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Today, Capcom announced that the 3D Edition of Street Fighter IV has shipped one million copies worldwide. While that figure refers to the number of units they’ve sent to retailers, as opposed to how many copies sold, it definitely means they’re off to a good start. It’s nice to see that Capcom is throwing their support behind Nintendo’s newest handheld right out of the gate.

They’re not stopping there though, Mega Man Legends 3, Resident Evil: Revelations, and Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D are still in the pipeline for 3DS releases. Capcom fanboys and 3DS owners sure have plenty to look foward to in the near future.

[Via Industry Gamers]

  1. avatar Ferahtsu

    Capcom has always been a strong supporter of Nintendo handhelds. I remember fondly the Mega Man Zero series

  2. avatar Bolo

    “It’s nice to see that Capcom is throwing their support behind Nintendo’s newest handheld right out of the gate.” subjective. ;) Real talk, I’m excited about RE Mercenaries, not convinced enough to buy a 3DS yet. Maybe if it would massage my shoulders while charging.

  3. avatar Abdullah

    it just seems like it cause i still play it and you can’t but it really seems like it cause you move ftaser than chris so if you don’t wanna shoot cause its getting crunching around there then run trun around and blow them apart

  4. avatar Fese

    Good to see a tanelt at work. I can’t match that.

  5. avatar Sunday

    fanboy and Android. I think youre both desperately ciuhctlng at straws here. ME3 isnt an awful game by any means, but I do think that it’s been given very biased reviews that certainly were influenced by advertising. In fact Im certain that almost every big game is a bought review these days on majority of sites. COD dlc pack gets 9/10 after a month of adverts on every page and video on EG , theres a suprise???Neither is it a game of the year, at least not in the public’s eyes. The reaction to it generally has been that of disappointment, especially after ME2. This time it’s all glitz and jazz, but the substance is missing it seems, at least for those that were fans of original and me2. Im personally just getting into me2 at moment at second attempt, and it’s amazing, although flawed no doubt, but Im loving the setting and stories, but then I couldnt get into skyrim because combat was awful, and this whilst not perfect is distinct improvement over that. I also wasnt really that interested in skyrim setting tbh. Youre both entitled to opinion, but both arguments seem a little polarised tbh, with neither really offering a balanced view.VN:R_U [1.9.17_1161](from 2 votes)

  6. avatar Faisal

    You may be right about being the end of games on disc seeing as most cosenlos now are more towards downloads anyway. I still find it sad to see any company going bust.[EDIT by APH (4th April 2012, 11:39 am BST): Links removed]

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