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Capcom see massive 73% fall in profits
Saturday, 8 May, 2010 – 9:00 | 2 Comments
Capcom see massive 73% fall in profits

Capcom’s financial results for the year ended 31 March don’t make pleasant reading; the company have reported a 73% fall in profits to £494.4m as annual sales dropped by 27% to 16m.

The company blame the “sluggish” sales on the delays for Super Street Fighter IV, Lost Planet 2 and the oversees release of Monster HunterTri which all slipped into the next fiscal year.

Lost Planet 2 website goes live
Friday, 29 Jan, 2010 – 17:02 | 2 Comments
Lost Planet 2 website goes live

The website to Capcom’s upcoming game – Lost Planet 2 – is now live. Capcom have stressed that this is only the first stage of the website, and urge fans to register now to avoid missing out on any updates.

Capcom partners with Sumthing Else Music Works for video game soundtracks
Friday, 15 May, 2009 – 13:35 | Comments Off on Capcom partners with Sumthing Else Music Works for video game soundtracks
Capcom partners with Sumthing Else Music Works for video game soundtracks

Usually OSTs are only available in Japan and anyone else must import them if they want to hear the music of the games they love. Well not any more, for Americans at least. Partnering with Sumthing Else Music Works, Capcom will be releasing soundtracks to our favorite games including Resident Evil, Street Fighter, Bionic Commando, Dead Rising, and Monster Hunter.

No Mega Man or Devil May Cry? Perhaps we’ll see those in the future.