As a 3rd installment and exclusive launch title to a next gen console, Dead Rising 3 had a lot of hype to live up to. Even with this pressure, Capcom did not disappoint and displayed what the Xbox One is capable of.
DmC: Devil May Cry is an action-adventure game with hack and slash elements. It was developed by Ninja Theory and published by Capcom on January 15, 2013 worldwide for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. It was released a week later on PC. DmC is a reboot of the original Devil May Cry series that was … Continue reading DMC: Devil May Cry Review
Remember Me is an action-adventure video game released in 2013 worldwide for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. It was developed by Dontnod Entertainment and published by Capcom. Remember Me was originally a PlayStation 3 exclusive titled “Adrift” before it was cancelled in 2011. It was later purchased by Capcom and developed as a … Continue reading Remember Me Review
This blog is a part of my 10 day countdown until the PlayStation 4 is released! Be sure and check in everyday for more! The following list is only my personal top 10 and does not reflect any of the other members of Middle of Nowhere Gaming. The PlayStation 2 was where gaming … Continue reading Top 10 PS2 Games
I will be releasing my top six most anticipated PlayStation 4 games over the next several days. These games are not all exclusive to the PlayStation 4 but they will still be released on it. In my opinion it doesn’t matter if a game is on both consoles as long as it is … Continue reading PlayStation 4 Game Spotlight: Deep Down
The following list is only my personal top 10 and does not reflect any of the other members of MONG. I was only between the ages of 6 and 10 when I played most of these games and didn’t play much of the PlayStation 1 after that, so if there is a game that you … Continue reading Top 10 PS1 Games
Many Megaman fans agree that Capcom has not done the blue bomber justice in recent years by cancelling development on several Megaman games (one of which was a first-person shooter). As it turns out, Keiji Inafune agrees and has distanced himself from Capcom.