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Capcom’s DuckTales: Remastered will be pulled from digital stores soon

Capcom’s DuckTales: Remastered will be pulled from digital stores soon

For reasons that aren't clear, Capcom has made the surprise announcement that its DuckTales: Remastered game will no longer be available to purchase starting tomorrow. The game is available at a steep discount across multiple platforms at this time but will disappear from digital stores starting on August 8. The current sales end dates are 'approximate,' according to Capcom, which indicates that sales may disappear sooner than expected.

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Monster Hunter movie trailer leak looks like Mad Max with dragons

Monster Hunter movie trailer leak looks like Mad Max with dragons

For better or worse, Capcom's Monster Hunter series is going to make the jump to the silver screen next year. We haven't seen much from the movie aside from a few stills, but today, we're getting our first real glimpse at it thanks to a leaked trailer. The trailer amounts to nothing more than a teaser, but it does serve up shots of some of the main cast members and a couple of the monsters that will feature in the movie.

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Capcom Home Arcade serves up a unique twist on retro consoles

Capcom Home Arcade serves up a unique twist on retro consoles

Thanks to the success of the NES Classic and SNES Classic, a lot of companies seem to have taken an interest in making retro consoles of their own. The latest is Capcom, which is in the curious position of having plenty of classic games to offer nostalgic consumers without ever actually producing a console. It does have plenty of experience with arcade cabinets, however, so it's taking that history to create one of the most unique retro consoles we've seen yet.

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Xbox Game Pass April additions include two huge names

Xbox Game Pass April additions include two huge names

Microsoft has announced that six games will be joining Xbox Game Pass this month, and two of them in particular are big games worth getting excited about. April's games are headlined by Bethesda's Prey, which is only a couple of years old, and Monster Hunter: World - one of 2018's most successful games. We're guessing that Monster Hunter: World alone will be enough to drive some new subscriptions to Game Pass this month.

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Valve and five PC publishers might be in hot water with the EU [Update]

Valve and five PC publishers might be in hot water with the EU [Update]

The European Commission announced today that it has sent a Statement of Objection to Valve and five PC games publishers concerning their practices of geo-blocking games across the EU. Region locking, of course, has always been a headache for gamers, particularly those who live in regions where game prices typically run higher than those in other regions. It seems the European Commission wants this practice to end, at least within the confines of the EU.

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Resident Evil for Nintendo Switch see classics get dated

Resident Evil for Nintendo Switch see classics get dated

The Nintendo Switch is about to get a big Resident Evil injection. Back in October, Capcom revealed that a grand total of three Resident Evil games are coming to Switch: Resident Evil 0, 1, and 4. Today, we're learning just when all three of those titles will release, and launch day is coming up pretty fast.

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Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen is coming to Nintendo Switch

Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen is coming to Nintendo Switch

It's kind of hard to believe it, but Dragon's Dogma first debuted nearly seven years ago. Capcom is keeping its unique RPG alive all these years later by announcing a Nintendo Switch port of Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen, an enhanced version of the game that launched in 2013. It'll be arriving in April, so we've only got a few months to wait before Dragon's Dogma invades yet another platform.

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Assassin’s Creed comes to Monster Hunter: World in sneaky new event

Assassin’s Creed comes to Monster Hunter: World in sneaky new event

Following its massively popular release earlier this year, Capcom's Monster Hunter: World closes out 2018 with another crossover event. While these limited-time events are usually announced far in advance, the latest arrived as a quest that was seemingly snuck into the game this week. A fitting debut, as this time around Monster Hunter players are getting to dress up like Assassin’s Creed.

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Street Fighter V ads have been removed but there’s a catch

Street Fighter V ads have been removed but there’s a catch

Street Fighter V has so far been a worthy successor of the most beloved fighting game franchise in history. Most of the new mechanics and new characters that Capcom has introduced have been warmly received by long-time fans and new players alike. But in a single move, the company managed become universally reviled. The good news? Capcom has now removed its sponsored content, a.k.a. ads, from character costumes, stages, and loading screens. The bad news? It might not be forever.

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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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