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Capcom’s latest financial results are in. The company did well overall, in large part due to Monster Hunter 4’s success. You can find a full breakdown of Capcom’s results below.

– Sales up 16.9%, sales at 53 billion yen
– Net income up 20 percent, up to 4.95 billion yen
– Monster Hunter 4 an “immediate success”
– More than 2 million copies of the game shipped for the September 14th release
– Already sold three million copies
– Resident Evil Revelations and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies “basically achieved projected sales”
– Monster Hunter Frontier G is “performing steadily”
– Capcom expects to make a tidy profit for the full financial year ending March 2014
– Resident Evil 5 has overtaken Street Fighter 2 as Capcom’s best-selling game ever
– Game has sold 6.5 million units
– Street Fighter 2 has sold 6.3 million
– Doesn’t take into account the various versions of Street Fighter 2 that Capcom released
– Resident Evil 6: 5.2 million


Two new games have been confirmed for the Japanese 3DS Virtual Console. Shining Force II (Game Gear) and Mega Man V (Game Boy) will be out on November 6. Pricing is set at 500 yen and 400 yen respectively.



Jump has revealed a new downloadable quest for Monster Hunter 4 which provides players with a Tony Tony Chopper costume and weapons for their Felyne. The quest will be available starting on November 4. Jump also suggests that further Monster Hunter 4 collaborations with One Piece could be on the way.

Update: Bumped to the front page – two more errors have been found.

Capcom has been known for making some rather strange errors over the years. Perhaps most infamous was the Okami Wii boxart incident, in which the game’s cover sported an IGN logo. We’ve also seen a number of prominent spelling errors like “Resident Evil: Revelaitons” – another boxart situation.

But it doesn’t stop there! Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies has a few errors of its own. At least three have been spotted so far. You can find them all in the gallery above.


Capcom will begin an open beta test for Wii U early next month. Between November 5 and November 11, system owners in Japan can join in so long as they use their Nintendo Network ID. Capcom will provide participants with an armor and weapon set for use in the final version of the game.

Capcom’s Resident Evil: Revelations sale doesn’t just apply to Wii U. The game has also gone on sale on the 3DS eShop, along with Mercenaries 3D. The two titles are available for 50% off through Halloween.


Resident Evil: Revelations has received a significant discount on the Wii U eShop. Starting today, you can purchase and download the title for $19.99. The sale lasts through October 31.


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