Capcom Touts Dragon’s Dogma As Its Next Hit Franchise

Capcom announced today three new titles, Dragon's Dogma, Dead Rising 2: Off the Record and Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition in development.

Dragon's Dogma is touted by Capcom as their "next opus". The game official description reads as follows:

"Set in a huge open world, Dragon's Dogma is a unique action experience that blends exciting and fulfilling combat with the freedom to explore and interact in a rich, living and breathing world. With your party of three you set out on an epic adventure to track down and destroy a mysterious dragon. Along the way you'll encounter some of the biggest and baddest beasts ever to roam the land, and only skilful play and tactical teamwork can save the day."

"Utilizing an enhanced version of Capcom's proprietary MT Framework engine that delivered the groundbreaking graphical styles and lighting effects used in Resident Evil 5 and Lost Planet 2, Dragon's Dogma expands the environment to create a vast, richly detailed world, ripe for exploration. Dragon's Dogma will deliver a whole new world of action to PlayStation3 computer entertainment system and Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft in 2012."

Dead Rising 2: Off The Record, is a reimagining of the Fortune City outbreak which took place in Dead Rising 2. It is scheduled for release on PS3™, Xbox 360 and Windows PCs this autumn.

Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition will add new characters as well as new balancing tweaks. It will be released on Xbox 360, PS3 and Windows PCs this summer. More specifically, the add-on version of Arcade Edition will be available as a downloadable upgrade for existing Super Street Fighter IV owners on June 7 for 1200 MS Points or $14.99, with a full console retail product following on June 24 in Europe and June 28 in North America, respectively, and a PC version in July.

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