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  1. A Life in Game Journalism, Miyamoto on letting the younger generation take the reigns and preferring to hire people that aren't passionate gamers, Final Fantasy VIII Retrospective, Critical Distance lists their best gaming video and article choices of 2017, Giant Bomb's GOTY lists continue, teaching a class on Doom, making our own myths with photo mode, Noah Gervais Answering the Call of Juarez, Super Bunnyhop's Critical Close-up of Metal Gear Solid 4, the best games hidden in other games, Peter Tieryas writes good group of articles on JRPGs for Kotaku, Call of Duty community swatting and police incompetence leads to death, anticipated games of 2018, and more. Gaming News (Announcements, previews, release dates, interviews and writing on upcoming games, DLC and game updates, company and developer news, country news, tech, mods) Here are 53 new games coming out in 2018 (as long as they're not delayed!) The 50 most anticipated games of 2018 The indie games of 2018 we're most excited about Bleak government spying sim Beholder has a sequel out next year Pathologic 2 developers go in-depth on the game's combat and autopsy systems PUBG’s first post-1.0 patch reduces rubber banding, makes map selection 50/50 Dead Cells getting an Early Access price bump in January, devs are 'far from finishing the game' Civilization 6’s India gets a second leader with Chandragupta The Cree, led by Poundmaker, are coming to Civilization 6 Capcom Producer Promising 2018 Will Make Ace Attorney Fans Happy Rocket League rockets to 40 million players Facebook Game of the Year 2017 Experts Have A New Reason To Debate Whether ‘Gaming Disorder’ Is Real World Health Organisation recognises 'gaming disorder' as disease I'd probably go with them worrying about it effecting profits in the future if it leads to medical professionals talking about exploitative or addictive game design and pay to play/gambling style features. Call of Duty gaming community points to ‘swatting’ in deadly Wichita police shooting Police kill Kansas man while responding to an alleged 'swatting' Esports News What Makes PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds So Great Would Make It a Terrible Esports Game Crowdfunding News (not sharing everything I find, just ones that look interesting, have known talent behind them, and a chance to succeed) Tabletop games are exploding on Kickstarter, video games are flat Content I found interesting this week (interviews, recommendations, think pieces, history, music, culture, design, art, documentaries, criticism, etc) THIS YEAR IN VIDEOGAME BLOGGING: 2017 Nintendo’s Switch Brings Some Magic Back Final Fantasy VIII Retrospective: The Greatest Love Story We Made Our Own Myths in 2017's Photo Modes What Video Game Subtitling Got Wrong In 2017 Class on Doom How Bomber Crew's devs found outsized success with a permadeath flight crew sim How Warframe built an ethical free-to-play economy Gamasutra's Best of 2017: Brandon Sheffield's all-time top 10 games hidden in other games Danganronpa Captures The Feeling Of Real-Life Arguments The Brilliant Use Of Speed In Mega Man 2’s Quick Man Stage The Deadly Decisions of Persona 3 The Sublime Battles Of The Last Story The World of Ruin In FFVI Is About Searching For Hope In Desperate Times The Tragic Sidequests From Nier Automata’s Machine Village The Trials And Tribulations of Shining In The Darkness Golf Story Is Delightfully Weird And Hilariously Dramatic Steam needs more than graphs to fix its review bombing problem 5 problems for Valve to solve in 2018 Drew Scanlon's Top 10 Games of 2017 Kevin VanOrd's Top 10 Games of the Year Bennett Foddy's Top 10 Games of 2017 Jim Stormdancer's Top 10 Games of 2017 Bruno Dias' Top 10 Games of 2017 Soha E's Top 5 Small Games She's Glad She Made Time For in 2017 Nick Wiger's Top 5 Games of 2017 Abby Russell's Top 10 Games of 2017 ZODIAC MOTHERFUCKER's Top 10 Games of 2017 Danny O'Dwyer's Top 6 Games of 2017 Rorie's Top 10 Games Of 2017 Brad Shoemaker's Top... 23 Games of 2017 Jens Matthies' Top 10 Games of 2017 Chris Grant's Top 10 Games of 2017 John Bellomy's Top 10 Games of 2017 Teddy Dief's Top 10 Games of 2017 Samantha Kalman's Top 10 Plus 1 Games of the Year Greg Kasavin's Top 10 Games of 2017 Erik Wolpaw's Top 10 Games of 2017 Kenny Omega and Xavier Woods' Top 10 Games of 2017 Jeff Gerstmann's Top 10 Games of 2017 Jason Oestreicher's Top 10 Games of 2017 SWERY65's Top 10 Games of 2017 Mega Ran's Top 10 Games of 2017 Matt Conn's Top 10 Games of 2017 Phil Fish's 2017 Game of the Year Felix Kramer's Top 10 Games of the Year Colin Spacetwinks' Top 10 Games of 2017 BAKOON's Top 15 Games of 2017 Mike Drucker's Top 10 Games of 2017 Janina Gavankar's Top 10 Games of 2017 Alex Navarro's Top 10 Games of 2017 Yoko Taro's Top 10 Games of 2017 The 12 Best Video Games Of 2017 Nathan Grayson's Top 10 Games Of 2017 Keza MacDonald's Top 9 Games of 2017 Paul Tamayo's Top 10 Games Of 2017 Maddy's Top 10 Games Of 2017 Cecilia D'Anastasio's Top 10 Games Of 2017 Austin Walker's Top 10 Games of 2017 In My First Year Of Fatherhood I Somehow Played 106 Video Games Critical Close-up: Metal Gear Solid 4 Answering the Call of Juarez (A Series Retrospective) The Shrouded Isle Call of Duty WWII's Conflict Found In Translation: Final Fantasy VII, Part Eight Exclusive Mega Man 7 Developer Commentary 33 Awesome Games You Might Have Missed in 2017 The Writing on Games "Top Five Games of 2017" List Top 10 Nominations for Game of the Year (2017) Top 10 Games of 2017 Top 10 Games of 2017 | BoukenJima Things I Missed From Previous Weeks A life in game journalism Factorio & Opus Magnum | How Simple Toolsets and Sandboxes Encourage Learning
  2. Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite Review – Written by Jose Vega Purchased product for the sake of review. Marvel & Capcom… they are two different companies that have one thing in common: a franchise where many of their franchise’s best duke it out against each other. In 2011, Marvel vs. Capcom 3 was released. Though it had a pretty positive reception, it wasn’t enough and the series would enter hibernation. Marvel was under the grip of Disney and before long, Disney would get involved making games of their own, only to call it quits after Disney Infinity bit the dust. Five years later, it was announced that Marvel and Capcom would be back at it again with a new entry into the Versus series. The game in question was Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite. Now that it has been released, does this game hold up to the hype? The plot for Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite involves Ultron Sigma using the Reality and Space Stones to merge the worlds of Marvel and Capcom together. This creates a world where he is ruler but a legion of heroes from both Marvel and Capcom worlds unite to not only defeat Ultron Sigma but also find a way to undo and restore their respective worlds. Many previous entries didn’t have much of a plot but this is the first time in the series where the plot takes precedence. Sadly I feel that it isn’t as interesting. Capcom had hyped the game’s story as being the main focal point. All it did sadly was only damage the overall presentation, especially when the demo was released a few months back. Compared to the final version it isn’t as much helpful and though it did improve when it came to the character models, having something that wasn’t as good in the beginning only serves to hurt the game, not help it. If anyone likes the story, more power to them. However I believe that a story had to be made in response to Netherealm’s games like Mortal Kombat and Injustice having story modes that provide a lot. Gameplay has always been the Versus series’ strong point and this is no exception. Going back to basics, Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite is a 2-on-2 fighting game where you choose two characters and then duke it out either with the computer or online against other players. It also is a 4-button fighter with 2 punches & 2 kicks respectively, similar to Marvel vs. Capcom 2. One noticeable feature is the Infinity Stones, brought back from Marvel Super Heroes. They provide a nifty addition by adding an advantage that can change how your team handles the battlefield. By pressing either the left or both shoulder buttons, you can activate an Infinity Surge for a quick effect or go full throttle with an Infinity Storm after filling up your Infinite meter. This adds a lot of variety to the game, as each of the six Infinity Stones offers different effects. You have a choice of up to 30 different characters to choose from. More than half of the cast is from the previous game and unfortunately it hurts the overall game. You have new characters such as Mega Man X, Jedah, Gamora, Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers) and some that are coming down the line as DLC but I feel pretty disappointed that the roster is lackluster. Simply lackluster. The game does offer a lot and compared to Street Fighter V, at least that’s better than having a barebones product. You have your traditional arcade and versus modes but there’s also Story. Story Mode will take you probably 2-3 hours to complete, more if players plan to do it in a higher difficulty. Mission Mode is back from Marvel 3 and it offers players a set of challenges they need to complete with each character. Online mode is also included with ranked and player matches. Players can also set up lobbied where up to eight players can play against each other. Interestingly, up to four games can happen in a lobby at once. It’s pretty cool. Compared to SFV, this game really offers a lot for your money’s worth and if you have friends then you’ll have a fun time. Also the game has an Easy Combo System that you can thankfully turn off in the options menu. It’s a neat addition for newcomers to get into the game without having to worry about anything complex. It also applies for Easy Hyper Combos as well, which like I mentioned can be turned off. Though it has many positives, Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite has many things that hurt the game. The presentation isn’t that great. Character models may look good but most of the time, they feel off. Compared to the demo where they looked real hideous in some cases, I am happy that Capcom took the liberty to improve on the models after much feedback. The story isn’t as great and can sometimes be real jarring. Since story had been focused on a lot, it also means there are no arcade endings. A bummer. Music is also a bit forgetful. Many of the tracks don’t seem to hook you compared to previous titles and though the game uses techno, it doesn’t click. I mentioned that the roster was lackluster. Several well-known characters such as Wolverine, Magneto and others aren’t in the game. This is mostly due to legal stuff behind the scenes between Marvel/Disney and Fox over the film rights. It’s upsetting that they aren’t in and I can understand why but on the other hand, all of this is just one big advertisement for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Another big nitpick is DLC and it seems Capcom hasn’t learned their lesson from Street Fighter V. Unlike SFV, this issue is minor at best. There is DLC in the game and it comprises of six new characters as well as some alternate costumes. A season pass for this can be purchased but I feel that their business model will only do more harm than good for the overall game. Made no better that the game has a $90 deluxe edition and a $200 collector’s edition that is outright poor. It didn’t help that the game had pretty poor PR especially with Peter “Combofiend” Ross as well as Pete Rosas and Michael Evans saying stuff like characters are functions or saying that there’s no X-Men because fans don’t remember them. It’s poor PR on not just Capcom’s part but also Marvel and Disney. No wonder the game had controversy from the get-go. Overall, Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite isn’t a bad game. It truthfully isn’t. The game has really good gameplay, addicting if you put the time and effort into it. However great gameplay doesn't equal a great game if the overall presentation is lackluster. A poor roster of familiar faces with little new appearances, a story that doesn’t seem to grip you in, questionable choices behind the scenes and you get a recipe for disaster. Should you buy this game at full price? Absolutely not. Wait for a price drop or better yet, wait till Capcom releases a complete edition for this. Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite may be a game that would get the series out of hibernation but it’s not the game we’re looking for. I give Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite a 5 out of 10. You want a fighting game that feels like Marvel vs. Capcom but plays well? Wait for Dragon Ball Fighter Z.
  3. The story of developer Jane Whittaker and why a fake name had to be used to avoid threats and to keep a job while working on popular and influential titles during a 35 year career, Hellblade Senua's Sacrifice's importance to gaming, Super Bunnyhop and Dutch journalist Jesse Frederick on how large game companies avoid paying income tax and how they lobbied for the loopholes, Overwatch getting a deathmatch mode, Capcom accidentally reveals Marvel vs Capcom esports plans, Battletech delayed, Discord adding video chat and screen sharing, interview with Cliff Bleszinski after the slow start of Lawbreakers, Swery65 announces new game, Noah Caldwell-Gervais' franchise retrospective of Crysis and look at Mafia 3 DLC, what Bungie learned from Destiny beta, FFVII translation differences, AI vs DOTA pro, Twitch harassment streams, Writing On Games on the little details of Tacoma, Valve announces a card game, and more. Gaming News (Announcements, previews, release dates, interviews and writing on upcoming games, DLC, game updates, company and developer news, country news, mods) Dishonored: Death of the Outsider trailer shows off a slew of new powers Wolfenstein 2's faux sitcom proves Nazi occupation isn't exactly Happy Days Why 'Wolfenstein II' Should Embrace Reality, Not Escapism Sonic Mania's Opening Movie Gets The Party Started Right Sonic Mania Metallic Madness Zone Act 1 - Gameplay No Joke, 'Sonic Mania' Is Really Great Sonic Mania’s secret mode is Sega embracing fans’ favorite joke Styled with Simplicity: A Talk with Unto The End Developer 2Ton Studios Seven new things we've learned about Far Cry 5's sandbox Craft a polygonal martial arts expert in Absolver's character customisation trailer Devolver Public Access: Absolver-Sneak Peek Danganronpa V3 trailer reveals more characters: four students and one sentient evil bear Moons of Madness is Lovecraftian horror on Mars Battletech pushed back to early 2018 Rock of Ages 2 rolling out later this month Bringing The Horror Of Call of Duty: WWII Nazi Zombies To Life Call of Duty: WW2 - Private Multiplayer Beta Trailer Each Division in WWII MP has progression system, reaching highest level of each Division unlocks unique weapon Assassin's Creed Origins: Combat and Arena Deep Dive - IGN First Superhuman Boss Battle in XCOM 2: War of the Chosen Hunting the hunters in XCOM 2: War of the Chosen XCOM 2: War of the Chosen wants to reinvent the classic franchise once again XCOM 2 WAR OF THE CHOSEN Gameplay - Part 1 - NEW Gatecrasher - Let's Play - [Legend Ironman] In addition to showing off the game, the above also shows some new options for how you would like to play the game when you start (longer mission time, longer Avatar project, more health for everyone, turning on and off the War of the Chosen or DLC content, etc). Make propaganda for your XCOM 2: War of the Chosen campaign with this official app Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana ‘Fearless Adventurer, Adol Christin’ trailer, free costume DLC announced Skull and Bones has loot boxes that reflect 'real economy of the Indian Ocean', won't be pay-to-win Papers, Please creator Lucas Pope details his next game Shape of the World wandering into early 2018 Bandai Namco new title ‘Projekt #1514’ teaser trailer Psychological Horror Game Tokyo Dark Announces Release Date With New Trailer NBA Live 18 reveals launch date and cover star James Harden NBA Live 18 DEMO: Cavs vs. Warriors Gameplay (1st Quarter) Creepy stealth game Hello Neighbor is delayed to December Shadow of War's endgame sounds a lot beefier than Shadow of Mordor's Meet Middle-earth: Shadow of War's Terror tribe Why Shelob is a woman in Shadow of War Here’s an in-depth look at Star Citizen’s intergalactic smartwatch, the mobiGlas Super Mega Baseball 2 delayed into 2018 Deadly Premonition’s Hidetaka Suehiro will announce his first new game in three years at PAX Seattle ‘Deadly Premonition’ Designer's Next Game About a Town Full of Secret Cats 3030 Deathwar Redux is a comedic Elite-like space explorer, due next month Ys Seven for PC launches August 30 Here's our first look at mobile prisons in The Escapists 2 InXile boss Brian Fargo hints at a Starflight reboot Raid: World War II brings four-player co-op from the PayDay team to PC next month Here’s what Bungie learned from the Destiny 2 beta Ram skyscrapers and blow up aliens in new Megaton Rainfall trailer Survive ’em up Dead in Vinland drops you on a desert island Valve is making a Dota card game to release in 2018 Valve Is Making a Card Game Because It Wants You to Trade Some Cards Fallout 4 Game of the Year Edition announced, release date set Arma III DLC Will Let You Play As A Humanitarian Worker Conan Exiles details 'phase two' of early access plan, new systems, map features See For Honor's Highlander and Gladiator in action in their new Season 3 trailers For Honor: 6 Minutes of Gladiator Gameplay in 1080p 60fps For Honor: 5 Minutes of Highlander Gameplay in 1080p 60fps Valve reveals two new Dota 2 heroes PUBG’s vaulting system could be a game changer No Man's Sky Atlas Rises update adds '30 hours of new story content' and 'limited' online co-op EVE: Valkyrie's Warzone update will remove the need for VR headsets A new Rainbow Six Siege leak reveals the abilities of all three new operators Overwatch is finally getting a Deathmatch mode Overwatch: 5 Minutes of Deathmatch Gameplay Overwatch’s New Deathmatch Modes Still Need Some Work Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation v2.4 comes with Vulkan support and a free map pack Fortnite Creative Director Talks Five-Year Plan, Possibility Of Switch Version Popular Twitch Streamer Banned From Battlegrounds After Exploiting Glitch Paid crates continue to be a contentious issue for the PUBG community PUBG developer says no, Tencent did not buy a piece of our company Don't expect another Tales from the Borderlands game: sales "weren't great" Riot loses lawsuit over League of Legends 'Striker Lucian' skin The big Cliff Bleszinski interview Internal Blizzard Memo Details Efforts To Hire, Retain More Women Korean PC bangs accuse Blizzard of anti-trust breach over StarCraft: Remastered Blizzard renames Battle.net, again PlatinumGames is on the upswing, thanks to Nier: Automata Planet Coaster sells a million in less than a year Tekken 7 sold more than 1.6 million copies during Bandai Namco's Q1 Discord takes aim at Skype with new video chat and screen sharing features Discord cracks down on hate groups, shuts down alt-right server Someone Live Streamed Themselves Sexually Harassing Me Harassment Livestreams on Twitch are Multiplying and Easy to Find Twitch declares war on Discord with the full launch of the Twitch Desktop App Action games could put you at risk of Alzheimer's, schizophrenia and PTSD Esports News Brilliant Steal At The Dota 2 International Brings Key Arena To A Roar Team Liquid Wins Over $10 Million At International Dota 2 Tournament The Tradition Of Terrible Esports Champagne Celebrations Continues What It's Like To Attend The Biggest Dota 2 Tournament In The World The 2017 Call Of Duty Championship Ends In A Blowout For Honor player exploits his way to tournament victory Australian Qualifies For Quake World Championships With 272 Ping The best plays from the Overwatch World Cup Katowice qualifiers The NCAA Has Begun Discussing Its Potential Role in Collegiate Esports Capcom accidentally reveals its entire Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite esports business plan on YouTube What Capcom’s Video Leak Tells Us About the Business of Fighting Games Newbee player Vasilii vows abstinence after saying “indulging in sensual pleasures” hurt his League of Legends performance In Dota 2, bot beats pros Crowdfunding News (not sharing everything I find, just ones that look interesting, have known talent behind them, and a chance to succeed) The Iron Oath: Dark Turn-based Tactical RPG NECROCOSMOS - There is no god up here 'My creative calling is to freak people the f*** out,' says Alexis Kennedy on Cultist Simulator Fig's first funded game released sees 100% return on investment Content I found interesting this week (interviews, think pieces, history, music, culture, design, art, documentaries, criticism, etc) Threats, fake names and philanthropy: The untold story of Jane Whittaker 'Savior': Politics, Game Development, Performance Art in an Evolving Cuba Growing Up, I Bonded With My Older Brothers Through Games Finally, an Apocalyptic Wasteland Where People Aren't Assholes to Each Other Pyre Developer Explains Why There's No 'Best' Ending A Substantial And Interesting Discussion Of Pyre, Feelings, Dogs, Mustaches, And God Five Key Areas of Discoverability for Indie Devs Hinterland: "There's something a little bit broken about our internet culture" 100GB Game Downloads Aren't the Problem, Predatory Data Caps Are How Hellblade's permadeath works isn't the point RELIGION AND PSYCHOSIS IN HELLBLADE: SENUA’S SACRIFICE The sensitive challenge of portraying psychosis in Hellblade “Gears of War Flexes for the World to See,” by Reid McCarter Comparing the cityscapes of The Witcher 3, Dark Souls and Bloodborne to medieval paintings Dissecting The Dream Daddy Discourse Designing the deceptively simple stick figure RPG West of Loathing Punishing difficulty conveys a personal story in The End is Nigh The uncertain future of games like Deus Ex and Dishonored GTA Online Updates Push Crime Into The Suburbs, Frustrating Residents Yahoo! Games' Demise Shows What the Death of Flash Could Feel Like The best PC concept art How American Game Companies Avoid Paying Income Tax Tacoma: Why The Little Details Matter Why Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice Is More Important To Gaming Than You Think The Most Important Game of 2017 Hellblade: A Groundbreaking Take On Mental Illness - Reboot Episode 12 Prey - A Critique of the Mind Game CRYSIS Identity: A Franchise Retrospective What's Been Going On With Mafia 3's DLC? [Spoilers] Final Fantasy VII's Barret Is Solid Snake In Japanese, Mister T In English The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds' dungeon design | Boss Keys Marginal Mechanics and Red Herrings - Why So Weak? - Extra Credits History Respawned: Urban Empire Sony's Cancelled PlayStation 4 (PS4) Exclusive: Gnomageddon - Unseen64 Realistic Performances in Games Continuous World Generation in No Man's Sky The Flash Games Postmortem Rewarding Exploration in Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Cuphead's Animation Process and Philosophy Things I found entertaining throughout the week relating to video games, game communities, or game companies Dannyodwyer's Surprise Twitch Appearance We made Elven Cider from Divine Divinity
  4. ... On the positive side, Joe's review is bound to be epic. And that's about it. Single-player is practically non-existant and "Story Mode" is piss easy. You can beat it by mashing one button, and you can easily beat all of it in less than 90 minutes. Don't believe me? Watch Squirty here... And Arcade Mode is supposedly coming out in June as a free patch. Multiplayer looks like it's only bare-bones (when it works, it is launch day after all). But if the game isn't ready, Capcom shouldn't have released the game.
  5. So today I was playing Resident Evil Revelations 2. I recently had a bit of money to spare, and I decided to go and buy Albert Wesker for Raid Mode on said game. Today I finally booted up the game and started playing him... And it honestly is making me a bit sad. For those of you that don't know, Albert Wesker was an unlockable character in The Mercenaries in Resi 5. I didn't care for Resi 5 that much, but I had a ton of fun in Mercenaries. I must have spent hundreds of hours in it when I was a teenager, and about a hundred hours of that was devoted to trying to unlock Wesker, who remains to this day one of my favorite antagonists in any game, right under Handsome Jack and Vaas. Wesker was HARD to get. Like, a buddy and I spent two whole days trying to get him unlocked hard. But it was possible. To get Wesker and all his skins, you had to beat two of the hardest maps on their hardest difficulty several times. But it was worth the effort, because to reward you for all the effort you put out, the game let you have his full power set from the game. He could be across the map to the other side in under 15 seconds, and he was one of the most powerful melee characters in the game. Overpowered? Hell yeah. Fun? Oh, fuck yeah, was he fun. Wesker is also "playable" in the new Raid mode on Revelations 2. Meaning you can pay to play him. I've had a lot of praise for Revelations 2, the restructured missions and the new skill tree adding hundreds of hours of replayability, as opposed to the original Revelations, which became a chore as you got further into the game. The new and improved Raid Mode not only improves upon the original in every way, it makes full use of the new skill trees, making it far more engaging than the original raid mode. Unfortunately, the DLC situation for the game is edging towards bullshit. Not only are several old and beloved characters from the series like H.U.N.K. and Wesker on sale, there's several "Sexy" skins for the female characters and inventory space upgrades. Being a fan of Wesker like I am, I, as I mentioned earlier, decided to buy him. As I'm playing him, it's not a sweet taste of nostalgia like I was hoping, it's a bitter taste of the modern game industry. Wesker feels no different from every other character in Raid Mode. No blink sprint, no room-clearing melee. Sure, his basic melee attack, the palm strike, is still there, but it feels kind of hollow. This isn't Wesker. It's some jackass dressed up like one of my favorite villains of all time, because this guy has none of the powers that made Wesker so distinctive in my memory of Resi 5. And I paid $2.55 for him. May I remind you that he was available for the low, low price of ALREADY IN THE DAMN GAME in Resi 5. So this is just a thanks to the game industry. Thanks for being greedy bastards not afraid to rape our wallets with fond memories of beloved characters. Thanks for that.
  6. Article A lot of games have been getting removed not just from the App store, preventing new people from buying them, but also from purchase histories of customers who have already bought the game, preventing people from downloading games that they paid for again. If it was a game that was only available on the App store it would prevent anyone playing it at all over time. This isn't just from smaller companies but now from 2K, EA, Capcom, Sega, and possibly Telltale.
  7. So here we are, post RE6 and DmC: Devil May Cry. RE: Revelations 2 had generally good reception, Ryu from Street Fighter is said to be appearing in Super Smash Bros, not only that but with a slew of HD remakes on the way including a revisit to Devil May Cry 4, I think Capcom might be getting its act back together. What do you guys think?
  8. Well I'll be damned, I can't believe my own eyes, Vergil ( my favorite game character of all time ) is coming back in DMC 4 special edition. The news hit recently with the announcement of the "Definitive Edition" of DmC, but at the end of the trailer we got a teaser for Devil May cry 4 Special Edition. Now, some of you probably know this, I've written this in many other topics but I'll say it here again. DMC 3 SE is my favorite game of all time, thanks to the Vergil character addition most of all. I've spent literally hundreds of hours in this game playing as Vergil alone, I absolutely loved it. To hear that he's coming back as a playable character in DMC 4 is the most exciting game news I've heard in years. I was also extremely excited about the DmC DLC Vergil's Downfall last year but it failed to recapture the feeling I've had with this character in DMC 3, because of the new combat system and all, but it was still alright when you don't compare. However this news is even more exciting because knowing DMC 4's combat system and gameplay, Vergil will surely return with most of his moveset/abilities intact (hopefully) and some new additions. For the average DMC consumer however this probably is just a lame cash grab on a game that was released almost 7 years ago. Which it probably is and I get that. Thoughts ?
  9. Capcom is screwing up again. The game dragons dogma came out in 2012 and had one expansion. It was an action adventure RPG that had elements of skyrim and monster hunter and a bunch of other games. The boss fights were especially awesome because you could climb up upon your boss and slash away at their head or body. It was underrated but was a good game. Now in 2015 they are going to release an online version of the game with 4 player coop, but not in the west. Please do some research and discuss on the topic. Here is Angry Joe's Review of the game Here is the trailer for the game https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iNxmg4w7azQ Here is a link to a petition on Change.org to get it released in the west. https://www.change.org/p/capcom-release-dragon-s-dogma-online-for-eu-and-na
  10. Hey guys so this topic is about which of these two game franchises is better. Now before we get started there is something I need to get out of the way. Both the Bayonetta franchise and Devil May Cry (up till DmC: Devil may Cry) were made by the same group of people called Team Little Devils who later went to Platinum Games and became team Little Angels. They were also directed by Hideki Kamiya. So with this in mind which of these two franchises was the better creation as well as franchise.
  11. Not sure what the hell is going on with this one. 2094? What an arbitrary year. I miss the days of 20xx. Either way, it looks dope, but it also seems like a weird amalgamation of Monster Hunter and Dark Souls. Color me intrigued. IIRC this is intended to be Free to Play, no?
  12. Thoughts? Good idea on Capcom's part? Are they going to ruin it?
  13. I just heard capcom is releasing another STREET FIGHTER 4 game called "ULTRA SF4" like wtf why do they keep doing that?
  14. There isn't a bigger facepalm, for this idiotic stunt that CAPCOM HAS PULLED! Okay here the news, Capcom has announced that they are putting there profits (which is 4 billion yen). On a brand new studio, which is solely for developing mobile games. Even though that more profitable since candy crush, and temple runner made oodles of money. With their some micro-transactions, which clearly has give advantage to some rich dumb-ass from Beverley Hills. But does actual true gamers care about this kind of crap? NO! Hey capcom, put adside you hentai and heroine, get your head out your asses, give some veterans some respect, AND GET THAT DAMN KID OUT OF THAT DAMN MOON ALREADY! Oh and here's the full info: http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?p=92067466#post92067466
  15. Well hello Mr. Salt, come here to pour my wounds again? In September 2013, Capcom (or just Crapcom) announced a new rhythm game called Sound Rangers: Rhythm and Battle for iOS devices. A standard tapping rhythm to defeat the sound rangers' foes. Mostly this doesn't phase me, until they made this announcement via twitter ! They announce they are introducing a new character in the game. Just let me show this silhouette picture. If this ring you any bells, and/or if you are a fan of a certain series. Then you'll found out that this is Aero from the defunct Legends 3 game. Yeah, while their project was in the works this was voted by the fans. I would call this BS, even though we can see some of the characters that the dude/bra created be in a game. But it's a slap to the face at the same time. When he/she heard that legends 3 is going to come he was stoked the same way as we are. Also we as the fans voted for his/her character designs FOR THAT GAME! By the time that got cancelled, you should have the right to scrap this one and put it in that shitty mobile game. My god you just can not stop you just won't stop. I've already put my 10 cents in. This idea will piss alot of Megaman Legends fans. What's your reaction to this mess. FULL INFO HERE: http://www.siliconera.com/2014/01/06/mega-man-legends-3s-aero-capcoms-sound-rangers/
  16. Me n' Alvin Lee

    From the album M. Bisons Fun Box

  17. These games Like the Awful Game "Cross Edge" are I like to Call "A Fans Dream Of Anime Games" There Soo FUCKING Fan Servicey, there can Be crowed (I Guess), And Even Though a crossover Game Has Low Ratings The Fans will still Love the games ( Except For Cross Edge that Game is the Worst Crossover Game Of All Time).
  18. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqM8k9MYZak This is my Review of Resident Evil Remake, Coming later this week is a GTA V Review. Let me know what you think, and tell me what game you want me to review next! -TheSolidMoose }}:3 Dont forget to subscribe and follow me on Twitter! @TheSolidMoose
  19. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqM8k9MYZak This is my Review of Resident Evil Remake, Coming later this week is a GTA V Review. Let me know what you think, and tell me what game you want me to review next! -TheSolidMoose }}:3 Dont forget to subscribe and follow me on Twitter! @TheSolidMoose