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Gaming Flashback: Yo! Noid

January 2nd, 2009 · No Comments

Yo! Noid was a commercial opportunity for Domino’s Pizza developed by Capcom. This retro style game revolved around Domino’s Pizza claymation style mascot, the Noid, as he adventures through fourteen stages of side scrolling action. The game sound was much like any other 8-bit action platformer. It reminded me of the original Teenage Mutant Ninja […]

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Tags: capcom · Editorial · Nintendo · Retro

Retro Gaming: Mega Man 9 Get’s Flicker and Bugs

August 7th, 2008 · No Comments

Capcom isn’t fooling around, they know their market for Mega Man 9 on Xbox Live, WiiWare and PSN and its nostalgic gamers with a desire to be a kid again. Any retro gamer will tell you the old school experience must include some pixel flickers, slow down and 8-bit style bugs. They have decided to […]

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Tags: capcom · Platformer · playstation 3 · Retro · WiiWare · Xbox 360

Are You An Okami Fan?

July 30th, 2008 · 1 Comment

PlayStation 2 fans may recall a little title called Okami, it’s an action adventure game developed by Clover Studios and published by Capcom. The original Okami title received fairly high reviews by many popular game sites, although there were a few flaws, the receiption seemed well received. Clover Studios was closed after the release and […]

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Tags: capcom · Industry News · playstation 3

Mega Man 9, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 Confirmed

July 10th, 2008 · 2 Comments

Capcom has finally come out and stated Mega Man 9 will indeed be available on the PlayStation 3 (PSN) and Xbox 360 (Xbox Live). Capcom may be making a great move by providing everyone the ability to play their new retro title in download form. The game is definitely going to be a smaller title […]

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Tags: capcom · playstation 3 · Retro · WiiWare · Xbox 360

Retro Gaming Moves: Spinning Bird Kick

July 8th, 2008 · No Comments

In 1987, Capcom created a new winner with the Street Fighter series. Knowing the demographic, they went for teenage boys with the desire to play fighting games in the arcade in competitive fashion. But is a good fighting game without some eye candy? Chun-Li was the star, with her Spinning Bird Kick. Actually, Chun-Li never […]

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Tags: capcom · Editorial · Retro