Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Capcom

DmC gets new Definitive Edition, Devil May Cry 4 new Special Edition

DmC Devil May Cry Definitive Edition (PS4, Xbox One) Announcement - Screenshot 1

The Devil May Cry series will be returning next year with two titles, DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition and Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition, both for PS4 and Xbox One. The Definitive Edition of DmC will include a host of new, extra content: Vergil playable in Bloody Palace Mode, Gods Must Die difficulty level, Must Style Mode, Hardcore Mode (designed after the older Devil May Cry titles), Turbo Mode and other gameplay modifiers, new costumes sporting designs akin to the original titles, 60 frames-per-second at 1080p, and all downloadable content, including the Vergil’s Downfall side story. Nothing else about Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition was mentioned aside from its release date of summer 2015.

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PlayStation 4 News, Xbox One News

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy launching on December 11

Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Trilogy (3DS) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy will be hitting the Nintendo eShop for 3DS on December 11, according to Capcom. The $29.99 set includes remastered versions of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Justice For All, and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Trials and Tribulations. Each title features 3D support, high-res re-drawn graphics, and remixed sound. Additionally, the Japanese version of Gyakuten Saiban 123 Naruhodo Selection, now with an option to switch between English and Japanese, is also part of the package.

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3DS

PlayStation Experience 2014 Highlights – Suikoden II, Street Fighter V

Some big news came out today from Sony’s PlayStation Experience in Las Vegas. The biggest of which is arguably the reveal and announcement of console exclusivity of Street Fighter V. Sony and Capcom have partnered up to release it for PS4, and to make it cross-platform compatible with PC. To keep gamers occupied until then, Capcom is also releasing Ultra Street Fighter IV for PS4. Another surprise came out of Konami, who announced that the highly acclaimed Suikoden I and II will be available on PSN for PS3 and PS Vita next week, on December 9. Sega wasn’t to be outdone, however, with the reveal that Yakuza 5 will be a downloadable release for PS3 in 2015, nor Atlus, who gave Persona fans more to look forward to in 2015 the news that Persona 5 will be available for PS3 and PS4.

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Articles, Convention, PlayStation 3 News, PlayStation 4 News, PlayStation Vita News

Resident Evil remake progress revealed in 19 new screenshots

Resident Evil (PC, PS4, Xbox One) November Media - Screenshot 1

Capcom has released nearly 20 new screenshots from the upcoming remastered version of Resident Evil. The new version is based on the GameCube re-release from 2002 and is currently in development for PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. This latest iteration will sport upgraded textures, remastered audio with support for 5.1, the choice between 4:3 or 16:9 widescreen, and support for a new control scheme or the old tank-style controls.

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PC News, PlayStation 3 News, PlayStation 4 News, Xbox 360 News, Xbox One News

Resident Evil Revelations 2 to be released in episodes and on disc

Resident Evil Revelations 2 (360, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox One) Release Details Announcement - Screenshot 1

Capcom has detailed their plans for the release of Resident Evil Revelations 2. The sequel will continue the episodic format of the original, but instead of simply being a method presentation, the breaks will constitute individual weekly downloads that will run for a four-episode season. Each episode will be available individually for $5.99 or altogether as a Complete Season bundle for $24.99. Those who prefer a physical copy will be able to buy a retail disc version, set to ship after the final episode goes live, for $39.99. Additional, unspecified extra content will be included with the Complete Season bundle, which will also be included along with even more bonus content in the physical version. Revelations 2 follows Terra Save agents Claire Redfield and Moira Burton in their attempt to escape a zombie- and mutant-infested prison.

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PC News, PlayStation 3 News, PlayStation 4 News, Xbox 360 News, Xbox One News

Dead Rising 3 Apocalypse Edition launches online for PC

Dead Rising 3 (PC, Xbox One) PC Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

PC gamers envious of their Xbox One counterparts’ bloody rampages through the undead hordes in Los Perdidos are finally getting their turn today with the launch of Dead Rising 3 Apocalypse Edition. The $49.99 digital release includes Dead Rising 3 along with the four downloadable packs that combine to make up the add-on Untold Stories of Los Perdidos. The PC version features a “high resolution with fully optimized visuals and upgraded textures on characters, backgrounds and in-game objects” along with the regular Steam extras, such as Achievements, Cloud saving, Trading Cards, leaderboards, and controller support.

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DLC, PC News

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies launches for iOS

Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Dual Destinies (iOS, 3DS) iOS Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

The mobile market just got a whole lot more justice today with the release of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies on the App Store. Dual Destines features the return of Phoenix as well as several older characters, including Pearl Fey and Apollo Justice, as well as the introduction of Associate Attorney Athena Cykes, who brings with her the ability to psychoanalyze witnesses. The first episode is free to try while the remaining four can be purchased for $4.99 each or as a bundle for $14.99. The bonus episode, Turnabout Reclaimed, which sees Phoenix defending a killer whale, is also available.

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Apple Handheld, DLC

Remastered Resident Evil being remastered for console, PC

Resident Evil (360, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox One) Announcement - Screenshot 1

The 2002 GameCube remake of the original Resident Evil is itself being remade as an updated digital re-release for 360, PC, PS3, PS4, and Xbox One. The latest version will launch early next year and feature a host of audio and visual updates. Some of the updates include remastered sound effects with support for 5.1 surround sound, options for 4:3 ratio or 16:9 widescreen, increased resolution, upgraded textures, support for 1080p for PS4 and Xbox One, and the ability to choose between classic controls (re: tank style) or alternative (characters move “directly in the direction of the analogue stick”).

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PC News, PlayStation 3 News, PlayStation 4 News, Xbox 360 News, Xbox One News

Physical version of Ultra Street Fighter IV out now for 360, PS3

Ultra Street Fighter IV (360, PC, PS3) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 6

After initially launching as a digital upgrade in July, the full standalone version of Ultra Street Fighter IV is available for 360 and PS3 for $39.99. The PC upgrade and full release is due out shortly, on August 8, via Steam for $29.99. Ultra adds five characters to the lineup (Decapre, Elena, Hugo, Poison, and Rolento), six new levels, Training Mode Fight Request to practice between fights, Offline Battle Log for saving offline battle replays, Edition Select to choose which version of a character is preferred, Double Ultra option for access to weaker versions of both ultras, Red Focus attacks, and more. The physical versions also come with all previously released costumes.

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PlayStation 3 News, Xbox 360 News

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite now on App Store for iOS

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite (iOS) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite, the iOS re-release of Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G, has hit the App Store. The $14.99 action role-playing game is based around the series’ traditional hunting-and-crafting system, with players taking down beasts of all sizes in order to harvest their hide and bone. The iOS version features higher resolution graphics, supporting up to 2048×1536 on iPad, optimized touch-screen controls, a more responsive camera, four-player co-op support over WiFi, and support for MFi controllers.

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Apple Handheld