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Hiroyuki Kobayashi Teases Resident Evil 2 Remake

Although Resident Evil may not have had a presence at E3 2017, rumors have suggested that a remake of Resident Evil 2 was in the works. Earlier this week, a series of comments made by producer Hiroyuki Kobayashi hinted that a remake Resident Evil 2 was in the works. Could we see the remake a lot sooner than the rumored 2018 late release?

Disney Supposedly had Artists make Capcom Roster Ugly

There has been a few complaints flying around the internet about the weird looking character models in Marvel VS Capcom Infinite, a sequel to a game with extremely stylish presentation. Originally, I was under the impression these characters would look better in motion. However, a recent post from a supposed ex-employee of Capcom says otherwise on Reddit. Now, before I dive any more into this subj...[Read More]

Monster Hunter World Revealed as Multi-Platform

One of my favorite things from the past couple of years for E3 is going to the movie theater to watch the Sony press conference with my friends. We laughed, we clapped at likely inappropriate times, and we even made our own sound effects while the stream was having audio difficulties. The PlayStation Experience was a highlight of last year and this year was no different. To probably the confusion ...[Read More]

Disney Afternoon Collection Announced

Are you a fan of 1990s Disney cartoons? Do you remember when Disney decided to turn some of their minor characters into the stars of their own tv shows and games? Did you enjoy those shows and games? Well if the answer is yes then you are in luck because Capcom has announced that they will be releasing a collection of 1990s Disney games called the Disney Afternoon Collection.

Resident Evil 7 “Banned Footage” DLC Out Now for PS4

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard could be the return to form fans have been waiting for. It continues to score big with critics and many people have been enjoying its horror since it released. Personally, I’ve yet to try it myself, waiting patiently to pick it up for a review later on, but I’ve seen enough of it to know just how awesome this game is. For those already finished, the first set...[Read More]

Apollo Justice Comes to Android and iOS Devices

The fourth game in the stellar Ace Attorney series, Apollo Justice, has finally come to Android devices. Capcom has painstakingly remastered the original DS game to better fit the resolution and higher definitions of tablets and phones. For those who have already played the game, this and in-turn the IOS version are the best ways to appreciate the game. Also the new Android version will feature bo...[Read More]

Resident Evil 7 Updated Demo and Trailer

Resident Evil has always been at the forefront of horror since its debut as the first survival horror game, or at least the first to use the phrase. The last few entries in the main series have been lackluster to say the least, shying away from its horror roots in favor of action scenes, quick time events, and watering down favorite characters. For Resident Evil 7, all of that is going out the win...[Read More]

Marvel VS Capcom Infinite Coming in 2017

The rumors were true once again! I’m sure many companies are sniffing out these moles, but they certainly keep us journalists happy with all these secrets! Either way, Marvel VS Capcom is coming back in a big way with Marvel VS Capcom: Infinite, showing off four characters in a flashy trailer. A brief gameplay trailer was shown off as well.

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice Review

Phoenix Wright is a character that has earned his place in gaming, coming out of nowhere to be a unique character that has found his way into the expanded works of Capcom. Many may know him for his signature finger-pointing while shouting “Objection!”, but behind this rather simplistic lawyer is a standout series of games that take the visual novel genre and apply logical decision-maki...[Read More]

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice

In his newest entry, Phoenix Wright travels to the country of Khura'in, a place where lawyers are hated and trials are done through seance trials performed by the religious leader, Royal Priestess Rayfa, which are treated as absolute truth.

Monster Hunter Generations

Monster Hunter Generations continues the trend Capcom set long ago, making this entry another solid portable title that improves on the formula in various ways. Tons of epic new monsters to fight, plus many more ways to customize a hunter, makes Generations one of the most complex Monster Hunter games to date!

Monster Hunter Generations Review

While Capcom may have missed the mark with the past few Resident Evil games, focusing instead on remakes and re-releases, and there hasn’t been a new Megaman game in quite some time, there is one franchise that Capcom continues to shine with, Monster Hunter. Monster Hunter is essentially a game of boss fights in which the player is sorely outmatched as the creatures are massive forces of nat...[Read More]

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