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Type Public
Founded May 30, 1979
Headquarters Japan Osaka
Key people Kenzo Tsujimoto
Haruhiro Tsujimoto
Hiroshi Tobisawa
Katsuhiko Ichii
Industry Video Games
Products Various Video Games
Employees 2,952 (2018)

Capcom Co., Ltd. (株式会社カプコン, Kabushiki-gaisha Kapukon) is a Japanese video game developer and publisher. Headquartered in Chuo-ku, Osaka, Japan, the company is famous for many video game series, most notably Mega Man, Street Fighter, Monster Hunter, Resident Evil, Devil May Cry, and Ace Attorney. Originally established in 1979, Capcom has grown into a multinational company with subsidiaries and branches in East Asia, North America, and Europe.

In Super Smash Bros. Brawl[edit]

Though no content from Capcom original properties is present in this game, content from The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap, a Capcom developed game, is present in the game via three stickers: Ezlo, Zelda holding a Small Shield (referred to as "Young Zelda"), and a Small Shield (erroneously referred to as "Hylian Shield").

In Super Smash Bros. 4[edit]

One of Capcom's flagship characters, Mega Man from the Mega Man series, appears as a playable character in Super Smash Bros. 4, along with the main characters from the successor series making cameos in his Final Smash, Mega Legends. Elec Man, a boss from the first Mega Man game, was added as an Assist Trophy. Ryu of the Street Fighter series was made available as DLC in June 2015, making Capcom the first third party company to have multiple playable fighters (later followed by Sega in the same installment with Bayonetta being made available in February 2016 in addition to Sonic the Hedgehog, who is included in the base game). Costumes based on the Hunter and Rathalos armor from the Monster Hunter series later appeared as DLC for Mii Swordfighters. The stages Wily Castle from the Mega Man series and Suzaku Castle from the Street Fighter series appear.

In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

Mega Man and Ryu, of the Mega Man and Street Fighter series respectively, both return from Super Smash Bros. 4 in the base roster, in addition to the inclusion of Ken as Ryu's Echo Fighter. Their respective stages Wily Castle and Suzaku Castle both return as well. Rathalos, a recurring monster from the Monster Hunter series, appears as a Boss and an Assist Trophy. Zero from the Mega Man X series was also added as a new Assist Trophy along with the Wily Capsule from Mega Man 7, however Elec Man has been removed. Guile, from the Street Fighter series, appears as an Assist Trophy as well, using the infamous "down-backing" technique from Street Fighter II. Chris Redfield, Leon S. Kennedy, Albert Wesker and Jill Valentine from the Resident Evil series appear as Spirits released in a post-launch Spirit Board event.

Ezlo from The Minish Cap reappears as a spirit. Additionally, content from Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages, as well as Four Swords, debuts with spirits of Din, Nayru, Ricky, Dimitri, and Moosh for the former two, and Vaati for the lattermost.


  • Capcom has the most Assist Trophies of all third-party companies with five: Elec Man, Zero, Wily Capsule, Guile, and Rathalos. Additionally, with both Rathalos and the Yellow Devil, it is the only third-party company with multiple bosses.
  • Capcom is the third-party company with the most spirits in Ultimate, and is the only one with Master Spirits.
  • Capcom is the only company with a character in Smash that is listed twice in the character copyright section under "Capcom Co. Ltd." and "Capcom U.S.A. Inc.". The former is for Mega Man, while the latter is for Street Fighter. This is because the rights to Street Fighter as an IP are held by Capcom U.S.A. Inc., unlike the rest of Capcom's franchises.