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The Dictator is back and with a seemingly different playstyle for next year's Street Fighter V. IGN had the exclusive trailer that showed off big bison's "Psycho Power".

Via: Polygon
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As they continue to roll out the expanding list of fighters for next year's Street Fighter 5, Capcom has a few more tricks up its thobe.

They unveiled the first Middle-Eastern character in the series Sept. 11.

More details are available at Polygon:

Rashid is the next brand new character to be joining the cast of Street Fighter 5, EventHubs reports. The character was announced this morning at the Games '15 expo in Dubai.

Yoshinori Ono, the producer of the Street Fighter series, revealed the fighter onstage at the event, showing off gameplay footage of Rashid in action.



Here's some over-the-shoulder footage of Rashid in action:

Via: Resident Evil
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After ruminating on the idea, and the enormous fan reaction, regarding a Resident Evil 2 remake, Capcom declared the intention to develop the game with a YouTube video and a shirt reading "We Do It" Aug. 12.

Capcom's Producer for the title, Yoshiaki Hirabyashi a.k.a. H, from R&D Division 1, commented: "It's been great to see so many positive comments from fans that have pushed the project to get approved. The team here at Capcom Japan really appreciates fans' passion and support and will do our best to bring fans what they really want."



It's only been about a month since Capcom reached out to fans, asking why they wanted a remake so badly. That conversation must have gone well with the announcement from 'H'.

It was only earlier this year that Capcom released an HD remaster for the original Resident Evil and it sold 1 million copies already.

With such lukewarm receptions for the past two numbered games in the series, it looks like Capcom is just going back to the well for fresh inspiration. Let's just hope they don't run it dry.

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Haruto, the star of one of the more ridiculous Japanese games--Captive Palm--is getting his own hug pillow. For those that didn't know, the game's original premise revolved around a handsome dude who has lost his memory. Things get weird with this hug pillow real quick though, as you can 'undress' Haruto....



The Captive Palm hug pillow is priced at $223, and if we had to guess, we'd say there's a strong chance we might be seeing more of these for other popular games...like Overwatch for instance. People are already pushing for that, with dudes like Hanzo and McCree: