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Street Fighter V Arcade Edition adds 2nd V-Trigger set

Street Fighter V Arcade Edition adds 2nd V-Trigger set

There’s only so much you can add to a fighting game after it has been released. Much of the genre’s value comes from its replayability and, in a sense, the randomness of fighting against human opponents. Of course, there are still some ways to extend the game’s content, like adding new characters and adding new moves. That is basically what CAPCOM is doing in the Arcade Edition, set to launch in two months, that will add, in addition to the arcade mode, new V-Triggers for all characters.

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Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite esports event Battle for the Stones detailed

Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite esports event Battle for the Stones detailed

Capcom has announced an escorts tournament for Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite called 'Battle for the Stones.' The competition will feature nine qualifiers and seven EVO champions, according to Capcom, to be joined by various tournaments leading up to the 'Battle for the Stones' Finals event to be held in Anaheim, California.

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Monster Hunter: World brings the series back to consoles in January

Monster Hunter: World brings the series back to consoles in January

To say that Monster Hunter fans are excited for Monster Hunter: World is probably understating it a bit. This is the first mainline Monster Hunter game we've seen on consoles for quite some time, with the last being Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate on the Wii U back in 2012. Today we're finding out just when those excited fans will be able to play the game, and it's sooner than a lot of people probably think.

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Dead Rising 4 hits PS4 this fall with new content, costumes

Dead Rising 4 hits PS4 this fall with new content, costumes

Capcom has announced that Dead Rising 4 will finally be losing its Microsoft exclusivity, as the game is coming to the PlayStation 4 on December 5th, almost a year to the day after its release on Xbox One and Windows 10. With a full title of Dead Rising 4: Frank’s Big Package, the set will include all the game's previous DLC as well as a new "Capcom Heroes" game mode, all for a price of $50.

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Street Fighter 2 30th anniversary SNES cartridge is the real thing

Street Fighter 2 30th anniversary SNES cartridge is the real thing

Although retro gaming is a thing, it has mostly meant playing old games on modern hardware. To celebrate the 30th birthday of one of its most enduring franchises, Capcom teamed up with iam8bit to launch the limited edition Street Fighter 11 30th Anniversary Edition. In form and technology it remains faithful to the original, which means you’ll need an original SNES, or at least a console that can read it, to fully enjoy this trip back in time.

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Street Fighter 5 turns up the nostalgia and reveals character ‘Abigail’

Street Fighter 5 turns up the nostalgia and reveals character ‘Abigail’

Street Fighter has a long history and a lot of fans, and they'll soon be in for a treat: Capcom is adding a dose of nostalgia with the addition of a beloved classic stage, as well as some retro costumes. The new stage is Suzaku Castle, the rooftop stage that will transport fans back to 1991 where they first enjoyed the design. As if that's not retro enough, some recognizable costumes from past eras are returning, and players are also getting a new character.

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Nintendo Switch Monster Hunter XX edition release revealed

Nintendo Switch Monster Hunter XX edition release revealed

The news that the Monster Hunter series will be coming to the Nintendo Switch was big enough on its own, but it doesn't stop there. To celebrate the launch of Monster Hunter XX, Nintendo will be releasing a limited edition console. If we're not counting stuff like the Breath of the Wild decals Nintendo previously released, then this will be the first limited edition Switch console Nintendo has launched.

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In Monster Hunter XX, Nintendo Switch gets the Capcom title it deserves

In Monster Hunter XX, Nintendo Switch gets the Capcom title it deserves

Capcom has already thrown some support behind the Nintendo Switch in releasing Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers (out today, as luck would have it), but it just ramped up support for the console in a big way. Capcom revealed today that a new Monster Hunter game - Monster Hunter XX - will make its way to Nintendo's newest console. Details are still slim at this point, but we should find out more rather quickly.

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Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 passes through Korean ratings board

Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 passes through Korean ratings board

If you were a fan of the original Mega Man Legacy Collection, then good news: it looks like a follow-up anthology has made a stop at the Korean Game Rating Board. Of course, since these are just re-releases of classic Mega Man games, it was a safe assumption that a second one would pop up sooner rather than later. Still, this pass through the Korean Game Rating Board suggests that the game is close to becoming a reality.

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Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite gets a release date, 8 new characters

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite gets a release date, 8 new characters

Today is a big day if you've been waiting for more Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite information, as Capcom has delivered a lot of it. First and foremost is the release date for the game, but there were also a number of other reveals. These include the announcement of eight new characters and the reveal of Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite's special editions.

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Ghosts ‘n Goblins brings blistering difficulty to iOS and Android [Download]

Ghosts ‘n Goblins brings blistering difficulty to iOS and Android [Download]

It isn't often you start the day knowing you'd like to be mentally broken by a game, but if by chance that sounds like you, then we've got the perfect way to achieve your goals. Capcom has launched the NES classic Ghosts 'n Goblins on iOS and Android, giving the mindnumbingly difficult NES title new life on mobile devices.

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Capcom remasters, bundles 6 Disney Afternoon classic games

Capcom remasters, bundles 6 Disney Afternoon classic games

Capcom is really taking retro to heart. After it released the Mega Man Classic collection for PC and consoles, it brought it to mobile, though with less positive reception. It then recently announced that it will also be bringing four other classic arcade games to mobile, starting with top-down shooter 1942. Now it is going back full circle to PCs and consoles. Starting next month, those old enough to remember or the young who wish to experience those good old days will be able to turn back time to play six classic games based on old-school Disney TV afternoon shows.

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