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Capcom Tokyo Game Show Keynote Overview

Capcom has given us a taster of things to come in their Tokyo Games Show press conference.
Some interesting and exciting titles have been announced, a new installment to a popular series, DLC for an unreleased game and a brand new title. Please see below for a brief overview of these new titles.

Dead Rising: Case West

First up on Capcom's lineup was Dead Rising: Case West. This is an epilogue to the Dead Rising series and takes place after the events of Dead Rising 2. The trailer shown shows Chuck Green, Hero of DR2 stood looking down on Fortune city saying that he has to protest his innocence. Along with him to help him do that is Frank West.
Dead Rising: Case West is exclusive to the Xbox 360.

Dead rising

Asura's Wrath

Asura's Wrath is a brand new Title, developed by Cyberconnect2. It is a hack and slash title set in a setting influenced by Asian mythology . The trailer demonstrated shows a muscle clad hero wielding a large sword in a typical hack and slash genre way. Capcom bigwig Keiji Inafune described the game as it "gives him goosebumps" and is something "fresh and new"

Asura's Wrath has been in development for over a year now and Inafune promises it will look a lot "cooler" the next time it is shown.
More info will be posted when we have it.

asuras wrath

DMC

A new Devil May Cry title, named DMC has been announced. DMC is in the capable hands of UK based Ninja Theory, developers of Heavenly Sword, and will rekindle our relationship with the franchise's original protagonist, Dante.
Promising to redefine the dark and brutal nature of the series, DMC will depict a duplicitous world where nothing is ever as it seems and the line between good and evil is constantly blurred. The project will be overseen by key staff from the Capcom Labs to ensure the team at Ninja Theory provide a fitting installment to the Devil May Cry saga.

Dante 

Angelfromabove | 15th September, 2010

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