Like the original game did 20 years ago, the Resident Evil 4 remake finds just the right blend of action and survival horror.
Capcom Fighting Collection is a must for historians and fighters alike, with vital pieces of Capcom history (Red Earth!) and good online play.
The long-speculated Street Fighter 6 isn’t exactly a surprise, but a new anthology with the first-ever port of Red Earth sure is!
Ride your Palamute into battle so you can Wiredash with your Wirebugs into a Silkbind attack and—no wait, where are you going?
The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles combines a historical setting and innovative game design twists for an outstanding new courtroom adventure.
The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles is using its Meiji-era setting—a time of great change for Japan—to take the series in bold new directions.
Resident Evil Village is more than just a bold new gothic horror-influenced direction for the series; it’s a reflection on horror as a whole.
With its focus on vertical level design, mobility, and Japanese folklore influence, Rise is Monster Hunter at its absolute best.
With hidden gems like Progear in the mix, Capcom Arcade Stadium is much more than just another repackage of the same old games.
The Monster Hunter Rise demo is available until February 1, letting players hunt some mons while trying the wirebug and Wyvern Riding systems.