Capcom has rejigged a few of its upcoming release dates, with several PS2 games and one key Cube release slipping a week. Cel-shaded racer Auto Modellista has slipped from the end of November until December 6th, while Gio Gio's Bizarre Adventure has slipped from December until Valentine's Day, February 14th. However, Devil May Cry 2 stands firm for March 21st.

As you may have guessed though, Resident Evil Zero has slipped from its original February date and will now appear on March 7th.

Capcom has also revealed that it will release Everblue 2, the follow-up to a rather awful Ecco The Dolphin-alike, on PlayStation 2 in January. Elsewhere on the Capcom schedule, Red Dead Revolver, Clock Tower 3 and Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter are still on course for 2003 dates. The latter is due for release in Japan this week.

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