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Devil May Cry PSP cancelled?

In September 2006 news broke that Capcom's Devil May Cry series would be coming to Sony's PSP console. Almost 3 years later however the publisher/developer has decided to cancel the project according to the latest... More...

Editorial: The current state of DLC

Downloadable content, more commonly referred to as DLC, has become a promising and exciting aspect of the current generation of home consoles for gamers. Although PC gamers have enjoyed the benefit of prolonging their experience... More...

Capcom announces Lost Planet for 360

Lost Planet: Extreme Condition will be released for Xbox 360 says Capcom. This new sci-fiaction is scheduled for release 2006 winter. The development team working on Lost Planet includes some big names at Capcom. Keiji... More...

Capcom Ships Mega Man Collection

Capcom today announced they have shipped the Mega Man Anniversary Collection to stores. Availible for both PlayStation 2 and GameCube, the title collects Mega Man 1-8, along with Mega Man the Power Battle and Mega... More...

SNK Vs. Capcom Live

SNK Vs. Capcom: SVC Chaos will fully support Xbox Live's multiplayer components... SNK NEOGEO USA CONSUMER CORPORATION, the US publishing arm of the SNK NEOGEO CORPORATION, announced today that the company will... More...

Capcom closes old studio, opens new one

Japanese publisher shutters its internal Tokyo developer, establishes new Osaka subsidiary. Capcom announced today that it will be establishing a new studio by splitting a part of its current research and development... More...

Capcom announces Mega Man Mania

Game Boy Advance compilation set to feature five games. Capcom announced Mega Man Mania today, a classic compilation of Mega Man titles that appeared on the original Game Boy in the early... More...

Capcom Kills Rumour

Capcom has announced it is not merging with video game rivals. Capcom doesn't plan to merge with other game developers, Chief Financial Officer Heiji Oshima said, denying reports the company may be... More...

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