Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen coming to PC

by Lucas Miller Capcom took to Twitter earlier this morning to announce a PC release for the 2013 action RPG Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen.   DRAGON’S DOGMA™: DARK ARISEN COMES TO PC THIS JANUARY — Capcom UK (@Capcom_UK) September 8, 2015 More details regarding the game's re-release have been provided in a Capcom Unity blog post.

A playable demo will be available in the next few weeks at the Tokyo Game Show from Sept. 17 through Sept. 20.

'Ace Attorney 6' details released

New details for the latest entry in the Ace Attorney series have emerged. In an interview with Japanese magazine Weekly Famitsu, developers talked about the upcoming Ace Attorney 6 and announced some new information on the plot and gameplay. While the series is no stranger to odd law practices and psychic abilities, Ace Attorney 6 seems to be stepping it up a notch.


Capcom announces Resident Evil Origins Collection

Capcom announced a new collection for the Resident Evil series. The Origins Collection will include both of the HD remastered versions of Resident Evil and the upcoming Resident Evil 0 remake. The collection will be released in physical form on disk, as opposed to buying the two games separately, which is currently digital only. The company also announced that Wesker Mode will also be included on the Resident Evil 0 remaster, both on the collection and its solo digital release.


'Ace Attorney 6' announced, getting US release

Capcom recently confirmed reports that a new Ace Attorney game is in the works. Ace Attorney 6 (working title) is currently in development, and will be getting a release in the west. Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu reported that the 6th main entry in the Ace Attorney courtroom drama series was in development.


Deus Ex coming in February

According to a Square Enix press release, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided will be launched on February 23, 2016. The PlayStation Blog revealed further details about the game's release.


Wes Craven dead at 76

Acclaimed horror film master Wes Craven has died. The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed with family sources that the 76-year-old filmmaker lost his battle with brain cancer this Sunday. Framed for such films as A Nightmare on Elm Street and Last House on the Left, Craven was also set to develop several TV projects in the coming year. He is survived by his two children Jonathan and Jessica Craven. -------Source: Hollywood Reporter, AV Club Image: Robyn Twomey

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