Street Fighter & Mortal Kombat Enemies Making Out = Flawless Victory

We always knew Sub Zero and Scorpion had a thing.


It’s Remembered for Its Action, But ‘Resident Evil 4’ Was a Superbly Scripted Video Game

RE4 was outstanding of visuals, sound and set-piece variety – but more than that, it was a fantastic example of video game writing.


Phoenix Enduring: How the ‘Law and Order’ of Gaming Has Lasted for 15 Years

Few expected the Ace Attorney series to make inroads worldwide, least of all Capcom. But now its newest instalment has come West, the impressive Spirit of Justice.


How ‘Monster Hunter Generations’ Has Improved On an Already Formidable Formula

Capcom's 12-year-old series proves it can learn plenty of new tricks with Generations, the studio's finest hunt yet.


Video Game Translators Are on Your Side, So Stop Hating on Them

Localisation is a tough, taxing and thankless job, but because of it we can enjoy games that otherwise would have been lost to us.


On ‘Ōkami’ at Ten Years Old: the Quintessential Ageless Video Game

Graphics so commonly date video games, badly, but the sense of style that Clover Studio brought to its 2006 adventure is truly timeless.


How ‘Resident Evil VII’ Connects to the Most Controversial ‘X-Files’ Episode Ever

There's more than a hint of "Home" about Capcom's new horror.


Capcom, Listen Up: Here’s What We Want from ‘Resident Evil 7’

Did someone say REboot? They did, and it was us. Because Resi is crying out for some fresh blood to infect with all-new horrors.


I’ll Never Love a Console Like I Loved the SEGA Dreamcast

SEGA's swansong console was ahead of its time, but its amazing games were eclipsed by the super-hyped PlayStation 2.


‘Resident Evil’ at 20: Flawed, Formulaic, But Still a Fearsome Horror Original

Capcom's survival horror followed video gaming logic, but it also subverted expectations, keeping the player thinking anything could happen.


Watch ‘Street Fighter V: KO Dreams’

Watch the Capcom-commissioned film, looking both back at the series' past and the launch of Street Fighter V.


KO’d But Forever Classic: A Eulogy for ‘Street Fighter IV’

Pro-level players give us their thoughts on the significance of the fighting game phenomenon, as Capcom transitions from IV to V.