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Capcom’s E3 presence will contain no playable Nintendo games

Capcom’s E3 presence will contain no playable Nintendo games

Although it may be best known for some of its graphically intensive game franchises on more powerful systems like the PS3 and Xbox 360, Capcom certainly has its hands in the Nintendo cookie jar. So there's no doubt that the publisher will have some titles for Nintendo's platforms to announce at next month's E3 trade show, but none of them will be playable.

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Capcom’s Resident Evil: Chronicles HD coming to PS3

Capcom’s Resident Evil: Chronicles HD coming to PS3

Fans of the Resident Evil franchise, or those who have always wanted to get into the series, will be just a click away from some horror thriller goodness this summer. Capcom has confirmed that Resident Evil: Chronicles HD will be making its way as a downloadable game for the PS3 in June. The download will include The Umbrella Chronicles and The Darkside Chronicles.

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Capcom putting Resident Evil 6 demo on Xbox 360 first

Capcom putting Resident Evil 6 demo on Xbox 360 first

PS3 owners who want to get a taste of the latest is survival horror action will have to wait a couple months. That is, unless they also have an Xbox 360. Publisher Capcom has decided to bring the Resident Evil 6 demo to Microsoft's console ahead of its Sony rival. No doubt it has some coaxing from Microsoft, which has almost single-handedly brought the phrase "timed exclusivity" to mainstream lexicon.

 

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Capcom tied to No Hope Left graffiti campaign, Resident Evil 6 in the wings

Capcom tied to No Hope Left graffiti campaign, Resident Evil 6 in the wings

Tomorrow is the day we'll find out if it's all true, or if what's true ends up being that Capcom is revealing a new game after their rather strange viral ad campaign "No Hope Left" complete with graffiti, a nameless blog, and video of a woman freaking out. While some of you have been following this campaign for a week or so, it's only today that we're finding out for sure that it's all tied to the gaming group, as Tuffcub from thesixthaxis has successfully sleuthed out. As it turns out, one of the graffiti photos posted this week was taken near this fellow's home, and upon closer inspection he found that it wasn't graffiti at all, but one big hoax.

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Resident Evil Revelations trailer leaks [Video]

Resident Evil Revelations trailer leaks [Video]

Ebullient gamer-glee this morning, as the Resident Evil Revelations trailer leaks ahead of the title's expected official debut at the Tokyo Game Show next week. Headed to the Nintendo 3DS in early 2012, the game is set in-between Resident Evil 4 and 5 in terms of in-story timeline, and will feature - going by this demo at least - a somewhat unimaginative mixture of busty ladies and skintight wetsuits.

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Capcom Adds Akuma and Taskmaster to Marvel vs Capcom 3 Lineup [Video]

Capcom Adds Akuma and Taskmaster to Marvel vs Capcom 3 Lineup [Video]

Capcom isn't pulling any punches when it comes to their newest fighting title, Marvel vs Capcom 3. There are a ton of characters being thrown into the game, with the biggest stars getting front-and-center recognition. But, despite the fact the game is set to launch just around the corner, Capcom isn't done adding characters. The company has confirmed that one previously rumored-about character, Taskmaster, is indeed being added to the lineup. And, a fan favorite, Akuma is also coming along for the ride.

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Street Fighter IV 3D Edition Features Online Versus Mode, Other Online Features

Street Fighter IV 3D Edition Features Online Versus Mode, Other Online Features

Nintendo's stance on online gaming is barely a stance at all. Even on their home console, the Wii, the company hasn't made a huge push into the online gaming market. And it doesn't look like that position is going to change with the upcoming launch of the Nintendo 3DS. The portable gaming unit, while featuring highly-detailed, 3D titles of which many could very well feature online play, is forced to suffer with a small online architecture. Fortunately, Capcom is ready to bring the latest edition of their Street Figher series to the 3D realm, and they're bringing online multiplayer along for the ride.

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