I’m a huge fan of the Monster Hunter series. I got into it with Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G on the Sony PSP and while I’m not that good, I still buy each release that comes out. Recently Capcom released a new trailer for the upcoming Monster Hunter Generations game on the Nintendo 3DS.
This entry into the series also heralds some changes to the gameplay, markedly the ability to change Hunter Styles and also, you’ll have skills in your arsenal called Hunter Arts. Capcom are saying that gamers will be able to change the gaming stye until they find one that fits them, guaranteeing a better experience for Hunters of all skill levels. Check out the trailer below which shows off some of the new abilities being introduced in this title.
While the rest of us Attack on Titan fans eagerly await for a game on the Playstation (coming soon), Capcom isn’t content to rest on its laurel. No sir, they’ve been hard at work on an Attack on Titan arcade game which is gearing up to be shown off soon.
The game will be making it’s debut at Japan Amusement Expo 2016 which will run from February 19 – 20. The game itself features 4 player co-op to take down the titans or if you so desire, you can also play the adventure solo. The official release for the game in the arcades looks set to go down sometime in Winter 2016 for Japan.
Project X Zone was one of the more exciting and versatile games on the Nintendo 3DS. The collaboration between Sega, Capcom and Namco Bandai brought together many characters from multiple fan favourite series’. I was a HUGE fan of the first game so when news of a sequel was announced, you could say I was excited!
Even better is the news that in the past 48 hours, a demo has hit the eShop with even better game play than the first game. This will definitely be a day one purchase for me! Here’s a trailer showing some awesome action.
It’s that awesome time of the year…TOKYO GAME SHOW! Once again Japandaman will be on the showroom floor bringing you all the latest from the game developers. Here’s a peek at what Capcom have announced so far for TGS 2015.
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Great line up right there! We’re definitely keen to have a look at anything Monster Hunter related so this showing is great news! Stay tuned as we uncover what the other developers will be bringing to TGS 2015!
Attack on Titan is such a massively popular series, from the manga through to the anime, 3DS game and loads of merchandise. Capcom have recently announced that they’re the AoT series will be branching off into the world of arcades.
We know that the game will be launching in Japan during Summer and that during the announcement trailer, they showed the phrase “Sacrifice Your Heart.” Hopefully we’ll have more details as they come to light.
Those adorable magical girls from Puella Magi Madoka Magica just can’t seem to stay still for too long. News is emerging from Japan that they’ve teamed up with Capcom’s Monster Hunter franchise in a new and exciting collaboration. The game in question is Monster Hunter Frontier G and some information has begun to leak out regarding the details, here’s what we know so far, but first have a trailer with some cool sneak peeks.
The game will be featuring some costume revisions with Madoka Kaname and her Fleur bow, the Lorelei Liebe twin swords, a Kyubey costume, Akemi Homura, Mami Tomoe along with her Fata Magia musket, Sayaka Miki, a Dessert witch and lastly, Kyoto Sakura and the Mansana spear. There’s an event this coming Wednesday which promises to reveal more information, we’ll keep you posted what eventuates from that.
Great update from Capcom today with the release of the first full trailer for Resident Evil Revelations 2. This game had scares a plenty on the 3DS and then the Wii U and was also a gorgeous looking game. Want to know if the sequel continues that high standard? Watch the trailer below and then tell us what you think!
The game will be launching in Japan sometime early 2015. It’ll be showing up on PS4, Xbox One, PC, Xbox 360 and PS3. No mention of a Nintendo console which is a shame.
So you love Monster Hunter and have a penchant for shredding it up with an axe to some hardcore tunes? Now you can mix it up and cross both these interests with the news that Capcom have authorised ESP Guitars to release a Monster Hunter themed guitar.
Taking inspiration from the Great Sword in the game, the Rathalos Firesword guitar will set you back ¥2,300,000 but check out the serious cred you’ll also be able to claim. It comes with an ESP logo, a gold foil dragon and a hard shell case.
If you ever wanted to do a rock version of some in-game tunes, this guitar is the one to do it with.