History Heartwarming / Capcom

5th Dec '16 4:17:46 PM Chris
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* After suffering immense backlash for [[TraumaCongaLine their constant screw ups]], Capcom ''finally'' fessed up to their mistakes and asked their fans for help on what to do. When fans asked for a remaster/remake for VideoGame/ResidentEvil2, Capcom ''listened''. Now ''that'' is showing dedication to your fans on improvement!

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* After suffering immense backlash for [[TraumaCongaLine their constant screw ups]], Capcom ''finally'' fessed up to their mistakes and asked their fans for help on what to do. When fans asked for a remaster/remake for VideoGame/ResidentEvil2, Capcom ''listened''. Now ''that'' is showing dedication to your fans on improvement!improvement!
* This [[http://www.capcom.co.jp/ir/english/news/html/e161205b.html press release]] stating that, after the release of ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcomInfinite'', they're considering reviving their more dormant [=IPs=]. This means that neglected series like ''VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}}'', ''VideoGame/RivalSchools'', and ''VideoGame/DinoCrisis'' could make a long-awaited comeback.
18th Oct '16 8:35:07 AM Crossover-Enthusiast
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* After suffering immense backlash for [[TraumaCongaLine their constant screw ups]], Capcom ''finally'' fessed up to their mistakes and asked their fans for help to what to do. When fans asked for a remaster/remake for VideoGame/ResidentEvil2, Capcom ''listened''. Now ''that'' is showing dedication to your fans on improvement!

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* After suffering immense backlash for [[TraumaCongaLine their constant screw ups]], Capcom ''finally'' fessed up to their mistakes and asked their fans for help to on what to do. When fans asked for a remaster/remake for VideoGame/ResidentEvil2, Capcom ''listened''. Now ''that'' is showing dedication to your fans on improvement!
14th Aug '15 11:50:38 PM BronyoftheOctaves
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* In the November/December 1989 issue of Magazine/NintendoPower, NP showcased the "Capcom Children's Corner," which involved the company donating $50,000 dollars worth of video games and computer equipment to 10 hospitals in California, including 3 NES systems per hospital, 36 games, and a Hands-Free controller. The article went on to say that if the idea was successful, it could catch on across the country.

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* In the November/December 1989 issue of Magazine/NintendoPower, NP showcased the "Capcom Children's Corner," which involved the company donating $50,000 dollars worth of video games and computer equipment to 10 hospitals in California, including 3 NES systems per hospital, 36 games, and a Hands-Free controller. The article went on to say that if the idea was successful, it could catch on across the country.country.
* After suffering immense backlash for [[TraumaCongaLine their constant screw ups]], Capcom ''finally'' fessed up to their mistakes and asked their fans for help to what to do. When fans asked for a remaster/remake for VideoGame/ResidentEvil2, Capcom ''listened''. Now ''that'' is showing dedication to your fans on improvement!
29th Jul '13 6:00:35 AM lalalei2001
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* In the November/December 1989 issue of Magazine/NintendoPower, NP showcased the "Capcom Children's Corner," which involved the company donating $50,000 dollars worth of video games and computer equipment to 10 hospitals in California. The article went on to say that if the idea was successful, it could catch on in Japan as well as other US areas.

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* In the November/December 1989 issue of Magazine/NintendoPower, NP showcased the "Capcom Children's Corner," which involved the company donating $50,000 dollars worth of video games and computer equipment to 10 hospitals in California. California, including 3 NES systems per hospital, 36 games, and a Hands-Free controller. The article went on to say that if the idea was successful, it could catch on in Japan as well as other US areas.across the country.
29th Jul '13 5:37:40 AM lalalei2001
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* In the November/December 1989 issue of Magazine/NintendoPower, NP showcased the "Capcom Children's Corner," which involved the company donating $50,000 dollars worth of video games and computer equipment to 10 hospitals in California. The article went on to say that if the idea was successful, it could catch on in Japan as well as other US areas.
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