Articles tagged with: Resident Evil
Lost in Nightmares is the first of two scheduled DLC packages that expand the story of Resident Evil 5, while upgrading the current Mercenaries mode with a few new playable characters.
Does this warrant a purchase and if so, should you download each pack individually or wait for the upcoming Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition?
Make no mistake, zombies are fun to kill. We’ve had years of pleasure dismembering these lumbering sacks of meat. They allow us to become murderous fiends without our consciences ever getting in the way, but should we feelguilty about all those heads we’ve blown off with a rusty sawn -off shotgun? Of course not; zombies don’t have feelings – we’re doing them a favour by freeing them from the undignified situations they are in.
Nevertheless, maybe they deserve a break because they are being so over-used they’re starting to lose their impact.
Pick up any video game these days and the likelihood that the main character is a white male is pretty high. With February being Black History Month, we’re taking a look at the depiction and evolution of African Americans in video games.
Where did the origins of African American characters in video games begin? Is their depiction considered stereotypical or even racist? All these questions and more will be discussed.
Capcom managed to sneak an Easter Egg into the Resident Evil 5: Lost in Nightmares episode that was just released.
In preparation for the Lost in Nightmares downloadable episode for Resident Evil 5, a new version update is now available.
If you were holding out for Final Fantasy XIII to join the likes of LittleBigPlanet and Resident Evil in adopting motion control then you will be waiting a while.
Yoshinori Kitase, Final Fantasy’s producer told CVG that playing a game as long as Final Fantasy would be “too exhausting” for gamers.
There’s a certain tension in the air here at Attitude Towers. The normally carefree (or slightly bizarre in the case of Danny_D) banter has been replaced by hushed, worried whispers.
You see, there are Kittens in the Tower today. This generally wouldn’t be any cause for concern – kittens are cute right?
But these kittens have a penchant for shooting, and routinely sharpen their claws – step forward the Kamikaze Kittens.
Momentum is building for the Fall release of Sony’s Motion controller, but it seems that they may be looking to the past to attract new sales.
The master of the epic one liner returns! Barry Burton reunites with Jill and Chris and he’s carrying a weapon. It’s really powerful, especially against living things!
Don’t worry, Barry isn’t alone. The second mercenary is one that barely knows how to play the piano. Yup, it’s everyone’s favorite STARS medic, Rebecca Chambers. Hopefully she gets to use the first-aid spray as a weapon…
Capcom are satisfied that they have the technology in place to make 3D games. However, they will be undergoing research before deciding which of their franchises will be launching out of our screens.
Should we dread current titles being resold at a premium price with 3D technology shoehorned in, or can we look forward to new titles being developed that will maximise the benefits which 3D can offer?
Whether we like it or not, downloadable content is now a major part of the videogame industry, and it won’t be going away any time soon. Of course, PC games have had add-ons and expansions for years, but it’s only in the current generation that developers have seriously been able to bring DLC to consoles.
I’m normally completely in favour of some extra content for my favourite games, even if I have to pay for it, but occasionally I can’t help but feel slightly conned after I’ve made a purchase. Three examples would be the games listed below; I’m a big fan of all of them, but regrettably they are also all examples of how NOT to do DLC.
The games media industry spent much of 2009 getting all hot under the collar predicting a price drop for the PS3 – this duly came through Sony’s successful launch of the Slim. But should Capcom be believed, it looks like 2010 will be spent debating even further price cuts.
Sony may have high hopes for 3D, but EA Sports are one company who won’t be jumping on board right this minute.
In an exclusive interview with GamesIndustry.biz, Peter Moore, president of EA Sports claimed there will be “nothing at all” coming from their studios in 2010 which will be popping out from your screen. Read on to find out why…
Earlier we announced that Sony Computer Entertainment had dated their new Motion Controller (a provisional title) for release this autumn. With its release in sight, we contemplate whether the PS3 with motion sensing is a match made in gaming heaven or whether we should expect to be overrun by a deluge of lobotomy-inducing novelty games – as has arguably been the case with the Wii.
Excella Gionne, the corrupt CEO of Tricell, will be joining the cast as a playable character in the upcoming Mercenaries Reunion mode for Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition.
She has attitude. She has some martial arts skills. But does she truly have what it takes to survive this Majini infestation?
Capcom has unleashed a new trailer for Resident Evil 5 Gold that shows us the story behind the Lost in Nightmares and Desperate Escape episodes.
The second downloadable scenario for Resident Evil 5 has finally been revealed. We hope you like Jill Sandwiches.
Capcom has just released two new gameplay videos for the upcoming Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition. If you ever wanted to see Chris without a shirt, now is your chance. Oh, and there’s Sheva too…
Capcom is celebrating the PS3′s birthday in an awesomely evil way. Resident Evil 2 is finally being released today on the PSN as the newest PSone Classic. Swoot!