Capcom 25th Anniversary content available at official site

Capcom 25th Anniversary content available at official site - Image 1Those who couldn’t grab the special issue of Famitsu or bribe their lucky pals for a peek at what’s in Capcom‘s 25th Anniversary Special DVD will be glad to know that some of that exclusive content has been made available over Capcom’s official website. Count ’em: two raw video interviews. There’s one to tide PSP fans of Monster Hunter Freedom 2nd G, and a Famitsu video interview for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 gamers bleeding for Resident Evil 5. Full story. Now.

Capcom 25th Anniversary content available at official site - Image 1 

Capcom has just released some exclusive content in the Capcom 25th Anniversary Special DVD included with the latest issue of Famitsu, and from the trio of streaming videos released comes developer interviews for Monster Hunter Freedom 2nd G and Biohazard 5 (Resident Evil 5).

Unfortunately, the videos have small amounts of – if any – English voice overs, and the interview dialogue doesn’t have English subtitles either.

Producer Ryozo Tsujimoto speaks to Enterbrain president Hirokazu Hamamura in everything Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G related, especially the slew of new game feats that has pushed Sony PlayStation Portable sales over the top in Japan, and even lead the top software sales in Japan in a race to sell more than 1.4 million copies.

True enough, Capcom’s exclusive content on Biohazard 5 doesn’t come with new gameplay shots or in-game videos. But the Resident Evil 5 featurette with Jun Takeuchi does include a lot of design concepts – in graphics and action – to build up anticipation for the survival-horror action game’s arrival on the  PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The video also carries short snippets of RE5‘s last trailer and a past video interview with Takeuchi.

Head on over to the site via the link provided below. If you’re keen on your Japanese, why not help prime fellow readers on what’s been said? Our comments section is open to you. Oh, and happy 25th birthday, Capcom.

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