Caspius and SiliconNooB plan a Grand Canyon Tour of the western United States, including Bup and Lane in an economy-sized automobile, Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition on the Nintendo Switch, and a stop at the World’s Largest Fibreglass Whale Sculpture.
Square Enix lies about Final Fantasy XV profitability, Resident Evil VII performs decently but shows signs of decline, and Steam dumps Greenlight in the news of the week!
Nintendo is to start making movies, EA looks to make inroads into the action genre, and Capcom looks to turn back the clock with Resident Evil 7 in the news of the week!
Ethos hides an improvised rant about Resident Evil and the disappointing submission of Japanese game design values to North American shlock-fests behind the moniker of an Editorial Miscellany. Fun!
Ethos forgot his excerpt! Oh, no! What will happen now? Lusipurr will write the excerpt and fill it with abuse to the effect that Ethos is a lazy, feckless, shiftless, gormless, bootless, helpless, useless, bumbling, blundering, babbling, blithering dolt.
Mel discusses the power of limitations through a quick analysis of the Resident Evil series. Limiting the abilities of the player and of the developer often leads to great things. But it is not always true when given total freedom. Read on and be amazed.
Capcom is punished for poor decisions while Level-5 is rewarded for theirs, Epic disbands studio comprised of former 38 Studios developers, and Rayman Legends goes multiplatform in the news of the week.
Diablo III gets off to a bottleneck, Blizzard takes pity on poorly done by Aussies, and Cliffy B proves yet again that he is a thoroughly awful human being in this week’s Diablo launch news drops.
Resident Evil 6 plays for time, Cliffy B. justifies the gouging of consumers, and Mike Capps blames PC pirates for the shelving of a Bulletstorm sequel in this week’s sorry state of news excuses!
Take a step in the survival horror genre this week with Blitzmage as he reviews the newest installment in the Resident Evil franchise.