Capcom Can't Kick Its Pachi-Slot Habit

The streets of Tokyo's Shibuya are a battleground. For your money.

Capcom's hack-and-slash action game Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams might have been released in 2006, but that hasn't stopped the Osaka-based game company from licensing out the game for a pachi-slot game, Shin Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams.

Heck, that hasn't stopped Capcom from licensing out other properties like Street Fighter's Chun-Li, Devil May Cry and Resident Evil to pachi-slot companies.

Unlike regular slot machines, pachi-slot machines have a "skill stop". Players press a button to stop the spinning reels. Sadly, there isn't a button to stop Capcom from turning its games into pachi-slot machines.


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