August 31st, 2007
Press Release

3-1-3, Uchihiranomachi, Chuo-ku
Osaka, 540-0037, Japan
Capcom Co., Ltd.
Haruhiro Tsujimoto, President and COO
(Code No. 9697 Tokyo - Osaka Stock Exchange)




Capcom announces a new title for the Wii® console:

- Capcom enters the sports game arena in hopes of delighting new fans! -

 Capcom Co., Ltd. is pleased to announce development of the new title, "WE LOVE GOLF!" for the Nintendo Wii. This title will go on sale this winter.

 "WE LOVE GOLF!" is a new sports game being developed for the Wii by Camelot Co., Ltd., the game maker who originally developed "Hot Shots Golf" and the "Mario Golf" series.

 With the release of "WE LOVE GOLF!" as well as the autumn release of the new racing game "MotoGP 07", Capcom will expand from its core action / adventure games and make fresh entries into the sports game genre. Capcom's two new sports titles will hold wide appeal for sports game fans.

 The Wii continues to expand its base to female gamers, families, and other new users. In May, Capcom released a "Resident Evil 4 Wii edition", the latest game from the critically acclaimed "Resident Evil" series. This game has achieved solid success worldwide, shipping about 750,000 copies (as of August 31st 2007).

 In addition to "WE LOVE GOLF!", other new titles being developed for the Wii and slated for release later this year include "Zack & Wiki: Quest for Barbaros' Treasure", and "Sengoku BASARA 2 Heroes". As we continue to expand our current Wii library, we aim to continue increasing the number of satisfied Capcom game players.

 Capcom will continue to aim for user satisfaction by developing titles for next-generation platforms that demonstrate cutting-edge technology as well as genuine creativity.



Product Details
1. Title WE LOVE GOLF!
2. Genre Golf
3. Platform Wii
4. Release Date Release scheduled for this Winter

*"Wii" is trademark of NINTENDO.






Inquiries regarding the above information may be directed to:

Capcom Co., Ltd.
Public Relations Office (Tamoto or Tamai)
(Address) 3-1-3, Uchihiranomachi, Chuo-ku, Osaka, 540-0037, Japan
(Tel)+81-6-6920-3623 (Fax) +81-6-6920-5108


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