Capcom teases two "large scale" games

Unannounced, due out this year.

Capcom will release two "large scale" games in 2011 it is yet to announce.

Two original games will be revealed by the summer, Capcom's new development boss Jun Takeuchi told Japanese magazine Famitsu (translated by Andriasang). We're in for a surprise with each game, apparently.

Meanwhile, Takeuchi discussed Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition, saying it uses 80 to 90 per cent of the capabilities of the 3DS console.

"In most cases, launch titles until now have used around 50 per cent of the capabilities of the system," the Resident Evil 5 producer said.

"This time, we're suddenly using up 80 to 90 per cent." The graphics are so good, they will make you ask, "What is the difference between a portable game machine and a console!?"

Find out what Eurogamer's Johnny Minkley thought over at our Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition hands-on preview.

The 3DS launches in Europe on 25th March.

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