Capcom and Valve today announced an agreement that brings a collection of Capcom's current and future PC games to Valve's Steam digital distribution service. "Capcom is a worldwide leader in development and publishing of action adventure titles," said Gabe Newell, co-founder and president of Valve. "This initial set of Capcom titles coming to Steam, as well as those coming at a later date, are a perfect fit for the millions of action gaming fans connecting to Steam each week."
"With the PC market becoming a larger part of our business, we're naturally focusing our attention on digital distribution," said Mark Beaumont, executive vice president, officer, Capcom American and European consumer software publishing. "Steam is the right place for us to go with our titles. Valve has created a huge installed base of gamers who naturally fit with the profiles of the titles that Capcom develops."
Available later this week, Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition is an action game that follows the stylish demon-slayer Dante as he uses swords and guns to wage a nonstop, one-man battle against the demon world in order to carry out a 2000 year-old revenge.
Coming in the next few weeks, Onimusha 3 is an action game that travels in time between the 16th century Japan and modern-day Paris, pitting two heroes (one a samurai, the other a modern-day fighter played by actor Jean Reno) against a horde of other-dimensional evil.
Lost Planet: Extreme Condition is a critically-acclaimed third person action game from an all-star team of Capcom's game designers, will be available day and date with the retail version of the PC game, currently scheduled for June 26.
Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo HD Remix downloads Capcom's incredibly popular puzzle game into the new generation, featuring enhanced 1080p HD graphics, several new game modes, improved game balance, and online play and will be available later this year.