A new beta update sees release for Street Fighter 5, with Capcom hinting to the launch of the game’s fourth and final testing period before releasing next month.
Capcom producer Minae Matsukawa suggests that a full-fledged sequel to 2012’s Dragon’s Dogma requires fan feedback and support for the upcoming PC version of the game.
Nintendo confirms that Cloud, Bayonetta, and Corrin will all get amiibo toys, while announcing a release date for the previously revealed Ryu and Roy statues.
Capcom reveals the official opening cinematic for Street Fighter V, alongside the announcement of the game’s third beta testing period, available soon.
Capcom’s Yoshinori Ono takes the stage at PlayStation Experience 2015 to reveal F.A.N.G., the final character to join the Street Fighter 5 day-1 roster.
Capcom clears up confusion over the upcoming Resident Evil 2 remake, stating that the game will not be a simple remaster of the survival horror classic.
The Korean Game Rating Board rates a PlayStation 4 and Xbox One version of Resident Evil 6, hinting that the game may be coming to current-generation consoles.
A video from The Kicker imagines what playing the classic fighting game Street Fighter 2 would be like if the undefeated Ronda Rousey was a part of the roster.
Speaking with investors, Capcom reps reveal that the company ‘will consider’ developing for the highly anticipated Nintendo NX console and the PlayStation VR.
Capcom makes the somewhat controversial decision to remove close-up crotch shots of characters in Street Fighter 5, as well as Rainbow Mika’s butt-slapping animation.
An enterprising Street Fighter fan mines the Street Fighter V PC Beta to find audio clips that hint at the inclusion of fan favorites such as Alex and Juri.
At Paris Games Week, Yoshinori Ono confirms the Street Fighter 5 release date for February 16th on PS4, as well as revealing Dhalsim and other new character plans.
The Street Fighter V beta has been data-mined and three previously unannounced characters have been revealed, though only one of them is a familiar face.
Capcom announces that the critically acclaimed Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition is coming to the Wii U on October 29th through the eShop, but only for gamers in Europe.
Although, the second beta for Street Fighter 5 is experiencing similar difficulties to it’s predecessor, it will be staying up for the scheduled period.
Capcom outlines the Street Fighter 5 PC/PS4 beta schedule, detailing when cross-platform play will be available and when certain characters will be added.
Capcom prepares to bring Resident Evil to the stage with a musical adaption of the popular franchise, releasing a video highlighting the J-Pop tinged show.