Tag Archives: Capcom

Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition review
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Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition review

Just when you thought Devil May Cry had gotten confusing enough, Capcom decides to re-release an instalment first seen in 2008. Two and a half years ago this entire series was rebooted with a new variation of the lead character, a new development studio and a seemingly new path to...

Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate review
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Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate review

From its opening scene, which forces you into a naval battle against a massive sea beast and sees you crawling on its back at one point, it’s clear that Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate is trying to offer something different to its predecessors. Granted, its underlying aim remains the same: as...

Resident Evil Revelations 2 Episodes 1-4 review
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Resident Evil Revelations 2 Episodes 1-4 review

Capcom has genuinely been listening to fans of the Resident Evil series for years now, but it hasn’t been until Resident Evil Revelations 2 that this has become startlingly apparent. The obvious additions like an ability to actually move – strafing, crouching and so on – have been around a...

Five things about… Resident Evil Revelations 2

How do you stop a haemorrhaging franchise losing any more fans? If you’re Capcom, you launch a 3DS game that’s actually quite far removed from the main series… but in doing so accidentally create a critically-acclaimed splinter that out performs the last few core releases of your game. The episodic...

Resident Evil HD review
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Resident Evil HD review

We’ve reached peak remake – this Resident Evil is a remake of Resident Evil, itself a remake of Resident Evil. The singularity is here. The world ends now. Well, that or we get to once again play through one of gaming’s greatest ever remakes – the GameCube version of Resident...

Ultra Street Fighter 4 review
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Ultra Street Fighter 4 review

Perhaps the greatest myth surrounding Street Fighter 4 was that it was somehow more accessible than its predecessors. The game certainly revitalised the fighting game market by reviving recognisable characters in a visually appealing game with a familiar feel, but with a Super bar, an Ultra bar, Focus attacks and...

Dead Rising 3 review

Dead Rising 3 brings a knockabout jocularity to the launch line-up of Xbox One. The best next-gen game to date? Find out in the games™ review…