@cursedblessing of the blog zuckerl & zynismen continued playing Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter, a game started during #MitsudaMarch, and finished during #CapcoMonth! This screenshot thread (which may contain spoilers) he started back in March should give you an insight as to what kind of game this is. Definitely not like previous Breath of Fire games. Before continuing Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter, he played through all of a fan translation of Gyakuten Kenji 2, which is a sequel to the game released locally as Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth, a spin-off of the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney series.


@cursedblessing also played Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, and judging from this video clip, it seems like there was a lot of fun to be had, especially during the Full Bloom Fest that occurred during this time. @apricotsushi and @mdiskplaylist also played Iceborne for #CapcoMonth as well, making this game the most supported of the nine games played during this month. You can also check out @mdiskplaylist's attempt at the main story of Iceborne here. @apricotsushi even played the FIRST Monster Hunter game this month! Such dedication to the series! Which is great because #CapcoMonth is technically the spiritual successor of #MonMonth, a theme devoted to the Monster Hunter series that was used in previous Community Game-Alongs. And she even made a return to YouTube to chronicle her journey back to the original Monster Hunter!


@mdiskplaylist also used #CapcoMonth to add to his Legacy series by playing through the Game Boy version of Mega Man 5, a game he says helped inspire his early childhood education, AND his taste in anime. True story.


@OhaiKrikket of Nerd Girl Thoughts attempted to play through Remember Me, but was unsuccessful. However, she then tried DmC: Devil May Cry, and was more successful. Congratulations! You can read about her thoughts on Remember Me here, and her thoughts on DmC: Devil May Cry.


 Giving #CapcoMonth its most games, Geek to Geek Media's capsulejay! First it was Azure Striker Gunvolt, which technically isn't a Capcom game, but still counts due to it being an Inti Creates game. Inti Creates being a developer founded by former Capcom employees, responsible for publish a lot of Capcom titles this century, and then there's this game, developed and published by Inti Creates. His second game was Resident Evil 0, followed by the original DuckTales (woo-oo) re-released through the Disney Afternoon Collection, and finally, the 2014 Strider game. Each link in this paragraph leads to a review of the respective game he streamed.



Representing Gamer Girl Confessions, @ChestnutPlays went to her backlog to play Phoenix Wright: Justice for All. She's not finished playing the game just yet, but we still thank you for your support, and are glad you want to start contributing to the Community Game-Along again. Can't wait to see what all you have planned!


And finally, @berrycrepes started Devil May Cry 5. She had only just started it for #CapcoMonth, but she says she's enjoying it. Hopefully the game continues to hold up for you in the end, should you decide to continue.

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