It’s fun to take a look back at gaming history now and then, and GameSpot’s Kurt Indovina has taken a look back at the “Capcom 5.” This is a group of games that Capcom announced would be developed as exclusives for the GameCube back in 2002: P.N.03, Viewtiful Joe, Dead Phoenix, Killer7, and Resident Evil 4. The problem is — Dead Phoenix was canceled, P.N.03 wasn’t very good, and the other three games all swiftly went multiplatform. Resident Evil 4 completely reshaped the survival horror genre and influenced action games in general. Many Nintendo fans, myself included, lost their minds when […]
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