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Capcom has announced another new feature for the Switch version of Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition: weapon switching on the fly.

In the past, players were only able to switch between two ranged weapons and two melee weapons at a given time. But thanks to the new freestyle mode on Switch, it’s now possible to switch between any weapon in your inventory. The ZR button is for melee weapons while ZL is for ranged weapons. All weapons can be cycled through with these buttons. Also, if you hold either button, a radial menu will appear, which lets you pick a specific weapon with the right stick.

Here’s the full video announcement from Capcom:

Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection was originally planned for January 21. However, Capcom ended up announcing a delay, and it will now ship on February 25 instead.

Capcom producer Kazuhiro Tsuchiya spoke about the delay in an interview with Siliconera. Additionally, Tsuchiya touched on the fan response and how the related video was suggested by Capcom USA.

Tsuchiya said:

Update: Capcom’s Yoshinori Ono has confirmed that the tweet was inaccurate. EB Games Canada has also since removed its message.



Original: Could Street Fighter V Champion Edition be coming to Switch? EB Games Canada seems to think so. The retailer tweeted out the news, claiming the game can even be pre-ordered in-store.

Despite what EB Games Canada says, there has been no official announcement from Capcom at this time. That means we’ve either got a mistake on our hands, or the store said something a bit earlier than intended.

Here’s the tweet in question:

Capcom issued the latest video for Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection today. Find the new “Chosen Ones” trailer below.

Capcom seems to be doing more with Mega Man now than it has in awhile. Mega Man 11 came out in 2018 after the series had been mostly dormant, and we’ve seen a bunch of collections as of late. Even the Mega Man Zero / ZX titles are receiving some attention with the latest collection due out next month.

However, one Mega Man sub-series that hasn’t been touched in many years is Mega Man Battle Network. As part of a lengthy interview with Tokyo TV, developers Masakazu Eguchi and Kazuhiro Tsuchiya addressed the possibility of a new entry.

Here’s what the two had to say, as translated by Rockman Corner:

During a live stream this week, Capcom showed off Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition running on Switch – including a look at the new Style Switching system. You can find the full recording below.

Capcom put out a new trailer for Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition that highlights the new Style Switching / Free Style feature in the Switch version. Give it a look below.

Capcom has previously teased some special elements from the Switch version of Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition. One of these features we heard about recently is Style Switching, which was spotted on the official website. Further details have now emerged in an official blog post.

Here’s the full rundown from Capcom:

Okami HD

Capcom has started up a new eShop sale in celebration of 2020. Games across Switch and 3DS have been discounted, including titles in the Mega Man, Monster Hunter, and Resident Evil series. Other games are also included such as Okami HD, Ace Attorney, and more.

Here’s the full lineup:

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Earlier today, Capcom teased “a little something extra” for the Switch version of Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition. What that could be referring to is a new Style Change system, which lets players “experience the action through a number of unique Styles allowing for unprecedented variety.”

Here’s a brief rundown of the feature from the official website:


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