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Capcom has 'no plans' to take action against fraudulent composer

Capcom does not plan to take action regarding composer Mamoru Samuragochi's recent admission that he outsourced his credited Onimusha and Resident Evil: Director's Cut soundtracks to a third party, the company confirmed in a statement to Eurogamer this week. "We at Capcom were truly surprised by...

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Teacher claiming to be Resident Evil ghost composer says Samuragochi isn't deaf

Part-time music teacher Takashi Niigaki said during a televised press conference in Tokyo that he was the ghost composer for Mamoru Samuragochi, the musician credited with scoring Resident Evil and Onimusha, among numerous famous symphonies. Samuragochi, known as "Japan's Beethoven," admitted this ...

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Resident Evil, Onimusha soundtrack creator hired a ghost composer

Japanese musician Mamoru Samuragochi has admitted to hiring a ghost composer to assist in scoring the soundtracks for Onimusha, Resident Evil: Director's Cut, and other works that he previously claimed to have written himself. Samuragochi, whom Time magazine once described as a "digital-age Beet...

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Capcom explains absence of new Dino Crisis and Onimusha titles

To say Onimusha and Dino Crisis are on the back burner at Capcom could be an understatement. They're probably not even at Capcom and likely at the appliance store, sitting in the back playing cards, waiting to deliver the actual oven. In short: we haven't seen 'em and we're not sure when we will ag...

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Capcom dates Clock Tower, Onimusha movies

This past Tuesday marked Capcom's 25th anniversary -- my how the time flies. However, instead of celebrating by taking body shots off of Kristin Kreuk, the company commemorated the milestone by attaching dates to upcoming film versions of two of its existing franchises. According to a post on Capc...

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Onimusha film starts production in April, Tekken poster revealed

After the Great Terror Wars, governments fell ... Seven corporations rose from the ashes to rule all men ... Together they were known as The Iron Fist ... The mightiest of which was ... Tekken That's the tag line featured above a metallic, bloody capital 'T' for the Tekken movie, revealed via Coming...

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Next-gen Onimusha, MegaMan Legends, and RE5 discussed

Keiji Inafune is a brilliant mastermind. Not only did he create MegaMan, but he's mulling over the possibility of making a next-gen Onimusha title, reviving the amazing MegaMan Legends franchise, and goes on to talk a bit about the changes made in Resident Evil 5. While every single one of those gam...

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Podcast Rodeo for June 10: There's A Tear in My Ear

As you can see, the old man died tragically in a fire, sacrificing not only his life but his bitchin' Grados for a stock clip art iPod in the blaze. But hey, the Rodeo continues to bravely soldier on without him. Audio ahoy! The Weekly Geek: We were originally going to write something mean about...

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Gans to direct Onimusha film

Brotherhood of the Wolf and Silent Hill director Christophe Gans will be manning the chair for a film based on Onimusha, Capcom's popular action-adventure franchise. Silent Hill had a successful weekend, and if it continues to perform well at the box office, Gans is under contract to direct its sequ...

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Capcom and Ubisoft partner to port to PC

As suspected, Capcom's mega-hit Resident Evil 4 will be making its way, from its roots on the Gamecube and subsequently the PS2, to the PC. It's not going alone though: Capcom's Onimusha 3 and Devil May Cry 3 will be along for the ride, and Ubisoft will be handling the distribution of all three ti...

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