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
Time to pull those Devil Triggers! The smokin’ sexy stylish Devil May Cry 5 is available worldwide starting today for the Xbox One family of devices including Xbox One X, PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system, and PC. This latest entry in the over-the-top action series drops you into the battleground of a new demonic invasion where humanity’s last hope rests in the hands of three demon hunters: Nero, Dante and newcomer V. Each has a radically different combat play style and arsenal to draw from and, as always, style counts. Experience the thrilling culmination of the Sons of Sparda saga … Continue reading Devil May Cry 5 Blasts To Stores
Back in 1998, Resident Evil 2 was the ultimate in horror gaming. And now, 21 years later, the remake proves two things. First, Resident Evil 7 wasn’t just a lucky fluke. And secondly, that Resident Evil still rules as the king of zombie horror.
Capcom, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games, today announced the hotly anticipated reimagining of the horror classic Resident Evil 2 is now available in North America and Europe. This retelling of the survival horror masterpiece was built from top to bottom using Capcom’s proprietary RE Engine, delivering breathtakingly realistic visuals, chilling sound design, an over-the-shoulder perspective, and modernized controls. This 2019 release offers a deeply immersive and terrifying account of the Raccoon City outbreak through the eyes of two of the franchise’s most beloved characters. Resident Evil 2 is available in both physical and digital formats for … Continue reading Horror Remade: Resident Evil 2 Now Available
Perennial favorite Monster Hunter creeps onto the Nintendo Switch with Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate. Players will find themselves fighting increasingly large and dangerous creatures, while also grinding out new armor and equipment. It all takes place on the Switch in an exciting and seemingly endless world.
This week Billy is subbing out a Time Waster review to look at the new Mega Man 11 Demo and share some of his thoughts on it.
Jordan can’t quite get over how weird Leon and Claire look in the Resident Evil 2 remake. So he’s taken it upon himself to fix them.