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Dead Rising 2: Case Zero review: Undead and loving it

Dead Rising 2: Case Zero is kind of difficult to judge. While it is a standalone title, it's not really a full game per se. It is, essentially, DLC for a game that hasn't been released yet, an extension of Dead Rising 2. Of course, no one has had that experience yet, meaning that Case Zero serves...

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Capcom Gamer's Day 2007 round-up

Here's a nice, convenient round-up of our Capcom Gamer's Day '07 explosion! New games Capcom brings Rocketmen and Talisman to XBLA and PSN Capcom announces Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law Phoenix Wright: Trials and Tribulations confirmed for America Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix for XBLA...

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Phoenix Wright: Trials and Tribulations confirmed for America

Capcom has officially announced what many already expected after its beg-for-it-contest; Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trials and Tribulations is on its way to North America for September, 2007. The third game in the series offers more of the same to established fans of the DS courtroom drama....

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Capcom brings Rocketmen and Talisman to XBLA and PSN

Though it seemed like Capcom was giving Xbox Live Arcade all the love at their annual Gamers Day event, they did have two surprises up their sleeves for fans of the PlayStation Network. Rocketmen: Axis of Evil and and Talisman both represent very opposite ends of the gaming spectrum and while we...

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Capcom announces Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law

Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law to the PlayStation 2 and PSP. This revelation came on the heels of a Phoenix Wright: Trials and Tribulations presentation, so we can only assume that Harvey will follow suit when it comes to gameplay. For those not hip with the times, Harvey Birdman is an Adult...

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Capcom snags exclusive MotoGP rights for the PlayStation brand

With shades of Namco, Capcom has gone on something of an IP land grab as of late, even going as far as to snatch what was once Namco's. Capcom has officially secured the exlusive rights to the MotoGP license for use with the PlayStation brand until the year 2012. What this means is that while no...

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It's official: Lost Planet finds PC gamers

Capcom signaled its self-described return to more frequent PC releases by officially announcing a PC version of Lost Planet: Extreme Condition for June. The Windows XP and Vista game will support DirectX 10 for gamers with those shiny video cards, but DirectX 9 players are also invited into the...

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Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix for XBLA and PSN announced

With 13 years of competitive play under its belt and counting, Super Street Fighter II Turbo is widely considered to be 2-D fighting perfected. A high octane, extremely offense-minded fighter, how is it that Capcom plans to improve upon perfection? By bringing in the comic masterminds at UDON to...

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Capcom to buy/sell IP, publish games with global approach

As part of a long presentation to captive game writers, Capcom discussed its business plans for the future. We'd normally drift off to sweet dreams about Harvey Birdman, but head of research and development, Keiji Inafune woke our gaming hearts by contrasting Capcom with the current, big-on-budget,...

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Joystiq hands-on: Project Treasure Island Z (Wii)

Officially unveiled at Capcom's San Francisco Gamer's Day, Project Treasure Island Z is scheduled for a Fall, 2007 Wii release. (The title's name may change before then.) The adventure/puzzle game is based on many -- Capcom says 80 -- different Wii Remote gestures, like twisting keys and scooping...

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