CCOEF - Capcom Co., Ltd.

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Avg. Volume41
Market Cap2.804B
Beta-0.74
PE Ratio (TTM)18.52
EPS (TTM)1.19
Earnings DateN/A
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Ex-Dividend Date2017-03-29
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  • Dead Rising Studio Capcom Vancouver Shuts Down
    Gamespot Videos3 days ago

    Dead Rising Studio Capcom Vancouver Shuts Down

    Capcom Vancouver has been shut down. The studio, which was best known for its work on the Dead Rising series and the short-lived Puzzle Fighter mobile game, has ceased operations effective today, September 18, and its current projects have been cancelled.

  • Okami vs. Zelda: Twilight Princess | Versus
    Gamespot Videoslast month

    Okami vs. Zelda: Twilight Princess | Versus

    With Okami launching on Nintendo Switch, we thought we'd square Capcom's classic against another lupine adventure, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. Subscribe to GameSpot! http://youtube.com/GameSpot?sub_confirmation=1 Shop the official GameSpot Store! https://shop.gamespot.com Visit all of our channels: Features & Reviews - http://www.youtube.com/GameSpot Video Game Trailers - http://www.youtube.com/GameSpotTrailers Movies, TV, & Comics - http://www.youtube.com/GameSpotUniverse Gameplay & Guides - http://www.youtube.com/GameSpotGameplay Mobile Gaming - http://www.youtube.com/GameSpotMobile Like - http://www.facebook.com/GameSpot Follow - http://www.twitter.com/GameSpot http://www.gamespot.com

  • Devil May Cry 5 debuted at Xbox's E3 2018 event
    CNET3 months ago

    Devil May Cry 5 debuted at Xbox's E3 2018 event

    Capcom used Microsoft's E3 2018 press conference to reveal Devil May Cry 5 -- 10 years after Devil May Cry 4.

  • How Capcom Transformed Monster Hunter From a Cult Classic Into a Triple-A Blockbuster
    NowThis7 months ago

    How Capcom Transformed Monster Hunter From a Cult Classic Into a Triple-A Blockbuster

    Monster Hunter: World is bringing about scads of new Monster Hunter fans. The game has been popular in Japan for years, but has only recently caught on in the states. And Capcom is seriously capitalizing on this — Monster Hunter: World has become their fastest selling game ever and this is the company that also brought Street Fighter and Resident Evil. This is, in part, because the game really improved on its accessibility. The franchise is known for its seriously complicated gameplay, that’s especially difficult to navigate for newcomers. Fortunately, Monster Hunter: World is much more user-friendly so more people can join in on the fun. With that being said, the grind of the game is also what makes it so addicting. The prepping, hunting, carving and crafting really does make it seem like you are slumming through an adventure. This is also what makes rewards that much more — well — rewarding. It’s also not limited to a handheld device anymore. This is better because those small screens really weren’t doing the beautiful visuals and combat scenes any justice. The game is really giving newcomers a reason to love it, while leaving the satisfying aspects of older games — great job to Capcom for making a truly successful Monster Hunter. This video, " How Capcom Transformed Monster Hunter From a Cult Classic Into a Triple-A Blockbuster ", first appeared on nowthisnews.com .

  • Capcom closes Vancouver studio behind ‘Dead Rising’
    Engadget3 days ago

    Capcom closes Vancouver studio behind ‘Dead Rising’

    Video game publisher Capcom is shutting down its Vancouver studio and around 158 employees will be let go. The company told Variety that operations were suspended Tuesday and a skeleton crew would remain on board until January in order to finalize the closure. "Capcom has been focused on increasing the efficiency and growth of its game development operations," a spokesperson told Variety.

  • PS2 classic 'Onimusha: Warlords' will be remastered for modern platforms
    Engadget24 days ago

    PS2 classic 'Onimusha: Warlords' will be remastered for modern platforms

    Stop me if you've heard this before: One of Capcom's defining series during the PlayStation 2 era is getting remastered for modern hardware. The port features widescreen display options, fixed camera angles, countless sword fights and remastered visuals throughout (characters, cinematics and environments, according to the PlayStation Blog). In addition to PlayStation 4, the samurai tale will be released for Nintendo Switch, PC and Xbox One as well, not too far from Capcom's other retro project, Resident Evil 2.

  • ‘Devil May Cry 5’ hands-on: Fantastically familiar
    Engadgetlast month

    ‘Devil May Cry 5’ hands-on: Fantastically familiar

    Ten years after the debut of Devil May Cry 4, Nero is back in the driver's seat and he's never looked better. It's not just the haircut, either -- Devil May Cry 5 runs on the RE Engine built for Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, and Capcom's goal is to build a photorealistic game filled with gooey demons, witty one-liners and flashy combos. Devil May Cry 4 was the first game in the franchise to star Nero, a reluctant ally to series protagonist Dante.

  • 'Devil May Cry 5' hits Xbox One, PS4 and PC on March 8th, 2019
    Engadgetlast month

    'Devil May Cry 5' hits Xbox One, PS4 and PC on March 8th, 2019

    Devil May Cry 5 is due to land on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC on March 8th, 2019, Capcom announced today during the special Gamescom edition of the Inside Xbox livestream. Devil May Cry 5 is the sequel to Devil May Cry 4, which came out in 2008, and it marks the return of series shepherd Hideaki Itsuno as director. Ninja Theory briefly took over the franchise with DmC: Devil May Cry in 2013, and while Devil May Cry 5 takes some styling tips from that game, it doesn't follow its storyline directly.

  • Reuterslast month

    Tencent games revenue in focus after China blocks "Monster Hunter: World"

    BEIJING/HONG KONG, Aug 14 (Reuters) - China's Tencent Holdings Ltd saw its stock tumble on Tuesday, wiping out around $15 billion in its market value, amid concern of a blow to its video game revenue after regulators blocked the sale of one of its blockbuster titles. Analysts had widely expected "Monster Hunter: World" to be one of 2018's biggest hits for Tencent, which licensed the game from Japan's Capcom Co Ltd to sell on its WeGame platform. Tencent in a statement said regulators had received a large number of complaints about the game, which has sold over eight million copies worldwide.

  • Capcom made a ridiculous typewriter keyboard for 'Resident Evil 2'
    Engadgetlast month

    Capcom made a ridiculous typewriter keyboard for 'Resident Evil 2'

    Over the years, Capcom has had some wild ideas for physical Resident Evil tie-ins. A Bluetooth keyboard modeled after Resident Evil 2's iconic Lexington typewriter might take the cake for the coolest one, though. Unlike the dollhouse that was part of the Resident Evil 7 special edition or the chainsaw controller from Resident Evil 4, folks who are really into keyboards (or typewriters) might actually get some use out of this.

  • Hedge Fund Boss Bets on Japan's Pro Gaming Scene
    Bloomberg7 months ago

    Hedge Fund Boss Bets on Japan's Pro Gaming Scene

    Competitive gaming in Japan has found a champion: hedge fund boss Seth Fischer.

  • Monster Hunter World Debuts to Strong Reviews
    Bloomberg8 months ago

    Monster Hunter World Debuts to Strong Reviews

    Capcom Co.’s new adventure title Monster Hunter World garnered positive reviews from critics as it went on sale, suggesting that the Japanese gamemaker may succeed in its push to make games that appeal ...

  • Capcom Co., Ltd.: Price momentum supported by strong fundamentals
    Capital Cube9 months ago

    Capcom Co., Ltd.: Price momentum supported by strong fundamentals

    Categories: Yahoo FinanceCapcom Co., Ltd. relative valuation is NEUTRAL and it has a fundamental analysis score of 66. Our analysis is based on comparing Capcom Co., Ltd. with the following peers – Nintendo Co., Ltd. Unsponsored ADR, BANDAI NAMCO Holdings Inc., Playmates Toys Limited and Spin Master Corp (NTDOY-US, NCBDF-US, PMTYF-US and TOY-CA). Capcom Co., Ltd. has ... Read more (Read more...)

  • 'Resident Evil Revelations Collection’ review: Fear the past
    Yahoo Finance10 months ago

    'Resident Evil Revelations Collection’ review: Fear the past

    "Resident Evil Revelations Chronicles" is a two-for-one deal with some issues.