Capcom’s major strategies going forward involve two main initiatives—to manage their console games business more efficiently and to strengthen their online games business.
So, it seems like they've worked much more on their strategy to bring more DLCs and mobile games, than that of developing games people have been asking for. Smart move, Capcom.
Meanwhile... in the future: 'It has now been 10 years since DmC was released on the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC... and Capcom have just released their 25th DLC...'
Stay classy crapcom
Capcom are about as evil as an Al-Qaeda suggestion box.
The best thing about these big companys that keep trying to squeeze cash out of us and screw us over is that it's getting easier and easier to skip out on buying their games.
I can't remember the last Capcom game I purchased. Certainly nothing of theirs in my current library of games.
Same. The only Capcom game I've bought this gen was Asura's Wrath, rented the rest. Asura's Wrath is definitely worth a buy, in my opinion (but only if you like DBZ and animes similar to it).
keep it up Capcom, this time next year you will be publishing reports about how non of your games have hit sales targets and the solution will be to... wait for it.... make more dlc. seriously it's like non of these companies take the time to talk to the people buying their product.
who the **** downloads their games?
Capcom can bite my shiny metal ass!
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