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Teppen gets a new The Battle of Amatsu no Kuni expansion

Posted by Olly Smith on January 5th, 2021

Capcom’s Teppen has had a new expansion called The Battle of Amatsu no Kuni added to the game, introducing Oichi The Demon Queen as well as more cards and abilities for you to choose from.

This new expansion crosses over with Capcom’s Sengoku Basara franchise, and introduces cards for Light Army commander Tokugawa Ieyasu and Dark Army commander Ishida Mitsunari, as well as Oichi, a hero from the series. She’s a widow suppressing her anguish and has eventually found herself in Amatsu no Kuni. She eventually meets a false priestess who uses her influence to turn Oichi into a demon queen by having her surrender to the abyss.

LifeAfter has teamed up with Resident Evil once again to bring more Resi content to the survival RPG

Posted by Stephen Gregson on December 6th, 2020

Earlier this year NetEase teamed up with Capcom's popular survival horror series Resident Evil for an in-game event. Now, this has returned to the game with a host of new content for players to dive into until December 17th.

It will see players working together to battle against the Umbrella Corporation and earn a few Resident Evil-themed items along the way. Among them will be outfits from iconic Resident Evil characters Jill Valentine and Albert Wesker.

LifeAfter’s Resident Evil crossover has returned with new skins, levels, and more

Posted by Olly Smith on November 30th, 2020

LifeAfter’s Resident Evil crossover event is back for phase two after it successfully held an earlier collaboration earlier this year in August.

NetEase Games has kicked off phase two of the LifeAfter x Resident Evil event, which saw characters from the popular Capcom series appear within the framework of the familiar LifeAfter post-apocalypse survival gameplay. The event will last from this Thursday, 3rd December, and run until 17th December.

Voxel roguelike Knight Fright out now on iOS

Posted by Olly Smith on October 13th, 2020

ATOOI’s Knight Fright is a voxel-based roguelike that’s just been released on iOS.

Looking similar in appearance to the Capcom classic Ghosts N’ Goblins, the game has you hopping around on a blocky hill defeating all manners of evil monsters. One step at a time, you have to vanquish the earth of the menacing ghouls, ghosts and goblins that have invaded it.

Apple Arcade: Ranked - 26-50 [Updated 10.13]

Posted by Campbell Bird on September 16th, 2020

This is part 2 of our Apple Arcade rankings. Quick navigation to other parts:

1-25 | 26-50 | 51-75 | 76-100 | 101-125 | 126-150 | 151-175 | 176+

26. Neo Cab

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Neo Cab is a narrative adventure game where you work nights as a cab driver in the cyberpunk metropolis that is Los Ojos. As you drive around, you pick up all sorts of interesting characters and chat with them. While you do this, you need to balance your car’s charge, your driver rating, and try to solve an overarching mystery.

Rank Explanation:

There’s a lot of things I really like about Neo Cab’s look and storytelling, but there’s also a lot of things that make it a pretty poor mobile experience. The game has a great vibe and sharp writing, but there are way too few checkpoints in the game and it’s just a tad too easy to miss dialogue.

Devil May Cry: Pinnacle of Combat gets a new trailer to celebrate hitting 500,000 pre-registrations

Posted by Cameron Bald on December 18th, 2019

Yunchang Games and Capcom's hugely promising action titile, Devil May Cry: Pinnacle of Combat, has hit a whopping 500,000 pre-registrations in China. It's of course a mobile spinoff to Capcom's acclaimed Devil May Cry series, which recently saw a huge surge in popularity thanks to GOTY contender Devil May Cry V.

From the trailers and screenshots we've seen, Pinnacle of Combat looks surprisingly good, boasting solid visuals and the fast-paced, combo-heavy combat that DMC is known for. As a big fan of the earlier games, I'm super curious about this one. It certainly doesn't appear to be your average rushed-out-the-door mobile adaptation.

The latest trailer focuses on Dante's eclectic arsenal and all the ludicrous combat opportunities it provides. I'm still unsure as to whether it's a more on-rails experience than its big brothers, at least in terms of combat controls. Honestly, concessions will need to be made in order for DMC's action to translate well to touchscreen devices. I can't imagine playing any of the mainline entries using virtual buttons and having it feel sufficiently good.

A western release is yet to be confirmed, but we do know that it's slated to launch in China in 2020. It was originally planned to hit iOS and Android this year, though a delay was announced earlier in the month. I imagine, and very much hope, we'll eventually see this one head westward at some point in the near future.

TEPPEN guide - Tips and tricks for new players

Posted by Campbell Bird on July 12th, 2019

TEPPEN is a wild game that nobody asked for, but I’m sure glad it exists. Who would’ve thought that a CCG featuring Capcom characters could be so cool and weird?

In case you’re not completely sure what TEPPEN is, make sure to check out our review where we explain this wacky game. Then, come back here for some beginner tips that might help you as you start playing the game.

TEPPEN review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on July 8th, 2019
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: CAPCOM CARDS
TEPPEN is a surprisingly fun collectible card game that makes good use of Capcom characters.
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A weird, Flappy Bird spin-off might just be the best mobile fighting game out there

Posted by Campbell Bird on May 6th, 2019
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Back in 2014—during the height of Flappy Bird ‘s popularity—I would not have believed anyone if they said that five years later there’d be a fighting game released based on it. Here we are now, though: It’s 2019, Flappy Fighter exists, and it also just so happens to be the most competent mobile fighter there is.

Last week, Flappy Fighter dropped on the App Store, and it’s been quickly gaining attention. This is for good reason. The game is an homage to Street Fighter that uses Flappy Bird for its character design, and—within seconds of booting it up—you can tell it’s made with a lot of love and attention to detail.

Monster Hunter Stories review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Emily Sowden on October 6th, 2018
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: MONSTIES AND POOGIES
It may be a bit of a steep price point, but Monster Hunter Stories absolutely oozes quality and has plenty to keep you busy with
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+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on May 14th, 2018
Our rating: starhalfstarblankstarblankstarblankstar :: TOTAL BOMB
This puzzle game feels woefully unfinished.
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Puzzle Fighter review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on November 28th, 2017
Our rating: starstarhalfstarblankstarblankstar :: A PUZZLING MOVE
Puzzle Fighter has finally come to mobile, but it’s in a compromised state.
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Street Fighter IV Champion Edition review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on July 17th, 2017
Our rating: starstarhalfstarblankstarblankstar :: MISERABLE MULTIPLAYER
This "mobile"-ized version of Street Fighter feels great unless you're playing it online.
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Apollo Justice Ace Attorney review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on December 7th, 2016
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: NO OBJECTIONS
This installment of Capcom's colorful trial lawyer games is a competent and enjoyable experience.
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Phantom Rift - Tips, Tricks, Strategies, and Cheats for Traveling Through the Rift

Posted by Nadia Oxford on September 15th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: FRIENDLY PHANTOM :: Read Review »

Hello, Wanderers:
Want to see what we thought about exploring the dimension between life and death? Check out our Phantom Rift review!

Phantom Rift from Foursaken Media is a deep adventure/role-playing game that centers around intense battles with enemy monsters. It plays a good deal like Capcom's Mega Man Battle Network, which thrived on the Game Boy Advance, and veterans of that series should be able to sink right into Foursaken's title.

But that doesn't mean surviving the Rift is easy. Here are some tips that will help keep you alive in this strange, dark world.

Starting Out

  • The questions at the beginning of the game seem to influence the magic spells you receive - When you begin playing Phantom Rift, you're asked a brief series of questions about who you are. Do you like fighting with friends, or alone? Do you prefer fighting close-up, or from afar? The way in which you answer these questions seems to impact which spells you start the game with. For instance, if you say you prefer fighting up close, you should start off with an assortment of sword spells.

  • Stuck? Talk to Wispin - Wispin is your guide in the Rift. If you're unsure of what to do next, tap on him to chat. He can help light the way. [Editor's Note: *rimshot*]

  • Use energy sparingly - Early in Phantom Rift, you receive a ring that restores health at the cost of 30 energy. This is a valuable tool, and can mean the difference between life and death. That said, energy is very valuable as it's also used to buy spells, weapons, and armor. Instead of healing yourself with energy-consuming items, try restoring your health in-battle using spells.

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