All Games Showcased at Capcom Spotlight

Resident Evil 4 Remake
Resident Evil 4 Remake Capcom

Capcom has a lot of games launching this year, so a showcase was inevitable. Capcom Spotlight went live yesterday and it revealed tons of details about several upcoming games including the much-anticipated Resident Evil 4 and Street Fighter 6.

Resident Evil 4 Remake

If you are still on the fence about Resident Evil 4, go ahead and try out the Chainsaw Demo. This demo is now available on all platforms and it doesn’t have a time limit. So, take your time and get a taste of the game.

Street Fighter 6

The eighth and final commentator of Street Fighter 6 has been revealed. Players can listen to live commentary from Japanese actress Hikaru Takahashi while they fight against their enemies. Subtitles for commentaries will be provided in 13 languages.


Exoprimal hasn’t been creating much hype in the industry, but there’s a chance that could change in a week. An open cross-platform beta for the game will go live from March 17 to 19, which would likely change some minds, hopefully for the better.

The dinosaur shooting game will get a full launch on all major platforms July 14. It will also be available on day one on Game Pass, a big plus for the title.

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak

Sunbreak, the major expansion for Monster Hunter Rise, is now coming to other platforms. The acclaimed DLC will release for PS4, PS5, Windows, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S on April 28. A digital event revealing more about the title is scheduled next month.

Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective

A remaster of the 2010 title, Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective, will be available on PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC June 30. Players can expect better frame rates, high resolutions, optimized UI, and much more at a cost of $29.99.

Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection

Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection features a lot of stuff for old-time fans to sink their teeth into. It includes 10 classic games from the Battle Network series along with all 499 Patch Cards. Players can purchase the collection for PS4, Switch, and PC.

So, what do you think? Are you excited about any of these games? Which game are you planning to pre-order? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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