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Plans For ‘Mega Man’ Movie Reportedly Moving Forward

Tyler Lee July 19, 2017

Back in 2015, we heard reports that apparently 20th Century Fox and Capcom had plans to make a Mega Man movie. Fast forward to 2017 and nothing concrete has surfaced, but apparently that is set to change soon. In a report from The Hollywood Reporter, it seems that plans for the movie are now moving forward.

The report claims that Chernin Entertainment will be the one producing the movie, and that filmmakers Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman, who were behind the ‘Catfish’ documentary, will be the ones most likely to direct and write the film. It hasn’t been confirmed yet as negotiations are still in progress but are close to being finalized.

It has also been revealed that Heroes and Hawaii Five-0 star Masi Oka will be starring in the film, although exactly what role he will be playing remains to be seen. Mega Man is a video game that was introduced by Capcom back in 1987. Its popularity has since seen the franchise expand to comics and manga adaptations, as well as being featured in other games, like the Marvel VS Capcom mashups, and also Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros.

There is no word on when this Mega Man movie will be released, but judging by how things have yet to be finalized, there is a good chance that we might have to wait a while before we see it.

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Street Fighter IV Champion Edition For iOS Released

Tyler Lee July 13, 2017

If you’re looking to play a bit of Street Fighter on your phone, you might be interested to learn that Capcom has announced that Street Fighter IV Champion Edition is now available on iOS devices. The game is not free and will cost gamers $4.99, although the upside is that it looks like there are no in-app purchases, so what you see is what you get.

According to Capcom, “Take control of 25 world warriors and test your mettle against players from around the world. Street Fighter 4: Champion Edition perfects the winning gameplay formula by offering higher resolution graphics, three new characters (Poison, Ibuki and Dudley) wide screen support for newer iOS devices and a host of updates and refinements.”

Also we should point out the fact that it will be support for MFI controllers, meaning that if you’d rather play using physical controllers instead of virtual ones, you have that option. However take note that the controllers only work during gameplay itself, meaning that you won’t be able to use the controls during the menu selection process.

If this sounds like a game you wouldn’t mind getting your hands on, then head on over to the iTunes App Store for the details.

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Street Fighter IV Champion Edition For iOS Released

Tyler Lee July 13, 2017

If you’re looking to play a bit of Street Fighter on your phone, you might be interested to learn that Capcom has announced that Street Fighter IV Champion Edition is now available on iOS devices. The game is not free and will cost gamers $4.99, although the upside is that it looks like there are no in-app purchases, so what you see is what you get.

According to Capcom, “Take control of 25 world warriors and test your mettle against players from around the world. Street Fighter 4: Champion Edition perfects the winning gameplay formula by offering higher resolution graphics, three new characters (Poison, Ibuki and Dudley) wide screen support for newer iOS devices and a host of updates and refinements.”

Also we should point out the fact that it will be support for MFI controllers, meaning that if you’d rather play using physical controllers instead of virtual ones, you have that option. However take note that the controllers only work during gameplay itself, meaning that you won’t be able to use the controls during the menu selection process.

If this sounds like a game you wouldn’t mind getting your hands on, then head on over to the iTunes App Store for the details.

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Resident Evil: Revelations Release For PS4 And Xbox One Pushed Forward

Adnan Farooqui July 12, 2017


We’re accustomed to hearing about games being delayed but sometimes the opposite happens, it’s announced that a game is going to be released ahead of schedule. That’s precisely what Capcom has done today. Capcom has confirmed that Resident Evil: Revelations release for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in North America is going to take place earlier this originally promised.

Capcom had previously said that Resident Evil: Revelations would be released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this fall. The company has now confirmed that the game is going to be out for the aforementioned platforms in North America come August 31st.

Resident Evil: Revelations takes place between the events of Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 5. Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine, the protagonists of this series, are on a mission to stop a bioterrorist organization from laying ruin to the world with a rare virus.

The game is actually being re-released on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. This version has all of the game’s DLC and updated visuals at 1080p. Capcom also promises more environmental detail and improved creature movements.

All this and more should bring an entirely new dimension to the gameplay experience. Resident Evil: Revelations will be priced at $19.99 when it’s released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on August 31st.

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Capcom Explains Why Marvel VS Capcom: Infinite Has No X-Men

Tyler Lee June 30, 2017

If you’ve played any of those arcade game mashups like Marvel VS Capcom, or Marvel VS Street Fighter, if there is pretty much one staple is that they feature characters from the X-Men universe. Granted not every single one of them, but usually with the likes of Wolverine, Cyclops, Storm, Magneto, and so on.

However in the recently announced Marvel VS Capcom: Infinite, X-Men characters are missing from the roster and if you’re wondering why, the game’s producers have explained the reason why in a recent interview with GameSpot. One of the producers, Pete Rosas, states that from he believes that why some players want certain X-Men characters is for their in-game ability.

According to Rosas, “If you were to actually think about it, these characters are just functions. They’re just doing things. Magneto, case and point, is a favorite because he has eight-way dash and he’s really fast, right? So our more technical players, all they want to do is triangle jump and that kind of stuff. Well guess what, Nova can do the same thing, Captain Marvel can do the same thing. Ultron can do the same thing.”

The game’s other producer Michael Evans adds that it has to do with popularity, especially in more modern times when we’re starting to see more Marvel movies being made, such as Black Panther or Captain Marvel (who will be getting her own movie). According to Evans, “Captain Marvel may seem like a strange pick, but she’s fantastic. She fits the gameplay. She fits the story, and they’re gonna be really pushing her as a strong female lead all the way up into the movie. We’re trying to take everything into account and choose the best characters.”

We suppose it is a pity to see that some classic characters won’t be returning, but who knows, it could still prove to be a very fun game. Marvel VS Capcom: Infinite is currently set for a release on the 19th of September.

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Resident Evil 2 Remake Will Be Released ‘Soon’

Tyler Lee June 19, 2017

Announced back in 2015, Capcom revealed that they would be launching a remake of Resident Evil 2, something that we’re sure fans of the franchise are pretty excited at the idea of. However fast forward to 2017, it’s been almost 2 years and there is still no sight of the game being released, so what’s the deal?

The good news is that Capcom has not forgotten about the game and that they will be releasing it soon. Speaking to Collider, one of the game’s programmers Hiroyuki Kobayashi said, “The only thing I can tell you is about something that’s already out in the public. Resident Evil 2, a remade version, the game, will be out from Capcom soon.”

Exactly what “soon” means is anyone’s guess, whether it be a couple of weeks, a couple of months, or maybe even next year, all of which could mean “soon” depending on who you speak to. However we’re hoping that it won’t take so long, and given that E3 has since passed us by, it probably means that the game’s release might be announced at a different platform.

For example there is Gamescom coming up and the PlayStation Experience, so we guess those are platforms that Capcom could announce the game’s release at, assuming that they don’t do so before then. Until then gamers will just have to wait.

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Nintendo Switch Version Of Monster Hunter XX Not Coming To The West

Tyler Lee June 14, 2017

Many have praised Nintendo’s E3 presentation this year because the company unveiled quite a few major titles that would be coming to the Switch. In fact many gamers appeared to celebrate when Capcom announced that Monster Hunter XX would be arriving on the Switch, but it looks like gamers are about to be disappointed.

In a report from GameSpot, Capcom has confirmed to the publication that there are no plans to bring a localized version of Monster Hunter XX for the Switch to the west. What this means is that while Monster Hunter fans in Japan will be able to celebrate with the game, that can’t be said for gamers who are living stateside or pretty much anywhere else that isn’t Japan.

Now there is a silver lining to this, and that is if you recall, the Nintendo Switch is not region-locked. This means that creating a Nintendo eShop account in Japan will only take gamers a couple of minutes to setup, and from there they’ll be able to get their hands on the game. The only downside is that the game will still be in Japanese, but if your command of the language is passable, or if you don’t mind relying on translations, then that’s one way of getting around this.

Capcom had also announced Monster Hunter World, but unfortunately that game is not destined for the Switch and instead will be launching on the PS4, Xbox One, and the PC. We’re hoping that Capcom will change their minds with regards to a localized version of Monster Hunter XX, but until then gamers shouldn’t hold their breath.

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Capcom Announces New ‘Monster Hunter World’

Tyler Lee June 13, 2017

In case you thought that Monster Hunter XX for the Nintendo Switch would be the only Monster Hunter news we would be able to expect this year, think again. For fans of the franchise, you’ll be pleased to learn that Capcom has announced a new Monster Hunter game in the form of Monster Hunter World.

According to Capcom, “Monster Hunter: World delivers a seamless gameplay experience allowing players to move freely across map areas that comprise the living ecosystems and dynamically transition from day to night. The landscape and its diverse inhabitants play a critical role in each quest as players strategically use the surrounding environment including terrain, vegetation and wildlife to their advantage in battle or become hindered by the hazards they present.”

Capcom is also touting the game’s multiplayer feature where gamers can play together and complete quests. They even point out how this is the first Monster Hunter game that will let players from Japan play with other players around the world, and vice versa. “With flexible online multiplayer options and an accessible quest structure, players can tackle challenges alone or join up to three other hunters online for cooperative play. For the first time in the Monster Hunter series, players from Japan and the west can play together online, providing an expanded base of cooperative hunting companions.”

The game will be released across multiple platforms where it will arrive on the PS4 and Xbox One in early 2018, and it will also find its way onto the PC at a later date.

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Super Street Fighter V Rumored To Be In The Works

Tyler Lee June 9, 2017

We know that sometimes the Street Fighter franchise can be a bit confusing with the different titles, and the rumors of an upcoming Super Street Fighter V do not seem to be helping. In a post on Reddit by Rikurikumore, it seems that Capcom could be working on a new title based on the Street Fighter V game.

However the good news is that Capcom will not be releasing it as a standalone game. Instead the company is rumored to be releasing it as an update to Street Fighter V which will be free for  those who already own the base game, meaning that there won’t be two sets of players who own either Street Fighter V or Super Street Fighter V.

This seems to be in line with the company’s statement from before in which they stated that they have no plans to fragment the current player base, which is a good idea if they’re hoping to consolidate the competitive gaming scene. As for what’s going to be included in the game, apparently we can expect a UI overhaul, Arcade Mode, an Extra Battle mode, a PvE mode, new critical arts, and improved mechanics.

No word on when the game will be released (if the rumors are true), but if it is to be announced at the conclusion of the Capcom Cup later this year, we’re guessing we’ll probably be seeing it in 2018 at the earliest, but do take it with a grain of salt for now.

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Super Street Fighter V Rumored To Be In The Works

Tyler Lee June 9, 2017

We know that sometimes the Street Fighter franchise can be a bit confusing with the different titles, and the rumors of an upcoming Super Street Fighter V do not seem to be helping. In a post on Reddit by Rikurikumore, it seems that Capcom could be working on a new title based on the Street Fighter V game.

However the good news is that Capcom will not be releasing it as a standalone game. Instead the company is rumored to be releasing it as an update to Street Fighter V which will be free for  those who already own the base game, meaning that there won’t be two sets of players who own either Street Fighter V or Super Street Fighter V.

This seems to be in line with the company’s statement from before in which they stated that they have no plans to fragment the current player base, which is a good idea if they’re hoping to consolidate the competitive gaming scene. As for what’s going to be included in the game, apparently we can expect a UI overhaul, Arcade Mode, an Extra Battle mode, a PvE mode, new critical arts, and improved mechanics.

No word on when the game will be released (if the rumors are true), but if it is to be announced at the conclusion of the Capcom Cup later this year, we’re guessing we’ll probably be seeing it in 2018 at the earliest, but do take it with a grain of salt for now.

Super Street Fighter V Rumored To Be In The Works , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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