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The DTOID Show: Capcom, Namco Bandai, and FEZ!


2:30 AM on 04.12.2012



It's been a while since we had a show as jam-packed as today's, so go ahead and break out that poncho, because it's about to rain hyperlinks in here!

On the first half of the show, we cover all the news to come out of Capcom's Captivate event, including details on DmC Devil May Cry (including a ridiculous new trailer), a Resident Evil 6 preview with a new release date to boot, and an announcement and first look at Lost Planet 3. This morning was also Namco Bandai's press conference, which saw quite a few announcements - some good, some bad, and some just plain WTF

On the non-news side of things, FEZ hits XBLA this Friday, so we devoted the second half of the show to explaining precisely why you should buy it. I'm always apprehensive about revealing too many spoilers, so instead I'll just casually point out that it's only 800 MS points, while reminding you that someone paid more than that to see Jack & Jill in theaters.







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