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Game Profile
 Written by John Scalzo  on July 11, 2006

News: Here's what Capcom will let you play in between heated debates on comic lore.



This year's Comic-Con is being invaded by playable versions of some of Capcom's most anticipated titles.

The world's biggest comic book convention will be host to playable demos of the following titles:

Xbox 360
Lost Planet

PS2
Capcom Classics Collection Volume 2
Okami
God Hand

PSP
Capcom Classics Collection Reloaded
Capcom Puzzle World
Power Stone Collection
Ultimate Ghosts 'n Goblins

DS
Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney: Justice For All
Mega Man ZX

Capcom will also keep showgoers occupied with a trio of video game tournaments. Street Fighter fans will get their first crack at Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting over Xbox Live and will also be able to show their Alpha mettle in the Street Fighter Alpha 3 tournament. Finally, fans of the Battle Network games will be able to challenge each other in a Mega Man Battle Network 6 tournament.

Cominc-Con runs from July 20-23 at the San Diego Convention Center.



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