Capcom is a Japanese video game developer and publisher. The Street Fighter series is probably their most famous offering, and was the subject of a licensed tabletop roleplaying game by White Wolf: Street Fighter: The Storytelling Game. Around the same time that White Wolf adapted Capcom's game to tabletop, Capcom's Western development house was working on doing the same to a White Wolf property: namely, Werewolf: The Apocalypse. However, the Werewolf video game was never finished or released.
In 1997, White Wolf licensed the World of Darkness name and logo to Capcom for use on the third arcade game in the Darkstalkers series. That game, which was originally titled Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire for its Japanese release, was localized for arcades in North America as "Vampire Savior: World of Darkness". The arcade game and its promotional materials prominently featured the White Wolf logo and trademark; additionally, the English-language release of the Night Warriors: Darkstalkers' Revenge anime series also bore notifications that "World of Darkness" was a trademark of White Wolf.
The Capcom-White Wolf collaborations ended shortly afterwards, as White Wolf partnered with Western video game licensors for games like Vampire: The Masquerade - Redemption and another unreleased Werewolf game, Werewolf: The Apocalypse - The Heart of Gaia.