“Resident Evil Revelations is an all new Resident Evil title with over 20 hours of gameplay, and cutscenes beautifully rendered in fear-inducing 3D. A true console experience on a handheld device, Resident Evil Revelations is an epic title that offers both a single-player campaign for that classic survival horror gaming experience, and an additional RAID mode that can be played cooperatively or single player. To handle all of that data Resident Evil Revelations requires a 4GB cartridge [instead of the normal 2GB card], resulting in a higher price point.” – Capcom spokesperson to Kotaku on the $10 price difference to other 3DS titles.
Far Cry 5: a tightly focused sandbox shooter about taking the fight directly to the source and oooooooooooh is that a fishing rod? Excuse me for the next three hours.
Shenmue 3 may escape Kickstarter limbo after all. Cross your fingers!
Age of Empires 4 announced, and it's being developed by Dawn of War and Company of Heroes creator Relic
Microsoft has just dropped what has to be the most surprising announcement of gamescom 2017: a new Age of Empires game.
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Remember Me, Okami HD and other Capcom titles have been given a digital price cut. The former as well as Lost Planet 3 and Resident Evil: Revelations HD will now run you $39.99. Okami HD will now run you $13.99 through PlayStation Network. Hit up the links for more information. Via Polygon.
Resident Evil: Revelations achievements for Xbox 360 has popped up over on Exophase. Back in November, the Korean Ratings Board indicated the title was heading to both PS3 and Xbox 360. The achievements listed state the game will be called Resident Evil: Revelations -Unveiled Edition upon release. Capcom has yet to confirm the 3DS game […]
The story of Operation Racoon City is one of unceasing woe.
Resident Evil: Revelations and its follow-up will both release for Nintendo Switch later in the year.