Feb 6, 2015 at 8:57 PM
I'm still puzzled as to how one of the worst games of all time has one of the catchiest tunes on the NESRandolf said:Everyone loves Cheetahmen
Dead Risingfunwillfunwill said:It felt like capcom trying to be relevant in the west again.
Not in comparison to say...activision. If you ask any random mainstream gamer about those games, there is a good chance that they havent played them, even if they had heard of them. Although this is just in my experience. Surely there are some places that more people play capcom games more than others. And there arent really that many gamers in my area, and if they are, they only play purely mainstream games like: CoD, Destiny, titanfall, etcCaptain Fabulous said:I think Capcom is doing fine over here.
True, they aren't currently in any danger of going under, but they obviously aren't doing as well as in the 90s.Captain Fabulous said:If a company doesn't have titles as recognizable as Call of Duty and Titanfall, it doesn't mean they're floundering. The latest Monster Hunter game is doing quite well over here, despite not being a household name. Now, Capcom is certainly no longer in their prime, but that doesn't mean they're struggling to stay relevant. They're just stagnating.
Holy shit I'd tear off my limbs if I had to endure bad ratsNoxid said: