Capcom is teasing some sort of surprise for the upcoming milestone. Two teasers have been released thus far.
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Looks like its just going to be about RE.
I hate it when companies just want "likes" on FB so they tease some news release just to get the attention. Pathetic!
I hope they show the Vita so.e love. Because horror games will be a blast to play with that OLED screen. XperiaRay
Could be anything. RE, MH, DD, DmC. For some reason, the first image looks like part of a foot. The nails of a massive creature. Like a Dragon of some sort. It's just speculation, but that's what I can see. Others might see something completely different and they might be right lol.
Sweet, but Capcom deserves more... more support for them guys!
I'm sorry, but with Capcoms current business practices (ignoring fanbase, super ultra hyper etc editions of games, on disc DLC etc etc) they don't deserve any support, until they change their ways they deserve all the negative publicity, backlash etc they receive
Oh look, Capcom are teasing a surprise. Every time they do this, we all fall for it, and every time it's something completely naff. It's probably DLC/costumes for something or some screenshots/trailer for a game we already know about.
dino crisis? kinda looks raptorish, would be cool, if they dont mess too much with the formula ie, old school resi with dinos.
maybe monster hunter ps3 not the hd remastered one?
@nealane theres already been a HD MH for ps3 mhp3rd HD. looks like a rathalos firesword though
i mean one made from the ground up using current gen graphics
MHP3rd is current gen graphics on the PSP, please elaborate more...
If they get 1.5 million Likes they're going to raise the price of Revelations another 10 dollars, I bet. Keep supporting them and they'll fleece the hell out of you...
give me some megaman news capcom!
BLANKA in SXT
Not getting my hopes up but c'mon revival of Megaman Legends 3 >.>
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