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Why do PC versions come after console games? Capcom explains.
Why do PC games often come out later than their console counterparts?
Resident Evil 6 confirmed by Capcom
As expected after all the hints, Capcom has confirmed that Resident Evil 6 is in development for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.
Blizzard North were developing PS2 Diablo title for Capcom
Author David Craddock, who has written a book on the history of Blizzard North, has been discussing the book project with Diablo: IncGamers in this week’s podcast.
In the Podcast David mentions that Blizzard North was in discussions with Capcom to create a new Diablo title for the Playstation 2 following the release of Diablo 2 on the PC around 2001 to 2003.
Inafune: Blame culture behind Capcom failures
Capcom’s former head of R&D launches a fresh attack on the publisher.
Capcom, Codemasters, Konami and Namco Bandai get set to join GAMEfest…
GAME, the UK’s leading games retailer and organisers of the UK’s newest consumer gaming show GAMEfest, is delighted to announce the addition of four more publishers, Capcom, Codemasters, Konami and Namco Bandai to the lineup of this year’s ultimate gaming event. Each publisher is set to showcase their most hotly anticipated titles of 2011 to GAMEfest customers, who will be getting hands on game play before anyone else in the country across an incredible 15 fantastic titles. Publisher Capcom will be showing a total of five new releases at the event, from the newest version of their 2D fighting game Street Fighter X Tekken to the third person shooter game, Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, which along with Dragon’s Dogma and Asura’s Wrath, will all be making its exclusive UK debut at GAMEfest. Warwickshire based Codemasters will be putting gamers driving skills to the test with the newest version of their fast paced Formula One game – F1 2011.
Capcom likes the PC
Russia, China, Korea and Brazil cited as catalysts to increasing PC output.
Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds Review
Intellecual property crossovers and convergences are nothing new. We’ve had Mortal Kombat square up against DC Comics, Aliens meeting Predators and the union of the Mario and Sonic universes.
However, when Capcom are involved things tend to be a little different. They treat the subject matter with a great deal of care, attention to detail and respect. This approach invariably leads to some wonderfully crafted and rightfully celebrated games. Games that are usually meet with cries of joy from the Kingdom of Geek as age old forum flame wars revolving around who would win a fight between Devil May Cry’s Dante and X-Men’s Magneto, or Street Fighter’s Ryu and Marvel’s Dr Doom, can finally be settled.
UK Charts – Black Ops Beats out Marvel vs Capcom
In this week’s UK game charts, Capcom’s Marvel vs Capcom which was released last Friday has not quite managed to beat out Call of Duty: Black Ops which once again retains the top spot.
Capcom To Unveil New Games In April
Capcom is expected to unveil two news games in April after it confirmed its Captivate media event is to return.
Capcom Aiming At Online Gaming, Digital Downloads, Mega Man
Capcom’s business plan for the upcoming financial year includes a greater focus on online gaming, and digital content delivery.Mention is made specifically of Mega Man Online – a game that may or may not be related to the suspicious trademarking of Mega Man Universe a little while back – which is apparently to be jointly developed with Neowiz Games Corporation of Korea.This is just one aspect of Capcom’s targeted increase in online gaming, though.
Frank West Coming To Everything, Says Capcom
Capcom’s Seth Killian has said that Frank West “will be making appearances in as many games” as Capcom can get him into.Speaking to Destructoid for their podcast, Capcom community man Seth Killian noted that we’ll definitely see more of everyone’s favourite zombie-killing photojournalist.”For better or for worse, [Capcom of] Japan has understood that ‘the west’ likes Frank.