Capcom will focus more on PlayStation 3 next year instead of PlayStation 2, according to comments from president Haruhiro Tsujimoto.

Speaking to Jiji Press, Tsujimoto also said that the company would continue to support both PS3 and Xbox 360 in order to maximise profits.

Capcom has already released Dead Rising and Lost Planet for 360, with forthcoming action titles Resident Evil 5 and Devil May Cry 4 set to debut on both PS3 and 360.

The company has also embraced Nintendo Wii with the release of Resident Evil 4, while additional titles, like light-gun shooter Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles and promising adventure title Zack & Wiki also nearing completion.

Also in Capcom's plans are support for PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade. Puzzle Fighter HD has already launched to critical acclaim, with Street Fighter, Rocketmen and Talisman titles also due soon.

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