Friday, May 13, 2011

Capcom Wants More Focus on PC

Japanese game publisher, Capcom, declared their intention to focus on the PC. Some game titles for the PC was already prepared.

It was raised Christian Svensson, Corporate Officer and Senior VP at Capcom's official blog on Capcom Unity, on Friday (13/05/2011).

According to Svensson, Capcom so far did not have a strong focus for the PC. Though the game on a PC is actually quite promising, especially in markets such as Russia, China, Korea and Brazil.

The problem is, Capcom is a Japanese company and Japan historically did not have a large PC gaming market. As a result, game developers in Japan, even many who do not 'comfortable' to develop games for the PC.

While from the company, said more and more executives Svensson Capcom requested from the PC version of games that will be created.

Some of the Capcom game is planned to present to the PC this year. These include Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition, Dead Rising 2: Off the Record and Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City.

Another thing that encourage Capcom to become strong in the PC is an online marketplace. Monster Hunter Frontier Online Game, for example, including one of the best-selling PC game Capcom.

"In short, although we have not achieved what I wanted, the future looks bright for Capcom fans who are also PC gamers," Svensson asserted.


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