In-Game Ads Coming To Street Fighter V Starting December 11th

It’s common to see ads in fighting game tournaments but Capcom is taking it one step further by bringing ads within the game itself. It has announced the launch of “sponsored content” for Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition. Starting December 11th, players will see these ads for purchasable bundles, costumes, and the Pro Tour in the game itself.


Resident Evil 3 Remake Reportedly In The Works

As gamers already know, Capcom is working on the Resident Evil 2 remake that they expect will be released early next year. From what we can tell, the game looks fantastic, and based on the feedback from gamers, it seems to be well-received, so much so that last we heard, Capcom was interested in pursuing more remakes in the future.


Resident Evil Movie Reboot Has Found Its Director

It hasn’t been too long since the last Resident Evil movie was released. However it seems that a reboot of the franchise has been ordered and according to a report from Variety, it seems that the movie studio has found its new director that will be helming the movie reboot.


The Resident Evil 2 Remake Will Be A 21GB Install

If you’ve been looking forward to getting Capcom’s upcoming Resident Evil 2 Remake and are planning on playing it on your Xbox One, maybe it’s time to start clearing out some space in case you’re running low. This is because thanks to a listing on the Microsoft Store, it has been revealed that the game will be a 21GB install.


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New Resident Evil 2 Remake Gameplay Footage

Fans of Capcom’s Resident Evil 2 are probably pretty excited and psyched that the game is getting a 4K remake. Previously footage from the game was released which showed off the game running in 4K at a very smooth 60fps. Now thanks to more videos shared on YouTube, we get to see more of the game’s in-game footage.


Street Fighter V To Get Some Resident Evil Costumes

One of the ways we’ve seen fighting games evolved over the years is that many seem to go beyond offering just different colors of existing costumes/uniforms, and are releasing proper costumes for characters. Capcom’s Street Fighter V has been on the receiving end of various costume options, and now it looks like gamers will have more options to choose from.


‘Devil May Cry’ Animated Series Confirmed

Last month, the producer behind Netflix’s Castlevania animated series Adi Shankar posted on Instagram that he would be working with an “iconic Japanese gaming company” to adapt an “iconic video game series” into an animated series. This led to speculation that Shankar could be working on a Legend of Zelda animated series.


Capcom To Explore More Cloud Gaming Initiatives

When Capcom was asked if Resident Evil 7 would be coming to the Nintendo Switch, the company pretty much denied that it would. However a year later, Capcom had a change of heart, sort of, by launching Resident Evil 7 on the Switch via the Ubitus Game Cloud which basically allowed gamers to stream the game as they played.


Monster Hunter Movie Will Feature Characters From The Game

Last month it was confirmed that a live-action movie based on Capcom’s Monster Hunter franchise is in the works. The movie is being directed by Paul W.S. Anderson and will star Milla Jovovich, both of whom were also behind the Resident Evil series of movies, and when photos from the movie set emerged, there was some concern regarding the movie’s direction.


Three More Resident Evil Titles Announced For The Nintendo Switch

Last year Capcom announced that they would be bringing two Resident Evil titles onto the Nintendo Switch. The good news is that if you were looking forward to playing more Resident Evil titles on the console, then you might be interested to learn that Capcom has since announced three new titles that will be making its way to the console.


Capcom Wants Annual Releases Of Its Core Franchises

Capcom has various titles that they are known for, such as Street Fighter, Resident Evil, and Monster Hunter, just to name a few. Now it seems that following the success of Monster Hunter World, Capcom wants to increase the frequency of its releases which seems like great news for fans.


Capcom Confirms Live-Action Monster Hunter Movie Is In The Works

Just the other day Capcom announced that a live-action movie adaptation of Mega Man would be made, but it seems that is not all Capcom has to announce. The company has also recently confirmed that a live-action movie adaptation of its Monster Hunter franchise would be made as well.


Live-Action Mega Man Movie Officially Announced

Several years ago, Capcom revealed their plans and interest in developing a live-action Mega Man movie. Last year we heard that those plans were moving forward and for those who are fans of the Mega Man franchise and think it would be awesome to see a Mega Man movie, it looks like it will officially be happening.


Devil May Cry 5 4K 60FPS Confirmed For PlayStation 4 Pro

There is a lot of anticipation for Devil May Cry 5. It’s the first proper addition to this popular franchise in years and fans are certainly very excited to see if it holds up to their expectations. The minimum and recommended PC specs for this title were confirmed recently and it has also been confirmed now that the title will hit 4K resolution at 60 frames per second on the […]