Resident Evil 4 recently jumped to the PS2 platform, bringing one of the best action horror games ever created to a totally new audience.
Legend of Kay has you battling rats, gorillas and alligators though the eyes of a hero cat. Its fun for almost any age.
Reliving the glory days of the arcade seems to be gaining in popularity by leaps and bounds, and Capcom Classics lives up to the white hot genre.
While combining a fighting game with an RPG sounds really cool, Beatdown is just not the way to get it done.
Darkwatch is one of the best shooters to grace either the PS2 or Xbox. Diverse levels, an interesting plot and plenty of undead splattering make this a wild ride.
Mostly pinball games don’t mix well with computer games, but for Flipnic, an exception can be made.
Haunting Ground is a survival horror game where your best chance of living is not learning how to fight, but how to hide.
Prepare to fall in love. She’s sassy, can strut her stuff on the dance floor and doesn’t look too bad in a skin-tight outfit either – always handy when fighting enemy security droids. Her name is Vanessa Schneider and she just happens to be a freelance mercenary and robot killer rolled into one. That’s a very good thing when you’ve just been hired to tackle an out of control security system on a distant planet. PNO3, which stands for Product Number 3 is one of Capcom’s latest offerings for GameCube. This is a third person shooter without much of a … Continue reading Dancing Them Into Submission
Capcom has been on a roll lately. In the past several months alone, three titles have been released. First of all, we have the impressive anime mech-style Tech Romancer, the long awaited Street Fighter 3, and the much anticipated sequel to Marvel Vs. Capcom. I had a chance to try out all these titles, but for the time being I wanted to review SF3 and MVC2 because over the last few years, since the days of X-Men back in 1994, there has been a heated debate. On one side of the argument, you have the Street Fighter series that has … Continue reading Capcom loads titles on Sega Dreamcast