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Capcom is a Japanese video game developer and publisher, founded in 1979.

Over the years Capcom has created some of the biggest and longest running franchises. From the hugely influential platformer Mega Man (Rock Man in Japan) series through the standard-bearing Street Fighter beat 'em ups to the new survival horror classic Resident Evil.

Table of contents
1 Notable Games
2 External link

Notable Games

Arcade Games

  • Cadillacs & Dinosaurs
Capcom vs SNK (also on Dreamcast; sequels on Dreamcast, Playstation 2, X-box, and Gamecube)
Final Fight (also on SNES, Sega CD, and Gameboy Advance; sequels on NES and SNES)
Marvel vs Capcom (also on Dreamcast; sequels on Arcade, Dreamcast, Playstation 2, and X-box)
Street Fighter (also on Turbo Duo)
Street Fighter II (also on SNES and Gameboy; sequels on Sega Genesis, SNES, TurboGrafx 16, 3DO, Dreamcast, and Gameboy Advance)
Street Fighter III (sequels on Arcade and Dreamcast)
Strider (also on NES, Genesis, and Playstation; sequel on Arcade and Playstation)

NES Games

  • 1942
Bionic Commando (also on Gameboy)
Codename Viper
Darkwing Duck
Destiny of the Emporer
Disney Adventure in Magic Kingdom
Duck Tales (also on Gameboy)
Duck Tales 2
F1 Dream
G I Joe Atlantis Factor
Gargoyle's Quest 2
Ghost & Goblins (also on Arcade; sequels on Arcade, Sega Master System, Genesis, SNES, and Gameboy Advance)
Gold Metal Challenge
Legendary Wings
Little Mermaid
Little Nemo
Mega Man (sequels on Arcade, NES, Gameboy, SNES, and Playstation)
Mega Man 2
Mega Man 3
Mega Man 4
Mega Man 5
Mega Man 6
Mickey Mousecapade
Mighty Final Fight
Rescue Rangers
Rescue Rangers 2
Section Z
Snow Brothers
Street Fighter 2010
Yo Noid

SNES Games

  • Mega Man X (sequels on SNES, Gameboy, Playstation, and Playstation 2)

Sony Playstation Games

Rival Schools (also on Arcade; sequel on Arcade and Dreamcast)
Street Fighter Alpha (also on Arcade, Sega Saturn, and Gameboy; sequels on Arcade, SNES, Playstation, Dreamcast, and Gameboy Advance)

Sega Dreamcast Games

  • Power Stone (also in Arcades; sequel on Arcade and Dreamcast)
Tech Romancer (also in Arcades)

Sony Playstation 2

  • Maximo: Ghosts to Glory (sequel on Playstation 2)
Onimusha (sequels on Playstation 2 and Gameboy Advance)

Nintendo Gamecube

  • Viewtiful Joe

Gameboy Advance Games

  • Megaman Zero (sequel on Gameboy Advance)

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