This week our intrepid Save State Gamer, Vincent Mahoney, enjoys his quarantine with some classic games and collections. This week, he tackles The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky and the Mega Zero ZX Legacy Collection.
Gear up, PC hunters! Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, the critically acclaimed massive expansion to Capcom’s best-selling Monster Hunter: World, is now available globally for PC players on Steam. Also currently available on PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One family of devices, including Xbox One X, Iceborne builds on every aspect of Monster Hunter: World by offering an enormous amount of new content. Featuring a new storyline, Iceborne hunters can explore an icy new locale called Hoarfrost Reach, which progressively expands to become the largest region in the game thus far and is home to the mysterious new Elder Dragon Velkhana. … Continue reading Monster Hunter World Iceborne Comes to PC
Capcom has been extremely supportive of the Monster Hunter franchise. The official Iceborne DLC is rolling out to yet another platform, but new items and content are released all the time. Our reviewer Matt Jones goes over the state of Monster Hunter so far.
Stylishly Slay the Seven Hells army and experience the infamous demon-hunter Dante’s origin story in the fan-favorite stylish action game Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition, available for digital download on the Nintendo Switch system on February 20, 2020 for MSRP $19.99. Devil May Cry 3 serves as a prequel for the iconic action series, unfolding years before the original Devil May Cry with a younger version of Dante. This origin story explores the journey leading up to and culminating in Dante’s face-off against his twin brother, Vergil, who is set on unlocking a gate to the demonic realm. Dante … Continue reading Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition Coming To Nintendo Switch
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is the huge expansion to the core Monster Hunter World game. It features bigger monsters, longer hunts, better equipment and basically more of the same excellent crafting and fighting gameplay that makes the Monster Hunter series so special.
Capcom is looking to bring some game series back from the dead and it has plenty of options to do that with its large wealth of dormant IPs to choose from.
Capcom is finally releasing a physical version of Resident Evil 4 on the Nintendo Switch, but of course they just can’t get it right.
With E3 over, we mark the passing of the halfway point for 2019. And that means it’s time for Todd to evaluate the best, and the worst, games of the year so far. There is a still a lot of time left, and a huge holiday season, but these games are the front runners for the best and worst the year has offered.
Capcom is putting Devil May Cry on the Switch, but not as part of the HD Collection, and that isn’t their only recent blunder on the console. Why can’t Capcom ever get things right?
Capcom, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games, today announced a restructuring of its esports and media licensing business units. The new entity, dubbed Capcom Media Ventures (CMV), formed on March 1, 2019 and manages all of the company’s global esports initiatives outside of Japan including Capcom Pro Tour (CPT) and Street Fighter League (SFL) as well as Capcom’s entertainment licensing efforts. “Los Angeles has become a major hub for esports production and it’s one of the global centers of Street Fighter fandom,” said Midori Yuasa, CEO, Capcom Media Ventures. “Our presence in the city gives us intimate … Continue reading Capcom Combines Esports and Media Licensing Business