Capcom's Resident Evil and Valve's Left 4 Dead are about to get a little mixed up, with characters and enemies from each of the games making cameo appearances.
Capcom has officially revealed details on the upcoming Wii U version of Resident Evil: Revelations.
Valve and Capcom have announced that Resident Evil 6 and Left 4 Dead 2 will crossover in exculsive content for both PC versions of the games.
It's not a good day for Mega Man fans, as Neowiz has officially announced that is has cancelled Mega Man Online.
The third entry in the Lost Planet series was originally set for an early 2013 release. However, Capcom has just announced that Lost Planet 3 will instead be arriving on June 25th in North America and June 28th in Europe.
PAX East, the annual gathering of game developers and fans in Boston, is set to kick off on March 22. While we can expect a lot of interesting gaming news out of the expo, two studios in particular have stated that they'll be making some pretty big announcements.
Capcom has announced the popular Bloody Palace mode for DmC: Devil May Cry will be available on Feb. 20.
Since the revolutionary "Resident Evil 4," Capcom's noted franchise has placed greater emphasis on action gameplay. The approach has created a deal of controversy from fans and critics; many favor the approach, but the others resent the franchise's move away from its horror roots. "Resident Evil 6"drew some of the worst reviews in the franchise and it seems that Capcom has finally come to terms with the fact that the company's current direction with the franchise may not be the right now.
Ninja Theory's Devil May Cry reboot stirred a hornets' nest when the developer revealed a redesigned Dante, and endured further flak from fans who were unsatisfied with the tweaked combat system alongside a 30 frames-per-second gameplay speed.
Nintendo fans hoping to get "Resident Evil 6" on the Wii U will have to continue waiting, but Capcom is offering up a solid consolation prize; possibly a better one than "RE6."
The review embargo for the DmC Devil May Cry reviews is set to end in the next few days, but reviews are starting to leak online. Famitsu was the third review to show up on the internet, but now UK Publications The Sun and The Guardian have also posted their views on the upcoming Ninja Theory title.
Ninja Theory's "DmC Devil May Cry" is one of the most anticipated games of the year and the controversy surrounding the game is only likely to increase as more gamers give the title a try. A few gamers have already gotten their hands on the title and have revealed the ending of the game.
DmC Devil May Cry is one of the most controversial games of the year. The title has not yet been released but fans of the series have found numerous reasons to complain about the title including a sex scene and the box art. The critics have been far more complementary to this point, but a review from noted Japanese publication Famitsu could begin a wave of negative buzz for the game.
DmC:Devil May Cry is Capcom's next major title and the details on the game are slowly being revealed.
The new remake of the popular Devil May Cry series has sparked a great deal of controversy since it was announced.