Posts Tagged Capcom
Capcom recently announced they are releasing fragrances based on their videogame characters starting with Mega Man and Proto Man. I decided to have a little fun and created a commercial for their next fragrance: L’Eau de Rufus.
Come on Capcom, make it happen!
Devil May Cry has been given a reboot and the new Dante has not gone down well with the hardcore fans who were quick to judge like a father with his daughter’s new boyfriend. So when I got a chance to try out the new reboot I was apprehensive myself to see if their concerns are as bad as feared or if they should not be worried by Ninja Theory’s intentions.
Capcom brings both Resident Evil Umbrella Chronicles and Darkside Chronicles to PlayStation 3 in one terrifying combination for Resident Evil fans. Explore your favorite scenes and moments from Resident Evil history, and experience new adventures that expand on the rich history of the Resident Evil franchise. With Trophy and Move support, as well as a new 720p presentation, you can now dive back into the action to try and stop the Umbrella Corporation once and for all.
Nowadays it seems as if developers and game publishers are running out of ideas. I’m pretty sure not all of you agree to that statement, however Capcom revealed today that they will be re-releasing the original Marvel Vs. Capcom games in the form of a PlayStation Network download. It promises to have online play, spectator mode, and totally upgraded HD graphics.
Here is the press release in its entirely:
Ōkami, a highly artistic Japanese action/adventure game, is soon heading to the PS3. As stated in the post title, the game does include Move support (similar to the Wii version), but with HD graphics. Here’s a synopsis of the title:
Okami HD has the player take on the role of Amaterasu, the Japanese sun goddess, who inhabits the form of a wolf. After a tyrannical monster, Orochi, turns the world into a ruined, colorless wasteland, Amaterasu must use her magical abilities to restore the land to its previous glory and defeat the demon in charge of the destruction.
Based off of the trailer above, it’s still a great looking game, even by today’s standards, thanks to said HD treatment. Given that the original PS2 version released on the dawn of the PS3 launch, how many of you missed out on this game? If you have played it before, not only will purchasing this title be a feast for your eyes, but there is also 51 trophies (including a Platinum) for you trophy hunters out there. You can expect to see this title available on PSN this Fall in North America and Europe.