Devil May Cry 5
The legendary over-the-top action series returns, complete with its signature blend of high-octane stylized action and otherworldly and original characters the series is known for.
Resident Evil 2
Capcom is remaking PlayStation One survival-horror classic Resident Evil 2 for modern consoles.
Monster Hunter: World
Monster Hunter becomes even deadlier in Monster Hunter: World, introducing an expansive world and ecosystem that players on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC can explore.
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite
Some battles are timeless, as the evergreen fighting franchise that pits Capcom's best against Marvel's finest has proven by withstanding the test of time.
Monster Hunter Stories
Monster Hunter Stories is a 3DS game where players take on the role of riders.
Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers
A revitalized rendition of Street Fighter II is in the works for Nintendo Switch, with a brand new set of fighters.
Resident Evil 7: biohazard
Resident Evil 7 sets a new course for the Resident Evil series as it leverages its roots and opens the door to a truly terrifying horror experience.
Devil May Cry: Deadshot
Devil May Cry: Deadshot is a mobile action game based on the popular Devil May Cry series.
Ghost 'n Goblins Online
Capcom takes a second shot at bringing its arcade action game into the online space.
Resident Evil: Survivor 2 - Code: Veronica
The sequel to capcom's light-gun shooting game is coming. This time it is based on the Code: Veronica timeline and environments.
Capcom Fighting All-Stars
Characters from Rival Schools, Street Fighter, and Final Fight were represented in this unreleased 3D fighter from Capcom.
Ghouls 'N Ghosts Online
Capcom's classic Ghouls 'N Ghosts franchise is being turned into a massively multiplayer game.
The Magical Ninja: Jiraiya Kenzan!
Jiraiya: The Magical Ninja is a 3D action game that can be played by two players simultaneously.
This 2D platform game sees players assuming the role of a genie with the ability to change into a number of different creatures.
War of the Grail
The arcade game will be a 3D action game with a similar hack-n-slash style to Koei's Dynasty Warriors, except it features fantasy-styled characters such as skeleton warriors rather than Asian ...
Talisman is a fantasy hybrid board/role-playing game based on the classic board game of the same name.
Dino Crisis 2
Dino Crisis 2 avoids the stereotypes of the genre and delivers one of the most refreshing takes on the third-person action shooter to date.
Ground Control ignites the stagnant real-time strategy genre with magnificent 3-D visuals, dazzling special effects, and enthralling gameplay.
The interesting level design, copious eye candy, and heavily touted online play are crippled by the games fumbled controls.
Street Fighter EX2 Plus
While EX2 Plus adds a few features and some new characters to the mix, it doesn't really have the overall flair that made the first game stand out.
Marvel vs. Capcom 2
Marvel vs. Capcom 2 takes the series' long-running brand of fighting insanity a step or two further, making for Capcom's flashiest 2D fighter to date.
Though The Getaway's combination of driving and on-foot shooting sequences is occasionally entertaining, and the production values are impressive, usually the game just isn't fun.
Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos
It's just an outstanding game, filled with all the charm, all the detail, and all the lasting appeal that characterizes all of the finest games ever made.
Mega Man X5
Fans of the classic 2D games will no doubt find much to love in X5, while those who can't get into the aging conventions and mechanics probably won't care a ...
RLH: Run Like Hell
Despite its lengthy development cycle, RLH still feels rushed and incomplete.
Those who've played any game in the Darkstalkers series will feel right at home with Vampire Chronicles.
Tomb Raider: Chronicles
Tomb Raider Chronicles is a worthy enough "sequel" to the original and can deliver an adequate number of thrills, though nothing unique or surprising.
With Arx Fatalis, Arkane Studios intended to pay homage to the classic early-'90s first-person role-playing game Ultima Underworld, but it has done much more than just imitate that game.
Maximo: Ghosts to Glory
The graphics are simple yet endearing, the gameplay is repetitive but solid, and the game's design is a throwback to the 16-bit era.
Metal Walker is a more than worthwhile endeavor for anyone that is in between Pokémon games.
Regardless of whether you've played other games like it, you'll find that Empire Earth is massive--more than most real-time strategy games would dare to be.
Originally designed for the Naomi hardware in arcades, the Dreamcast version looks virtually identical to its coin-op counterpart.
Mega Man Xtreme
If you're a fan of the series, Xtreme's general gameplay, familiar environments, and visual repertoire should be enough to warrant a purchase.
Devil May Cry
Devil May Cry has successfully captured the twitch-based, relentlessly free-flowing gameplay style of so many classic 2D action games.
Robin Hood: Defender of the Crown
Diehard fans of the original should find a lot to like about Robin Hood: Defender of the Crown, but if you don't have any such emotional attachment, there are better ...
It's really one of the more interesting shooters to see a home release in recent times, and there's really no telling when another will be released.
Mega Man Battle Network
The game's battle system aptly captures the essence of Mega Man, and so does the colorful visual style.
Super Street Fighter II X for Matching Service
IMPORT: The game is definitely close to arcade-perfect, but when you consider the game's age and its place in the Street Fighter universe, the resulting product isn't terribly impressive.
Heavy Metal: Geomatrix
Heavy Metal is simply an uninteresting licensed 3D arena shooter that feels extremely rushed and won't impress anyone.