An Action Packed and Surprisingly Emotional Ending | Review of ‘Resident Evil: Endgame’ (The Final Chapter)

By Cynthia Ayala

Resident Evil: The Last Chapter starring Milla Jovovich. Ali Larter & Iain Glen
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“Picking up immediately after the events in Resident Evil: Retribution, Alice is the only survivor of what was meant to be humanity’s final stand against the undead. Now, she must return to where the nightmare began – The Hive in Raccoon City, where the Umbrella Corporation is gathering its forces for a final strike against the only remaining survivors of the apocalypse.”

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Ah, what a perfect ending for a franchise. Okay, maybe that’s stretching it a little bit. It wasn’t perfect, but it was almost there. Aside from being ill-titled (it should have been titled Resident Evil: Endgame vs. being titled Resident Evil: The Last Chapter — I dare you to argue with me) the film was not without plot holes.
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Game-streaming-enabled Toshiba TVs shipping Q1 2014

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Resident Evil 7 revealed?

By: Eddie Makuch Resident Evil 7 is in development, according to a former employee of motion capture studio House of Moves. On her  LinkedIn profile  (via  NeoGAF ), an ex-costume designer at the company claims she did work as “costume designer for the video game Resident Evil 7.” House of Moves is a Los Angeles, California motion capture studio that has done work for  Halo: … Continue reading Resident Evil 7 revealed?

Dead Rising 3 not coming to Xbox 360

By: Eddie Makuch Open-world zombie game Dead Rising 3 is not coming to the Xbox 360, Microsoft’s Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb has said on Twitter. Reports from #eurogamer that Dead Rising 3 will launch on Xbox 360 are false. It’s an Xbox One exclusive – no plans for 360 — Larry Hryb (@majornelson) September 27, 2013 Dead Rising 3 is an Xbox One launch title, … Continue reading Dead Rising 3 not coming to Xbox 360

PlayStation 4 exclusive Deep Down to be free-to-play

By: Shaun McInnis Capcom has announced at Tokyo Game Show 2013 that its upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusive Deep Down will be free-to-play. The news comes from a tweet sent out by Sony’s president of worldwide studios Shuhei Yoshida . The Sony executive also mentioned that Capcom’s fantasy role-playing game is scheduled to arrive as an open beta “near the launch of the PS4 in Japan.” … Continue reading PlayStation 4 exclusive Deep Down to be free-to-play

Dead Rising 3 gameworld larger than first two games combined

By: Eddie Makuch The Dead Rising 3 gameworld is larger than the first two games in the series combined, according to a new report from the Financial Post . Capcom Vancouver representatives said players are likely to use vehicles to move around the world 50 percent of time due to its size. Unlike its predecessors, Dead Rising 3 will not feature loading screens between areas. … Continue reading Dead Rising 3 gameworld larger than first two games combined

Capcom: No Plans To Bring Monster Hunter To PS Vita

By: Darryl Kaye   (@DarrylGU) Despite the huge success Monster Hunter achieved on the PlayStation Portable in Japan, Capcom has stated that there are currently no plans to bring the franchise to the PlayStation Vita. The news came from the Capcom forums, where Capcom’s communications specialist Yuri Araujo said the company has “no plans for a PS Vita Monster Hunter at the moment.” There has been a clear … Continue reading Capcom: No Plans To Bring Monster Hunter To PS Vita

Sony seeking The Order: 1886 trademark

By:  Eddie Makuch Sony has filed a trademark application with the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) for The Order: 1886. The mark, applied for on April 18 and uncovered by NeoGAF, covers “Computer game software; Video game software.” A website–TheOrder1886.com–was registered privately last month. The page does not resolve to anything. No further information is available and a Sony representative was not immediately available to comment. A number of … Continue reading Sony seeking The Order: 1886 trademark

Dungeons & Dragons arcade games coming to XBLA, PSN – Report

By:  Eddie Makuch Classic Capcom Dungeons & Dragons arcade games Tower of Doomand Shadow Over Mystara are coming to Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network, according to a new report at Siliconera. Released in the early 1990s, Tower of Doom and Shadow Over Mystara are side-scrolling beat-em-up games with role-playing elements. This would be the first time the two games have seen release since 1999’s Dungeons & Dragons Collection for the Sega … Continue reading Dungeons & Dragons arcade games coming to XBLA, PSN – Report

Darkstalkers Resurrection Headed For PSN And XBLA In March

By: Spencer Pressly   (@torchwood4sp) Last year Capcom announced that the first step to bringing back the Darkstalkers series was Darkstalkers Resurrection. Resurrection will be an HD re-release of Night Warriors: Darkstalkers’ Revenge and Darkstalkers 3. The game will be seeing a North America release on March 12 on PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade for $14.99 or 1200 MPS. Both games will receive HD visuals, online multiplayer, … Continue reading Darkstalkers Resurrection Headed For PSN And XBLA In March