Bionic Commando and SFIV Hit PC in July, RE5 PC Confirmed for Fall Launch

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Capcom today finally confirms its PC launch schedule for its three biggest games of the year.

Bionic Commando and Street Fighter IV are due on store shelves in July, both optimized with new features just for the PC. Bionic Commando, for instance, will support higher resolutions and both DX9 and DX10, remappable controls, and mouse and keyboard support (dur!). SFIV will also support higher resolutions along with three shader options — “watercolor,” “posterization” and “sumi-e ink” — so you can actually make the in-game graphics take on the art style of all those amazing “artisitc” trailers Capcom produced last year.

But the big news here is that Resident Evil 5, previously only announced for PS3 and Xbox 360 (and released for said consoles back in March), is officially on for a PC port. The cooperative survival horror action of RE5 comes to Windows this fall, and for those who actually use it the PC version will support NVIDIA’s new GeForce 3D Vision technology. Now you’ll be able to blow off zombie heads in real 3D!

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