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Should Nintendo buy Capcom? As many have heard, Capcom is now open to buy. If Nintendo jumped on this deal, not only would they get help making some first party games but some other huge game series would become exclusives like Monster Hunter, Street Fighter, Resident Evil, Megaman, and Devil May Cry. I think Nintendo should take this offer before it passes.



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Should they? Yes.
Will they? God, I hope so.

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They're going to make it pass them like Atlus did -.-

i think capcom needs to stay being capcom....

Mystro-Sama said:
They're going to make it pass them like Atlus did -.-


I hope you are wrong, Capcom a some IPs that are vital for Nintendo, Monster Hunter for exemple.



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Yes. Imagine what they can do to improve upon Monster Hunter and Megaman.

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aikohualda said:
i think capcom needs to stay being capcom....


Have you seen their business decision as of lately? >.>



Street Fighter, Resident Evil, Mega Man, Monster Hunter, Devil May Cry? Yes.

 

Yes. I said this might happen a couple of months ago


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aikohualda said:
i think capcom needs to stay being capcom....


They can still be Capcom just a secondary company of Nintendo  now