Capcom has announced a remaster of Onimusha: Warlords, due out on PC via Steam, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on 15th January 2019. In Europe, the game is download-only across all platforms.
Capcom has claimed it was "truly surprised" by Onimusha composer Mamoru Samuragochi's admission that he isn't completely deaf and paid someone to write the music he had claimed to be his own.
The mystery composer behind "Japan's Beethoven" has been revealed.
Resident Evil and Onimusha composer Mamoru Samuragochi has admitted hiring someone else to write his music for nearly two decades, according to the Japan Times.
Street Fighter producer Yoshinori Ono reckons the "time is right" for samurai action series Onimusha to return.
Reboots of Dino Crisis and Onimusha seem at least a long way off – but the cult action franchises have not been forgotten, Capcom has said.
Capcom may be teasing the imminent revelation of a brand new Onimusha game.
Capcom has celebrated its 25th birthday today by saying a big thank-you to everyone and issuing a couple of dates for big-screen adaptations of its games.
The first is a 2011 projection for Onimusha, according to the publisher's US blog. The film was recently delayed after the death of actor Heath Ledger had a knock-on effect on various projects stacked up with related personnel.
Onimusha is Capcom's sixth-biggest selling series, according to information released by the publisher last month. The games have been largely for PS2 and are based on historical Japanese figures with a bit of a supernatural twist. Most of the games are made up of a mixture of third-person combat and puzzle-solving.
The Onimusha film has been delayed and the death of Heath Ledger is to blame, according to a aintitcool's translation of a French source.