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Last October, Capcom revealed that the team behind Resident Evil were focusing on creating games for virtual reality in addition to console games.Since Capcom said the aim of these VR games would be to create truly immersive horror experiences, this naturally lead folks to speculate that we would one day see a VR Resident Evil game.
Even though I write about them, I’m actually consistently terrible at playing video games.A wonderful, ecstatic sensation of bliss as I find myself this close to being a winner for once.
You know him, you love him, Hot Ryu.And now, for a mere $900, you can own a 1:3 scale version of the hunkiest version of Ryu around.
Street Fighter V might not have weather effects or time of day changes during battles, but this is something modders can fix quickly.Moddah played around with lighting and gave all the daytime stages a darker, nighttime look.
Street Fighter 5's real-money currency will not be ready in time for the launch of the game's first DLC character 'Alex' next week, Capcom has announced.To make up for it, the character will be given away to all players as a "free trial" until the functionality is introduced.
The Sega Saturn doesn’t get enough love.Peruse the list below, and go ahead and start feeling guilty for having forsaken the Saturn in favor of your fancy pants PlayStation.
An old face will be returning to Street Fighter V in the upcoming April updates
In the April update to Street Fighter V, Capcom has revealed that one of the most iconic characters from Street Fighter will be added to the roster.In addition to his usual moves, Sonic Boom and Somersault Kick, Guile will be getting Faultless Move, which means that he will keep his charge while moving forward in a crouched walk.
Back in February, Encinosa uploaded a photo to her Instagram, wishing everyone a Happy Valentine’s Day.That’s when folks noticed the Chun-Li similarities.
We’ve been hearing recently that Capcom has some pretty big things in the works, as it was announced yesterday that they are planning a “full-scale offensive” for the Resident Evil series this year.However, it looks like it won’t just be the Resident Evil series that will be making a splash during the next 12 months.
In an announcement that was teased earlier, Capcom is doing another collection of some classic games for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC: this time, it’s pulling from its history on the Nintendo Entertainment System with the Disney Afternoon Collection.99, the Disney Afternoon Collection features six NES-era 8-bit classics, updated with 1080p resolution and visuals, as well as “concept art, sketches, music, and other fun extras.
A couple of days ago, Capcom announced plans to re-release six of their most popular games from the 8-bit era, dubbed the Disney Afternoon Collection.The announcement was met with excitement, at first, but fans quickly noticed there no plans to bring the collection to the Nintendo Switch, despite all six of the games included having originally been released on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES).
Just this past December though, not only did we get the reveal of Marvel vs.There has been a call for a balancing patch for years and sadly that still isn’t happening, but a patch for the PC version is coming out regardless.