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A new teaser site has gone live, specifically pimping the upcoming ‘new warrior’ for SF4, although not much is shown on the site except some stylish graphics.

Could it be the return of an old favourite, or a new character?


Frank West in T vs C screenshot

Now Wii owners REALLY have a reason to be excited: Frank West, the photographer/main character of Capcom’s Dead Rising, has been confirmed as a character in  the upcoming Wii-exclusive fighter Tatsunoko Vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars.

Hit the jump to see him in action!

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Zombies!  As!  Weapons!


2In a recent interview with Starship Troopers 3: Marauder and Surrogates actor, Boris Kodjoe, he gave the public some insight about the cast and storyline in the next franchise film, Resident Evil: Afterlife.

I don’t know how these films are still being made, but I guess the T-Virus is stronger than what we ever imagined. Read more… »

sagatCapcom teased us with allusions to a sequel for Street Fighter IV, but shockingly, it doesn’t take the form of another videogame.  It officially takes the form of a controller?  I guess they ran out of syntax combinations of using “Hyper” and “Turbo.” Read more… »

PlayStation 3 owners may be a little late to the party, but a demo of Lost Planet 2 will definitely be coming to PSN later next Thursday. To quell the many raging fanboys, Capcom has done the smart thing and thrown in some extra exclusives for the Sony demo. Suffice to say, these relentless, Lost Planet-hungry crowd should be rather pleased.

Head inside to find out what sort of digital chowder they’ll be playing next week. Read more… »


It’s been known for some time that Tatsunoko Vs Capcom, a crossover game in the vein of Marvel Vs. Capcom 2 featuring characters from the popular anime company – Tatsunoko – is being released in America. It has also been known that not all the characters from the Tatsunoko roster would make it into the game due to licensing issues. Lastly, we knew that the U.S release would see new characters from both the Capcom and Tatsunoko sides.

Well, yesterday, a member of the community at found something interesting at TvC‘s Japanese website – something interesting which inadvertently revealed all the new characters we’d be seeing in the stateside release.


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Okamiden, the new Okami game from Capcom, just got even cuter.  Capcom released its first trailer for the world to see at this year’s Tokyo Game Show.

Hit the jump to see it for yourself!


Developers GRIN were forced to close their doors earlier this week, stating that cash flow problems were the main reasons for their departure. Despite their less-than-stellar swan song videogame Terminator Salvation, the developers did craft numerous fine titles including Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter and the sexy Bionic Commando Rearmed.

Check for the details inside.

Capcom Xbox 360 Platinum Triple Pack

If you’ve missed any of these three games, you must have been living under a rock, or been one of the unfortunate ones to get the red ring. Luckily Capcom hopes to help you get caught up to speed with this triple pack that will have you gaming for hours to come.

Hit the jump to grab more details.



It seem another game has fallen victim to the delayed monster. This time it’s Airtight Games’ Dark Void that has been pushed back.

Originally set to arrive at the end of September, the jet pack fueled third-person shooter is now slated to hit sometime between January 1 and March 31, 2010. Read more… »


The long awaited and much aligned Marvel Vs Capcom 2 has finally hit the marketplace at a reasonably challenging 1200 MS points. Those of you who have been awaiting the day you would be able to play this arcade classic on a console with online support should start getting yourself to an XBox. Now.



Remember when Capcom said the “PSN date to be announced soon,” regarding Marvel vs. Capcom 2? Well, today Capcom made good on their promise by announcing that the super hero smack down will arrive August 13, two weeks after the Xbox 360 release.

Many suspect that the delayed PS3 release is due to a rumored retail pack. If the rumors are true, PS3 owners will have the option to pay $20, compared to the XBLA/PSN price tag of $15, for a DVD with exclusive wallpapers, an 8-page manual, one month of access to Marvel Digital Comics and 2,000 Capcom Unity points. Read more… »