Capcom easily won the unofficial award for the publisher of the show in Tokyo this year. Not content to sit back and watch people come flooding in to see Monster Hunter Portable 3rd - which they did, of course, in their thousands - the publisher made three major new announcements. At Capcom's pre-Tokyo Game Show press conference, Keiji Inafune told the world that as long as Capcom's around, the Japanese games industry is alive and kicking.
The announcements regarded a reboot of the Devil May Cry series, a brand new intellectual property titled Asura's Wrath, and Dead Rising: Case West, a new add-on for the popular survival horror series.
Eurogamer sat down with key staff behind all three of these new offerings for a chat about what we can expect. Click the links below to read each interview.
Devil May Cry - Ninja Theory's Tameem Antoniades, Capcom America's Alex Jones, Capcom Japan's Motohide Eshiro and DMC veteran Hideaki Itsuno
Asura's Wrath - Capcom's Kazuhiro Tsuchiya, CyberConnect 2's Hiroshi Matsuyama and Seiji Shimoda
Dead Rising: Case West - Capcom's Shinsuku Okhara and Blue Castle Games' Rob Barrett