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Inafune: Japan’s making awful games

Keiji Inafune, Capcom’s global head of R&D, has in a new interview made it clear his Japan is finished” statement from Tokyo Game Show 2009 made one year ago was not a misquote. Speaking to the New York Times some twelve months later, Inafune reiterated this belief. I look around …

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Big names headline London Games Conference

Luminaries from some of the most innovative and important companies in the games market have been confirmed for the London Games Conference on Thursday, November 4th. The event, which takes place at BAFTA, Piccadilly, will examine the challenges in an industry that is being driven more than ever before by …

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New Devil May Cry confirmed

As had been rumoured, Capcom has revealed a fifth game in the Devil May Cry series at its Tokyo Game Show conference. Called simply DMC, is being jointly developed by Capcom and Heavenly Sword and Enslaved developer Ninja Theory. The Devil May Cry series first debuted on PS2 in 2001 …

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More digital Dead Rising on the way

Speaking at its ongoing Tokyo Game Show press conference, publisher Capcom has confirmed that a second downloadable Dead Rising game is on the way, and will also be exclusive to Xbox 360. Called Dead Rising 2: Case West, the game will star Frank West, the popular protagonist from the first …

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HMV selling Dead Rising 2 early

Having just confirmed a large number of midnight openings for Tuesday’s Xbox 360 exclusive Halo Reach, HMV has confirmed a second games offensive – it is host the official UK launch of Capcom’s zombie sequel Dead Rising 2. Furthermore, the retailer will also offer consumers a chance to buy the …

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Case Zero shatters XBLA records

Capcom has announced that Dead Rising: Case Zero has broken the record on Xbox Live for week one unit sales. The digital-only prologue to the upcoming Dead Rising 2 has seen more downloads since it launched last week than any other title posted on Microsoft’s online games service. Yesterday, Capcom …

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