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Recently revealed Vita games already cancelled (good thing they were fake!) [update]

Update: It turns out that three of the games were fakes made by a 4Chan forum user, though Monster Hunter 3 is still listed on Play.com. You got us, forum dude! And we're sorry. Original piece: Play.com has outed Monster Hunter Portable 3, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Nights, Tales of Innocence R...

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Capcom sales fall in 1st fiscal quarter, income rises

Capcom has reported financial results for its first fiscal quarter of 2011, which ended June 30. The company reported sales of ¥11.95 billion ($153.7 million), down from ¥19.04 billion ($244.91 million) during the same period last year -- a 37 percent decrease. Despite the dip in sales,...

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'PSP Remaster' series coming to PS3 in Japan, starting with Monster Hunter Portable 3rd

In the wee hours of the morning, Sony Computer Entertainment announced a program which could make several of its popular properties even more profitable: A "PSP Remaster" series, which will port select PSP titles to Blu-ray on PS3. The first entry in the series, which has only been confirmed for...

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Capcom profits soar with help from record AAA game sales

Good ol' video games came through for Capcom over the twelve months ending March 31, 2011. The company reported "a history-making milestone" of five million-seller titles in the period, with Monster Hunter Freedom 3 (4.6 million units shipped) leading the pack. Additionally, Dead Rising 2 (2.2M...

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Capcom web show shows off Captivate 2011 titles

Capcom Japan PR and Marketing exec Ryosuke Hagiwara recently used an episode of his web show, Hagi Toko, as a platform to show off some of the company's games demoed at Captivate 2011. Catch a glimpse of SSFIV: Arcade Edition, Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D and more in the video posted below!...

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Monster Hunter again captures 'center stage' in Capcom 9-month fiscal report

At this time last year, Capcom was thanking Monster Hunter Tri for helping the company boost its 2009 year-end financial results. Today, Capcom heralded the monstrous shipments of Monster Hunter Freedom 3 that closed out 2010 and propelled the publisher's profits up nearly 300 percent in a...

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Oh no, it's real-life Monster Hunter food

Japan's insatiable hunger for Monster Hunter can only be cured with ... actual food, inspired by Monster Hunter. Chain restaurant Anrakun is preparing a special menu of four dishes inspired by Capcom's multiplayer hack 'n slash, including a "cow bone" (pictured left) and boney sausages (pictured...

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Metal Gear Solid sneaks into Monster Hunter once again

Solid Snake's struggles against enemies 4,000 times larger than himself are far from over -- Capcom and Konami have teamed up once again to put Metal Gear Solid characters into Monster Hunter Portable 3rd. Check out Snake above and The Boss below, both of whom will hit Japan on January 22....

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Monster Hunter Portable 3rd on track to be Capcom's top-seller in 2010 fiscal year

Capcom has shipped another million copies of Monster Hunter Portable 3rd, bringing the total to four million since the game's December 1 release in Japan. It's not only the PSP's fastest-selling title ever, but looks to be Capcom's top-selling title of the 2010 fiscal year (ending Match 31, 2011)....

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PSP is Japan's best-selling console of 2010, Pokemon Black/White the top game

You could probably guess the two best-selling games in Japan this year: Pokemon Black and White and Monster Hunter Portable 3rd. The DS monster collecting adventure and the PSP monster murder adventure sold 4,734,064 and 3,163,750 units respectively, according to a year-end report by ASCII. Monster...

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