Capcom (and their tiny mobile division Beeline Interactive) had a massive booth at E3. In this tiny booth was a single kiosk showing off their iOS offerings. Regardless, the guys are Capcom were totally excited to show everything off. I'm sure people will be most interested to check out Street Fighter IV Volt, the upcoming addition to the iOS Street Fighter series:

On the beeline side of things, they had two freemium titles I was able to get video of. I'm not entirely sure how popular these will be amongst our community, but that sure hasn't stopped Smurfs' Village from making bazillions of dollars.

Monster Pet Shop:

Dream Park:

Alright, I'll admit I'm a little excited for Dream Park, but only because I'd love an iOS version of Rollercoaster Tycoon.

  • Anonymous

    Dream Park looks interesting. Now, to who ever currently owns the rights to RollerCoaster Tycoon (unless Chris Sawyer still has final word). Wake the up, the iPad is calling, and the iPad 2 is calling even louder. Part 2, Β or a less taxing 3, I don't care - I'm not picky.
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  • Acadiaa

    TO THOSE WHO WANT A GAME LIKE ROLLERCOASTER TYCOON: TRY KARNIVAL.

  • Plasmakirby3

    No ghost trick :(

  • Anonymous

    Massive booth is tiny?

    *scratches head*

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Dwayne-Wilson/640269635 Dwayne Wilson

    After playing the hell out of Infinity Blade, I don't see why it's not possible for Capcom to drop some of their prettier 3D IP's onto mobile devices, (not just the 3DS). RE4 mobile has enough enemies, weapons, options, and set pieces for sure, but it's nothing without the animation and the lighting of it's console counter part.

  • D9

    .....Still no new megaman games. Come on capcom make Megaman 11 or X9 soon.

  • brayden krohn

    need friends for dream park my game centre id is: Cmkrox11