It is with much pride and some sadness that we announce Joe Nickolls, our inspiring Studio Director, will be leaving us for a new role at the end of the month. Capcom Vancouver would like to take this opportunity to thank Joe for his hard work and commitment in helping to build a strong and prosperous game studio!   Over the last two years, Joe’s stewardship of Capcom Vancouver has been exciting and growth-filled, with the successful launch of Dead Rising 4 and groundwork for future unannounced projects. We have also seen the studio’s transition to Unreal Engine 4, [Continue reading ]

At Capcom Vancouver we’re proud of the games that we make and even more proud about the people we get to make them with. Today we’re taking a look at one of those people behind the games as we sit down with Dead Rising 4‘s Art Director Geoff Coates. [Continue reading ]

At Capcom Vancouver we’re proud of the games that we make and even more proud about the people we get to make them with. Today we’re taking a look at one of those people behind the games as we sit down with Dead Rising 4’s Lead Writer Jeffrey Campbell. [Continue reading ]

At Capcom Vancouver we’re proud of the games that we make and even more proud about the people we get to make them with. Today we’re taking a look at one of those people behind the games as we sit down with User Interface (UI) Artist Melody Copeman. [Continue reading ]

  Dead Rising 4 has not even been out a week yet and still players have killed over 1 billion zombies in both the single player campaign and our new 4 player co-op mode. With more players slaying more zombies every day we expect this to be a bloody holiday season.   Meanwhile the press have given Frank West’s return to Willamette high marks. A sampling of Frank West’s best press is after the jump.  

Here at Capcom Vancouver we have a lot of creative and talented people. Normally we spend our days using their abilities to make some of the best video games in the industry, but once a year our creative energy turns to Halloween. Our annual costume contest is epic, with staff spending countless hours of their non-work lives crafting unique costumes for a chance to win bragging rights for the year. This year saw record participation as new arrivals to the studio gave the old professionals a run for their money. From Stranger Things and the US Presidential Election to Star [Continue reading ]