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Nostalgia plays a big role when you decide to play this game again. While we are quite far from the oft-requested HD remake, some people would be satisfied to have slight improvements such as upscaled graphics and pristine sound quality.
But we are talking about Square Enix, so you can bet there is a catch. Prepare for some tradeoffs (or rather, sacrifices) if you’re willing to pay 12 gil, specially if you really want to play the same game from 1997.
Tuesday, Capcom released the demo for Resident Evil: Revelations. The Demo is available on PC, Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii U and seeing as I have nothing else to do all day I decided to try all the console versions to see how they all handle.
I really really want the Wii version of this game but sadly all we get here in the states is the PSN rerelease of the classic game.
That’s right, following the game being released on the PSN the sequel is being released tomorrow on PSN in North America. I would wonder if it’s the same in Europe but you guys got the Wii version so be happy.
Dread Out Preview
Crazy, indeed! But this is not all FFX-2 has got up its sleeve. What happens when you put a lot of extra content in a game that is designed around side-quests?
That thing about Vegnagun and the whole Shuyin / Lenne romance? I’ve got better stuff to talk about!
Wait, so there were actually FOUR versions of Final Fantasy X?
With the re-release of Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster, it would be nice to tell you what exactly is new in the package and what was already there back in the old Playstation 2. This game is one of the weaker examples of software revisions and updates before DLC was commonplace in the industry, with Square Enix being one of the most fond of such practices.
Top 5 worst Horror games.
Yesterday, GT.TV started with Geoff Keighley interviewing quite the exquisite character. This man here claims to be responsible for The Phantom Pain, the oft-rumored fifth entry of the Metal Gear Solid series.
His weird reactions and the constant evasion on answering simple questions have made the interview seem like there’s more to be seen than just some screenshots from the game.
Next-gen events usually cause you surprise by the technical leap the consoles present, mainly because of the graphical advancement of launch titles. What happens then, when you have a console that is supposed to mark the next step in the evolution of gaming and it turns out that there isn’t much to see in the visual department?
Entry 2: How found footage can help horror games
Entry 1: Capcom