Capcom have begun a Capcom Golden Week Sale on the Nintendo Switch and 3DS eShops with another of top title discounted including Monster Hunter XX, Rockman 11, Street Fighter II, Okami, and more. Check out the full list of Switch titles below…
ー CAPCOM BELT ACTION COLLECTION (Capcom) ¥3,300 → ¥2,475
ー Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection International (Capcom) ¥4,860 → ¥3,159
ー Rockman 11: Unmei no Haguruma!! (Capcom) ¥4,990 → ¥3,493
Capcom Co., Ltd. have reported an impressive third quarter with Monster Hunter: World surpassing 11 million units sold, Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate “enjoyed robust sales”, Mega Man 11 “reported strong sales”, Onimusha is “off to a good start”, Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection “performed strongly”, and Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1+2 “performed well”.
Edit: sales are Mega Man 11 with 870K, Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1+2 with 920K, and Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection with 800K. Numbers are worldwide, retail plus digital on all platforms. Thanks to Naruki.
Capcom’s beat ‘em-up collection Capcom Belt Action Collection gets a physical release in Japan on 06 December and includes Final Fight, Captain Commando, The King of Dragons, Knights of the Round, Warriors of Fate, Armored Warriors and Battle Circuit. Preorder here and use the code JPNINTENDO for $3 off! Announcement trailer added below.
Capcom have announced CAPCOM BELT ACTION COLLECTION for Nintendo Switch, releasing at retail on 06 December priced at 3,564 yen and digital on 20 September priced at 3,300 yen, it is currently available to preload. The collection includes Final Fight, The King of Dragons, Captain Commando, Knights of the Round, Tenchi o Kurau II: Sekiheki no Tatakai (Warriors of Fate), Powered Gear and Battle Circuit. Announcement trailer added below…
Capcom are holding a Gyakuten Saiban Series Special Court 2018 at the Tokyo Game Show on 22 September between 16:00-16:40 JST where they promise to “deliver up-to-date information on the Gyakuten Saiban series that fans cannot miss!“ A Nintendo Switch entry has already been confirmed.