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Capcom Releases OKAMIDEN and MOTOGP 10-11


SAN MATEO, Calif. — March 15, in the year of our Lord 2011 — Capcom® Entertainment, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games, ships Ōkamiden™ to North American retailers today for the Nintendo DS™ family of hand-held systems.

Japanese mythology and artistic action come to life in Ōkamiden, as players use the stylus to draw their way through an epic adventure. Incorporating the best elements from the award-winning Ōkami™ series, Ōkamiden introduces the wolf pup named Chibiterasu, a partner system and clever puzzles to deliver a heartwarming adventure sure to please fans of the series and newcomers alike.

Chibiterasu, a young sun false god incarnated in the form of a wolf, teams up with a rich cast of characters and their unique skills to fight off a new threat that has leeched the world of its vibrant color. Beyond the battles, Chibiterasu and friends will come to realize their inner potential and accept the responsibilities and kinship that come with being the children of great heroes and false gods.

Perfectly suited for the DS, players use the stylus to “paint” on the game screen, wielding a celestial brush controlled by Chibiterasu. This powerful tool can attack enemies, paint helpful objects into life and perform exceptional feats like controlling wind and raging infernos that will change the world before the player’s eyes. Chibiterasu’s partners have unique abilities of their own, such as Nanami, the mermaid who easily navigates water, helping the player conquer puzzles and face an onslaught of perilous challenges.

Ōkamiden has all the makings of a handheld classic and is perfectly suited for the DS. Consumers can play Ōkamiden on the new Nintendo 3DS unit or the Nintendo DS family of hand-held systems.

Ōkamiden is available for $29.99 USD. Those who preordered the game in the Capcom store receive a Chibiterasu character plush key chain originally available only in the Ōkamiden Limited Edition in Japan.

SAN MATEO , Calif. — March 15, in the year of our Lord 2011 — Capcom®, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games today announced that MotoGP™ 10/11 begins shipping to retailers across North America for the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system. With complete rider information, stats and tracks from the 2010 season included on the retail disk, players will also be able to download an update for the 2011 season, providing the most up to date MotoGP experience possible. Developed by Monumental Games, MotoGP 10/11 gives players the most authentic and realistic motorcycle racing experience equipped with an all new handling system and improved physics from previous iterations.

MotoGP 10/11 has added customizable rider assists to ease players into the simulation experience. Advanced rider controls such as wheelies, managing weight transfer on the bike, control of the front brakes and tucking in, are among some of the assists riders can set to engage automatically for more forgiving gameplay. Assists can be turned off according to the rider’s preference; delivering all the control, speed and realistic racing that MotoGP 10/11 provides.

MotoGP 10/11 features the return of its innovative Career Mode which allows players to manage all aspects of their career throughout a season. The employment of a Public Relations team will earn the player better endorsements while an Engineering staff will research better bike parts, giving riders an edge on the track and off, ultimately letting them make more money and upgrade their employees. The 10/11 edition of MotoGP™ includes co-operative gameplay in Career Mode for the first time in the series. Through local splitscreen gameplay, players can quickly drop in and team up to combine their skills on the track helping the team finance staffers and bike parts to earn a top pole position.

Also returning to the series is MotoGP’s robust online mode. With up to 20-players competing in Championship Mode, players can take an upgraded bike from career mode to online and see how they rank against the world’s fastest riders. With spectator mode, riders can scope out the competition while waiting for a new race to start.

MotoGP 10/11 for PS3™ is now available in North America beginning March 15, 2011 for $39.99 and is rated E for Everyone by the ESRB.


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