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Capcom intends to share news about the new DLC case for Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies “very soon”. That’s according to a tweet published on the official Ace Attorney account yesterday.

The message reads:

It just so happens that a Nintendo Direct presentation is being streamed tomorrow. Might we hear something about the DLC then?


Capcom and WayForward have prepared a new update for DuckTales Remastered. It addresses multiple crashes and adds a new “Quick Cinema” mode.

Quick Cinema allows players to skip through most cut-scenes when activated. The option appears after completing the game at least once.

Thanks to Jake for the tip.


An incredibly bizarre situation surrounded the launch of Okami many years ago. You may remember that the game’s boxart was plastered with a blemish in the form of an IGN logo. It wasn’t overly noticeable, but it was still a huge oversight on Capcom’s part.

Ready at Dawn handled the development of Okami Wii. As part of a feature looking back on the history of the studio, Game Informer asked CEO Ru Weerasuriya to comment on how the whole thing happened. Weerasuriya didn’t have a whole lot of answers, but did offer up a few words about the surprising incident.

Weerasuriya told the site:

DuckTales Remastered is just a few days away from hitting store shelves as a physical product. At Target, the Wii U version will come with an exclusive Scrooge McDuck Disney pin.

Here’s what it looks like:



Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is is currently on sale at Amazon. You can purchase the game for $29.99 as opposed to $39.99, resulting in $10 savings (or 25%). Not sure how long the deal will be available, so take advantage while you can!


As of September 2013, the Mega Man series has sold 30 million copies. All games in the series – 131 in total – are accounted for in that figure.

Total sales of the Mega Man franchise have climbed by one million units since 2011.

Mega Man is Capcom’s third best-selling franchise, only surpassed by Street Fighter and Resident Evil.

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Capcom has six different subsidiary offices scattered across North America and Europe. Soon, each will see a change in focus from distribution to marketing and operations. Analyst David Gibson relayed the news from Capcom on Twitter earlier today, writing:



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