Capcom Online Games announces 13 new titles, Breath of Fire 6 heading to mobile & browser

Thursday, 1st August 2013 12:01 GMT By Dave Cook

Capcom Online Games has announced 13 new titles as part of its growing roster of social, mobile, free and browser games, including Breath of Fire 6 for multiple formats.

A report by Japanese site 4Gamer has been translated by GAF and lists the titles as:

  1. Monster Hunter Frontier G for PS3
  2. Monster Hunter Frontier G for WiiU
  3. Monster Hunter Frontier G for Taiwan
  4. Onimusha Soul for ‘consumer game platform’
  5. Euro Historia for browsers
  6. Monster Hunter Mezapolta Reclaimation for Browsers
  7. Street Fighter Battle Combination for iOS/Android
  8. Street Fighter x All Capcom for iOS/Android
  9. Monhun Everyday Airu Life for iOS
  10. Frontier of Discovery for iOS/Android
  11. Codename: Rio for iOS/Android
  12. Breath of Fire 6 for Browsers/iOS/Android
  13. Monster Hunter: Big Hunting Quest for iOS/Android

Hit the links above to see the site for each title.

Breath of Fire 6 is something of a surprise, and blog Esuteru has announced it will launch next year in Japan. There’s no word on a western release at this time.

Finally, here’s a trailer for Monster Hunter Frontier G on Wii U and PS3, care of GamesHQMedia.

What do you make of the announcements?



  1. Lengendaryboss

    How i feel well…


    #1 1 year ago
  2. lexph3re

    Street fighter x all capcom? And you limit it to iOS and android? Really capcom? I need to see their mobile numbers to see if the mobile sales really justify a cool crossover like that only for phones.

    And BoF6 browser? Just fuck it

    #2 1 year ago
  3. monkeygourmet


    I think they are all chasing the sales from ‘Puzzle & Dragons’ :

    Futile really… All you end up with is a snake trying to eat it’s own tail. This mobile boom is very similar with everyone trying to make a COD killer and yearly franchises IMO.

    #3 1 year ago
  4. stealth

    somebody has to be fired

    #4 1 year ago
  5. dnascimento

    I really hope they are thinking about to localize those titles and lauch in Europe and Americas

    #5 1 year ago
  6. salarta

    Whoever decided Breath of Fire 6 should be a mobile and browser game instead of a console game is a complete jackass.

    #6 1 year ago
  7. Ireland Michael

    @6 Or maybe you have a format bias.

    There are tonnes of brilliant RPGs on the tablet formats. I’m more concerned about its quality than its format, frankly.

    #7 1 year ago
  8. dizzygear

    7 mobile games, 2 browser games, 1 games for an uncomfirmed platform (Prolly Ouya. because Crapcom) and Monster Hunter G for 3 territory’s except the west.

    Bravo Crapcom.

    #8 1 year ago
  9. Digital Bamboo

    Seems to me a JRPG is the exact opposite to the type of game one would want to play on a phone. Then again, I don’t want to play any type of game on a phone so what do I know.

    #9 1 year ago
  10. OlderGamer

    I have to agree with Mike here. Most dedicated console gamers seem to have platform bias of one form or another. Some against XB, some against Nintendo, some against mobile. Whatever the case may well be. We all have our favs and sometimes find it hard to understand why other people don’t have the same favs or how they could even play something else at all.

    Mobile is a huge market. I can’t blame Capcom for exploring it a bit more. And like Mike said, there already are some very solid games on iOS/Andriod. But many of us console gamers have been taught to snicker at anything “less” then a Trip A game.

    #10 1 year ago
  11. dizzygear

    @10 They could have explored it with a spin off instead a numbered entry in the Breath of Fire series.
    Mobile often means simplified (dumbed down if you will) gameplay and knowing crapcom, mircotranactions. Not to mention Japanese mobile games barely make it to the west.

    Fans of BoF have every right to be pissed off IMO.

    #11 1 year ago

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