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Xbox One/PS4 Versions of Resident Evil: Revelations Coming This Fall

While we've known since March that Resident Evil: Revelations would be getting a new release on PS4 and Xbox One, today we now have a release window and details for the 1080p update of the game. The new version will be releasing in Japan on August 31st with US and Europe releases to follow in the fall.

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Capcom looking behind their old game sofa again

Bring Out Your Dead, Resident Evil:Revelations Coming to Xbox One and PS4

How many Resident Evil games have there been?  If you take into account the main cannon, plus all the offshoots and then the remakes - too many to really care about.  One co-op version of the game was Resident Evil: Revelations and its being relaunched again; this time for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

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Double Dragon Trilogy punches its way onto iOS and Android

Have you ever been surfing the web on your fancy smartphone and suddenly been struck with the urge to rescue a pixelated beauty named Marian from the evil Black Warriors gang? Who hasn't! Finally, we can all satisfy those random desires with the release of Double Dragon Trilogy for iOS and Android. Grab a pal and take it to the mean streets of such locations as "factory" and "woods" as you fight to rescue your lady love. Spoiler: She gets shot and dies in the beginning of Double Dragon 2.

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3D Streets of Rage has a US Release Date

Nintendo went ahead and announced the release date for the much-anticipated 3D Streets of Rage. The portable two player brawler drops on the e-shop in the US December 19, just in time to pick up a few copies as digital stocking stuffers. With the handy mobility of the 3ds, you don't have to worry about spending another nanosecond without punching some street trash right in their mean old face.

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