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IGN Video - Monster Hunter Rise: The Final Preview

We examine the changes and overall feel of Monster Hunter Rise after extensively playing both the public and exclusive demos in which we faced intimidating monsters in the Frost Islands, and customized adorable new Palamutes and trusty Palicoes. Monster Hunter Rise will be released for the Nintendo Switch on March 26, 2021.

Capcom looking for fans to fill a live digital audience for their Monster Hunter Digital Event

Live in front of a studio audience...at home

Late last week, Capcom announced a Monster Hunter Digital Event for March 9th, 2021. This will be a virtual event, and Capcom wants to include fans in the showcase by having them appear in a virtual audience.

Capcom Japan has opened up applications for the event, and they're looking for 1,000 different people to participate through a Zoom call. Even though this application is open in Japan, Capcom says audience members from the world over are welcome. Participants will get to take home a special Monster Hunter Rise t-shirt and clear file, but those items will only be given out to Japanese viewers. Along with that, all participants will get a digital download code that can be redeemed in Monster Hunter Rise for special items.

Ghosts 'n Goblins Resurrection - more footage

Don't be fooled—this picturesque storybook world, while gorgeous, is a love-letter to the original titles and maintains the same punishing gameplay that fans have come to expect. So go on and test your mettle, for the gauntlet has been thrown!

Capcom Arcade Stadium "Ghouls 'n Ghosts" gameplay

Shooters, fighting, action—all your favorite genres in this exciting collection! Capcom Arcade Stadium brings back all the nostalgia of the arcade, while adding in new and exciting features you'll wish you had back then!

Legendary Fighters Ryu and Chun-Li Arrive Through the Fortnite Zero Point

You win!

Once again, the dataminers were spot-on. Street Fighter II content is coming to Fortnite, as revealed in the trailer above. Both Ryu and Chun-Li are hopping into the Zero Point to visit Battle Royale island, and they'll be showing up tomorrow evening.

Capcom Arcade Stadium version of Street Fighter II removes the "Rising Sun" imagery from E. Honda's stage

Street Fighter II aficionados have noticed something different with the version of Street Fighter II in Capcom Arcade Stadium.

As you might have spotted above, E. Honda's stage is looking a little different. The original version of the game featured imagery from the Rising Sun flag, which became known as the flag of the Imperial Japanese Army and Navy. This is a controversial image in parts of East Asia, which led to Capcom's removal of the imagery.

Capcom has altered E. Honda's stage to remove the imagery in other recent re-releases of Street Fighter II as well.

Street Fighter content teased for Fortnite

Ryu's ready to get sweaty

Those who've been playing Fortnite recently have no doubt seen the portals that are popping up around the map. Those portals gave us a tip on Tron content being added to the game, and now they're showing a completely different tease.

As you can see in the video above, the portals are now showing off a tease of Ryu's arena from Street Fighter. That seems like a pretty solid tease for a Ryu skin in the game, but it's likely there will be a few other Street Fighter skins added as well. Expect an official announcement of Street Fighter content from Epic very soon.

Monster Hunter Digital Event set for March 8th, 2021, live-streams sets for March 9th and 11th, 2021 as well

A monstrous March

Monster Hunter Rise is coming to Switch on March 26th, 2021, and Capcom has some big plans to promote the game. The company has revealed that a Monster Hunter Digital Event is airing on March 8th, followed by Monster Hunter Rise gameplay, tutorials, and director Q&A on March 9th, and a community live-stream on March 11th, 2021. The build-up to Monster Hunter Rise is looking pretty exciting!

New Japanese commercial for Monster Hunter Rise released

March 26th can't get here soon enough!

Monster Hunter Rise comes to Switch on March 26th, 2021, and there's no doubt it'll do big business. Capcom and Nintendo are eager to spread the word to all Switch owners, including those in Japan. Yet another commercial for the game has been released, and you can give it a watch above.

Check out more gameplay for Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection

Don't get your boxers in a bunch

Watch as this nostalgic yet completely reimagined storybook world unravels before your very eyes. Taking cues from both Ghosts 'n Goblins and Ghouls 'n Ghosts and giving birth to something entirely new, Resurrection is a title worthy of its name.

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