After a long delay, Capcom has already set the release date for the free to play expansion of Resident Evil 7 titled Not A Hero two weeks ago. Today, the new gameplay trailer was released and showcased RE veteran Chris Redfield as the main protagonist that will surely be nostalgic to long time fans of the franchise.
The end of the main campaign of RE7 showed Chris Redfield rescuing Ethan Winters, the new character introduced in the series, and the DLC will follow Redfield as he investigates the Baker Mansion. The three-minute trailer showed a much more familiar combat than what was experienced in RE7. There were an assortment of weapons showed, and some punching, that Chris is known to do, whether it be in the form of smacking bio weapons or gigantic boulders.
Though not much was shown, the atmosphere of the game is a little bit reminiscent of past titles, and gives off an “actiony” vibe, however, the expansion will still be played in first person mode. Not a Hero will be released on Dec 12th and will arrive alongside another add on, End of Zoe. Capcom is also set to introduce a Gold Edition of the game, which will contain the base game, the two new DLC’s and all add-ons released in the past.
The teaser trailer for the story of Dragon Ball FighterZ has arrived, and it features everyone we've seen so far plus the first in-game footage of new character Android 21. We also see what looks to be dark versions of the DBZ fighters, which is always par for the course when it comes to these video game storylines in the DBZ universe.
Check out the trailer below, and continue to wish 2018 would get here sooner so we can all play this game!
If you saw footage from the live-action Tokyo Ghoul movie a couple months ago and felt compelled to see it, you'll soon get your chance. From October 16th to October 22nd the film will be getting a limited run in select theaters with English subtitles. In celebration of that, the first teaser trailer for the film with English subtitles has been released on the web. Check it out below and let us know if you'll be picking up a ticket to watch.
Slowly but surely, more actors are revealing they're on the hook for Avengers 4 (the sequel to Avengers: Infinity War) and those that have been keeping track can mark Sebastian Stan down on the list. A recent interview (via CBM) has revealed Stan will be in the new film, with the actor saying the following about his appearance:
"I still haven’t read a script for this next one. For this fourth one. All I know is I’m going down there in October, and that’s all I know. I still actually haven’t read a script for the last one. [laughs] All I knew was what I was involved in, and I was kept on a very ‘need to know’ basis. Maybe that’s the norm. But it’s a family system. There’s a trust, and there’s a sense of knowledge between the writers and the directors, with Kevin [Feige]… that shows up."
Many have speculated that Stan will be taking up the mantle of Captain America after Steve Rodgers dies in the first film, but that's based mainly on speculation from the comics and has nothing to do with what is known in regards to the film. Personally, I don't see it happening as I don't think Stan is as strong of an actor as Chris Evans in the role. What are your thoughts?
Fans of the 8-Bit Mario will get a chance to rekindle their love in Super Mario Odyssey! Footage of 8-Bit Mario has been shown in the past, but this latest gameplay video will give you a sense of just how trippy some of those moments can be. Check out the video below and get ready to fight for a Switch because this game is launching October 27th.
I'll be the first to admit I was very skeptical on whether or not Star Trek: Discovery would be worth the price of admission to those who will have to subscribe to CBS All Access to watch it, but these past few weeks I've been leaning more towards "yes." Today, I'm upgrading that to a "hell yes," after witnessing some of the awesome visuals that this show will bring in this new behind the scenes look at the series.
We see Klingon ships, space battles, and even a Tribble! It all looks stunning, and really has me hoping that this serialized series lives up to the hype! Share your thoughts below and get ready for Star Trek: Discovery this Sunday!
I don't know about anyone else, but the only scene in IT that truly scared me was that crazy projector scene! Even seeing it now in Lego form has me a bit shaken up, although I'll probably get over it much quicker than when I saw it in the film. Check out the work of Huxley Berg Studios below and let us know how you think they did!
As we reported a couple days ago, Epic Games was accidentally allowing PS4 and Xbox One owners to play online together in their game Fortnite and didn't even realize what they had done until it was pointed out. Once it was discovered, Epic Games quickly moved to fix the problem, and now Microsoft's Phil Spencer has spoken out to say he wishes the company would've just let it be:
For those who have been following the crossplay discussions for the past year, this should come as no surprise. Spencer has been pushing for Sony and Microsoft to unify their online servers for 3rd party games for quite a while, and has even allowed some Microsoft games to crossplay with the Nintendo Switch. Of course, his motive in doing so is to help the Xbox One better compete against the PS4 in terms of sales, but when you're a gamer do you really care about the motive so long as it helps you?
In either case, with Sony opposed to any form of crossplay, it doesn't appear likely the company will take too kindly to Fortnite flipping the switch back on. Do you think we'll ever see a game that's truly cross-platform?
Ubisoft's new online shooter Atomega launches today, and if you're just now learning about it or still are confused as to what exactly this game is, the devs behind the game are here to provide a better explanation as well as some tips on how to play. Check out the video and continue on below for pricing details and more:
If you're a fan of the games made by Telltale or just a movie lover in general, it looks like you'll enjoy Planet Of The Apes: Last Frontier. The game, which is described as a cinematic experience, allows players to have a say in the decisions in an adventure that unfolds in the new Planet of the Apes universe.
I won't lie, it doesn't look particularly entertaining to me, but obviously there's a market for this out somewhere. The game is scheduled to be out sometime in 2017.