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Capcom is a leading third-party game developer that got its start in 1979 as a publisher of electronic games. In 1984, Capcom (originally the name Capcom was a contracted form of its official name at the time, Japan Capsule Computers) released its first arcade game, a scrolling shooter entitled Vulgus. They would go on to make several more shooters like that, including the famed 19XX series, before hitting it big with games like Mega Man (the company's mascot since 1991) and Street Fighter II.

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Not to be confused with CAPCOM ("capsule communicator", later renamed "spacecraft communicator"), the ground-side astronaut at NASA who communicates directly with the crew of a spacecraft in orbit.

Capcom is the Trope Namer for:
Works created by Capcom include:

The company has also made many licensed games for various properties, including:

Capcom provides examples of the following tropes: