Capcom Revenue Down 6%, Profits Drop 37% - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 01 August 2013 / 3,427 Views

Capcom has released its quarterly report for the first quarter which ended June 30, 2013. Revenue dropped six percent to ¥17.46 billion, from ¥18.62 billion during the same period a year ago. Profits dropped 37 percent to ¥0.83 billion, from ¥1.32 billion.

Resident Evil: Revelations sales were on par with projections. Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen digital sales were solid and sales for the online title Monster Hunter Frontier G remained steady. Capcom has made good strides in breaking into the Taiwan market.

Capcom's forecast for the full fiscal year which ens March 31, 2014 are the same as before. Revenue is expected to reach ¥97 billion , while profits are expected to be ¥6.8 billion.

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aikohualda (on 05 August 2013)

i wonder how much capcom will boost after MH4 release in jp

happydolphin (on 04 August 2013)

So they're on target but they didn't profit. hmm

WagnerPaiva (on 01 August 2013)

I hope they turn this around. I still love Capcom and a world without Resident Evil would be less interesting. Also, any chance of a RESIDENT EVIL 7?

Ethel125 (on 03 August 2013)

Spambot removed - Kresnik.

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HikenNoAce (on 03 August 2013)

This is what happens when you focus on Nintendo systems.