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Capcom plans to return some old IPs

Capcom is doing well in the last period, with games like Monster Hunter: World, Resident Evil 2 (remake) and Devil May Cry 5. It seems that Capcom is having a great time lately and this success ...

A Resident Evil 2 themed crossover event is coming to Monster Hunter ...

The expansion of Monster Hunter World, Iceborne, seems to have received positive public and critical opinions since its launch, but Capcom has no intention of resting on its laurels, and is ready to release continuous updates ...

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.

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...

A Capcom tweet might suggest the development of the Resident Evil 3 remake

In the past few hours the official Resident Evil Twitter account may have revealed a new clue about the elusive Resident Evil 3 remake. Capcom has indeed published a screenshot of RE2 that shows ...

Resident Evil 2 - A paid DLC allows you to unlock all content

A new paid DLC for Resident Evil 2: Remake allows you to unlock all the items that a player normally should get gradually with one (or more) run. For around 5 euros, you can indeed ...

Resident Evil 2 Remake: A mod removes Mr. X

The feared Mr. X of Resident Evil 2: Remake has collected numerous conflicting opinions from fans. There are those who love it, finding it a nice quote to the Nemesis of the third chapter of the series, and who instead ...
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Resident Evil 8 could see the return of the third person

An insider has stated that Resident Evil 8 is in development and that this will see the return of the third-person view as in the remake of the second chapter

Rainbow Six: Siege records the highest peak of players on ...

Rainbow Six: Siege is more popular today than ever before and has hit its highest peak ever on Steam ...

Mortal Kombat creator would like to see his characters in ...

The mind behind Mortal Kombat has a desire in common with a good slice of gamers: a collaboration with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Like...

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