Today as I checked my email, Capcom had sent out a comic con press release of sorts. I now, have the pleasure of sharing this with you.

Now that Comic Con has officially kicked off we’d like to begin the festivities by announcing some great Capcom news for Ace Attorney Investigation: Miles Edgeworth and Fate/unlimited codes. Plus we have a friendly reminder regarding Monster Hunter Freedom Unite.

Capcom fight fans can expect Fate/unlimited codes to hit the PlayStation Store in early September for the PlayStation Portable system. This extraordinary fighter has a deep roster of characters and unique fighting moves, while employing a fast-paced, weapons-based fighting system that is sure to meet any Capcom fan’s highest expectations. Comic Con attendees can expect to try the game out for themselves at our booth as it will be featured alongside the other fighting titles in our fight ring.

Switching gears, another fabulous Capcom title, Ace Attorney Investigation: Miles Edgeworth, will hit the U.S on February 16, 2010 for the Nintendo DS. This time around, the player takes on the role of famed prosecutor Miles Edgeworth, a memorable rival of charismatic legal eagle Phoenix Wright. Edgeworth actively investigates crime scenes in order to pursue the truth behind each case. By solving the challenging puzzles presented to him, Edgeworth will work with the police to bring criminals to justice. This too will be featured at the booth so come on by and get your first taste of the latest edition to Capcom’s crime investigation series – a series that was so hot it warranted a spin-off title. For more information about Ace Attorney Investigation: Miles Edgeworh, head on over to http://ace-attorney.com/

Also, don’t forget to bring your PSP to Comic Con as you will have a chance to download 8 free quests for Monster Hunter Freedom Unite. The Capcom booth will has a dedicated download station for Monster Hunter Freedom Unite players to download these quests. Only 6 quests will fit on a memory stick, so players should bring either two sticks, or another friend along that has their own PSP and copy of the game. There’s a little bit of something for everyone amongst the quests offered with 4 of the quests suited for beginners and the other 4 catering to more experienced players.

That is from the Capcom PR team. I think i’m more insterested in the Fate/Unlimited than Monster Hunter. But thats just the fighting game fanatic in me. The first day of offical Comic Con coverage by many starts today. Look to Nerdiest-Kids.com for updates and more from the field.

Norman Rhodes

NBOS Founder/Writer/Editor

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