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Geralt from The Witcher is coming to Monster Hunter World

Geralt from The Witcher is coming to Monster Hunter World

It's a big day for fans of Monster Hunter World, because Capcom has made a bunch of announcements about what's next for the game. Capcom has revealed a new expansion for Monster Hunter World, along with a particularly exciting crossover event for RPG lovers. On top of that, those who find themselves a bit intimidated by Monster Hunter World will soon be able to try the game before they commit to buying it.

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Street Fighter V sponsored content unsurprisingly irks fans

Street Fighter V sponsored content unsurprisingly irks fans

If there’s one thing that binds all digital media and channels together, it would probably be ads. Be it the Web, video streaming, mobile apps, or games, ads have become an unfortunate fact of modern life that very few really like. Especially when you’ve already paid full price for the product. So it’s really no surprise that no small number of fans were unamused when Capcom announced that in-game ads were coming to Street Fighter V. The details, however, are even odder.

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Devil May Cry series announced from producer of Netflix’s Castlevania

Devil May Cry series announced from producer of Netflix’s Castlevania

For the last year, game and anime fans have been enjoying the surprise hit that is the Castlevania animated series on Netflix. In a surprise announcement on Friday, the show's executive producer, Adi Shankar, has revealed he's working on another adaptation of a video game franchise: Capcom's massively popular action series Devil May Cry.

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Three Resident Evil games are heading to Nintendo Switch next year

Three Resident Evil games are heading to Nintendo Switch next year

Since it launched somewhat late in the console cycle, it isn't really surprising that the Switch has become an attractive platform for ports of existing games. As of today, we can count Capcom among the many developers who have decided to bring their older games over to the Switch. The company revealed that it will bringing not one, but three Resident Evil games to the Nintendo Switch next year.

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Devil May Cry 5 ‘Ultra Limited Edition’ bundles are absurdly expensive

Devil May Cry 5 ‘Ultra Limited Edition’ bundles are absurdly expensive

If you're a big Devil May Cry fan, now is your chance to put your money where you mouth is. Capcom has announced three different "Ultra Limited Edition" bundles for Devil May Cry 5, and all of them are supremely expensive. We're not entirely sure who would buy one of these multi-thousand dollar bundles, but we're sure they're out there somewhere.

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Capcom confirms Monster Hunter live-action movie project

Capcom confirms Monster Hunter live-action movie project

Capcom has announced plans to create a live-action movie based on its popular Monster Hunter video game franchise. The company confirmed the plans in a statement today, saying that Paul W.S. Anderson has been brought in as director. Both Constantin Film and Sony's Screen Gems are involved in the project, with plans including an international release.

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Mega Man is finally getting a live-action film because why not

Mega Man is finally getting a live-action film because why not

Live-action adaptations of popular game franchises have had more misses than hits. Still, the promise of raking in billions when you do make a box office hit is still luring both game publishers and studios to make the million dollar gamble. The latest to get the Hollywood treatment is Capcom's Mega Man, a franchise that just celebrated its 30th anniversary. And, of course the adaptation is promised to have "the grand production and entertainment value that Hollywood movies are known for."

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Monster Hunter Stories finally brings franchise to mobile

Monster Hunter Stories finally brings franchise to mobile

Whenever there is a hot new game or genre, you can bet that a mobile copy will happen soon. That is true for MOBAs, battle royales, and everything in between. Sometimes, these copies are all mobile gamers can hope for if the big franchises don't port their titles to smartphones. Lo and behold, Capcom has surprisingly made available one part of its Monster Hunter franchise to both Android and iOS. But make no mistake, it's not the graphics-heavy, button-mashing game that you might think.

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Hyperkin X91 Mega Man 11 Edition retro controller arrives October 2

Hyperkin X91 Mega Man 11 Edition retro controller arrives October 2

Hyperkin has taken the wraps off a new Mega Man 11 version of its X91 retro gaming controller. The edition has the same iconic blue color as franchise character's outfit, as well as the character itself, a colorful joystick, and the Xbox logo. The model is only available for Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs; though it won't be available until October 2, fans can purchase one now.

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Onimusha: Warlords is coming to modern platforms nearly 18 years later

Onimusha: Warlords is coming to modern platforms nearly 18 years later

Here's an announcement none of us were expecting: Capcom has revealed that it's reviving the Onimusha series. It's been a long, long time since the last Onimusha game, so to hear that Capcom will be revisiting the series definitely comes as a surprise. We're not exactly getting a new Onimusha game; instead, Capcom will take us back to the title that started it all, announcing an enhanced port of the original Onimusha: Warlords for modern platforms today.

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What’s your favorite weapon in Monster Hunter: World?

What’s your favorite weapon in Monster Hunter: World?

Monster Hunter: World is a game of many deep components, and one of the most complex is the weapon system. Weapons, just as much as armor and perhaps even more, define your character in Monster Hunter: World, and there are 14 of them to choose from. Each weapon is viable for both solo and squad play, but each one is also vastly different from the next, leading many players to choose a "main" weapon that they primarily focus on throughout the course of the game.

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Resident Evil 2 Remake Premium Edition costs $900, includes Bluetooth keyboard

Resident Evil 2 Remake Premium Edition costs $900, includes Bluetooth keyboard

We're living in an age over-the-top collector's editions of video games are a common thing. It's no surprise to see versions of games costing a couple hundred dollars or more and including anything from mini statues to movie DVDs to a bunch of useless crap. Still, the Premium Edition of the upcoming Resident Evil 2 Remake for Japan is beyond ridiculous. It includes a Bluetooth keyboard and is priced at a jaw-dropping $900.

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