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Capcom’s TGS 2017 lineup

Posted on September 7, 2017 by (@OnePunchMaz) in 3DS, News, Switch

Following several other developers and publishers, Capcom has now also revealed its lineup of games for the upcoming Tokyo Game Show, which starts in two weeks (thanks to Gematsu for the translation). Capcom isn’t bringing a whole lot of games in general, and only three that are on Nintendo systems – Monster Hunter Stories, to showcase its 1.2 update, and both Resident Evil Revelations and Resident Evil Revelations 2 on Switch, all of which will be playable on the show floor.

  • Dead Rising 4: Frank’s Big Package (PS4) – Playable
  • Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite (PS4, XBO, PC) – Playable (Family Game Park), Stage
  • Monster Hunter Stories Ver. 1.2 Renewal Edition (3DS) – Playable (Family Game Park), Stage
  • Monster Hunter: World (PS4) – Playable, Stage
  • Resident Evil 7: biohazard Gold Edition (PS4, XBO, PC) – Stage
  • Resident Evil Revelations (Switch) – Playable, Stage
  • Resident Evil Revelations 2 (Switch) – Playable, Stage

A bit more interesting is the program Capcom has put together for its stage show, which will be livestreamed on Niconico. The Ace Attorney segment on September 23rd might be one to watch out for – new games are often announced during shows like this, though obviously it’s far from certain. The same goes for the Mega Man 30th anniversary segment on September 24th – hopefully we’ll get the Legacy Collection 2 on Switch.

September 21

  • 20:00 – Capcom TV! TGS 2017 Special – Featuring Yoshiyuki Hirai (America Zarigani), Chocolat Ikeda, Ayana, The Touch (Kazuya Takuya), Gorgeous, and Jun Matsumoto (Capcom).

September 23

  • 10:15 to 10:25 – Opening Stage
  • 10:30 to 11:30 – Monster Hunter: World Special Stage – The developers provide a complete overview of Monster Hunter: World‘s living world and new game systems while playing the game live. New elements and different monsters will appear every day at Tokyo Game Show 2017, so don’t miss it. Featuring Ryozo Tsujimoto (producer), Kaname Fujioka (executive director and art director), and Yuya Tokuda (director).
  • 11:30 to 11:40 – Monster Hunter: World Booth Talk
  • 12:00 to 12:45 – Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite Special Stage – Marvel and Capcom fan Gorgeous uses his vast knowledge in a battle against the Capcom development team. Featuring Tomoaki Ayano (promotion producer) and guest Gorgeous (performer).
  • 12:45 to 12:55 – Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite Booth Report
  • 13:30 to 14:15 – Toraware no Palm One Year Anniversary Special Stage – Toraware no Palm has welcomed its one year anniversary and new developments have begun. The latest information, including special meetings and virtual reality meetings, one year anniversary goods, and more. Featuring Yoshiaki Hirabayashi (producer) and guest Yuichiro Umehara (Haruto voice actor).
  • 14:15 to 14:25 – Toraware no Palm Booth Report
  • 14:50 to 15:35 – Ace Attorney Series Special Courtroom 2017 – Featuring Motohide Eshiro (producer) and guest Kenn (Apollo Justice voice actor).
  • 15:35 to 15:50 – Ace Attorney Series Studio Talk
  • 16:00 to 16:45 – Dragon’s Dogma Series 5th Anniversary Special Stage – Featuring Hiroyuki Kobayashi (executive producer), Minae Matsukawa (producer), Kento Kinoshita (director), and guests Hiroki Yasumoto (voice actor), Ryota Osaka (voice actor), and Raychell (singer).
  • 16:45 to 17:00 – End Talk

September 24

  • 10:35 to 10:45 – Opening Stage
  • 10:50 to 11:35 – Monster Hunter Stories Special Stage – A talk show featuring the voice actors of Lute and Cheval from the Monster Hunte Stories: Ride On TV anime. There may even be new information about the Monster Hunter Stories 3DS game. Featuring Ryozo Tsujimoto (executive producer) and guests Mutsumi Tamura (Lute voice actress) and Ryota Osaka (Cheval voice actor).
  • 11:40 to 11:50 – Monster Hunter Stories Studio Talk
  • 12:00 to 13:00 – Resident Evil Special Stage – For Resident Evil 7: biohazard, this stage will focus on the newly announced Gold Edition and free “Not a Hero” downloadable content. Additionally, there will be live gameplay of Resident Evil Revelations for Switch. Featuring Tsuyoshi Kanda (producer) and guest Ruriko Aoki (voice actress).
  • 13:00 to 13:10 – Resident Evil Booth Talk
  • 13:30 to 14:00 – Capcom TV! TGS Special
  • 14:20 to 15:05 – Mega Man‘s 30th Anniversary is Almost Here! Stage – In December, the Mega Man series will reach its 30th anniversary. As we look towards the nearly here memorial year, we’ll look back on the Mega Man titles released so far and deliver the latest 30th anniversary celebration information. Featuring Kazuhiro Tsuchiya (producer) and guests America Zarigani, Chocolat Ikeda, and Ayana.
  • 15:05 to 15:15 – Mega Man Studio Talk
  • 15:30 to 16:30 – Monster Hunter: World Special Stage – The developers provide a complete overview of Monster Hunter: World‘s living world and new game systems while playing the game live. New elements and different monsters will appear every day at Tokyo Game Show 2017, so don’t miss it. Featuring Ryozo Tsujimoto (producer), Kaname Fujioka (executive director and art director), and Yuya Tokuda (director).
  • 16:45 to 17:00 – End Talk

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  • Man

    So they want to show their functions.

  • Busterblade

    Wow, colour me surprised that they actually want to talk about Stories. I thought they treated that like a throw-away, considering how it took Nintendo themselves to get it here, and it didn’t sell well in Japan.

    • Evan Gustavson

      Hmm… I was going to bring up the fact that it’s the TOKYO game show as a counterarguement to the fact that it barely even made it OVERSEAS, but then I noticed you said that it didn’t do too well in Japan in the first place. So capcom is just being capcom.
      Inconsistent and erratic.

    • Supporter

      Yeah, it seems like Capcom will support the game a bit in Japan, but for international audiences, they don’t care.

  • Locky Mavo

    I know is the TGS, so it’s in Japan, but someone had better ask Capcom, why the Switch ain’t getting MH World and why they haven’t localized MHXX in the west, and Capcom better give a damn good reason.

    • Busterblade

      I expect Capcom to have their head so far up their own bum, that they can only echo the sound of their farts through their mouth.

    • Supporter

      “Also, if we’re getting the MH stories amiibo in the west too.”

      Just like the BoxBoy that didn’t come to the west with no explanation, I doubt these will come over either at this point.

  • Supporter

    Mega Man 30th anniversary talk? Awesome!

  • metalpants

    PS4, XBO, PC: Brand new games

    3DS: Brand new game

    Switch: Brand new port

    ( •_•)……. ( _ _)

  • Tjnswitch

    Just express ordered my MHXX Switch import ! Pretty sure its not coming here at this point anytime soon within the next 8 months (AT ALL). MHW just doesn’t look the same and hell nor does MHS (at all). I’ll be using my knowledge of the series menu style/icons and google scan-translate app to help navigate through the game until some 12 year old wizard comes out with a nifty patch. I noticed the price of MHXX import is increasing on a weekly basis….so you might want to get one soon. This isn’t the first time i’ve had to import a MH game from japan, but at least i can still retain focus on one region free console thank God/Satan !

  • Tjnswitch

    I can def. see SOME kind of Mega Man collection making its way to Switch. Mighty GunVolt Burst is a great legacy game for Mega Man in the mean time …its so much funner than i gave it credit for.

  • chancetime

    To the people hoping for MHXX: They’re putting a huge focus on MHWorld this TGS with information being revealed every day. I really doubt they’re gonna take away from their biiiig new project and talk about a Switch localisaiton, at least not at TGS.

    As someone who wants both World and XX its frustrating to see one elevated and one basically ignored…