Onimusha Dawn of Dreams Review

The original Onimusha trilogy is held in high regard by almost every gamer. It combined horror, Japanese history, and beautiful combat to complete a unique and addicting series. In 2006, Capcom developed and published Onimusha Dawn of Dreams, a continuation of the universe but set 15 years later after Onimusha 3. Onimusha is one ofContinue reading “Onimusha Dawn of Dreams Review”

Lost Planet 3 Review

Lost Planet as a series is about as different as it gets when it comes to consistent gameplay and characters. All three main entries have almost nothing to do with each other while drastically changing the gameplay. In 2013, Spark Unlimited was developed while Capcom published Lost Planet 3 on the Xbox 360 and PlayStationContinue reading “Lost Planet 3 Review”

Lost Planet 2

After the moderate success of Lost Planet: Extreme Condition in 2006 for the Xbox 360. Capcom followed it up with a sequel. Lost Planet 2 was released in 2010 for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Developed and published by Capcom, Lost Planet 2 completely erased the plot and characters of the first game andContinue reading “Lost Planet 2”

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Justice For All

By Tiger Chainsaw After the success of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Capcom developed and produced a sequel titled “Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Justice For All” in 2002 for the Game Boy Advance. Initially released for the Game Boy Advance in Japan, the second game in the title Ace Attorney series was ported to AmericaContinue reading “Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Justice For All”

Lost Planet: Extreme Condition

Set on a frozen planet filled with snow pirates, monstrous wildlife, mech suits, and extreme conditions, Lost Planet: Extreme Condition was released for the Xbox 360 in 2006. Developed and published by Capcom, Lost Planet was originally scheduled to be an Xbox 360 exclusive before being ported to the PlayStation 3 two years later. ThisContinue reading “Lost Planet: Extreme Condition”

1942

World War II is a popular setting in video games from the beginning. In 1986, Capcom developed and published “1942” for the Nintendo Entertainment System putting the player into a plane during… you guessed it 1942 over the Pacific Ocean. Would this early vertical shooter impress me or should it have perished in the war?Continue reading “1942”

Giga Wing

Shooters were starting to lose their steam in the late 90s and early 2000s but that didn’t stop developer Takumi Corporation teaming up with Capcom to release “Giga Wing” in 2000 for the Sega Dreamcast. Giga Wing offers four different pilots to choose from each with their own storyline and weapons in this steam-punk inspiredContinue reading “Giga Wing”

Mega Man 7

After six games on the Nintendo Entertainment System, the Mega Man series was moving to the Super Nintendo. In 1995, Capcom developed and published Mega Man 7 paving way for the blue bomber to upgrade to 16-bit graphics. How would the series differ from the NES and what new characters would be introduced? Story:Out ofContinue reading “Mega Man 7”

Mega Man 6

The final Mega Man from the original series on the Nintendo Entertainment System was released in March 1994. Developed by Capcom and published by Nintendo, Mega Man 6 closed the door on a series that had seen six releases on the Nintendo. The Blue Bomber’s final mission on the Nintendo would see him take onContinue reading “Mega Man 6”

U.N. Squadron

“Top Gun on the SNES” Developed and published by Capcom, U.N. Squadron was a side-scrolling shooter in the arcade before it was ported to the Super Nintendo in 1991. U.N. Squadron has you taking control of three pilots as you navigate your way through a war map taking out enemy targets and bases. How wouldContinue reading “U.N. Squadron”