Capcom Games

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Dead Rising

All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely zombies. That's what Shakespeare would've said if he'd seen a zompocalypse.

Puzzle Fighter 2

Capcom has taken its Street Fighter II franchise and turned it into another addictive game.

Capcom's Soccer Shootout

Another soccer simulator.

The Misadventures Of Tron Bonne

The Misadventures of Tron Bonne, due this fall from Capcom.


At its core Okami is a highly stylized action adventure set in Feudal Japan that is somewhat in the same vein as The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker.

Biohazard 2: Value Plus

Japanese Dreamcast owners were understandably bummed when Code Veronica's release date was pushed back, but they did get a little consolation prize.

Forgotten Worlds

Blast through the stratosphere to the Forgotten Worlds of the 29th Century.
Sega Genesis Sega Master System

Mega Man Legends

Mega Man Legends (known as RockMan Dash in Japan and formerly known as Mega Man Neo and Mega Man Nova here in the U.S.)

Vampire Chronicle

Available exclusively through their Web site in Japan, Capcom has released a compilation of the critically acclaimed Darkstalkers games

Viewtiful Joe 2

In this latest Viewtiful you play through the game as both Joe and his girlfriend, Sylvia, switching between them on the fly with the touch of a button.

Street Fighter Collection 2

This is the collection fans have been waiting for.

Under the Skin

Aliens, you'd think, would prefer to take over the world in a flashy, action packed fashion.

Metal Walker

Stop me if any of this sounds familiar: In Metal Walker

Ghouls And Ghosts

This favorite is largely responsible for catapaulting everyone's opinion of the Genesis system into the stratosphere.

Strider 1 & 2

We know for a fact that the original Strider ranks among many gamers as one of their all-time favorite arcade titles.

Strider Returns: Journey from Darkness

Journey from Darkness: Strider Returns is a 2D Platformer game, developed by Tiertex Design Studios and published by U.S. Gold, which was released in 1992.
Sega Genesis

Clocktower 3

Adventure Horror is perhaps one of the most oft copied, poorest acted genres that the video game industry has ever given us.

Crimson Tears

This basically means taking one character at a time into a series of labyrinths under the city to beat past levels of bad guys and finally take on the level boss.

Cannon Spike

Take a few Capcom characters, put them on wheels, throw them into a 3/4-perspective action-shooter with infinite firepower and you get Cannon Spike.


The levels are set in empty, white, antiseptic rooms. The enemies, all robots, pack powerful weapons and transform into different shapes in mid-battle.

Side Arms

Side Arms was really the sequel to Capcom's first scrolling shooter featuring hover-robots, Section Z.