Capcom has released details on Dragon’s Dogma, Dead Rising 2: Off the Record, and Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition following their annual media showcase in Miami.
Dragon’s Dogma, from the creators of Resident Evil 4 and Devil May Cry 4, is described as a “unique action experience that blends exciting and fulfilling combat with the freedom to explore and interact in a rich, living and breathing world.” The player’s three-party team is tasked with tracking down and felling a mysterious dragon, but first they must make it through a horde of beasts. The 360, PS3 release is set to launch in 2012 and will use the MT Framework engine, most recently used in Lost Planet 2.
Dead Rising 2: Off The Record is an alternate storyline set within the Dead Rising 2 timeline as players become reacquainted with Frank West. Described as a “reimagining of the Fortune City outbreak,” Off The Record will feature new missions, enemies, combo-weapons, as well as a new Fortune City attraction. The save system and co-op experience are also said to be receiving “enhancements” to deliver “more satisfying gameplay.” Hopefully that means ‘no Games for Windows Live’ (grumble, grumble). Off The Record is set to release this autumn for the 360, PC, and PS3.
And finally, there’s Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition for the 360, PC, and PS3. Arcade Edition will have a new balancing update, enhanced Replay Channel, and new characters. The download update will be available on June 7 for 360, PS3 Super Street Fighter IV owners for 1200 MS Points/$14.99, while those who haven’t picked it up yet can grab the Arcade Edition when it hits store shelves for the 360 and PS3 on June 24 and PC in July.
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