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DICE 2009: Capcom's Jun Takeuchi Speaks On 'Resident Evil 5,' 'Monster Hunter,' And Making Fun Of Cliffy B
Catching up with Jun Takeuchi, game director and producer at Capcom, at DICE 2009 was a real pleasure. Brian did a fine job covering Takeuchi-san's DICE session, while I met with him to discuss the racism issue in Resident Evil 5, the Monster Hunter phenomenon, making fun of Epic's Cliffy B, and more. Takeuchi-san also answered some of your...
Sony's PSP machine rocks a high-res screen, Wi-Fi net support and it proves a worthy companion to your accomodate your gaming needs during travel. But even with the new PSP 3000 coming out this fall, Sony Worldwide studio boss Shuhei Yoshida believes that third party developers still needs to realize what their portable baby can do. In an...
Sony's adding some heavy back-up to their Playstation Portable this fall. Aside from the arrival of the brand spanking new PSP 3000, the handheld's networking capabilities will further expand via a firmware update. Starting this fall, PSP owners will be able to gain access to the Playstation Store straight from their device. No longer will they...
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