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Capcom with its RE Engine is already ready for the next gen

Capcom talked about its RE Engine, declaring that it already has many titles in development and that it is ready for the next gen.
Sega Mega Drive Mini announced Capcom titles

Sega Mega Drive Mini, the Capcom titles announced

The Sega Mega Drive Mini, which has been talked about for over a year now, is enriched with a list of Capcom titles. Let's see in detail what it is. Yes, that's right! Capcom, one ...
PDVG Sengoku Basara

Sengoku Basara arrives on smartphone

For those not familiar, Sengoku Basara is an anime based on Capcom's video game Devil Kings. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=od5pOw6y2a0 The same Capcom has announced that it is developing Sengoku Basara: Battle Party, the first smartphone game of the franchise ....

Monster Hunter World: Iceborn - the expansion will be available from 6 September

Last night, during the State of Play, we announced Monster Hunter World Iceborn, expansion of the well-known Capcom title. A press release from the Japanese company, today, gives us some details in ...

State of Play - announced the release date of Monster Hunter World Iceborn

Monster hunter World Iceborn was announced (through a trailer with a brief gameplay session) as the first content of the State of Play night live. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MM_936U7cvg The first expansion of the Capcom title will be available ...

Capcom - Record of profits for the Japanese company

Capcom has released the consolidated results for the fiscal year ending in March 2019. A second year of record profits emerges thanks to sales of Devil May Cry 5, Resident Evil 2, Monster Hunter and others. Now...

Devil May Cry, Capcom announced the first chapter for Nintendo Switch

Like a bolt from the blue, Capcom has announced that the first Devil May Cry will arrive this summer on Nintendo Switch.

Capcom Home Arcade uses an open source emulator and the authors didn't know ...

The new Capcom Home Arcade retro-console uses an open source emulator not intended for commercial use and the developers knew nothing.

Free is nice - The Sims 4

Guys, this is a big bomb, since the game we're talking about is The Sims 4! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22I4Aeid13c I don't think the title ...

Sea Limited Reports First Quarter 2019 Results

SINGAPORE - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Sea Limited (NYSE: SE) ("Sea" or the "Company") March 31, 2019. ...

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