Capcom announced an October 30 North American release date for Okami HD, with Europe following the next day. The remastering of the already beautiful 2006 game hits PlayStation Network next month for $19.99, and comes with Move support. HexaDrive (with Capcom's assistance) is the studio in charge...
September 20th 2012 at 10:30am
Capcom just left a massive pile of trailers and screenshots on our doorstep, and rather than breaking them down into a bunch of tiny, annoying posts, we figured it'd be more convenient for you at home to bunch them all together into one big cornucopia of media consumables. Mediumables, if you will....
August 14th 2012 at 9:00pm
If the latest screens of Okami HD didn't fill you up, this short clip of the Ryoshima Coast from the game might do the trick. Go straight to Capcom Japan's upload of the video to get lost in its glorious HD visuals. Okami HD will land on PS3 in Japan on November 1 for $19.99.
July 29th 2012 at 1:30pm
You'll get your first opportunity to play Okami HD at San Diego Comic-Con this weekend. But if you can't make it – or even if you can, and want something pretty to look at before you get there – here's a small gallery of new screens.
July 11th 2012 at 6:30pm
Joystiq has confirmed that Okami HD, a touched-up and brushed-down version of Clover Studio's beautiful Zelda-like adventure, is being developed in collaboration between Capcom and Hexa Drive.Remastered versions of classic games don't always enhance or preserve the experience properly, so we've com...
June 25th 2012 at 6:30pm
We usually see an HD port of a beloved classic as what we remember the original looking like. Sure, Okami has always been this beautiful, right? Well ... it turns out that, looking back, the PS2 version was almost as hazy as our memory.%Gallery-158823%%Gallery-158828%
June 21st 2012 at 2:45pm
If you missed out on Okami or the DS sequel, Okamiden, Capcom's upcoming re-release may suit your needs. Okami is currently being remastered for the PS3, with full 1080p HD graphics and PlayStation Move support.This is all according to the latest issue of Famitsu, as revealed by Twitter sleuth Sino...
June 19th 2012 at 9:00pm