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Street Fighter V: Capcom fixes the netcode

The Street Fighter V netcode is often the subject of heated criticism from players towards Capcom, even going so far as to develop real mods to be able to circumvent management bugs ...
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Street Fighter V: Champion Edition - Review

Street Fighter is one of those titles that takes you back in time. Although our country has not lived or matured, a real culture of arcade arcades, it cannot be said ...

Devil May Cry 3 for Switch: local multiplayer arrives

The new re-release of Devil May Cry 3, developed for the Nintendo Switch hybrid console, continues to implement exclusive and fan-requested features. This was announced by Matt Walker, the producer of the series ...

Capcom announces two new Masterminds for Resident Evil: Resistance

With a post on the official Playstation blog, Capcom has revealed two new Mastermind characters for Resident Evil: Resistance, the online multiplayer that will be included in Resident Evil 3. The two characters in question will be Alex ...

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, new scary creatures coming soon

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne's next free update will send its diligent monster hunters to be beaten by a new pair of really tough customers, both with epithets suggesting they are ...

Monster Hunter World - Resident Evil event coming to PC, together with the new ...

Today's Monster Hunter World update is one of the truly impressive ones. Capcom has in fact provided the details of the first big update on PC, after the launch of Iceborne. As previously announced, the update is ...
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Street Fighter V, the PlayStation 4 version confused with the Nintendo Switch version

EB Games Canada's official Twitter profile has announced Street Fighter V: Champion Edition's arrival on Nintendo Switch in the past few hours. This communication was not accompanied by any release date or price ...
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Resident Evil 3, the European Collector's Edition unveiled

Through the official Twitter profile, Capcom has revealed the content of the Collector's Edition of Resident Evil 3 dedicated to the European market. The edition in question will be contained in a box with features of a casket and ...

Super Rare Games announces seven new physical games for Switch

Collectors rejoice! Super Rare Games has announced seven new limited editions for Nintendo Switch that will arrive in the near future. Titles include Dandara: ...

The mayor of Boston asks Sony not to worry about ...

After Sony's announcement of not participating in PAX East, the mayor of Boston asked the company to rethink it.

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