When it’s finally released, Ultra Street Fighter IV won’t just add five new characters, six new stages, and rebalance the entire roster’s moves; there will also be new mechanics. It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything on Ultra Street… Read More »
Yesterday the Makuhari Messe exhibition center in Japan’s Chiba prefecture was infested with giant monsters (okay, life-sized plastic statues of giant monsters), as Capcom called upon hunters all over Japan to come to the venue as they celebrated Monster Hunter Festa… Read More »
Just in case two limited edition Monster Hunter 4 themed 3DS units were not enough for the astute collector in you, Nintendo and Capcom have whipped up yet another model for your further perusal. Introducing the blue “Monster Hunter 4… Read More »
The launch of the highly anticipated Monster Hunter 4 has got many people excited and now, Capcom‘s original Monster Hunting series is collaborating with popular anime and manga series Silver Spoon. The anime adaptation for Full Metal Alchemist manga author… Read More »
With the highly anticipated Monster Hunter 4 set for release on the Nintendo 3DS on September 14, an event called the “Summer Hunting Test” was held to present some of the game’s new features as well as some collaborations and… Read More »
Get ready to hack, slash, shoot, jump and button mash with our latest video game trailer round-up.
We here at SGCafe have done our fair share of PV round-ups and most of them were for upcoming anime series, so this time, we are giving you guys a treat with these brand new Japanese video game trailers.
The next version of Super Street Fighter IV – an update to Arcade Edition Ver.2012 that will add five new characters, six new stages, and a bevy of new modes and features – is officially called Ultra Street Fighter IV,… Read More »
Update 3: It’s official – the new version of SSF4 will be entitled Ultra Street Fighter IV. Watch the first trailer for the game here. Update 2: Video footage of the Street Fighter IV panel added (thanks, MetalMusicMan04) Update: Capcom’s Yoshinori Ono revealed… Read More »
With Microsoft and Sony delivering us the goods on their upcoming Next Gen consoles, the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4, let us take a look at one of the games presented during E3; ‘Dead Rising 3‘.
Exactly 30 years ago, June 11, 1983, video game history was made as Capcom Co., LTD. was established. From then on, they charged through with hit after hit.
As the much awaited Monster Hunter 4 is nearing its release in September 14, several Monster Hunter 4 related accessories are to be released alongside the game.