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Capcom's digital offerings have been largely hit-or-miss. The wide variety of games they've made available on the PlayStation Network shows how aggressively they've been pursuing digital distribution, and their catalog is easily the most prolific and diverse of any publisher out there. Their upcomi...

October 23rd 2008 at 12:45pm 0 Comments

After reading yesterday's news regarding Flock developer Proper Games and what they think about the Xbox Live Arcade's current state, we've been on the look out for new sheepy Flock media. And wouldn't you know, some newish Flock gameplay was recently(ish) released. How odd! Watch the embedded vid...

August 13th 2008 at 2:30pm 0 Comments
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In a nutshell, Flock is an evolved form of Lemmings: Using your ship and it's various beams, you guide sheep, chicken, cows and pigs past obstacles and into the Mother Flocker (be careful about slurring that name). The game will also feature co-op and a map editor. Although we weren't able to see e...

July 21st 2008 at 8:30am 0 Comments

With no seagulls in sight, Capcom has unveiled Flock, an arcade title about herding sheep with a UFO. IGN has a preview and trailer of the game, which they describe as a Lemmings-style romp with user-generated levels, 50 stages and co-op. No release date, but it's currently in development for PC, Pl...

July 13th 2008 at 7:30pm 0 Comments

A herding simulator from Capcom huh? Flock is a puzzle game built around moving farm animals around a grid style environment with a UFO. The animals you herd have effects on, and are affected by, the specific parts of the individual levels and the puzzle aspects come in from using those effects to...

July 12th 2008 at 12:45pm 0 Comments
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Capcom has posted a list of titles it will be showing off at this year's E3 expo on its official blog. The roster contains the usual subjects – Bionic Commando, Resident Evil 5, Street Fighter IV – but, as we reported last month, the company will have a couple of surprises in store for...

July 8th 2008 at 11:30pm 0 Comments