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Book Review: ‘Capcom 30th Anniversary Character Encyclopedia’

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If you’ve ever played a video game, you’ll probably recognize some of Capcom’s iconic characters such as Mega Man™, Resident Evil™, and Street Fighter™. Capcom 30th Anniversary Character Encyclopedia, available in hard cover, is packed with facts, statistics, and historical information about the characters created by Capcom over the years. Each page covers a single character and contains a large ... Read More »

Xbox 360 Review: ‘DuckTales Remastered’


"DuckTales" has now been honored as a deserving and distinguished part of the essential gaming canon. Read More »

Xbox One Review: ‘Dead Rising 3′


A visually repugnant open-world drama without notably eccentric flourishes or polishing factors. Read More »

PlayStation 3 Review: ‘Lost Planet 3’

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The third time isn't always a charm. Read More »

PSN Review: ‘DuckTales: Remastered’


"DuckTales: Remastered" isn’t a faithful reproduction, but it's probably the way most of us remember it, through the rose-tinted filter of nostalgia. Read More »

Nintendo 3DS Review: ‘Project X Zone’


This Capcom/Namco/Sega mashup is fetishistic in its colorful depictions of cartooned mayhem. Read More »

Xbox 360 Review: “Resident Evil: Revelations”


"Resident Evil Revelations" is a lot like visiting an old friend that you haven’t seen in a few years. You forget why they drove you crazy, they catch you up on what’s been going, and then you both promise to spend more time hanging out in the future. Read More »

PSN Review: Darkstalkers Resurrection


The HD treatment could have gone further, but Darkstalkers Resurrection offers a couple of classics that every fighting game fan should play. Read More »

PSN Review: Capcom Arcade Cabinet: 1984 Pack


A three-pack bundle that sets the bar for the rest of the titles in the Capcom Arcade Cabinet. Read More »

Nintendo Wii U Review: Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate isn't for everyone, but if you love the series or are looking for a deep RPG that's light on narrative for the Wii U, this is the game for you. Read More »