Sixteen years after its PlayStation Portable debut, Capcom has announced that online services for Mega Man Powered Up (known as RockMan RockMan in Asian territories) will be shutting down on November 30th. Like LittleBigPlanet and Super Mario Maker, the shutdown will mean the loss of thousands — if not tens or hundreds of thousands —
Capcom announced on November 8th that several of their older Steam releases are experiencing issues during installation thanks to the old Games For Windows LIVE framework. “We are temporarily disabling the purchase option on Steam while we investigate the matter further,” Capcom said in a post on several of the games’ Steam store pages. The
Capcom Japan has announced that their free-to-play RPG for the Nintendo 3DS, Megami Meguri, will be removed from the eShop on September 30th. As a game where you teach Japanese vocabulary to a chibi goddess it’s no surprise that this one was a Japan-exclusive release. The team’s Google-translated announcement reads: Thank you for using “Megami
After delisting the game on short notice in August of 2019, Capcom has announced that DuckTales: Remastered is back on sale on all console and PC formats; the Android and iOS versions have yet to reappear. Capcom broke the news on March 3rd across social media and the Capcom Unity blog, simply stating that the
There’s sad news for Japanese Rockman fans and potential bad news for the rest of the Mega Man-loving world coming up in just over a week. Capcom Unity Japan announced on November 26th that four PSone Classic Rockman releases will be removed from sale on December 13th. Those being Rockman 8, Rockman X4, Rockman X5
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