Capcom has confirmed several titles for its upcoming showcase

Capcom has announced three of the games set to be featured during a product showcase next week.

Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective, which will be released on June 30, and Exoprimal, which will be released on July 14, will appear at the Capcom Showcase.

So too will Dragon’s Dogma 2, which has yet to be given a release date but received its first gameplay trailer during last month’s PlayStation Showcase.

The Capcom Showcase will take place on Monday June 12 at 3pm PT / 6pm ET / 11pm BST.

VersusDMC112d ago

"As well as a few other updates" better mean RE4 DLC reveal...

SullysCigar112d ago

Hopefully! And a little more RE4 Remake PSVR2 gameplay. And a release date! I'm not asking for much..

Venoxn4g111d ago

Just finished today the main campaign of RE4 Remake..man, what a ride that was! Will be such a thrill to play on PSVR2 one day! I hope we will hear some updates about RE4 DLC..and hopefully announcement RE7 PSVR 2 Patch (one can dream, right?), plus RE: Village PSVR2 DLC support too.. or at least some of them.. I would even take RE2 Remake PSVR2 patches too! 😀

shinoff2183112d ago

Any breath of fire ?

That's what Capcom has that I want

Relientk77112d ago

Yeah, we wish. I'd love to see Breath of Fire return.

CrimsonWing69112d ago

god, I wish! 1-4, hell even out Dragon Quarter in for the lulz. But an HD collection with trophies would be amazing to me!

I hope Konami’s Suikoden Remasters do well so Capcom can consider this.

Chevalier111d ago

New BoF, new Rival Schools, New Onimusha, New Darkstalkers would be fantastic. While I'm dreaming I might as well ask for Remakes and sequels to Aliens VS Predators and DnD Shadow of Mystara too

FinalFantasyFanatic111d ago

Ports/remasters of the first 4 games and a brand new BoF please! I really want it.

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ziggyzinfirion112d ago

Show me Dino Crisis or Breath of Fire I'll be happy.


Anyone think there's a chance that we get Dragon's Dogma 2 this year?

anast111d ago

I wish, but it doesn't seem likely.

MWH112d ago

Onimusha and Maximo, come on.

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Sega has cancelled Hyenas ‘and some unannounced games in development’

The move was made “in response to the lower profitability of the European region”

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isarai5h ago

Honestly smart move, there's enough pvp, operator/hero based pvp GAAS games with this same generic style out and upcoming.

Vits5h ago(Edited 5h ago)

That is really sad. Not only cancelling Hyenas, but the other unannounced game and cutting funds yet again for Creative Assembly. This would be the first time in a decade that Sega let those guys do something other than the Total War series and the last time this happened, Creative Assembly delivered one of the best horror experiences out there in the form of ALIEN: ISOLATION.

I get that profitability is low. But maybe it's because Creative Assembly has been stuck putting out yearly releases of the Total War series. Those games are great, don't get me wrong but the market is extremely saturated with them and they are limited in public as they are only available on PC and PC players are know for making their favourite titles last a long time. To the point that people are still playing Total War Shogun 2 from 2011 at reasonable numbers...

So I feel this is a very bad move. It basically boxes the studio in a situation where they are unlikely to improve their profitability. Now not only they will go back to the same yearly franchise, but they will have to do that with a lower budget and likely team as well.

TheColbertinator38m ago

The problem with Total War is that they (CA) themselves saturate the series to death. Out of the last 5 Total War games I felt only Three Kingdoms was presenting new bold ideas. Troy, Britannia, Rome Remastered and Warhammer 3 all felt sloppy or lazy.

Vits3m ago

That is the issue with yearly releases. There is no way a company could manage that and create original and innovative content for each entry. It's a pretty much mutually exclusive situation. And why this cancellations and cuts just sucks. Now TW is literally everything this studio has but with less budget and likely fewer people to work on each entry.

So if you thought their last releases were sloppy or lazy. I would expect that to get even worse and then I would be surprised if Sega closes them, just like they did Creative Assembly Australia before.

purple1014h ago

Can't understand how it would save them money.

If the game was basically finished then surely release it and get a little cash. Surely the money has been spent already and now the easy bit is to release it. ?

Terry_B4h ago

It was supposed to be an online only game that gets updates for years. These would have cost em more than the development so far probably if the game bombs

Terry_B4h ago

They could have canceled it months ago already after seeing the reaction to the trailer(s). Nobody was caring or hyped about this.

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Honkai Star Rail's $1B Success and Its Impact on Genshin

MiHoYo's concerted efforts to promote HSR to Genshin Impact's existing player base, as well as collaborations with Genshin Impact influencers who switched their focus to HSR, have been witnessed by the gaming community. While leveraging an existing player base is a sound strategy, it's important to remember that both HSR and Genshin Impact require significant time and financial investments from players.