June has come, and that means the release of Dungeons and Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara is imminent. The upgraded classic that many of us have been oogling over since word of it's release will finally see the light of day this month in exactly a week. It will be released for all current platforms, including PC, Xbox 360, and Playstation 3. A Wii U version is planned for sometime in the unknown future.
Resident Evil: Revelations has been successfully released for the console crowd as well as the PC. For a read about the impressions of the PC version of the game, take a look here. It is nearly a perfect port of the original game that was released for the 3DS, for better or worse. In true Capcom fashion, there has been talk about unlockable costumes and future DLC for Revelations.
When it first came out for the 3DS, Resident Evil: Revelations was a very well received game. Many Resident Evil fans saw it as a return to the roots of the series. This is due to the fact that the game features tight corridors, low lighting, tank controls, and a very creepy atmosphere. Many of us were very excited to hear Capcom was porting the game to the major consoles as well as PC. This hype is also due to the fact that Capcom has been producing excellent ports lately, particularly with their PC ports of Resident Evil 6 and Devil May Cry.
Resident Evil 6 may have been a disappointment for the most hardcore Resident Evil fans, but not every game in the series has strayed completely away from that original feel. The demo for Resident Evil: Revelations, which will be hitting the console scene next week, was given pretty decent reviews as a 3DS title.
It's almost May, and that means horror is on the way once again. The revamped and improved version of the 3DS game Resident Evil: Revelations will be coming out later next month for all major consoles and PC. Like the 3DS original that came out some time ago, this version of Revelations will also come with a playable demo. ...
"Spring Fever" continues this week on the US Playstation Store. The focus of this week's discounts is the Resident Evil franchise. Playstation 3 and Playstation Vita owners can enjoy great discounts on the entire catalog of Resident Evil titles this week. Both Resident Evil 6 and Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition feature some very fine cooperative gameplay, and if you do not own them already, are definitely both worthy of looking into. The Playstation Plus discount yields a significant discount on the already lower priced sale items. For a complete list of the Resident Evil games on sale this week, take a look below:
I was always more of a Warhammer fan growing up, but that does not stop me from having a soft spot for Dungeons and Dragons, especially in the form of 4 player co-op D&D: Chronicles of Mystara. This combo pack of D&D games is coming in June across PC, XBLA, PSN and Wii U. For any RPG game to work you need to know what class to play - hence these new Fighter and Cleric trailers.
Good news for Monster Hunter fans today. The Wii U version of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate has been patched today to include off-screen play and cross-region support. Players will be able to take their monster hunting skills with them on the go with the Wii U Gamepad. Whether this will be a better experience than playing on the 3DS will remain up to the player.
Resident Evil: Revelations was first released for the 3DS. In many ways, it was a return to form for the series, and it was relatively well received from fans and critics alike. As you probably know if you follow our site, Resident Evil Revelations: Unveiled Edition is being ported to the Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Wii U, and the PC. Capcom has been trickling down information regarding the HD port, and has recently released the PC system requirements for the computer version of the game. Take a look below for those requirements:
There has been a lot of pre-release news about Resident Evil: Revelations Unveiled Edition. News, trailers, and gameplay features have trickled down slowly from Capcom over the last couple of months regarding the title. The latest two pieces to surface about the uplifted version of the 3DS hit, Resident Evil: Revelations, are two trailers.
Capcom has been on a roll with great PC ports for their console games. Resident Evil 6 is no exception to that rule. Like Devil May Cry before it, Resident Evil 6 for the PC is the definitive version of the game. That is, until an “Ultimate Edition” of the game is announced (this is Capcom, after all). Reside...
Capcom's announcement of Ducktales Remastered during PAX East has had the internet ablaze this weekend, but the other game they announced was more exciting from a co-op perspective. We already reported that Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara would be coming to XBLA and PSN last week, and now it's official. Plus it will arrive on the Wii U and PC, making it easy for everybody who's anybody to experience Capcom's finest beat-em-ups.
A few days ago, Capcom announced some specifics regarding the latest iteration of Resident Evil: Revelations for the Wii U. The game will feature use of the Gamepad by transforming it into a map and weapon inventory for the player. Revelations will also integrate with Miiverse. Players will have the ability to post messages and tips for other players on how to overcome obstacles in their path.
Well, the day has finally come and passed, and Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is officially available to hunters across the nation. While you wait for our review, you might be interested in the tangible differences that set this version of Monster Hunter apart from Monster Hunter Tri on the WIi. Luckily, the folks over at Capcom-Unity have you covered. A few days ago a Capcom employee by the name of "Yuri" detailed some of the specifics of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate.
I'm pretty much an average gamer; my skin is pale, I have a gut you could use as an impromptu bongo, I would not be described as one of the beautiful people. Therefore, I was never offered the chance to appear in the new Live Action trailer for the 4 player co-op Wii U/3DS crossover game Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate. Witness pretty people play the game, but also get an idea of how the cross platform functionality is going to work.
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