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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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Galactus and Taskmaster Rumored to be in Marvel vs Capcom 3

Galactus and Taskmaster Rumored to be in Marvel vs Capcom 3

One of the most anticipated games coming in 2011, Capcom's Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds is aiming to become one of the most popular fighting games to land on consoles in recent history. Considering how ridiculously popular the second installment in the franchise is, there's no doubt that as long as the developers can retain a fraction of the playability and fun, along with the character selection from both Marvel and Capcom's ranks, the new title will be just as adored. Two new characters may be waiting in the wings, as a recent portfolio from artist Kevin Sharpe showcases both Galactus and Taskmaster in comic book form, and rumors have popped up that the two characters could land in the game as well.

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Softbank’s Sharp GALAPAGOS 003SH & 005SH get Capcom 3D gaming

Softbank’s Sharp GALAPAGOS 003SH & 005SH get Capcom 3D gaming

Sharp's GALAPAGOS range isn't just about big ereader tablets; the company has just unveiled two new Softbank Android smartphones, the GALAPAGOS 003SH and 005SH, which each offer glasses-free 3D on their 3.8-inch WVGA touchscreen displays.  The 003SH has a 9.6-megapixel camera, while the 005SH has an 8-megapixel camera but makes up for the shortfall with a slide-out four row QWERTY keyboard.

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Nintendo 3DS graphics get Capcom preview: better than Xbox 360?

Nintendo 3DS graphics get Capcom preview: better than Xbox 360?

Capcom has been showing off the sort of graphical loveliness we can expect from their titles on the Nintendo 3DS, thanks to liberal use of their MT Framework.  Among the magic is HDR lighting, realtime colour correction, self-shadowing, normal mapping, depth of field and motion blur; while that might not mean much to most gamers, Capcom's aim to make Resident Evil: Revelations on the 3DS as graphically impressive as Resident Evil 5 on the Xbox 360 has to impress.

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Samsung Application Store Unveiled by Samsung Mobile

Samsung Application Store Unveiled by Samsung Mobile

TouchWiz wasn't the greatest. TouchWiz 2.0 was a huge leap in the right direction. But there was always going to be something holding back Samsung from taking any steps forward in the mobile marketplace, and it had nothing to do with proprietary software on their phones. They lacked what everyone else and their second-cousin has: a way to get first- and third-party developed applications onto their phones. Well, it looks like that's about to change.

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Capcom and Nintendo Planning for the Future

Capcom and Nintendo Planning for the Future

If content isn't a sure sign of a video game console's prowess, than it's an unarguable fact that Nintendo is the console juggernaut in the gaming world, and it looks like Capcom is about to start taking advantage. Japan's Nihon Keizai Shimbun financial newspaper today states that the third party developing giant is taking the steps necessary to strengthening its bonds with Nintendo, hoping to reach out to the Wii's 52 million customers.

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PSN to get 20-40 classic Capcom games

PSN to get 20-40 classic Capcom games

Capcom have revealed their plans to introduce as many as forty new PlayStation Network titles over the next few months, comprising a selection of original PS1 titles that have been ported over to the newer Sony consoles, and PSP games now available for download.  According to Capcom's Chris Kramer, users themselves will play a part in choosing which titles will be available first.

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