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News: Mega Man X4 and X5 Coming to PS3 and PS Vita Next Month

Mega Man X4 and X5 Coming to PS3 and PS Vita Next Month

That's mega, man

Sound the good news klaxon: Mega Man X4 and Mega Man X5, both of which originally released on the PSone, are coming to modern consoles this September. The PlayStation 3 and PS Vita will both be getting the much-loved pair in a move that's sure to delight Capcom fans and masochists the world over. Surprisingly, the release dates,...

News: Oh No, There's a Resident Evil Television Show in the Works

Oh No, There's a Resident Evil Television Show in the Works

Bet it'll be dead bad

For many, Resident Evil has already been butchered beyond recognition. Ignore the mixed quality of Capcom’s recent outings, and you’re still left with the weird Milla Jovovich movies and terrible CG flicks. What could possibly be worse than all of the above, though? Well, a television show based upon the survival horror...

News: Fancy a Jill Sandwich? The Original Resident Evil Spooks PS4 in 1080p

Fancy a Jill Sandwich? The Original Resident Evil Spooks PS4 in 1080p

Return to Raccoon City

Resident Evil is set to return early next year on the PlayStation 4, as part of a re-mastered edition of the GameCube’s well regarded REmake. Rumoured earlier in the week, the title has now been officially confirmed by Capcom, and will launch early next year on both the PlayStation 3 and Sony’s next-gen machine...

News: Some People Still Can't Get Enough of Chris Redfield's Biceps in Resident Evil 5

Some People Still Can't Get Enough of Chris Redfield's Biceps in Resident Evil 5

Punch that rock really hard

It’s hard to believe, but Resident Evil 5 released to mixed responses over five years ago. Despite that, the PlayStation 3 survival horror is still moving units, with Capcom’s latest financial report showing that the divisive title shifted around 100,000 copies in the quarter spanning April through June...

Review: Ultra Street Fighter IV (PlayStation 3)

Ultra Street Fighter IV (PlayStation 3)

Shoryuken handle it?

Street Fighter has long been one of the most popular fighting games in the genre, with title releases on just about every platform since 1987. The most recent Street Fighter IV demonstrates Capcom’s commitment to keeping the series alive, with a staggering five iterations on the original build making Ultra Street Fighter IV...

E3 2014: Free PS4 Exclusive Deep Down Still Looks Gorgeous in This E3 Trailer

Free PS4 Exclusive Deep Down Still Looks Gorgeous in This E3 Trailer

Release date still uncomfirmed

Free-to-play dungeon crawler Deep Down may not have been present for Sony's big E3 press conference, but rest assured, the Japanese giant hasn't forgotten about the game. A new trailer has recently been released which shows off various different locations in the title, narrated by an incredibly dramatic voice-over...

News: Who's the Latest Challenger to Enter the Ring in Ultra Street Fighter IV?

Who's the Latest Challenger to Enter the Ring in Ultra Street Fighter IV?

Sharpen up your skills

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s Decapre – the fifth new fighter to arrive as part of upcoming update Ultra Street Fighter IV. First seen in Street Fighter Alpha 3 as one of antagonist M. Bison’s dolls, the catty character is set to unsheathe her claws later this year on the PlayStation 3. She’ll be joined by...

News: Share Your Resident Evil Memories to S.T.A.R. in an Upcoming Capcom Game

Share Your Resident Evil Memories to S.T.A.R. in an Upcoming Capcom Game

Pick your braaains

While the franchise may have infected other platforms, the PlayStation will always represent Resident Evil's true home. New fan or old, we're sure that you have plenty of fond memories that have kept you up at night. And Capcom UK would like you to share your terrifying experiences to stand a chance of winning a cameo in an...

News: Not Everyone Will Appreciate the Importance of This Ultra Street Fighter IV Feature

Not Everyone Will Appreciate the Importance of This Ultra Street Fighter IV Feature

Going through changes

Street Fighter can be a bit daunting. It’s easy to have fun mashing buttons and throwing fireballs, but once you delve a little deeper into the series, the discussion centres on frame counting and character balance. As such, we’re not entirely convinced everyone’s going to be able to appreciate Ultra Street Fighter IV’s...

Review: Strider (PlayStation 4)

Strider (PlayStation 4)

Escape from the city

Frantic, split-second action is what the Strider franchise is all about, and with developer Double Helix's newest entry into the beloved series, fans will be glad to hear that the hectic feel of the older games has been recreated well. The question is: can ageing hero Strider Hiryu maintain the pace with newer sidescrollers?...

Review: Dustforce (PlayStation Network - Vita)

Dustforce (PlayStation Network - Vita)

Deep clean

Have you ever wondered why there’s not a game about dusting? Ponder no more, because developer Hitbox – with the aid of publisher Capcom – has released Dustforce, a platformer built around the idea of everyone’s least favourite household chore. While the premise isn’t full-on Freddie Mercury in that one Queen video, this slick...

News: Strider Barrages Us with a Release Date, Pricing, and Customisation Details

Strider Barrages Us with a Release Date, Pricing, and Customisation Details

As quick as you like

Over on Capcom's official Facebook page, the Japanese publisher has let rip with a bounty of new information regarding the upcoming return of Strider. The post states that the game will be slashing its way to Europe on 19th February, where it will cost €14.99 / £11.99. It also goes on to detail several newly revealed modes,...