Even before the hype for Resident Evil VIII died down, Capcom has done it again – with a Netflix exclusive animated show called Resident Evil : Infinite Darkness!
The plot and the premise of the show is unclear as of now, but it is connected to the RE universe and the storyline is cannon. The show is expected to release during mid 2021.
Dates are subject to change. The CGI looks absolutely fantastic and very realistic.
The series stars Resident Evil 2 protagonists Claire Redfield and Leon S. Kennedy. How it will be connected to the actual videogame storyline is still a mystery. We will keep you updated though, don’t worry about that! 😀
You can decide for yourself and watch the trailer right here!
Well, what do you think? Are you pumped yet?
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After back to back successes with the Resident Evil 2 and 3 remake, Capcom is all set to go ahead with RE:8 and boy, oh boy, it’s gonna look EPIC on the next gen consoles!
Here’s what we know so far!
Resident Evil fansite Biohazard Declassified very recently uploaded this information they received about the next installment of the game. The new title will reportedly be called Resident Evil VIII: Village, and may arrive by early 2021, but may be delayed to late 2021 due to the ongoing pandemic crisis.
Ironical, isn’t it? Playing Resident Evil during a pandemic.
The game is a direct continuation of Resident Evil 7 : Biohazard and will feature Ethan Winters and also Chris Redfield. Other OG protagonists like Jill Valentine and / or Leon Kennedy might also be present in the game, as NPCs or playable characters with their own arcs.
> The game will allegedly feature a first person view and next gen graphics
> There’s gonna be a new inventory management system and better game mechanics
> Location will be somewhere in Europe, a small village/town, hence the name!
> Traditional zombies looking to make a return, along with a lot of new enemies and a way more scarier atmosphere!
That’s all we know for sure, and I’d suggest that you take this with a grain of salt, but an update is an update!
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You heard it correct, folks! The epic successor of RE2 BioHazard has a downloadable demo, and it’s out!
It was long time coming and it already looks friggin’ amazing, and oh boy, are you in for a treat?!
Jill Valentine has to escape Raccoon City. That’s all there is. Oh, and also. If you thought Mr. X was scary – uhhhh I got some news. Nemesis gives 0 flying fucks and literally makes you have a conscious nightmare. This game is scary. It’s brutal.
Although the demo roughly takes only 30 minutes to complete, it still does a good job of selling you the actual game. What are you waiting for then? Hop on and play the Demo Version!
It’s available across all platforms. This is as good as Quarantining can get. Make some use of that free time. 😉
In other news, Steam is also doing a giveaway, free Tomb Raider games just for you to sit at home and enjoy. Grab it while you can, if you haven’t already. And so is Epic Games! Watchdogs is free today!!! GET IT!
DMC 5 is still relevant yes, and it has already sold 2.1 million copies after its release in March this year.
Here are 5 reasons you should get the game.
1. Overall is one of the best hack and slash games out there
Stunning graphics, breathtaking visuals, intricate combat, superb voice acting and phenomenal original soundtrack. The gameplay is impressive, the environment is decent and the level of detail put into things that you won’t even notice – is crazy.
2. You can replace cutscenes with live action pre-recorded videos
Buying the Deluxe Edition gives you access to “pre-viz”, something that allows you to switch the in-game cutscenes with the live action ones recorded to be put in the game (similar to Mortal Kombat where they used mocap) and is truly an awesome addition to an already awesome game.
3. Hard to learn, hard to master
Not only is the complicated combat hard to learn, but you need lots and lots of practice to master it as well. It takes divine skill and agility to perform a variety of long ending combos and to stay alive against the bosses. The level of work and detail put into the combat animation is truly a nonetheless.
4. Multiple combat styles
Each character has a unique and fun combat style in Devil May Cry 5. You can play as 3 characters, and every character has their own charm. In short, you never get bored and the addictive combat keeps you on your toes!
5. The bosses are fucking hard
Not very surprising in a DMC game, but yes, the stage bosses and also the final boss, are super difficult to beat and is no piece of cake. You will die multiple times. You will rage. You will bang your keyboard or your controller. You will also take a nice, long, deep breath, and resume fighting.
With new DLC incoming and the availability of secret missions, not only will this get you back in the game if you’ve already finished it, but also is a nice extension to keep you hooked.
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