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Video game developers and publishers are seriously cracking down on content creators. For proof, look no further than Nintendo and its multiple DMCA takedowns of streams, YouTube channels, and even Smash Bros. tournaments. However, Capcom is taking a gentler approach to protecting its intellectual property, creating a lengthy list of guidelines for content creators. By following these, creators should be able to avoid any legal battles with the Japanese gaming giant. The new rules set down by Capcom are fairly straightforward and don’t seem to tie up content creators with red tape. You can still make walkthroughs, tutorials, let’s plays, speedruns, reviews, reactions, and pretty much any other kind of content imaginable using game footage. Naturally, that content can also be shared on sites like YouTube and Twitch without any issue. There are some limitations to keep in mind, though. Any fan-made content cannot be presented as official Capcom content, although that’...