Capcom Recap: 11/20/2017 – 12/01/2017

Dec 01, 2017
2017 Dec 01
Yuri Araujo

Mega Man 30 th Anniversary celebrations kick off soon, Puzzle Fighter is now available, Street Fighter V gets festive and more!

Tune in to the Mega Man 30th Anniversary Livestream on December 4th!

Puzzle Fighter out now

Puzzle Fighter 101: Smash those gems!

Monster Hunter: World PlayStation Plus Beta details

Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney is now available digitally for Nintendo 3DS

Court Files: The Characters of Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, Vol. 2

Resident Evil Revelations 1 & 2 out now for Nintendo Switch

Bring on the festivities with new Holiday and Nostalgia Costumes for Street Fighter V, available November 28!



Puzzle Fighter – Capcom Vancouver Wednesday live streams

Resident Evil Revelations 2 – Test driving the Nintendo Switch version


All times listed are Pacific Time:

  • Monday , December 4th @ 11AM – Mega Man 30 th Anniversary (pre-show at 10AM)
  • Monday , December 4th @ 3PM – Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition
  • Tuesday , December 5th @ 1PM – Dead Rising 4: Frank’s Big Package

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For this year’s Cyber Monday, Capcom Store has discounts up to 80% on select goods! Offers valid until December 3rd.



Janet Hsu: Happy Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney launch to one and all! I got my copy from the  Nintendo eShop  – I hope you’ve got yours!

Honestly, I can’t believe it’s been ten years since we originally released this game, but so many of you have shown this game and its characters so much love that I wanted to say “Thank you!” by sharing some of my favorite AJ:AA fanworks, starting with the adorable piece of art:  Apollo Justice Chibi Par-tay by weem (2009). I love how it includes almost every character, and they’re each doing their own very in-character thing. Extra bonus points for Valant’s magical bunnies and dove.

Check out a smattering of awesome Ace Attorney fan creations from the game’s localization director herself in the full blog entry here.

Patrick Kulikowski: If you know me well enough, you may see me occasionally joke about classic Capcom anthems like Takashi Tateishi’s “Dr. Wily Stage 1” from Mega Man 2 and Hiroshige Tonomura’s “The Moon” from Duck Tales being “too popular”.

Today is the day where I eat my own words — just LISTEN to this new, amazing rendition of Duck Tales’ “The Moon” as done by game composer Jukio “Kuabee” Kallio (Luftrausers, Nuclear Throne). This version uses the same sound palette (or “font”, if you will) employed by the game Bleed 2, so you can expect some sick guitar/synth action and pounding drums, not to mention uber-80s tom fills!

Man, just talking about it makes me want to boot up The Disney Afternoon Collection and defy gravity with some pixel-perfect pogo jumps. <3

Speaking of passionate fans, the Breath of Fire Relay II marathon handled by the folks at RPG Limit Break that we mentioned in our previous recap took place on November 24 th . After 31 hours, 8 minutes, and 3 seconds, Team Ryu emerged the victor, with Team Deis taking 2 nd place (31:09:31), Team Nina in 3 rd (31:36:53) and the one-man army of Team Jenja, aka “The Brave Man of the Dragon” taking last place with 34:20:58. Great work to all involved, and congrats on getting featured on Game Informer ! Twitch videos of the marathon can be watched below:


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As always, keep a close eye on the Capcom Unity blog for all the latest, greatest, marvelous news and updates . Catch you next week!