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For Mega Man 11’s launch last year, Capcom offered a pre-order bonus. Fans were treated to the Wily Numbers: Instrumental Stage Tracks DLC, which allows you to change the music in the eight Robot Master stages to alternative piano instrumental tracks.

About half a year later, that DLC is now available to all players. Visit Mega Man 11’s eShop page to download the extra music at no extra cost.

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We’ve translated the last portion of Famitsu’s interviews with Ace Attorney creator Shu Takumi. This time around, Takumi delves into the different characters, such as how he came up with Godot. He touches on other topics as well such as the iconic music.

You can read our full translation below. However, if you haven’t played the series before, you may want to skip this for now. You can also read our previous translations with Takumi here and here.

Famitsu recently published a couple of interviews with Shu Takumi, the creator of Ace Attorney. In case you missed it, we posted the first part here. We’ve also been working on a translation of the second interview, which was much larger in scope. Due to the length, we’ll be posting it in two parts.

Below, you can read up even further on the creation of the Ace Attorney series. Takumi talks about what the first game’s prototype was like and the team initially thought that development could have been suspended, how Maya and Mia got their roles, and more. You can read our latest translation below, but if you haven’t played the series, you may want to pass on it for now due to some light spoilers.

Earlier today, Capcom put up a new blog post straight from Ace Attorney creator Shu Takumi. Takumi discussed bringing the series to new platforms (including Switch) and reflected on those original games he worked on.

Here’s the full write-up:

To promote the fact that Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen is available to pre-load on the Switch eShop, Capcom has readied a new trailer. View it below.

Monster Hunter is officially 15 years old in Japan. In celebration of the occasion, Capcom has put together a special anniversary memorial video looking back at past entries in the series. Check it out below.

Netflix has announced a new partnership with Sublimation that will turn Dragon’s Dogma from Capcom into an anime. A release window for its premiere was not mentioned.

In a press release, Netflix stated:

Famitsu recently published interviews with Ace Attorney creator Shu Takumi in back-to-back issues. We have a translation of the first part ready now.

During the discussion, Takumi had quite a bit to say about the original game’s origins. He touched on the Japanese name, how it was initially targeted for the Game Boy Color, and more.

Here’s our full translation:

The key to getting Devil May Cry 5 on Switch may lie with the performance of another Capcom title. The latest news comes from director Hideaki Itsuno, who left the door open to a port while speaking with German magazine M! Games.

When asked why Devil May Cry 5 isn’t on Switch, Itsuno explained that development started before the team had dev kits. Capcom therefore concentrated on releasing the game for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. However, Itsuno added that if Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen sells well, they might consider porting Devil May Cry 5 to Nintendo’s console.

Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen launches for Switch on April 23. It’s the first time this title will be appearing on a Nintendo system.

Thanks to Jake for the tip.

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Capcom intends to sell the Resident Evil Origins Collection on Switch in May. The package includes Resident Evil and Resident Evil 0, though the former will seemingly be offered via a download code inside the box.

Retailers have started posting their listings for Resident Evil Origins Collection, confirming its price. It’s looking like it’ll set you back $59.99. Amazon has pre-orders here while GameStop is taking reservations here.


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