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Jeremy contemplates the intricate web of great game design and complex personal experiences that keeps him coming back to this NES classic.
Capcom puts in the due diligence to make sure that Dead Rising 3 has a solid port on PC.
Capcom updates the Street Fighter IV series with a new entry, new characters, and new modes. Is it enough to keep fans entertained and bring lapsed players back?
10 years after Game Boy revolutionized portable games, its creator took a swing at creating a faithful follow-up.
A game that hasn't come out in the West yet is now Capcom's sixth best-selling game.
Ever wished Resident Evil 2 played more like Resident Evil 4? Take a look at these demo videos.
Capcom readies Street Fighter IV for its final battle. We chat to the pros about what the new version's changes bring to the competitive scene.
Eurogamer's Wesley Yin-Poole interviews its creator Ryozo Tsujimoto to find out.
Eurogamer contributor Matt Edwards looks back at five years of one of the fighting genre's greats with Ono, Killian and the SF4 community.
Resident Evil 4 gets the ultimate graphical upgrade, but the controls are a half-step back.
Ada's "Separate Ways" story hasn't had quite the same level of spit and polish as the main game.
The game streaming service grew immensely last year.
The Blue Bomber is a big hit on Kickstarter.
Strider doesn't need to conjure memories of Symphony of the Night to succeed on its own merits??, says Kat Bailey.
A new generation of zombies has arisen on Xbox One, and they're some ugly-looking sons of a gun.
Will the mobile market kill off consoles and handhelds? Recent trends suggest it's nowhere near that simple.
We look back on their Mega Drive memories to celebrate 25 years of Sega's 16-bit wonder.
Back when the Nintendo Entertainment System was new and untested, these amazing releases helped make it the console every kid wanted to own.
This upcoming PlayStation 4 adventure certainly wears its influences on its armored sleeves.
...as a Korean free-to-play online platform RPG, currently up for voting on Steam Greenlight? What's going on?
Capcom probably won't be happy about Inafune's new game, but the law's not on their side.
Digital Foundry's John Linneman explores the drastic effect the recent Zone of the Enders HD patch had on performance.
Capcom promises that the "bloated" Resident Evil 6 is not the direction for the series going forward.
When was the last time a game actually made you jolt in fear? Pete ponders this evolution of the horror genre.
Plenty of great things happened in 2013, but as you can probably guess from the title - that's not what we're talking about here. Nope. This is all about the bad stuff. The disappointments. The disasters. The dreadful decisions.
Marvel vs. Capcom draws the most concurrent users on Evo streams, DM MCZ Xian walks away with the SSFIV crown.
A new studio, headed up by a veteran of the Xbox project, aims to create games that are driven primarily by sound.
Credit Capcom Vancouver for taking a fresh approach to the series, but will the next Dead Rising ignore the qualities that made the first two great?
Mega Man's inclusion on the Super Smash Bros. roster may hint that Capcom's robot is set to rise again.
"Xenogears, that's the type of game that relieves my fears." We're right there with you, Del.
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