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Street Fighter 2 on Switch Gets First-Person Hadoken Mode

Street Fighter 2 on Switch Gets First-Person Hadoken Mode Capcom threw fighting game fans a curveball last month when it announced Ultra Street Fighter 2: The Final Challengers would come to the Nintendo Switch in 2017.Now, it turns out that Capcom isn’t quite done using Street Fighter 2 to surprise people.

Resident Evil 7 Producer Explains Why Characters Have Perfect Teeth

Resident Evil 7 Producer Explains Why Characters Have Perfect Teeth Without a doubt, many fans would agree that Resident Evil 7 contains lots of gross and grotesque imagery, with the title potentially being one of the goriest and most bloody games released in recent memory.So, while a lot of people have certainly been focused on the carnage to be found in Resident Evil 7, there are others who have noticed amid the wretched decay and butchery around almost every corner, that all of the game’s characters have somehow managed to keep up perfect dental hygiene.

Resident Evil 7 Banned Footage Vol. 2 DLC Available Now for PS4

Resident Evil 7 Banned Footage Vol. 2 DLC Available Now for PS4 Following the release of the first batch of post-launch DLC – titled Banned Footage Vol.Titled Banned Footage Vol.

Resident Evil 7 Producer Explains How They Made The Game So Scary

Resident Evil 7 Producer Explains How They Made The Game So Scary In Resident Evil 7, encroaching enemies often lurch into the player’s personal space.But Resident Evil 7 is more than guts and blood: it’s also game about space, about feeling anxiety in creaking floorboards and tight hallways.

Resident Evil 7: How Capcom Made the Game Scary

Resident Evil 7: How Capcom Made the Game Scary Whereas the last few Resident Evil games have favored action over horror, the latest entry in the long-running series, Resident Evil 7, returned the franchise to its horror roots.Perhaps even more than the original games, Resident Evil 7 actively tries to scare players at every turn, and Capcom producer Masachika Kawata recently discussed how the RE7 team made the game so scary.

Why Arcades Haven't Died In Japan

Why Arcades Haven't Died In Japan As The Financial Times reports in a recent piece on Japanese arcades, there were 44,000 of them during their mid-1980s heyday.Since many Japanese game makers got their start in arcades, that connection remains strong.

This Kick-Butt Street Fighter Statue Will Cost You $500

This Kick-Butt Street Fighter Statue Will Cost You $500 Joining this group is a piece of Street Fighter merchandise – and boy, does it come with a steep price-tag.Toy company Pop Culture Shock Collectibles unveiled a new figurine for Street Fighter‘s Ken Masters, which fans can purchase for $500 USD.

Dino Crisis Reboot Almost Came from Capcom Vancouver

Dino Crisis Reboot Almost Came from Capcom Vancouver According to NeoGAF user Jawmuncher, Capcom gave Capcom Vancouver, the studio behind the Dead Rising games, the chance to reboot Dino Crisis or work on an action-RPG called Knights of Aegis.So, will the world ever see a new Dino Crisis game?

Nintendo Switch: Ultra Street Fighter 2 Shows off First Person Mode

Nintendo Switch: Ultra Street Fighter 2 Shows off First Person Mode That’s exactly what the studio is doing when it comes to the Nintendo Switch, which has an enhanced version of Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo in development for it called Ultra Street Fighter 2: The Final Challengers.This mode, which uses 3D graphic instead of the typical Street Fighter 2 art style, sees players fighting off enemies with uppercuts, punches, and even hadokens.

Deep Down Trademarked by Capcom Again

Deep Down Trademarked by Capcom Again Now, it seems as if Capcom could be planning something for Deep Down, for the video game publisher and developer just recently filed for another trademark in the United States for the title.As one should expect, both the filing from 2013 and from 2017 are identical in terms of language used in the documents, allowing Capcom to still hold onto the trademark.

Capcom knows, ‘Deep Down,’ we still want its action-RPG, renews trademark

Capcom knows, ‘Deep Down,’ we still want its action-RPG, renews trademark The game has remained essentially missing in action since then, but it appears that the project is still in development, as Capcom renewed a trademark on the name.Filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office on February 9, Capcom chose to renew its trademark on the name “Deep Down,” and it is listed as “computer game software” on the office’s website.

Resident Evil 7 Was the Best-Selling Game in January

Resident Evil 7 Was the Best-Selling Game in January With the switch to a first-person perspective, some considered Resident Evil 7 a risky proposition for Capcom.However, it appears as though Capcom’s gamble on its flagship survival-horror franchise paid off, as the NPD Group has revealed that Resident Evil 7 was the best-selling PS4 and Xbox One game last month, and the best-selling video game software overall for January 2017.

Street Fighter II's M. Bison Loses To... A Toyota

Street Fighter II's M. Bison Loses To... A Toyota I beat he could kick some Prius ass.In Toyota’s latest C-HR ad, the crossover makes its way through Street Fighter II and faces off with M.

Street Fighter 5 Video Shows Off Kolin’s Moveset

Street Fighter 5 Video Shows Off Kolin’s Moveset About a couple of weeks ago, Capcom officially unveiled that it will be adding Kolin to the roster of its fighting game Street Fighter 5 as a playable character at the end of this month on February 28, 2017.With her debut in the fifth installment in the long-running series set for next week, Capcom has decided to give fans of the game a better idea of how Kolin will do battle with a brand new video that displays her moveset against some of the other combatants in Street Fighter 5.

Street Fighter 5 Mod Fixes Long Load Times

Street Fighter 5 Mod Fixes Long Load Times Fortunately for Street Fighter 5 enthusiasts, one player did some handiwork to develop and unveil a mod that extinguishes that very frustration.In a video posted on TOOLASSISTED’s YouTube channel, the Street Fighter 5-modding vigilante demonstrates the power of the mod.

Resident Evil 7 Guide: How to Beat the ‘Daughters’ Tape

Resident Evil 7 Guide: How to Beat the ‘Daughters’ Tape 2 DLC for Resident Evil 7, Capcom has added a couple of new VHS tapes for players to complete.One is called “Daughters,” and it stars Zoe Baker years before Ethan Winters ever made it to the Baker family plantation in the main game.

Resident Evil 7 Guide: How to Beat the ‘Bedroom’ Tape

Resident Evil 7 Guide: How to Beat the ‘Bedroom’ Tape Released with the first volume of Resident Evil 7‘s Banned Footage DLC, the “Bedroom” tape offers some new story elements as well as a complicated puzzle for players to solve.Besides simply getting to the end of the DLC, the Bedroom tape in Resident Evil 7 has an additional task for players to complete.

'Street Fighter V' is heading to TBS with $250,000 ELeague invitational

'Street Fighter V' is heading to TBS with $250,000 ELeague invitational The ELeague Street Fighter V Invitational is running from the end of March to the end of May, with semi-regular live broadcasts on TBS Friday nights, including the final stages and championship match May 26.Along with CS:GO, ELeague ran one of the first major Overwatch tournaments in 2016, the $300,000 Overwatch Open, also broadcast on TBS and Twitch.

Resident Evil 7 Not a Hero DLC Will Star Familiar Character

Resident Evil 7 Not a Hero DLC Will Star Familiar Character Although Resident Evil 7 focuses on a new location and new characters for the most part, Capcom is preparing to offer some franchise fan service by bringing a fan-favorite character back into the narrative.This spring’s Not A Hero Resident Evil 7 DLC will feature the comeback of Chris Redfield.

'Street Fighter V' commentators' sound effects save the day after audio cuts out

'Street Fighter V' commentators' sound effects save the day after audio cuts out As Street Fighter V competitors Bryant "Smug" Huggins and Arturo "Sabin" Sanchez were trading blows in a Next Level Battle Circuit match Wednesday, the game's audio cut out, leaving commentators Michael "IFC Yipes" Mendoza and Francis "Lee Chung" Lee Chong with quite a bit of silence to fill.So the duo started dishing out their own sound effects.