In addition to the new announcements of Capcom Puzzle World and Powerstone Collection for the PSP, the venerable company revealed some new details on previously-revealed games.
New footage was shown of several games including Ultimate Ghosts 'N Goblins, Viewtiful Joe: Red Hot Rumble, Mega Man: Powered Up, and Capcom Classics Collection: Remixed for PSP. The PS2 got its fair share, as well, with new media for Okami and Street Fighter Alpha Anthology. Trailers from GameTrailers can be found below:
Street Fighter Alpha Anthology
Capcom also announced that Monster Hunter Freedom (PSP) would be available in the US during the 2nd Quarter. The domestic version of the game features a 4-player ad-hoc mode and a 2-player Treasure Hunt. Sadly, unlike its console bretheren, the game remains offline.
Finally, Capcom says it wants to position itself as a "leader" in the gaming industry, leading the march into the next-generation of consoles. As prolific as they seem to be right now, it honestly wouldn't come as a surprise.