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Capcom Open to Third-Party Buyout

Posted on Tuesday, June 17 @ 10:46:29 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


Capcom has opted to not renew its stock takeover defense plan, opening up the publisher to a potential buyout by a third party, the company has announced.

The decision was made during its latest investor meeting after the defense plan failed to garner enough votes in favor of keeping it going. While this doesn't affect the company in the immediate future, things will certainly change should an outside company obtain a majority stock in Capcom.

In the event that another company does buyout the publisher, which corporate entity would you like to see take over? Microsoft? Nintendo? So long as the Blue Bomber gets hits due, I'd be happy.
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