After releasing for the iPhone, Capcom Chief Financial Officer Kazuhiko Abe has announced between now and March 2010, according to a report by Reuters.
Capcom is the latest major game developer to commit their resources to the relatively new iPhone platform following Electronic Arts, Konami, and Gameloft. Known for classic franchises such as the long-surviving and series, Capcom has an extensive host of video game titles dating back to the 1980's and many would love to see them ported or adapted to the iPhone.
The company is moving to improve its market position outside of its home country as the video game market is diminishing in Japan. Despite the reduction, Capcom recently posted an 11 percent jump in operating profit thanks to titles such as Resident Evil 5 and Street Fighter 4. In light of this, it will continue to offer titles that appeal more towards American and European markets.
For now though, they have yet to reveal which titles or even which kinds of games will make it to the iPhone. Recently they've released to the App Store, as well as and
Given these releases and Capcom's tendency to stick to franchises, there's a good chance Ken, Ryu, and the gang will make an appearance on our favorite portable platform.