So they are blaming themselves, then?Capcom blamed Street Fighter X Tekken's poor performance on the cannibalism of the fighting game genre -- that is, too many fighting games launching within too short a time.
2011 - 2012
Marvel vs. Capcom 3
Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition
Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online Edition
Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3
Street Fighter X Tekken
Compare that to what other fighting game companies have done during that same timespan:
Netherealm studios -- 1 Mortal Kombat game
Namco -- 0 Tekken games, 1 Soul Calibur game
Arc System Works -- 1 BlazBlue game, 1 Arcana Hearts game
SNK Playmore -- 1 King of Fighters game
Indie -- Skullgirls
So Capcom puts out 5 fighting games in a year's time, where most other companies do 1 or 2 games a year.
I would have no problem with Capcom going under at this point. I know they are struggling financially. The only fighting game from them I've enjoyed recently is 3rd Strike Online, and that's a port of a decade-old game. Their new fighters just aren't much fun, and neither are their other remaining franchises.
Resident Evil 6 is the only game from them I'm looking forward to at this point, and I am still expecting the worst from it given how poor RE 5 was.
Also, if you sold over a million copies of your game and it's not enough for your company, you need to re-evaluate your budget for said game. There are companies like Atlus that have been around forever and remained profitable despite selling not even a quarter of a million copies for any of their games.