While Okami HD will include mouse and keyboard support, the PC version will not run at 60fps. Capcom tried to unlock the framerate but encountered major performance issues. Doing so supposedly broke the game logic, collision detection, and animation speed. From a company like Capcom, we were expecting better things. Its excuse is ridiculous when you think about Dragon’s Dogma, another game that was coded for Xbox 360 and PS3. Similar to Okami HD, Dragon’s Dogma included game logic, physics, and animations meant to run at 30fps, but Capcom put some effort in and made it possible for PC gamers to enjoy higher framerates.