There's a saying for spring time that goes: "April showers bring May flowers". While their isn't a similar saying for video games, Spring is looking to be a very busy time for Capcom. In addition to Dragon's Dogma Dark Arisen releasing April 23, 2013, Capcom has revealed several other games that will be released between March and May.
First up for a March 12th release is Darkstalkers Resurrection for XBLA and PSN. Resurrection will come with Night Warriors: Darkstalkers Revenge, Darkstalkers 3, updated HD filters, GGPO enabled, replay sharing and more. The game is being developed by Iron Galaxy, the same studio that developed 3rd Strike Online Edition and Marvel vs Capcom Origins, so fighting game fans you can rest easy. The game is in good hands.
Then on that same Sunday of the same week, March 19, the ever popular but often elusive Monster Hunter series will be coming to the states with Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate for the Wii U and the 3DS. With new monsters to hunt in over 200+ quests fans and newcomers alike will have lots to do. A new feature for MH3U is the ability to transfer saves between the 3DS and the Wii U, so if you want to continue your hunt away from home, you can transfer the save over to the 3DS version and vice versa.
When it was revealed at Gamecom 2012, Remember Me took everyone by surprise. Remember Me is the first game being developed by French developer DONTNOD Studios and is causing quite the buzz for being a brand new IP. Other than previously released trailer, not much in known about Remember Me. Hopefully this will all change before the estimated May 2013 release.
The last game to round up Capcom's Spring 2013 lineup is the HD port of Resident Evil Revelations. Revelations at first was a 3DS exclusive and actually did really well and some considered it to be the better RE game than RE6 or Operation Raccoon City. Now Wii U, PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 owners will have a chance to experience an RE game the way it's supposed to be experience. The game will ship with new modes not seen in the 3DS version and will have a new character to play as in Raid mode, the iconic "Mr. Death" himself HUNK. A new trailer was released to show off HUNK in action.
While most of these games have a sate attached to them, there is a small chance that they might get pushed back, a la Rayman Legends.