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Phoenix Wright Headlines This Week’s Nintendo Download

Capcom made a lot of courtroom drama fans happy this year when it announced that the latest Phoenix Wright game – Dual Destinies – would be localized for the West. Unfortunately, the game is not getting a physical release in the U.S., but at least we’re getting it on the eShop. In this week’s Nintendo Download, the big game release …

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Capcom’s Strider Sequel Gets A New Trailer

Capcom surprised everyone earlier this year at San Diego Comic-Con when it revealed that a sequel to Strider was in the works. Excitement soon gave to way to skepticism, however, as it’s been over a decade since the last game in the series was released. It didn’t help matters either when Capcom revealed that Double Helix Games was developing it. …

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‘Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies’ Launches October 24

Though Nintendo is having trouble selling its Wii U console, the popularity of the 3DS has never been higher. Along with that popularity has come a wide assortment of games for the system. Even games that might not normally get English localizations are being brought over by Japanese publishers. Capcom today announced that Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies …

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Here’s The First Gameplay From PS4 Exclusive Deep Down

At Sony’s February PS4 event, Capcom announced an interesting new title called Deep Down. For the past year, we only saw a few trailers that didn’t really tell us a lot. Now Capcom has shown off some actual gameplay for the title. This morning, Capcom shared four minutes of live gameplay from Deep Down at Sony’s press conference in Japan. …

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‘Lost Planet 3’ Released, Nobody Seems to Care

Though the current console generation is finally coming to an end, stale current-generation titles are still falling victim to the fatigue. The latest casualty seems to be Lost Planet 3. The original Lost Planet: Extreme Condition received mixed reviews in 2006, but was one of the first games to demonstrate the technical leaps that could be achieved with the Xbox …

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Dead Rising 3’s Gamescom Trailer Is Pretty Silly

Dead Rising 3 had some fans rightly concerned. At E3, the game looked like an open-world version of The Walking Dead. Not a bad idea by any means, but it’s just not Dead Rising. The developers were quick to reassure fans that the game will remain silly, and the newest trailer only further cements that. For Gamescom, IGN scooped the …

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Capcom Essentials Nets You 5 Games And A Travel Bag For $60

Did you swear off all Capcom games over the last seven years? Did you miss out on such “essentials” like Devil May Cry 4 or Resident Evil 6? If so, Capcom has a treat for you. Capcom announced today its new Capcom Essentials collection that packages together five games for $60. The games included in the set are Resident Evil …

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DuckTales Remastered Finally Takes Us To The Moon

Last week, WayForward gave us a taste of the Moon level in DuckTales Remastered through a preview of the level’s music. The level’s music may be the most memorable part from the NES classic, but it’s not like the music is the only good thing about the level. In the latest, and probably last, trailer for DuckTales Remastered, we finally …

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WayForward Talks Music In DuckTales Remastered

Music was incredibly important to DuckTales game for NES. One could even argue that the music was the single most important factor in ensuring the game remained popular to this day. The folks at Capcom and WayForward realize this, and want to assure fans that they’re making music a priority in the remake. In the latest “duckumentary,” the developers at …

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Lost Planet 3 Trailer Explains The Science Behind Freezing To Death

You could say that I prefer the cold Winter months to the hot and humid Summer months. I never once questioned that preference until now. In the newest trailer for Lost Planet 3, we get two-and-a-half minutes of the science behind freezing to death. As the temperature drops, your body starts shutting down in phases. It all ends with your …

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Capcom’s Deep Down Gets A New Trailer

Deep Down was one of the more ambitious titles that we saw at Sony’s PS4 reveal in February. It was a brand new IP from Capcom, and it looked absolutely stunning. The game skipped E3, but it looks like Capcom is ready to start talking about it again. At Capcom’s Network Game Conference, the company announced that Deep Down is …

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Travel To Africa In The Latest DuckTales Remastered Trailer

We’re a little under half a month away from the release of WayForward’s DuckTales Remastered. The developer still refuses to show off the Moon level and its accompanying music though. You’ll just have to settle for a look at the African Mines level instead. With this latest trailer, WayForward further cements that it’s knocking it out of the park as …

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