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Submitted by TransientDreamer 675d ago | video

PAX East 2013: Watch the Entire World of Capcom Panel, Right Here

This past weekend, Capcom held their first-ever World of Capcom panel at PAX East 2013 – a panel usually reserved for the likes of San Diego Comic Con, New York Comic Con, and other conventions. Reception was great as the publisher gave more news and updates on the Mega Man franchise, showed reels for games like Lost Planet 3, Remember Me, and Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate. Finally the company revealed to two new games that will be releasing in the summer; high definition remasters of the Dungeons & Dragons arcade game, and the NES classic, Duck Tales (complete with a sing-along trailer!). (3DS, Capcom, DuckTales Remastered, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, PAX East 2013, PC, PS3, Remember Me, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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hkgamer  +   675d ago
Did that lost planet trailer remind you of Avatar? Storyline seems very similar.

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