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Capcom Reveals Tokyo Game Show 2015 Lineup


Capcom has lifted the lid on the software titles it plans to showcase at this year’s Tokyo Game Show 2015. There are of course plenty of Monster Hunter related titles including Monster Hunter X – which is the next mainline Monster Hunter game. Of course, these are only the announced titles that the publisher and developer plans to show, so there could well be plenty of surprises for everyone. The Tokyo Game Show takes place on September 17th till September 20th.

  • Monster Hunter Diary: Poka Poka Airou Village DX (3DS) – Playable
  • Monster Hunter Spirits (Smartphone) – Playable
  • Monster Hunter Stories (3DS) – Stage Event, Live Stream
  • Monster Hunter X (3DS) – Playable, Stage Event, Live Steam
  • Resident Evil 0 (PS4, XBO, PS3, 360, PC) – Playable, Stage Event, Live Steam
  • Street Fighter V (PS4, PC) – Playable, Stage Event, Live Steam

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13 thoughts on “Capcom Reveals Tokyo Game Show 2015 Lineup”

    1. yea im so hype to see finally, for the longest time i thought they were just messin around or weren’t gonna show any footage until like a year from now, but i was wrong :). I also cant wait to see more of monster hunter cross with those 4 new styles and maybe even a new monster.

    1. Daddy long balls everyone of those games are on a Nintendo system except Street Fighter 5. And I guarantee it will be on the NX. So your entire existence is void and useless.

      1. Monster hunter spirit ISNT on a nintentendo platform (is for the smartphone) and THIS edition of Resident Evil 0 which is an hd REMAKE isnt coming to wiiu nor nx… So NO only 3/6 are on a nintendo platform and ONLY on 3ds which doesnt contradict what this game said since they are not on WIIU.
        I guarantee that street fighters V isnt going to appeare on the nx… No one buy a nintendo system for competitive fightimg games (except smash bros because of being exclusive) why?
        1-because of its online service. Streer fighters iv was laggy as balls… Imagine it on the original wii or the wiiu… This fighting games need 1:1 time reaction.
        2-nintendo doesnt treat well their competitive comunity.
        3-most of the american/european tournaments gets money from microsoft (thats why street fighters IV and marvel vs capcom 3 tournaments are played on the xbox360 versions) and even though Street fighters V isnt going to the xboxone… So the amount of money that sony had paid must be huge… So.i highly doubt they would break the deal.
        4-fighting games doesnt fit nintendo’s pad: okay pros use arcade sticks but a lot of fightingfans which are not pros (like me) dont spend >100€ on oneso we play with our game pads but nintemdo 64 was awful for controlling killer instinct gold and Mortal kombat 4, gamecube pad was awfull for marvel vs capcom 2 and snk vs capcom 2 and wii mote was even worse for tatsunoko vs capcom and guilty gear… Wiiu’s tablet was kind of meh for tekken tag tournament 2 and pro comtroller worked well i have to admit it.
        In the end companies release their games were their audience is and lets face it nintendo is not what competitive pro players buy (with tje exception of smash) so i would say that NO. Street fighter will stay a ps4/pc game

    2. Nintendo Lieutenant Cereza

      I knew they were gonna HD remaster every Resident Evil on the Gamecube. Why can’t they HD remaster Dragons Dogma?!

      1. Because rwsident evil REmake and Resident evil 0 arw games of 2002/2003 and dragon dogma is a game from 2008.
        Also rhey were nintendo exclusives so they are releasing them to a bigger audience. Dragon dogma was a 2008 game (correct me if im wrong) and it was already multiplatform. They are working on dragon dogma online if you are interested.

    3. If capcom made a monster hunter collection for consoles, including Monster Hunter G, freedom unite, 3G, 4G, and Cross in one package for wiiu, that would sell like hot cakes. I’m against pre orders, but man, that get me day one.

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