In an effort to make the world a better place for people who don’t eat meat, Capcom is releasing three more Animal Crossing documentaries this year.

The first is a film about the company’s famous animal friends, known as “Tiger Friends,” a series of video games that have garnered more than 3.8 billion downloads.

The second is a documentary about Capcom’s efforts to turn around the world’s meat-eating habits, titled “Animal Crossing: How to Live Forever,” which focuses on the company and its employees, as well as its most recent efforts to combat the spread of animal flu.

The third documentary, which was made in partnership with the Humane Society of the United States, looks at the role of meat production in the history of agriculture.

This year’s films, titled What’s Cooking?

and Animal Crossing: What’s Yours Is Mine?, will be released on October 17, and they’re also available on

[FourFourTwo via Game Informer]