Capcom is starting next-gen with a bang. Resident Evil Village is the eighth installment in main the Resident Evil series. Set a few years after the events of Resident Evil 7, Ethan, living a new life, is trying to get away from past nightmares. Ethan and Mia embark to a
After Capcom’s big news about expanding the Street Fighter V roster once more, it got me thinking about who would be the best final candidates for Street Fighter V. Street Fighter has a whole list of brawlers that many fans know and appreciate. I would even go on to say
Capcom has revealed the return of the Mega Man Zero series with a collection of all for Mega Man Zero titles. Megaman Zero/ZX Legacy Collection will feature Mega Man Zero games, Mega Man ZX, and Mega Man ZX Advent in one package. New players can enjoy the series with added options such
Out of nowhere, Capcom has announced that the original Devil May Cry will be making its way onto the Nintendo Switch on Twitter this morning. Not much else is known about the specifics–such as price–but will more than likely be unveiled closer to E3 last month. Relive the adventure that
On this weeks episode Next Gen Playstation 5 news has finally been revealed and we go over the details on what we can expect from what Sony has in store. Capcom getting into retro console making with their own arcade stick release and Resident Evil 3 Remake coming soon? Plus much
Nothing is more gratifying than sitting with friends, huddled around a monitor, and spazzing out over who has next on the gaming controller. Video games such as Street Fighter, Smash Bros, Tekken, and Marvel vs. Capcom (MvC) shaped some of the best moments not only in fighting game history but
Capcom has announced the return of their beloved Samurai action game Onimusha: Warlords. Onimusha: Warlords released back in 2001 on the playstation 2, introducing the world to Samanosuke Akechi and Ninja Kaede on their quest to save Princess Yuki from the evil lord Nobunaga Oda. Onimusha: Warlords has been given
Hello and welcome to Dual Pixels Radio Episode 31! We delve into old games coming to new consoles (New Super Mario Bros U (remastered) and Spyro trilogy being delayed), some Gamescom news, Vice’s puzzling article about Street Fighter V and our thoughts on the Red Dead Redemption 2 trailer. Enjoy!
Capcom has announced the release date of Devil May Cry V at Gamescom 19, with the massive amount footage thats been released. Devil May Cry V will be arriving on your Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC on March 8th, 2019. Capcom has put together a release date trailer which
Capcom has opened the floodgates for Devil May Cry V with some new footage showcasing the gameplay. Check out the footage above of Nero showcasing his new yet familiar move-set and his encounter with the boss Goliath who is a fire breathing titan. Devil May Cry V will release next
Mega Man Fans Rejoice! Mega Man X Collection will feature battles against your favorite bosses in different ways. This time adding more bosses to the fray with X Challenge. Players will now have to tackle two bosses to pump up the challenge and you have to use your wits and
Capcom and Square Enix are teaming up to bring you this epic crossover of massive proportions. You will be able to take on Final Fantasy’s Behemoth with fellow monster hunters! This epic battle will become available as a free update this Summer. Check out the crossover trailer above.