Throwdown Ep. 73 – Capcom’s Final Round

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Welcome to another episode of Throwdown. On this podcast/vidcast we discuss the latest video game news and topics in an uncompromising and honest manner. No developer, publisher, or fanboy is safe from us!

On this episode of Throwdown, our featured topic is about Capcom and their tarnishing influence. With the botched release of Street Fighter V and the re-release of more Resident Evil games, it’s clear that the company’s glory days are but a distant memory. How did things get this way and what, if anything, can Capcom do to remain relevant? We discuss this in-depth.

Other stories we cover:

Uncharted 4 trailer steals Assassin’s Creed IV art, Xbots campaign against Naughty Dog.
– HTC Vive priced at $800. Is the dream of consumer friendly VR dead?
– Gamer sheep mentality when it comes to reviews (Tony get accused of being paid off)


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