Capcom Ports Top Games To PC In July


Capcom will be releasing their popular games Bionic Commando, Street Fighter IV and Resident Evil 5 to the PC platform in July.

Three of Capcom’s blockbuster hit console games of 2009 will be released on PC throughout PAL territories this summer. They will be available in retail and via regular digital distribution methods. The press release reveals new features in the PC versions of the games:

Street Fighter IV will in addition to the console features also have online play, higher screen resolutions and three new shaders based on the artistic trailers from back in 2008. The three styles are named “watercolour,” “poster” and “sumi-e ink.” Street date is 3 July.

The PC version of Bionic Commando will support higher resolutions, remappable controls (including mouse and keyboard), support for both DirectX 9 and DirectX 10 as well as online play.

Resident Evil 5 will feature online co-operative play sessions over the internet and take advantage of NVIDIA’s GeForce 3D Vision, but wireless 3D Vision glasses are being sold separately.

Re release date for Bionic Commando and Resident is yet to be announced.

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