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Capcom

Capcom

Capcom Co., Ltd. (株式会社カプコン) is a Japanese developer and publisher of video games.

Founded
June 11, 1983
Headquarters
Osaka, Japan
San Mateo, California, USA
Key people
Kenzo Tsujimoto (Chairman & CEO)
Keiji Inafune (left Capcom 2010)
Yoshiki Okamoto
Tokuro Fujiwara (left Capcom 1996)
Major Franchises
Mega Man series
Street Fighter series
Resident Evil series
Devil May Cry series
Monster Hunter series
Official Site
http://www.capcom.com

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Do Japanese developers have trouble understanding North American audiences?

In a recent interview, Mega Man creator and former Capcom employee, Keiji Inafune stated that Japanese developers don't understand the North American gamer, in terms of what they want in a game. Do you agree or disagree? I have listed a link to the article as well as a response from YouTube webshow host Gaijin Goomah. I realize that some of our members do not live in North America, but I would still like to hear your thoughts on this matter.

Read the article here

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