100°
Submitted by Pozzle 357d ago | news

Most Of Capcom’s Cancelled Games Were Scheduled For Next Year And Beyond

Last week, Capcom announced that in the face of lower-than-expected sales and an evolving videogame market, they are re-evaluating their work-in-progress projects. This re-evaluation includes cancelling certain games that were already in development, although Capcom have not provided any specifics as to just what these games were. (Capcom, Industry)

DaThreats  +   357d ago
Their management sucks
cleft5  +   357d ago
They where all going to turn out bad anyways. What did Capcom expect? Did they really think that giving their best IPs to third rate western developers was going to help them? They wouldn't expect a title develop by a third rate Japanese developer to sell, so why should it be any different for the west?

They could have picked the best western talent to handle their franchises, instead they cheeped out and try to turn a quick buck.
#2 (Edited 357d ago ) | Agree(4) | Disagree(0) | Report | Reply
Blank  +   357d ago
They put themselves in this situation...

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
30°

Pixelitis Picks: Games we hope to see in virtual reality

14m ago - "For the longest time, virtual reality has been relegated to the annals of science fiction. Somet... | GameCube
30°

What's Next For inFAMOUS and Sucker Punch?

16m ago - Jake from Press Start Australia discusses the possibilities of what comes next for the inFAMOUS s... | PS3
30°

How Islamic Art Can Influence Game Design

21m ago - Kotaku UK: Islamic­ influenced art and imagery has cropped up in games from Journey to Prince of... | Culture
20°

Scourge Outbreak PC Review | Pure|News

33m ago - Pure|News had the chance to review Scourge Outbreak, who recently was released on Steam | PC
Ad

Enter to Win a PS4 and More!

Now - We are buying one lucky N4Ger a PS4 just for commenting on any N4G story! | Promoted post
30°

Easter Eggs to Hunt in Games (Just in Time for Easter)

33m ago - The problem with Easter eggs is too much of that chocolatey goodness means you’ll be lethargic, o... | Culture