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Mega Man Legacy Collection Out Today on PS4

Posted by Rey Jimenez on Aug 25, 2015

Mega Man is one of Capcom’s earliest and most beloved characters. I’ve even met gamers that have never played a Mega Man game before, but own Mega Man shirts or even have tattoos of him! We hope to make jumping into Mega Man the easiest it’s ever been with this collection of the series’ 8-bit origins: Mega Man 1-6 for only $14.99.

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DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition Out Today on PS4

Posted by Rey Jimenez on Mar 10, 2015

Happy DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition launch day, everyone! The guys at Ninja Theory and QLOC have put in a ton of hard work to bring you what is going to be the ultimate version of DmC. By now, you’ve probably heard about all of the content that we’ve added to DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition. Just in case you missed it, check out the announce trailer that covers all the new features.

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Dustforce Launches Today on PS3, PS Vita

Posted by Rey Jimenez on Feb 04, 2014


I have a theory that it originated in Japanese games (where many of the great gaming traditions started) and their disregard for A being the first letter of the alphabet. Whether or not that’s true, the tradition of Capcom platforming lives on in Dustforce, which launches today on PS3 and PS Vita. Originally made by Hitbox Team and released for PC, Dustforce caught our eye because it shares a few elements of the best platformers we’ve made: challenge, design, and soundtrack.

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DuckTales: Remastered Hits PSN Today

Posted by Rey Jimenez on Aug 13, 2013

I’ve been working with the team at WayForward Technologies to bring you guys DuckTales: Remastered, launching today for PS3 as part of PlayStation Store PLAY. At the start of development, the main goal of the project revolved around updating the game while keeping the gameplay true to the original NES game. As the game progressed in development, we found that all of the new content really started to bring the original cartoon to life as well.

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