While it's almost 2015, Capcom is already looking at 2016, and we're going to get a glimpse soon, as mentioned on 4Gamer by Producer Kazunori Sugiura.
After a long silence Capcom released four new screenshots of the upcoming PS4 exclusive Deep Down, showcasing a new kind of dungeon named "Green Dungeon," apparently based on the element of water. We had previously seen dungeons
Today Capcom released a rather amazing gameplay video of the upcoming PS4 exclusive Deep Down, demonstrating that the game is coming along definitely nicely, but unfortunately not all the news are good.
Deep Down producer Kazunori Sugiura posted on Twitter a new update on the situation of Capcom's upcoming free to play PS4 exclusive, and there are good news and bad news.
Today Deep Down Producer Kazunori Sugiura posted a couple tweets in order to apologize for the lack of news on the beta in June which promised a while ago.
Capcom just clarified on Twitter its stance on a rumor alleging that Deep Down will have 12 main characters all of whom would be male, also giving further information on the story, and stating that a western
Deep Down Delayed After the Summer: Will Use the PS4’s Full Power; Won’t Be a Game that Could Be on PS3
When the PS4 exclusive free to play game Deep Down was fully unveiled at Tokyo Game Show, Capcom promised it would start its beta testing around the Japanese launch of Sony's new console on February 22nd, but
Deep Down Producer: Games Will Become Independent From Platforms; Wants to Accelerate Overseas Operations
Deep Down Producer and Capcom's General Manager of Division 2 Kazunori Sugiura feels that associating games with a console of a platform may be outdated, as he explained in an internal interview published for the company's investors:
Quite a few things seem to be brewing at Capcom, at least if we believe what said by a few relevant developers as part of a massive end of year group interview on 4Gamer.