From Dead Rising 2: Off The Record To Asura's Wrath, A Capcom Blow-Out

Two new Resident Evils. A big new dragon game. The next Street Fighter twist. A Dead Rising remake. And one Hindu-inspired epic with an amazing boss battle.

Those were the big games of Captivate 2011, a showcase recently held in Miami for many of the biggest Capcom games coming out in the next year.

I went to Captivate 2011, and over the next few days will be sharing as much as I can with you about all these games: from screenshots and trailers to developer interviews and hands-on impressions, plus a surprise story or two (one will involve a real life shark - promise!).

This round-up of Captivate coverage will be updated throughout the week. For now, here's our first day of coverage:

Street Fighter X Tekken

How Street Fighter X Tekken controls... and why it's not called Street Fighter vs. Tekken [Read]

Screens and video of the Street Fighter and Tekken heroes beating each other up. [Watch]

Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition

Gawk at Oni vs Evil Ryu, and admire the latest screenshots for this June expansion. [Watch]

Asura's Wrath

One extraordinary boss battle: six-armed man vs Tennessee-sized finger. [Read]

A gallery of extraordinary sights from Asura's Wrath [Look]

Dead Rising 2: Off The Record

They're actually remaking Dead Rising 2 with the lead character of Dead Rising 1. [Read]

Dragon's Dogma

Despite a clunky debut, the dragon game from the makers of Devil May Cry has a ton of potential. [Read]

Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City

You can run and shoot, simultaneously, in the next two Resident Evil games. Here's why. [Read]

The grim sights of Raccoon City [Look]

Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D

You can run and shoot, simultaneously, in the next two Resident Evil games. Here's why. [Read]

Expect more about these games throughout the week. And if you have lingering questions about these games, let me know in the comments and I'll do my best to answer them.


    I for one am surprised how much support Capcom is showing for PC with these titles.

      I always found it mildly amusing that the only PC Gaming Alliance member that seemed to actually be doing something to promote and/or support PC gaming was the primarily console-styled game developer. I've definitely enjoyed and appreciated some of their porting efforts in recent years (GFWL-use aside).

    About this Dead Rising 2 remake, is it really just the same game with Frank instead of Chuck or will there be more to it than that?

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