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Capcom Reports 47.2% Decline In Operating Income For 9 Months Ended 12-31-11

Sales for the 9 Months of FY2011 Decreased 29.0%, as well as Operating Income Declined 47.2% from the Same Term in the Previous Year
– Aim to accomplish the projected figures by the significant growth of mobile contents business, benefit from social games expansion –

Capcom Co., Ltd. would like to announce that net sales decreased to 50,270 million yen (down 29.0 % from the same term last year) in the 9 months of fiscal year ending March 31, 2012. As for profits, operating income decreased to 6,744 million yen (down 47.2 % from the same term last year), and ordinary income decreased to 5,823 million yen (down 48.5 % from the same term last year). Net income for the current period decreased to 3,242 million yen (down 52.6 % from the same term last year).

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Capcom reports 29% decline in Operating Income for the 6 months FY 2011

Sales for the 6 Months of FY2011 Decreased 28.1%, as well as Operating Income Declined 29.4% from the Same Term in the Previous Year
– Aim to accomplish the projected figures by the flagship titles and SNS games in the latter half of this year –

Capcom Co., Ltd. would like to announce that net sales decreased to 29,252 million yen (down 28.1 % from the same term last year) in the 6 months of fiscal year ending March 31, 2012. As for profits, operating income decreased to 2,782 million yen (down 29.4 % from the same term last year), and ordinary income decreased to 1,907 million yen (down 38.8 % from the same term last year). Net income for the current period decreased to 906 million yen (down 49.2 % from the same term last year).

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Capcom Reports 155% Increase In Operating Income For Fiscal Year Ended 3-31-11

Favorable Financial Results for Fiscal Year ended March 31, 2011
46.2% increase in Net Sales, 155.8% increase in Operating Income Compared to Previous Term
– Set a New Record on Net Sales by Strong Sales of Major Titles –

Capcom Co., Ltd. would like to announce that net sales increased to 97,716 million yen (up 46.2 % from the previous year). As for profits, operating income increased to 14,295 million yen (up 155.8 % from the previous year), and ordinary income increased to 12,861 million yen (up 132.6 % from the previous year). Net income for the current period increased to 7,750 million yen (up 257.6 % from the previous year).

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Capcom Financial Results Nine Months Ended 12/31/10, Operating Income Up 165%

1. Consolidated Financial Results for the 9 months ended December 31, 2010 (April 1, 2010 – December 31, 2010)

Net sales Operating income Ordinary income Net income
Million Yen Million Yen Million Yen Million Yen
9 months ended Dec. 31, 2010 70,773 12,769 11,303 6,836
9 months ended Dec. 31, 2009 49,987 4,817 4,795 1,731

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Capcom reports increased sales for first half of FY2010, yen appreciation blamed for lower profits

1. Consolidated Financial Results for the 6 months ended September 30, 2010 (April 1, 2010 – September 30, 2010)

Net sales Operating income Ordinary income Net income
Million Yen Million Yen Million Yen Million Yen
6 months ended Sep. 30, 2010 40,706 3,942 2,880 1,784
6 months ended Sep. 30, 2009 38,892 5,574 5,476 2,967

2. Forecast for the Fiscal Year ending March 31, 2011

Net sales Operating income Ordinary income Net income Earnings per Share
of Common Stock
Million Yen Million Yen Million Yen Million Yen Yen
Year ending March 31, 2011 91,000 13,000 11,000 6,500 110.01

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Capcom Financial Results Q1 Ended 06/30/10, 72 Percent Decrease in Operating Income

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Capcom Fiscal Year Results, 61.8% decrease in operating income

– Expect a sharp rebound by launching major titles during the fiscal year ending March 31, 2011 –

Capcom Co., Ltd. would like to announce that net sales decreased to 66,837 million yen (down 27.3 % from the previous year). As for profits, operating income decreased to 5,587 million yen (down 61.8 % from the previous year), and ordinary income decreased to 5,530 million yen (down 59.9 % from the previous year). Net profit for the current period decreased to 2,167 million yen (down 73.1 % from the previous year).

In flagship Home Video Games business, “Monster Hunter Tri” (for Wii) and “Monster Hunter Freedom Unite” (for PlayStation Portable) continued to grow in Japan. And existing products such as “Resident Evil 5” (for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360) and “Street Fighter IV” (for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360) which were released late in the previous year achieved healthy growth in the overseas markets. However, weak sales of some new titles besides the releases of “Lost Planet 2” (for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360), “Super Street Fighter IV” and “Monster Hunter Tri” for overseas were postponed to the next fiscal year significantly depressed sales compared to previous year.

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Capcom Financial Results Nine Months Ended 12/31/09

Financial Results for the 9 months ended December 31, 2009
was 5.9% increase in Net Sales, 84.3% increase in Operating Income compared to the same term in FY2008.
– Raise revenue by repeat on constant of popular series titles –

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Capcom Financial Results Six Months Ended 09/30/09

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Capcom Financial Review

Capcom Co., Ltd. is pleased to announce that net sales increased to 19,497 million yen (up 19.2% from the same term last year), operating income increased to 3,664 million yen (up 23.0% from the same term last year) and net income increased to 4,117 million yen (up 2.3% from the same term last year) in consolidated financial results for the 1st Quarter ended June 30, 2009.

Overview of 1st Quarter of the fiscal year ending March 31, 2010

The Japanese economy during this first quarter, ended June 30, 2009, seemed to have bottomed out with a reduction of inventory, a rise in stock prices, and the decline in crude oil prices. However, the overall economy remained flat due to stagnating capital investment and consumer spending.

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