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Capcom used to be one of my favorite video game developers.They used to develop awesome action platform titles such as as the Megaman Series and one of my favorite rpg franchises: Breath of Fire. There also used to be a time when Disney games were not only good: They were great, because they were developed by Capcom.
They are best known for the Megaman, Resident Evil and Street Fighter franchises, but I can't help but feel that Capcom's quality is going down over the past few years. Capcom released one of the best games of all time last generation by reinventing the Resident Evil formula with Resident Evil 4. I also consider this to be the last truly great Capcom game.
In my opinion, everything that was released after RE4 or at least that I have played, has been good but not great.
Lost Planet was an early Xbox 360 Third Person Shooter. It was a fairly generic action game, it didn't have the depth, atmosphere or overall gameplay of Resident Evil 4 but it was a pretty decent game. It was clear this was a game that had a lot of potential so I excused it because it was an early Xbox 360 game. I just played the Lost Planet 2 demo and if the demo is an indication, the game has received nearly no improvement whatsoever. I was really dissapointed because the demo didn't seem to work on its potential whatsoever.
Resident Evil 5 is another good game but the only reason is because of Resident Evil 4's gameplay mechanics. Just about everything that was added in Resident Evil 5 has been terrible. the terrible partner AI, the cover system, the vehicle section, the return to boring generic locations, the clumsy inventory system. I can't think of any addition added in Resident Evil 5 that didn't decrease the enjoyment of the game besides the fact the game can be played co - op.
Street Fighter 4 is another game I just can't get into. It has solid gameplay mechanics and it looks great, but the controls are just terrible. I'm always struggling trying to work with the controls and some moves are just about impossible to pull of. It seems the biggest enemy isn't your opponent, but the controls.
In my opinion, that's just ridiculous. Having to master the controls should not be one of the games challenges.