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Capcom Breaks Down Resident Evil Revelations 2′s Updated Raid Mode

Resident Evil Revelations 2 producer Michiteru Okabe explains the assorted changes coming to Raid mode.

The run and gun mode that appeared in the first Revelations will be making a return. When the first episode launches, it will come included with a handful of offline Raid levels. Online will be added shortly after the game's final episode releases, and each new episode will add new levels. There will be 15 playable characters, new maps, and new weapons from the first Revelations' Raide mode. You can't find more details about the mode (along with gameplay) in the video below, or by heading here.

Episode one of a planned four episodes launches February 24.

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Marvel Vs. Capcom Spidey Gets Knocked Out In Marvel’s Spider-Verse #2

Forgive the multiple comic book stories tonight, but this one was too good to ignore. Marvel brought together a number of different incarnations of Spider-Man for an event called Spider-Verse, opening up the door to all sorts of clever nods.

The premise is that the villain Morlun is hunting all of the Spider Totems across the multiverse. In response, the Spideys team up and fight back.

There have been jokes about Spider-Man’s broadway appearance in Turn Out the Dark, the old Electric Company episodes, Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield, and (of course) an appearance by the Porktaculuar Spider-Ham. Today, we were made aware of the appearance of one of the many versions of the character that have appeared in gaming.

The page above comes from Spider-Verse #2 (out today), written by Dan Slott, artist Kris Anka, and colorist Chris Sotomayor. If you’ve ever wondered in which plane of the Marvel multiverse Capcom fight games take place, ponder no more. It’s Earth-30847.

Thanks for taking us for a ride, gentlemen.

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Capcom moves DmC Definitive Edition launch forward one week

Maybe Dante skipped breakfast, or maybe demonic construction on his demonic commute wasn’t so bad this morning. Whatever the reason, Capcom’s remastered action game DmC Definitive Edition is arriving a week earlier than expected.

As we mentioned las…
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Capcom lowers sales expectations for the year due to game delays

Capcom has cut its predicted year-end sales figure by 15 billion yen due to delays in launching new pachinko machines and “mid-range titles” in its Digital Contents business. …

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Capcom drops sales forecasts ahead of year-end results

Capcom revised its consolidated earnings forecast for the fiscal year ending on March 31, lowering its net sales expectations from 80,000 million yen ($ 673 million) to 65,000 million yen ($ 547 million). The change represents an 18.75 percent decline,…
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Marvel vs. Capcom Origins leaving online storefronts soon

Marvel vs. Capcom Origins is retiring from online storefronts later this year, in the hopes of living a normal life free from superpowers, arch-villains and all that fun stuff.

Capcom announced the crossover compilation goes off sale from PSN on Dec…
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Street Fighter 5 trailer teases Charlie’s return, Capcom Cup 2015 pool mounds to $500,000

You might recognize pieces of the above Street Fighter 5 trailer from earlier this week, but unless you were watching the Capcom Cup last night, you haven’t seen the teased return of Charlie that starts around the 1:20 mark. Charlie threw his first p…
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Capcom vet leads Japanese hitmaker Gumi’s expansion into Canada

This week the Japanese mobile game giant made good on its global expansion plans with the launch of its second Western office, a development studio led by a Capcom expat in British Columbia, Canada. …

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Square Enix Character Designer Tetsuya Nomura Teams With Capcom For Monster Hunter 4 Figure

Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts character designer Tetsuya Nomura must have found a new passion in collectible design, because Square Enix has showcased another of his collaboration creations.

During New York Comic Con, we saw his take on DC's Catwoman, and at San Diego Comic Con we saw his take on Batman. Above, you will see his collaboration with Capcom for a Monster Hunter 4 figure.

The image above was tweeted out by Hidemi Matsuzuka, director of the Square Enix figure brand, and that was all that was shared, unfortunately – just the image. As far as when it will be available and how much it will set you back, etc., we'll have to wait to find out more.

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Report: Capcom aims patent infringment suit at Koei Tecmo

Capcom has filed suit against Koei Tecmo alleging that the Dynasty Warriors publisher infringed on key Capcom patents in recent games, according to a Sankei report translated by Siliconera.

The patent in question refers to backwards compatible…
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