Capcom produces its lowest annual revenue total in ten years

Capcom has reported its full year financial results for its fiscal 2014, which show a YOY decline of 37 per cent for the publisher.

The company brought in $538m during the period between April 1st, 2014 and March 31st, 2015. That’s the lowest annual revenue total for Capcom since 2004.

Monster Hunter 4G and its Ultimate counterpart shipped 3m units as of February, but beyond that Capcom only mentioned commercial success for Ultra Street Fighter IV and Dead Rising 3. The aging pair of releases have maintained strong numbers largely via digital sales.

Capcom did add that Resident Evil: Revelations 2 – which launched near the end of the company’s fiscal 2014 – is off to a strong start to be a million seller.”

The company also mentioned an absence of successful new products for mobile, something the company had significant expectations for over the past few years.

All that said, major improvements in efficiency and costs of production has the firm’s net income up 92.1 per cent to $55m.

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