Capcom USA sets its cap at the US video game market. The subsidiary of Japan's Capcom Co., Ltd. was established as the administrative arm for Capcom's US operations in 1985. It is best known for blockbuster video game franchises, such as Devil May Cry, Mega Man, Resident Evil, and Street Fighter, made for Sony, Nintendo, and Microsoft game consoles, as well as for PCs. Recent hit franchises include Dead Rising and Monster Hunter. Mobile and social games, such as Smurf's Village and Shrek's Fairytale Kingdom, are developed through the Beeline brand. Beeline avoids established Capcom brands to focus strictly on family-friendly games. The US accounts for about 20% of parent Capcom's overall revenues.