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Ghosts 'n Goblins Resurrection

New footage has arrived from the build build of Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection. Take a look at the gameplay in the video below.

Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection launches for Switch on February 23.

Capcom will hold three new live streams next month, the company has announced. It’ll all take place during the week of March 8.

Upcoming streams include the next Monster Hunter Digital Event featuring Monster Hunter Rise and Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin.

Here’s when the upcoming events will be happening:

Capcom Arcade Stadium

Right after today’s Nintendo Direct, Capcom Arcade Stadium landed on Switch. View some footage in the video below.

Capcom Arcade Stadium is available for Switch via the eShop.

Monster Hunter Rise

Best Buy has revealed a special pre-order bonus for Monster Hunter Rise. By reserving the game, you’ll get the steelbook pictured above. We’re hearing that those who reserved Monster Hunter Rise before the steelbook offer was announced should have their orders automatically updated.

Also remember that there’s another pre-order bonus planned for Monster Hunter Rise. Retailers are giving out a pack containing the Palamute Golden Retriever Costume (layered armor), Palico Forest Cat Costume (layered armor), and Stat Boosting Novice Talisman.

Monster Hunter Rise releases for Switch on March 26. You can pre-order on Best Buy here.

Ghosts 'n Goblins Resurrection

Capcom has published the third developer video for Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection, which we have below. Producer Peter Fabiano discusses the game’s difficulties and dangers as well as how the team aims to recreate the classic challenge that the series is known for.

Here’s the new video:

Monster Hunter Rise

IGN has offered up the latest look at Monster Hunter Rise, which highlights the new Aknosom Switch Axe in the Frost Islands map. We also get to see combos performed by a Great Sword, Bow, Insect Glaive, Dual Blades, and Hunting Horn.

Here’s the full video:

Monster Hunter Rise demo

Monster Hunter Rise recently had a fairly meaty demo. Players could take on a training tutorial, an introduction to Wyvern Riding, and a pair of quests.

Capcom has now shared some additional information about the demo. It’s been revealed that it took players an average of 11 minutes and 16 seconds to complete the Beginner Quest with the Great Izuchi, and 21 minutes and 57 seconds on average for the Intermediate Quest featuring Mizutsune.

IGN shared a new Monster Hunter Rise video today that shows off all customizable options available for your Palico and Palamute Buddies from the game’s beginning. Check it out below.

Monster Hunter Rise debuts for Switch on March 26.

Monster Hunter Rise

Past Monster Hunter games were known for splitting up their worlds into segmented areas with loading screens. With more recent entries though, Capcom finally started to move away from that. Loading screens have become a thing of the past with a more seamless world.

Monster Hunter Rise director Yasunori Ichinose revealed to IGN that this wasn’t always the plan for the upcoming Switch title. Originally, loading screens were going to be brought back without that sandbox environment.

Yasunori explained why this was and what change, stating:

Monster Hunter Rise demo

Throughout January, Capcom offered a new demo for Monster Hunter Rise on the Switch eShop. Director Yasunori Ichinose has now revealed the top three most used weapons as recorded in the Mizutsune quest.

The results are as follows:

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