Capcom is going to have a huge presence at San Diego Comic-Con next week. Here’s a look at all of the games they're bringing to the show:
Expect to see the 400 sq. ft. boxing ring back this year again that will feature Capcom’s fighting games lineup such as
. There will also be tournaments going on for
But wait! There's more! Hit the break to find out information on all of the signings and panels Capcom has in store for you.
Autographs! Producers from Japan, Udon artists, Bear McCreary and other special guests will be on hand throughout the week signing their names on your body parts.
Panels in easy to read copy and paste job from the PR e-mail:
- THURSDAY, JULY 23 – 3:15–4:15 CAPCOM 2009 Lineup – Join Capcom's premiere producers as they present sneak peeks at the most anticipated games of the year featuring Jun Takeuchi ( Lost Planet 2), Morgan Gray ( Dark Void), Daryl Allison ( Spyborgs), Motohide Eshiro ( Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth), and Masachika Kawata ( Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles). Moderated by Capcom-Unity.com's Seth Killian, see exclusive gameplay footage and behind-the-scenes making-of features followed by a Q&A session! Room 6BCF
- FRIDAY, JULY 24 – 2:30–3:30 CAPCOM Fighting Games – Capcom fighting fans unite as our game producters present first looks at the hottest new fighting games for the year featuring Rey Jiminez and John Diamonon ( Marvel vs. Capcom 2), Kazuhiro Tsuchiya ( Fate/Unlimited Codes), and Ryota Niitsuma ( Tatsunoko vs. Capcom). Moderated by Capcom-Unity.com's and SFII Champion, Seth Killian, see exclusive gameplay footage and behind-the-scenes making-of features. Plus, we'll pull a couple fans onstage for an impromptu Marvel vs. Capcom 2 tournament to show off your mad skillz and earn big Capcom prizes! All followed by a Q&A session! Room 5AB
- FRIDAY, JULY 24 – 5:00-6:00 LOST PLANET 2 – Capcom presents an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at one of the most anticipated games for the PS3 and Xbox 360 featuring premiere producer, Jun Takeuchi direct from Capcom Japan, joined by Frank Filice and Shawn Baxter of Capcom. Moderated by Capcom’s Francis Mao, see exclusive gameplay footage and making-of features. Plus, we'll pull a couple fans onstage for an impromptu Akrid hunting session to win some exclusive Capcom prizes! All followed by a Q&A session! Room 2
- SATURDAY, JULY 25 – 10:00-11:00 How to Get a Job in the Video Game Industry – Capcom presents a comprehensive panel of video game industry insiders who will share their story of how they got into the business, what types of career opportunities are available, and most importantly – provide tips and leads to the audience for their own entry into the industry. Featuring Cliff Bleszinski, Lyle Hall, Mona Hamilton, Francis Mao, Ruben Langdon, Karen Dyer and Shana Bryant. Moderated by Christian Svensson. Includes an indepth Q&A session Room 2
And don’t forget that the Capcom store
will be there as well! Here’s some of the exclusive items that you can only get at Comic-Con:
- STREET FIGHTER IV MAD CATZ FIGHT STICK TOURNAMENT EDITION - exclusive design just for Comic-Con
- STREET FIGHTER IV MAD CATZ FIGHT PAD - exclusive design just for Comic-Con
- DEVIL MAY CRY 4 NERO'S RED QUEEN SWORD - Heavy and very cool. We have 10 total; 5 with the standard blade and 5 with a weathered blade. The weathered blade is exclusive to Comic-Con. They have red leather-wrapped handles and tons of detail.
- DARK VOID "WILL" STATUE - this incredibly detailed statue featuring Will from our upcoming Dark Void game, lights up with integrated lighting effects with the flick of a switch (batteries not included). He also comes in a mini version without the glowing goodness.
- SF20: THE ART OF STREET FIGHTER - what would Comic-Con be if we didn't offer a new art book. Udon does us proud once again with amazing new hardcover. This oversized 320 page art book showcases artwork from the original Street Fighter game up through Street Fighter IV and all vs. crossovers. Includes artwork from legendary artists Akiman, CRMK Kinu Nishimura, Shinkiro, Ikeno, Edayan and more!
It’s at this point that I need to say Capcom’s Comic-Con presence is ten times better than their presence at E3 was. Dang.
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