Posts Tagged ‘Capcom’

Kick-o! Street Fighter V Adding Juri On Tuesday

This month’s Street Fighter V [official site] will launch on Tuesday, July 26th, Capcom have announced. The biggest addition is Juri joining the playable lineup, returning from Super Street Fighter IV. She’s already appeared in SFV through its Story Mode, released last month, but now everyone will get to kick faces as the Taekwondo expert (cheeky modders have enabled her earlier, mind). Here, this trailer shows some of her moves:

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Street Fighter V: Balrog Arrives In Story Mode On Friday

We already knew that Street Fighter V‘s ‘cinematic story mode’ would bring with it a few new characters, including the opportunity to play as them before they’re added to the wider game. Now we have a trailer that shows boxer Balrog in motion, alongside a very brief glimpse of characters Juri and Urien, who are also joining the game.

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Resident Evil Multiplayer Spin-Off Umbrella Corps Is Out

Umbrella Corps [official site] has arrived at a funny time for Resident Evil. Only last week, Capcom announced that they’re going back to poking around a spooky house in Resident Evil 7, this time in a first-person view. But right now, today, Capcom released Umbrella Corps, a multiplayer shooter spin-off about mercenaries shooting each other to bits in a zombiezones. I’ve heard a few folks say Umbrella Corps is actual fairly fun, but I find the contrast kinda funny. Or maybe I’m being over-optimistic about Capcom reining in Resident Evil. Could be that.

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Have You Played…Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen?

Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day of the year, perhaps for all time.

Just to get this one out of the way early, I love Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen [official site]. I can’t think of another game I was more excited to see liberated from its tortured existence on the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. But performance issues aside, Dragon’s Dogma was the kind of experiment I wish more companies would be willing to take—and from Capcom of all places!

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Resident Evil 7 Goes First-Person, Out January 2017

“Capcom has heard fans’ masochistic cries for a Resident Evil game far more terrifying than anything that has come before it,” said the publisher shortly after revealing Resident Evil 7 Biohazard [official site] during Sony’s E3 press conference yesterday. In what is a pretty radical step for the series, it seems this one’s fully first-person and “draws from the series’ roots of atmospheric survival horror,” so say its creators. Having watched the first 20 minutes of the ‘Beginning Hour’ demo, courtesy of the folks over at GameSpot, I’m not entirely convinced by that last part. Have a look for yourself and I’ll explain.

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Grrg Argg Gurg: Dead Rising 4 Announced For Win 10

Dead Rising 4 may not be a surprise for folks who keep their ears pressed to the rumour mill (watch yourself: the millstone will tear that right off), but now it’s official. Capcom’s silly open-world zombie monstermash is coming this holiday season, bringing back original protagonist Frank West and even the original setting of a mall in Willamette. Along with silly hats and weapons, it sounds like it’s going a bit Saints Row 4-y with supersuits. I can’t say I object to superpower silliness.

Here, check out the announcement trailer:

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Street Fighter V Story Mode Arrives End Of June

I will admit that my interest in this story mainly stemmed from the header image which I saw out of context and thought maybe there was a He-Man game about Skeletor having a clone army. BUT! it is infact the news that Street Fighter V [official site] is finally getting that promised story mode as a chunk of free DLC at the end of June for those who own the game:

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