In the early '90s, Street Fighter II was everywhere. It dominated arcades and became a best-seller on home consoles like the Super Nintendo. It was this overwhelming success and cultural impact that made Kaname Fujioka want to work at Capcom. He got his wish a few years after SFII launched, and during his early years at the company he witnessed yet another breakout hit with the original Resident Evil , which went on to spawn a massive entertainment franchise. Fujioka eventually shifted his focus to the Monster Hunter franchise, which historically had been one of Japan's biggest game series, but also one that failed to garner much global attention. But that all changed with last year's Monster Hunter: World , which to date has sold more than 12 million copies, making it Capcom's best-selling game of all time. "To be honest, it still doesn't feel like it's real," Fujioka told The Verge last week at E3 in Los Angeles. "The fact that, all these years later, I've made this game that goes beyond all of those, at some level it feels unreal to me." His next task is to make that experience even bigger. In September, Capcom will launch Monster… Read full this story
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