Founded in Japan in 1979 as a manufacturer and distributor of electronic game machines, Capcom has built a reputation for introducing cutting-edge technology and software to the video game market. A leader in the video game industry for 20 years, Capcom's legacy of historic franchises in home and arcade gaming are testaments to an unparalleled commitment to excellence.
Building on its origins as a game machine manufacturer, Capcom is now involved in all areas of the video game industry and has offices in Tokyo and Osaka, Japan; Sunnyvale, California; London, England; and Hong Kong, China. Additionally, it leases arcade game machines, and most recently has expanded into amusement facility management with the opening of the Nickel City arcades in the US.
Blockbuster franchises like Resident Evil, Street Fighter, Breath of Fire and the ever-popular Mega Man series set the standard in creative innovation, character development and unsurpassed gameplay. With unlimited creativity and technical expertise, Capcom continues to develop blockbuster hit after blockbuster hit and is synonymous with outstanding control, vibrant graphics and unsurpassed playability.
Capcom develops products for all age groups and supports the programs and guidelines established by the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB). Capcom's E rated games for Everyone (content suitable for persons 6 and older) include Magical Tetris Challenge and products in the Mega Man and Mega Man X line of games. Capcom's T rated games for Teens (content suitable for persons 13 and older) include Street Fighter Alpha 3, Power Stone, Darkstalkers and the Breath of Fire series of products. Capcom's M rated games for mature audiences (content suitable for persons 17 and older) include the Resident Evil series of products, Onimusha, and Dino Crisis.
XBOX 360 Games
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NINTENDO Wii Games
NINTENDO DS Games