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Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers Trailer Released

Tyler Lee May 19, 2017

If you love fighting games, there will be some options that will be coming to the Nintendo Switch, such as Arms and Super Smash Bros. However if those games are a little too cute for your tastes and you wanted something more “serious”, then Capcom’s Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers might be worth looking forward to.

For those unfamiliar, the game is an upcoming release for the Nintendo Switch where it is essentially an updated version of Super Street Fighter II Turbo that was originally released back in 1994. Now thanks to a recently released trailer, gamers can look forward to checking out some gameplay footage where the video shows off the game’s graphics modes, where users can switch between old school pixelated graphics or the new HD ones.

In addition to the updated graphics, the game will also introduce a new mode called “Way of the Hado” which is a first-person mode that feels rather novel, although admittedly it also looks quite fun, especially if shooting Hadoukens is always something that you’ve dreamt of doing since you were a kid.

Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers is set for a release on the 26th of May, 2017. In the meantime you can check out some of the gameplay footage in the video above.

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Capcom Aims To Sell 10 Million Units Of Resident Evil 7

Tyler Lee May 18, 2017

Capcom’s plans to revisit Resident Evil’s horror roots with Resident Evil 7 was a good call as many have reacted positively to the latest installment of the game. Last we heard, they had managed to ship over 2.5 million copies of the game at launch, and now Capcom is aiming even higher.

During a recent Q&A the company had with its investors, it seems that Capcom is ultimately hoping that they will be able to sell as many as 10 million units of the game. The company states that they believe that they’d had a pretty solid start, and based on previous sales of older Resident Evil titles, they believe Resident Evil 7 could hit the 10 million mark.

Capcom writes, “The lifecycle for games is growing longer, driven by ongoing digital sales; as a result, Resident Evil 4, 5 and 6 have each sold more than 7.5 to 10 million units cumulatively (including catalog and re-release sales). As such, we will work to achieve 10 million cumulative lifetime unit sales for Resident Evil 7 as well.”

However it has been noted that none of the Resident Evil titles have yet to hit that mark, with the best-seller of the franchise being Resident Evil 5 which managed 7.2 million copies. That being said, Resident Evil 7 is still fairly new so perhaps there is a chance Capcom could hit those figures, so we’ll be keeping our eyes peeled for more updates if there are any.

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Resident Evil Revelations Xbox One, PS4 Gameplay Trailer Released

Tyler Lee May 16, 2017

A couple of months ago back in March, Capcom announced that they will be bringing Resident Evil Revelations onto the PS4 and Xbox One. The game was originally designed for the Nintendo 3DS before it was eventually ported onto the PC, the PS3, Xbox 360, and the Wii U, and if you’re wondering what the game will look like, you’re in luck.

Resident Evil Revelations was released in 2012 which means that it is considered somewhat dated by now. However given that it will be brought onto the PS4 and Xbox One, obviously certain upgrades in the graphics department had to be made, and now thanks to gameplay trailers released for both platforms, we can have a look at what to expect.

The game itself will remain largely the same but as you can tell from the trailer, it looks a little different from its predecessor, but we suppose in a good way. The game has currently been pegged for a release in Japan come 31sth of August, but at the moment there is no mention of when it will be released in North America or Europe, save for a vague timeframe of Autumn 2017.

There is also mention of whether or not it will be released for the Nintendo Switch, given that it found its way onto the Wii U, so we guess maybe Switch gamers shouldn’t hold their breaths for now.

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Possible Second Mega Man Legacy Collection In The Works

Tyler Lee April 29, 2017

In an industry which is constantly pushing the boundaries of gameplay and graphics, we’re sure that there are quite a few gamers who might be worried about some of their favorite classic titles from back in the day disappearing into oblivion. However the good news for Mega Man fans is that Capcom could be looking to preserve the collection.

Back in 2015 we saw the publisher launch the Mega Man Legacy Collection which basically collected Mega Man 1-6. Now according to a report from Gematsu, it seems that a second Mega Man Legacy Collection could be in the works, thanks to a sighting at the Korean Game Ratings Board.

The board has suggested that Capcom could be applying for what is known as the “Rockman Legacy Collection 2”, which for those unfamiliar is another name for Mega Man depending on which country you’re from. The listing suggests that it would collect Mega Man titles from 7-10, and it will be available for the PS4, Xbox One, and the PC.

Capcom has yet to officially confirm the new collection, but the listing on the ratings board certainly suggests that it could come eventually. Not to mention it makes sense following the release of the first legacy collection, but we’ll keep our eyes peeled and hopefully Capcom will have more details to share soon or maybe at E3 2017.

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Marvel VS Capcom: Infinite Predicted To Sell 2 Million Units

Tyler Lee April 29, 2017

Capcom has recently confirmed that its next arcade fighting mashup game Marvel VS Capcom: Infinite will be seeing a release on the 19th of September, 2017. So far from what we can tell from the various trailers, the game looks great and if you’ve enjoyed the previous mashups, then this could be worth looking forward to.

In fact Capcom seems to be pretty optimistic about how well the game will do. In the company’s latest financials, they have predicted that they will be able to sell as many as 2 million copies of the game. This is rather ambitious especially when you consider the the company’s Street Fighter V only managed to sell 1.5 million copies in its first year.

However to be fair, Street Fighter V was not launched for the Xbox One platform, meaning that there is an entire gaming audience that Capcom did not cater to. Marvel VS Capcom: Infinite on the other hand is expected to be launched on the PS4, Xbox One, and the PC, so it is possible that it could hit its target.

It remains to be seen if the title will do as well as Capcom hopes, but we’ll just have to wait until its release to find out. In the meantime are any of our readers looking forward to the game?

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Marvel VS Capcom: Infinite Will Be Released September 19

Tyler Lee April 25, 2017

If you love mashups in video games like the Marvel VS Capcom series, or Street Fighter X Tekken, then you might have heard that last year, the latest title in the Marvel VS Capcom series was announced in the form of Marvel VS Capcom: Infinite. The game was set for a release in 2017, and now we have a specific date to look forward to.

In a post on the Capcom website, the company has confirmed that the title will be released on the 19th of September, 2017. According to Capcom, “As exciting as our prior Marvel vs. Capcom fighting games have been, we’ve never seen a true fusion of the two iconic universes. Yes, heroes and villains crossed the stream, so to speak, but did we ever truly see the worlds collide? In Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, not only will combatants from both sides be hurled into chaos, but they’ll also be hounded by the game’s titanic new threat – Ultron Sigma, a fusion of two of the most menacing mechanoids from the Marvel and Capcom universes.”

Capcom has also announced additions to the roster of characters which will include Ultron, Hulk, Thor, Hawkeye, Rocket Raccoon, Chun-Li, Strider Hiryu, and Chris Redfield. They have also announced that they will be taking pre-orders today where there will be three different versions of the game that gamers can pre-order.

The standard version pre-order is priced at $60 and will also include Warrior Thor and Evil Ryu Premium Costumes. There is also the Deluxe Edition priced at $90 which will include the two costumes mentioned above, along with Gladiator Hulk and Command Mission X, and the 2017 Character Pass that will grant players access to 6 post-launch characters.

Last but not least is the Collector’s Edition priced at $200 which will also come with four interlinking dioramas from the TriForce, LED-powered Infinity Stones, and a Deluxe Edition copy of the game.

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Resident Evil 7’s ‘Not A Hero’ DLC Has Been Delayed

Tyler Lee April 25, 2017

Not too long ago the folks at Capcom announced that they were working on a free DLC called “Not A Hero” that would be released for Resident Evil 7. If you hate the idea of paying for DLCs then no doubt this freebie sounds rather appealing. It was also originally scheduled for a release in the spring, but that may no longer be happening.

In the video above, the development team for Resident Evil 7 announced that the DLC will be delayed as it would not be able to meet the spring launch window. According to the team, they claim that the DLC’s quality was not good enough to meet the high expectations of gamers, especially following the launch of the game which was met with high amounts of praise.

We suppose this is a bit of a bummer since we’re sure that many gamers were looking forward to it. The DLC would have featured Resident Evil alum Chris Redfield who will be on his own adventure in the main game. That being said, there is no mention as to when the DLC will be released but we guess better it be delayed and polished, as opposed to releasing poor quality content that would simply marre the good experience of Resident Evil 7.

We’ll be keeping our eyes peeled for when a new release date has been announced.

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Resident Evil 7’s ‘Not A Hero’ DLC Has Been Delayed

Tyler Lee April 25, 2017

Not too long ago the folks at Capcom announced that they were working on a free DLC called “Not A Hero” that would be released for Resident Evil 7. If you hate the idea of paying for DLCs then no doubt this freebie sounds rather appealing. It was also originally scheduled for a release in the spring, but that may no longer be happening.

In the video above, the development team for Resident Evil 7 announced that the DLC will be delayed as it would not be able to meet the spring launch window. According to the team, they claim that the DLC’s quality was not good enough to meet the high expectations of gamers, especially following the launch of the game which was met with high amounts of praise.

We suppose this is a bit of a bummer since we’re sure that many gamers were looking forward to it. The DLC would have featured Resident Evil alum Chris Redfield who will be on his own adventure in the main game. That being said, there is no mention as to when the DLC will be released but we guess better it be delayed and polished, as opposed to releasing poor quality content that would simply marre the good experience of Resident Evil 7.

We’ll be keeping our eyes peeled for when a new release date has been announced.

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Next Resident Evil Could Be Very Different From Resident Evil 7

Tyler Lee April 13, 2017

When Capcom released Resident Evil 7, the game was met with a lot of positive reviews namely because it seems that Capcom has returned to the game’s survival horror roots. However if you were hoping that the next Resident Evil title will follow in the footsteps of Resident Evil 7, you might be disappointed.

In the latest “Make of” video for Resident Evil 7 that was released today, the game’s executive producer Jun Takeuchi revealed that the studio is already thinking of the future and how they might evolve the Resident Evil franchise. “In the next few years, technology will continue to advance and what players want may also change, but we will always want to create horror experiences where the characters overcome a difficult situation.”

Takeuchi goes on to add, “Plans for the next title are already in motion and, when you see that game, you may find that it is very different from Resident Evil 7 in some ways, while still retaining that core survival horror concept of people overcoming the odds. Resident Evil will always retain that essence.”

Different might not necessarily be a bad thing, although we guess it remains to be seen how Capcom will pull that off. In any case we still have no idea when the next Resident Evil title will be released so until then, gamers will just have to remain patient. In the meantime how do you guys think Capcom should evolve the Resident Evil franchise?

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