March 21, 2013 — Capcom will be in full attendance at PAX Prime 2013 this weekend in Boston, bringing an exciting line-up of events and activities to fans of all ages. Attendees should make their way to Capcom Booth #948 for a plethora of playable demos, exclusive giveaways, photo opps and even a few special surprises!

Play recently-released titles, as well as some upcoming 2013 games before they come out! Playable demos include: Capcom Arcade Cabinet, Darkstalkers Resurrection, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen, Resident Evil Revelations, Remember Me, Lost Planet 3, and maybe an additional surprise or two.

Just a short walk from the main booth, Capcom will have a monstrous presence for Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate in Booth #1092, where fans can get their hands on the recently-released title and quest up!

To jump start the weekend festivities, attendees can join Capcom producers and product managers for the “World of Capcom” panel (Phoenix Theater on Friday, March 22 from 12pm-1pm EST) as they share the latest details on upcoming Capcom games that will be released later this year. There will be some new product announcements and up to 1,000 fans will walk away with a free gift, so this is a panel not to be missed!

In preparation for the weekend, a new video from Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen was released today and highlights a mixture of magic and brawn. Check out the Mystic Knight as he tries to extinguish the life of a group of Pyre Saurian, catch a ride on a passing Strigoi, before ending up as the filling in a Cursed Dragon sandwich. Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen includes all of the content from the original Dragon’s Dogma, plus a whole new underground realm for gamers to explore, and will be available on April 23 in North America.

Also released today, the latest trailer for Resident Evil Revelations provides further insight into the nightmarish scenario that awaits Jill Valentine and Chris Redfield as the T-Abyss virus is unleashed on an unsuspecting world. Resident Evil Revelations returns redefined for home console and PC with additional content that includes a terrifying new enemy, extra ‘Infernal’ difficulty mode, integration with and Raid Mode improvements. Gamers can face the fear on-board when Resident Evil Revelations comes to Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii U and PC on May 21 in North America.

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