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A listing for Devil May Cry has been added to the Switch eShop in Europe and Australia. Thanks to that, we now have some more information about the game.

Devil May Cry will be available for Switch on June 25 in the west and June 27 in Japan. As previously mentioned, it will be digital-only. The game is priced at 1,990 yen in Japan and $29.95 in Australia. That should amount to $20 USD, but we’ll keep you updated.

Devil May Cry requires 9.2GB of free space to download. English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, and Chinese language options will be supported.

Source: Switch eShop

Capcom is continuing to port games over to Switch with two more titles announced this week at E3 – Resident Evil 5 and Resident Evil 6. We have a little bit of off-screen footage for both titles below.

During the DS era, Capcom produced a trio of Mega Man Star Force games. We now know that there were plans for a fourth entry, but it wasn’t meant to be.

Rockman Corner has obtained concept art and details for Mega Man Star Force 4. Although the game was in development at one point, Capcom ended up scrapping all work on the project.

At E3 2019, we were able to go hands on with the upcoming Switch version of the original Devil May Cry on Switch. Get a look at a bit of off-screen gameplay below.

Announced earlier today, Resident Evil 5 is coming to Switch. Take a look at some off-screen footage from E3 2019 below.

Capcom today announced that it will release Towaware no Palm on Switch. The love adventure game, previously offered on mobile, will launch in Japan on August 30.

We have the following details and trailer for Towaware no Palm:

Digital Foundry published its latest technical analysis today that focuses on three Capcom titles. Resident Evil 4, Resident Evil, and Resident Evil 0 were all examined in-depth.

Below are the main points:

Capcom has prepared a trio of launch trailers for Resident Evil, Resident Evil 0, and Resident Evil 4 on Switch. All three can be found below.

Capcom is bringing a few Resident Evil games to Switch tomorrow, including an HD version of the original. Check out some footage below.

A short while ago, GameXplain hosted a live stream for Resident Evil 4 on Switch. Take a look at the full archive below, featuring an hour of footage.