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Resident Evil 2 Remake gameplay: see the stunning new look in action

Resident Evil 2 Remake gameplay: see the stunning new look in action

During its event earlier this week, Sony revealed that Capcom is launching a totally remade version of its hit classic game Resident Evil 2. A trailer for the updated title was showcased during the PlayStation event, but now videos of actual gameplay have made their way to the Internet. Ready to see how stunning the "Remake" looks?

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Resident Evil 2 Remake arrives January 25, but you can preorder now

Resident Evil 2 Remake arrives January 25, but you can preorder now

Capcom has just announced the upcoming launch of Resident Evil 2 Remake, the iconic game overhauled for modern consoles. The company showcased footage from the game during Sony's E3 2018 event, as well as details on when you can pre-order the game and when it will be available to play. The preview was, to put it mildly, stunning.

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Mega Man 11 release date set: This preview is a must-see

Mega Man 11 release date set: This preview is a must-see

Good news, Mega Man fans: we now know when the Blue Bomber will return in Mega Man 11. Revealed late last year, Mega Man 11 continues the long-running action series, but for the first time moves away from the franchise's iconic 8-bit aesthetic. It's been a long time coming too, as the last game in the mainline series was released all the way back in 2010.

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Resident Evil 7: Cloud Version brings game streaming to Switch

Resident Evil 7: Cloud Version brings game streaming to Switch

Capcom has been one publisher throwing a lot of support behind the Nintendo Switch, and now it's about to provide a big first for the console: game streaming. Capcom has announced Biohazard 7: Resident Evil Cloud Version for the Switch, taking pretty much everyone by surprise. The fact that Resident Evil 7 is coming to the Switch will be exciting enough for most fans, but the way it's being released is fascinating as well.

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Nintendo Switch is getting a Monster Hunter game of its own

Nintendo Switch is getting a Monster Hunter game of its own

For Monster Hunter fans, it's already been a very big year. Back in January, Monster Hunter: World launched on PS4 and Xbox One to rave reviews and excellent sales, and later this year, the game will be making its way to PC - a first for the series. Unfortunately, a Nintendo Switch version of Monster Hunter: World isn't in the cards, but Capcom isn't going to leave Switch owners entirely empty handed.

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Two classic Mega Man games are being re-released on NES and SNES

Two classic Mega Man games are being re-released on NES and SNES

In case you haven't already heard, the Mega Man franchise turned 30 years old in December. Capcom has celebrated this milestone in a number of ways, most notably revealing Mega Man 11 and announcing the Mega Man X Legacy Collection for release later this year. Capcom isn't done celebrating Mega Man's 30th, though, and what is has planned next is something die-hard fans might want to pick up.

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Monster Hunter: World debuts Devil May Cry crossover event

Monster Hunter: World debuts Devil May Cry crossover event

It's only been a week since Monster Hunter: World received its second major update, complete with new monster Kulve Taroth, and the game already has something else for players to get excited about. While not quite as big a deal as an entirely new monster to battle, another of Monster Hunter: World's crossover events is live, this time feature Capcom's own Devil May Cry series.

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Monster Hunter: World gets second major update with Kulve Taroth

Monster Hunter: World gets second major update with Kulve Taroth

The second big update for Capcom's Monster Hunter: World arrived this week, just in time to keep players entertained with new content and features. The biggest addition, of course, is a new monster to hunt in the form of Kulve Taroth, a massive golden Elder Dragon that includes a new quest type, along with its new weapons and armor to forge. But the update, which brings the game up to version 3.00, also includes a number of quality of life improvements.

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Mega Man X Legacy Collection heads west later this year

Mega Man X Legacy Collection heads west later this year

Though Capcom's recent Mega Man Legacy Collection was a fun way to revisit classic games in the series, it left many of us wondering if Capcom would give the same treatment to the Mega Man X series. After all, Mega Man X proved to be a very successful spin-off series all its own, with nearly as many games as the core Mega Man franchise. It turns out that no, Capcom hasn't forgotten about Mega Man X, and it will indeed be releasing a compilation of X games later this year.

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Monster Hunter World’s first big update introduces Deviljho, numerous improvements

Monster Hunter World’s first big update introduces Deviljho, numerous improvements

Monster Hunter World becoming Capcom's most successful game ever means the game is seeing a lot of players right now. And these players are in for a treat this week as the developer has released its first major update for the game, one that's significantly bigger than the exclusive armor tie-ins we've seen so far. The free update, available now on PS4 and Xbox One, introduces the first new monster post-launch, as well as features a bunch of balance changes and improvements.

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Monster Hunter: World’s next crossover is a big one

Monster Hunter: World’s next crossover is a big one

In a relatively short amount of time, Monster Hunter: World has become Capcom's most successful game ever. Perhaps it's no surprise, then, that we're seeing Capcom roll out tie-in after tie-in for Monster Hunter: World players. First it was World's tie-in with Horizon Zero Dawn, which was followed with a Street Fighter promotion, and now, players are about to get some Devil May Cry-themed gear.

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Monster Hunter: World just set a big Capcom record

Monster Hunter: World just set a big Capcom record

We've got a big year of big games ahead of us, but one of the largest has already launched. Monster Hunter: World was let out of the gate early on in 2018, and it looks like Capcom may have greatly benefited by launching the title during a period that is traditionally slow for the gaming industry. The company announced today that Monster Hunter: World has shipped a whopping 7.5 million copies since its launch about five weeks ago.

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