Capcom had a small booth this year, but you couldn’t miss the booth, no matter where you stood. Capcom sure knows how to be noticed and attract them all the same. I was attending E32009 as media this year and was able to be playing most of the games in Capcom’s list.
Marvel vs Capcom 2 (PS3 and Xbox 360) – Capcom did more than just a port, they upgraded the game to fix the issues that were found in the PS2 version, and re-did the graphics to fit into the HD-era. And, boy, it looks gorgeous. Its coming soon, so you’ll be able to play this. Surprisingly, there are a few that would play this. I was looking for a challenge, and I won, but then I lost to another dude. Dam.
Tatsunoko vs Capcom (Wii) – This game was hogged by many players during the time I was there; everyone wanted to play. And since it was new to me, I was going like “whoa” and other words – some moves were new to me, like Chun Li’s super kicks. Get this, you can do it in the air, too. What amazed me, was that some players knew how to play. It was nice watching you guys play, boys. Especially that tall african dude.
Lost Planet 2 (Multiplatform) – Game of the Booth – I think this is the best thing that was displayed at E3 by Capcom. They really fixed a lot of the issues many people had, and many of the issues I didn’t like, at all, either. Co-Op is highly featured in this game, and that’s just crazy more than 4 players Co Op? SIGN ME UP! I’m getting this the day its out. I hope its online.
Dark Void (Multiplatform) – One of the most confusing games on the show floor.
Editor’s Note: This is a recap of a post at Capcom-Unity.com.
I will post the images when I get home. I will also, in the next few days post impressions of Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2, Dark Void, MAG, God of War 3, Tekken 6, Split Second. After that, I will begin testing the waters on creating new videos (sorry, no videos from E3 this year, next year I will be more prepared for that).