Highlights: Capcom Showcase – June 12, 2023

There's some pretty good games here.

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On June 11, Capcom turned 40 – happy birthday Capcom! A new showcase is definitely the best way to celebrate. It features eight titles of 36 minutes, which is perfect both for the amount shown and the length of the presentation. Capcom has a pretty solid catalogue of titles, so there should be something for everyone here.

Game highlights

Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess

First shown off at the Xbox Games Showcase yesterday, Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess is blends strategy and action in a beautiful yet unsettling world. Fend off foul creatures and lead the Spirit Stone Maiden on her path. Witness an epic clash between the spirit realm and more man. Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess will be released for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series.

Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective

Ghost Trick was first released in 2010, the brain child of Ace Attorney’s Shu Takumi. It’s an enthralling tale of death, life, and lost memories. It now features high-res graphics and enhancements to the gameplay. One night, Sissel wakes up as a ghost with zero memories. His soul will disappear at dawn. His only clue to the mystery of who he is and why here’s there is a red-headed detective, a rookie with a strong sense of justice. Unfortunately, he sees her die too. Sissel can possess and trick items, giving them movement. Changing the fate of the dead changes the story. Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective will be released for PC, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One on June 30.

Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy

This trilogy combines the fourth, fifth, and sixth Ace Attorney games. It will be released with full HD graphics, and with seven languages: Japanese, English, French, German, Korean, and Traditional and Simplified Chinese. Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy will be released for PC, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One in early 2024.

Dragon’s Dogma II

Dragon’s Dogma II inherits two characteristics from its predecessor. First, it is a single-player game but feels like a co-op with Pawns by your side. Second, gameplay will feature action/RPG mechanics set in an open world environment. Pawns are otherworldy being controlled by AI that join the adventure. Players control an Arisen, but embark on their journey with a main Pawn that is customizable. Two support Pawns can be borrowed from other players. That makes parties of up to four players. Pawns are capable of more precise decisions that in the previous title, which is helpful in the midst of battle. They can also guide you to new locations. The world is roughly four times that of the original Dragon’s Dogma. There are a variety of vocations to choose from. Take on enemies with swords or magick, you decide. Players can take on situations in their own way. Two other prominent characters are introduced. Ulrika is a bow wielder with a deep connection to the Arisen. Nadinia is a high priestess of the beastren, which appear in the series for the first time. Dragon’s Dogma II will be released for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series.

The full list of games

  • Mega Man X DiVE Offline (launching later this year for iOS/Android, PC)
  • Street Fighter 6 (available now for PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series)
  • Resident Evil 4 VR Mode (PS VR2) free DLC exclusive to PSVR2
  • Pragmata (postponed again)
  • Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective (launching June 30 for PC, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One)
  • Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy (launching in early 2024 for PC, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One)
  • Exoprimal (launching July 14 for PC, Playstation 4, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series, Xbox One)
  • Dragon’s Dogma II (launching for PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series)

The full showcase


Lindsay picked up an NES controller for the first time at the age of 6 and instantly fell in love. She began reviewing GBA games 20 years ago and quickly branched out from her Nintendo comfort zone. She has has developed a great love of life sims and FMV titles. For her, accessibility is one of the most important parts of any game (but she also really appreciates good UI).

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