CAPCOM Announces 3D Versions of Three Iconic Titles for Android
Capcom made a little announcement today, timed with today’s Sharp’s new 3D Android-based phones. The software giant is bringing three “iconic” titles to Android in the form of 3D gaming. Get ready for Mega Man, Ghosts n’ Goblins, and Resident Evil to invade your favorite mobile platform. Well, at least if you have one of these nifty Sharp phones. Hopefully, we get these, and other games, from Capcom in the United States. I don’t know about you, but I would happy to play through every Mega Man game start to finish. I don’t even need new stuff. Just give me official releases of the classics.
I can’t help but chuckle at the end of Capcom’s press release where they describe Android as a fledgling OS, only poised to take off.
The Android smartphone OS is sure to take the market by storm, and we here at Capcom are on the ground floor of this explosive expansion, utilizing the latest technology and creative ideas to deliver our content to a wide range of users.
Sorry guys, but the “ground floor” was at least two years ago.
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