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Nostalgic 8-bit legend "DuckTales" returns, as Capcom reintroduces Scrooge McDuck and company to a new generation of players in hi-def remake "DuckTales Remastered."
Capcom's annual Comic-Con International panel offered insight into the developer's list of anticipated projects, it was the surprise announcement of a new game for Strider Hiryu that got fans buzzing.
CBR News spoke with "Remember Me" developer Dontnod and publisher Capcom about what makes its handling of characters' memories such a step forward in the art of telling stories through games.
Concept artwork for a never-released EA Chicago-produced follow-up to "Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects" has appeared online, suggesting possible improvements to the poorly received brawler.
CBR spoke with voice actor Matthew Mercer at Capcom's "Resident Evil 6" launch party about playing the game's protagonist, updated gameplay and recording bizarre death sequences.
Capcom brings back the original "Marvel vs. Capcom" and "Marvel Superheroes" in "Marvel vs. Capcom Origins, a splendid virtual collection for Xbox Live and PlayStation Network.
Capcom released new information on a number of hotly anticipated games at its CCI 2012 World of Capcom panel including "DMC," "Resident Evil 6" and HD remakes for several of its classic franchises.
Archie Comics discussed the upcoming comics crossover between gaming icons Sonic the Hedgehog and Mega Man and teased future developments for both characters during a special at CCI 2012.
"Marvel Vs. Capcom Origins," "Deadpool," and "Avengers: Battle For Earth" were just a few of the new titles discussed at Marvel's video game panel at Comic-Con International.
Ken, Ryu and Akuma will make their live-action television debut in "Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist," a series created by the duo behind the popular fan film "Street Fighter: Legacy."
Sega and Capcom's iconic video game characters Sonic the Hedgehog and Mega Man collide in next year's 12-part crossover from Archie Comics and the writer of both characters' ongoing series, Ian Flynn.
PRESS RELEASE: Capcom Releases "Marvel VS. Capcom Origins" Announce Trailer, Whilce Portacio Cover Art
PRESS RELEASE: UDON's "Marvel vs. Capcom: Official Complete Works" Artbook Debuts at Comic-Con International
CBR News has a hands-on report from a recent Capcom event featuring playable demos for "Lost Planet 3," Street Fighter X Tekken" for the Vita and "DmC Devil May Cry."
Capcom brings its classic fighting game "Marvel vs. Capcom 2" to Apple's App Store this week, allowing iPhone, iPod and iPad users to pit Iron Man and Captain America against Ryu, Mega Man and more.
Capcom brings the battle to PlayStation Vita in "Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3" with a full character roster and online battles on February 15.
From now through February, Capcom will offer players special skins to dress up their favorite superheroes and villains in the newly-released "Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3" fighter.
From Rocket Raccoon to Nemesis, CBR breaks down each of the new fighters in Capcom's updated brawler, and explains how best to use them. This is the guide to dominate your opponents.
Marvel VP of Games Production Todd Jefferson spoke with CBR about the story behind "Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3," the reluctant decision to exclude some fan-favorite characters in the game and more.
Marvel has announced that a video game will arrive alongside "The Avengers" film, but who's working on it? CBR has some ideas for who we'd like to see bring Earth's Mightiest Heroes to consoles.
Two new characters join the battle in "Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3," Galactus gets his hands dirty and heroes become heralds of the Devourer of Worlds in the November-releasing game.
Fans were treated to a peak at "Ultimate Marvel Versus Capcom 3" during Capcom's Fight Club event where fans received hands-on time with the game while watching pro-gamers battle with the title's's new combatants.
In addition to the Immortal Iron Fist and "Devil May Cry's" Vergil, Capcom revealed a breathtaking new cinematic trailer for "Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom" 3 at the Tokyo Game Show.
Stemming fan unrest about the release of "Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3" so soon after the franchise's last installment, Capcom shows how the new game is more than just a fresh coat of paint on the previous model.
A magical Marvel character and a terrorizing, hulking menace join a growing roster as Doctor Strange and Nemesis step onto the battlefield of "Ultimate Marvel Vs Capcom 3."
Capcom takes you for a wild ride with "Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3," upping the ante with 12 new characters, tons of tweaks and a new Spectator mode.
New characters, new alternate costumes and a tribute to "War of the Gems" make "Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3" a video game love letter to fans
Having spent innumerable hours whittling away at the list, CBR presents our Top Ten Comic Book Video Games of all time, featuring "Marvel Vs. Capcom 2," "Spider-Man 2," "Batman: Arkham Asylum" and more!
With so many comic book-based video games over the years, it's hard to pick the best -- so CBR has done it for you with our list of the 10 most replayable comic games of all time!
The long-awaited sequel unleashes mayhem on the masses as old-school side-scrolling battles give way to deep combat in "Marvel Vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds," providing players a vibrant, graphical delight.
Capcom has released video and screengrabs of the final boss in "Marvel VS. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds" revealing the uber-villain to be none other than the devourer of worlds: Galactus!
Last week, fans and media converged on Los Angeles for an advance look at and chance to play "Marvel VS. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds," a video game a decade in the making.
Writer Ian Flynn spoke with CBR about his plans for "Mega Man," Archie Comics' April-launching ongoing series based on Capcom's famous robotic hero with the goal of recreating the feel of the classic games.
Capcom and Marvel Entertainment have revealed two new playable characters joining the fray in the heavily anticipated "Marvel vs. Capcom 3" -- Sentinel and Hsien-ko!
Archie Comics announced a host of new initiatives at New York Comic Con, including a Mega Man comic, a Kevin Keller miniseries and revamps and relaunches of classic characters from the publisher's vaults.