Tag Archive: Capcom

Jun 16 2014

NEWS: Yoshinori Ono Resigns from Capcom’s Vancouver Office

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Long-time producer of the Street Fighter series, Yoshinori Ono, has now resigned from Capcom’s Vancouver office. Ono made the announcement via Twitter,  stating “I resigned from the director position about CAPCOM Vancouver. Thanks good staff of CAPCOM Vancouver, and Dead Rising staff!” As Ono was also working on the upcoming PS4 title, Deep Down, it …

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Feb 15 2014

NEWS: Resident Evil: Revelations Celebrates Valentine’s Day

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Capcom is celebrating the day of love by helping you destroy the living-dead even easier than ever! From now until February 28th, players can pick up five Raid Mode items for free. The codes for these items and their full descriptions can be found here. For those who just need to know, here are the …

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Sep 27 2013

NEWS: Deep Down on PS4 Will be Free to Play

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  The Tokyo Game Show was certainly a feast for the gaming senses, and some very interesting news came out about Capcom’s Deep Down, a game we first saw during Sony’s PS4 announcement. The biggest announcement made, in my opinion, is the fact that this game is going to be free to play. I think …

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Dec 07 2012

Dancing Mad: The Best Depictions of Insanity in Videogames

Vass: A complete psycho, utterly deranged, and the subject of droves of erotic fantiction over the sprawl of the Internet.

Villains and heroes are so easily set into their ways, but the ideas of alignment and morality start to lose their meaning when you throw someone at them who belongs in a straitjacket. Video games are a medium where the insane can be commonplace and rather encouraged within the main populace, so it is not …

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Nov 28 2012

Crisis on Infinite Titles: Compilation Games and their Future

Kinda like this, but with a lot less iconic character death. I don't want to imagine Yoshi being carted off like that..Wait..Damn my brain.

Seems everyone has to have their special beat-em-up involving all their big mascots. Playstation feels that having Ratchet and Jak duking it out with Kratos will pull fans back in when they’re missing a favored bandicoot, and the independent community already tried this once already, but everyone couldn’t get along. Nintendo beat everyone to the …

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Jun 12 2012

FaceboAGHHH: The Most Socially-Capable Horrors to Mankind

Don't worry. He only wants to say hi. He's not gonna bite; give him a hug.

So, we know why we run away from those that wish to kill us. Namely, most of them want to rip out our spleen and wrench out the blood for their sausages which they made out of our intestines for their upcoming barbecue. There’s another reason we’re not quite prepared to swallow; we’re afraid of …

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May 16 2012

Time for A Change: The Quality Ratings System

Super Mario Bros (Special): +8 Worlds, +25% Bottomless Pits, Average Difficulty

Actually this is kind of confusing, can we go back to stars?

Jun 09 2011

Let’s Analyze: Megaman’s Support Network – Watch your IT Pro cry.

IT isn’t the most generous or well-paying position, but one would have to think survival matters a big deal. Megaman can’t hope to do all of this on his own. While the robotic guy certainly may fight the eight Robot Masters every time and take on everything else under the sun in the pursuit of …

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May 24 2011

The Top 5 Glossed-Over Powerups

  Let’s face it, people; as gamers, we tend to be a picky lot. In terms of the games we play, the consoles we get, and the peripherals we decide to use, we have our favorites as a species as members of a defined culture niche. This goes even further as we get into the …

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May 05 2011

Videogame Music: Counting Down 4 Lovely Games with Chiptunes

For the moment, we will be taking a break from the electronic representation of leadership and political representation; things in the real world political scheme are turning rather heavy with rebellions and deaths, and I think we need a break…at least until next week. Don’t worry though, that in-depth discussion and analysis will be replaced …

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