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Latest Remember Me Video Showcases Some Rather Original Combat Mechanics

The forthcoming sci-fi action game Remember Me, which has no connection to the romance drama starring the dreamy R-Pat, has received it’s second public showing since being unveiled at Gamescom last month.  Developed by the Paris based Dontnod, Remember Me received some buzz but it was also accused or at least commented on by gamers that the game bared a striking resemblance to other games; the only exception being that it took place in an elaborate sci-fi world.

More Action and Drama Is Shown In This New DmC Trailer

DmC has made yet another public showing, and as what we’ve seen in recent months the game continues to make a positive impression.  Things certainly started out rough for the re-envisioned world of Dante, but Ninja Theory has been on a roll as of late and that certainly rings true of the new TGS 2012 trailer.  

Is Capcom Prepping A Monster Hunter Movie?

Capcom may be readying another film adaptation of a core video game property, which based on the history of the company will either be a massive commercial and critical dud at the box office or will likely never become anything more than a mere pitch.  After giving us film versions of Street Fighter, Capcom is apparently preparing a film adaptation for none other than Monster Hunter.

EX Troopers May Not Receive Western Release

The sometimes tepid relationship gamers have with Capcom may only grow to be that more strenuous based on our latest update concerning EX Troopers. The PSN/3DS bound Lost Planet spin-off has received some admirable buzz in the last few months despite deviating from the established Lost Planet shoot-em-up formula in favor of a more RPG action/adventure experience.  

Devil May Cry Hands-on [PAX Prime]

I’ve been a fan of the Devil May Cry series since the first scene of the first game. I’ve long held that there’s room for ridiculousness in video games, and Devil May Cry has never tried to justify the madness its gameplay and, especially, cut-scenes provide. However, with the announcement of a reboot of the franchise from action-title masters Team Ninja, the fanbase have been rather vocal about their dislike of changes to the iconic franchise as well as its lead character Dante.

Vergil Officially Returns For DmC [Video]

Ninja Theory may finally be building up some goodwill amongst the Devil May Cry fanbase as the studio has finally revealed their take on Vergil, Dante’s twin brother.  An iconic badass in the Devil May Cry franchise, Vergil was a character that was long rumored to be in Ninja Theory’s reimagining of DmC and now we have the complete goods on him thanks to this new Gamescom 2012 trailer.

Capcom Announces Remember Me, A New Sci-Fi Action Game With An Inception Edge

Gamescom has officially kicked off and shockingly Capcom has the first true surprise of the show since the company has announced a new IP.  It has been a while since we’ve seen the old Capcom of the previous generation make an appearance these days seeing as how the company seems more focused on releasing big games that are expected to net a big profit. But today the company has announced Remember Me, a sci-fi 3rd person action-adventure game created by the France based Dontnod Entertainment.

Latest DmC Video Shows Off New Stage and Boss Battle

For the past year and a half feelings on the Devil May Cry reboot have basically reached every range on the spectrum. There have been those who have written long rant filled manifestos about the project while others have remained as calm as they could until evidence was provided that showed the game was in good hands.  I certainly won’t hide behind my laptop and say that I’ve been a cheerleader of sorts of Ninja Theory’s retelling of Devil May Cry, but after seeing the game at E3 this year I did walk away impressed and a little bit less pessimistic than I was before.

Capcom Slated To Make Announcement At Arcade Tradeshow. Is A New Darkstalkers Game Inbound?

Capcom could be tapping into the well of awesome to provide something special to us.  2012 hasn’t exactly gotten off to a good start for Capcom as there haven’t been any major surprises, Dragon’s Dogma was a slight bust, and Resident Evil 6 has failed to garner an immense amount of hype for a multitude of reasons. But there’s a chance Capcom could finally pull one of those legendary surprise announcements that involves none other than the Darkstalkers franchise.

Street Fighter Returns To The World Of Cinema WIth Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist

The video game industry could be facing a turning point in a sense as something that has been long associated with utter disappointment could soon give us a level of depth never before seen in a video game. No, I’m not talking about some new tech fad or how we actually play our games, but how we see our favorite video games adapted into the much sought after realm of live-action.  Movies or TV shows based on video games have had a checkered history with some being great (Mortal Kombat), some being ok (Silent Hill), and some being complete abominations (Doom).  

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