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Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite Belongs To The Fighting Game Community Now

Last week, the Evolution Championship Series announced the main lineup for its 2018 event won’t include Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite; I was able to confirm just a few days later that the game will also be left off this year’s Capcom Pro Tour. These developments have left Marvel vs. Capcom on life support and its […]

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Bringing Monster Hunter: World To Nintendo Switch Is “Difficult,” Says Capcom

Monster Hunter: World is a smash hit. But the game is currently only playable on the PS4 and Xbox One. Wouldn’t it be great to play it on a system you could carry around? You know, like the Nintendo Switch? That, Capcom says, would not be easy.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Monster Hunter: World Shows How Destiny 2’s Grind Could Improve

At a first glance, it may seem like Destiny 2 and Monster Hunter: World don’t have much common. But there are several clear reasons why people like me are switching from Bungie’s first-person shooter to Capcom’s third-person monster-fighter. The biggest one, in my view, comes down to grinding and loot.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Monster Hunter’s Animations Make You A Better Player

Success in Monster Hunter: World isn’t just about knowing what each monster can do, but knowing what you can do. There are 14 different weapon types in the game, and each has its own series of animations. This has always been a staple of series, and these animations force the player to stick with their […]

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Source: Capcom Lays Off Staff, Cuts Scope On Next Dead Rising

Capcom has laid off a significant number of staff in its Vancouver office as part of a shift that saw the company cancel an unannounced project and cut scope on the next Dead Rising, according to a person familiar with the company as well as various posts on social media.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Source: Capcom Lays Off Staff, Cuts Scope On Next Dead Rising

Capcom has laid off a significant number of staff in its Vancouver office as part of a shift that saw the company cancel an unannounced project and cut scope on the next Dead Rising, according to a person familiar with the company as well as various posts on social media.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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What Monster Hunter: World’s Multiplayer Gets Right And Wrong

Slaying a rampaging rathalos with a team of friends is one of Monster Hunter: World’s greatest joys—if you can sort through the menus required to join your pals. The game’s online management is clumsy and poorly explained. Setting up online sessions and sharing codes can be confusing, but it helps you get the precise…Read more… […]

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Monster Hunter: World: The Kotaku Review

Video games often deal in illusions, proffering the fantasy of control and power even when your meaningful influence is minimal. Monster Hunter: World, the new third-person action game from Capcom, absolutely deals in fantasy. It plucks you from reality and sets you in the domains of exotically imposing monsters that…Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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The Directors Of Monster Hunter World Try To Explain Why It’s Not Coming To The Nintendo Switch 

Monster Hunter World is due out January 26 on PS4 and Xbox One but not the Switch. According to the game’s directors that’s because it was in development well before Nintendo’s handheld had been revealed.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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