Resident Evil 7 will release its first DLC ‘Banned Footage Vol. 1' next week on the Playstation 4 on January 31st. The DLC will contain a room escape mode, horde-like survival mode, and a new difficulty: “Ethan Must Die.”
Bandai Namco’s Tales action role-playing series is normally pretty formulaic—a plucky group of colorful heroes joins together to save the world from some dire threat. Tales of Berseria’s protagonist just really wants to murder a guy, and her companions are happy to help.
Hitman’s next Elusive Target, The Blackmailer, will be in Paris for 10 days starting January 27. I like the Goth look going on here.
While the Dream Drop Distance HD remake is nice, and the extended cutscene for Kingdom Hearts χ is something you can watch, the real reason to pick up Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue is the three hours we get to spend playing a big teaser for Kingdom Hearts III.
Track: What Difference Does It Make? | Artist: The Smiths | Album: The Smiths
While the RE6 logo looked like a pink giraffe getting a blow job, the Resident Evil 7 logo looks like a confused bear.
The result is, well, awesome.
Finally! Pokémon Go has launched in South Korea, six months after its debut. The delay was because the game uses Google Maps, but South Korea has limited mapping functions like that due to North Korean security concerns.
After months of build up, the release day for Dead or Alive Xtreme 3's PlayStation VR content has finally come.
The Xbox One is getting an update soon, and one of the more interesting changes is the addition of a “copilot” mode, which will let two controllers be assigned to one player. This is great news for disabled and young gamers especially, who can use the feature to assign controls or have someone help them out.
Marco Plouffe is a veteran games artist who has done work for companies like Bioware, Capcom, Eidos and Blur.
Track: Grim Business | Artist: Iron Reagan | Album: Crossover Ministry
We’ve got a long week ahead of us. So here’s Reinhardt from Overwatch joyriding down Mario Kart’s Rainbow Road. Thanks for lifting our spirits, Noilleber. (P.S. stick around for the video’s ending.)
Everybody has questions. What’s our purpose? Will we ever achieve true peace? Why is it fucking impossible to plug in a USB cable correctly on the first try? Me, though, I have just one: why, in Doom (2016), were there so dang many artfully arranged candles in hell?
Today on Highlight Reel we have titans without mercy, Widowmaker karma, excited Skyrim NPCs and much more!
There’s always been a bit of a stigma attached to hentai, a highly sexualised form of Japanese anime and manga. Ditto for any associated cosplay, which can often be explicitly pornographic. Despite this, a German couple is finding some surprising mainstream (for the cosplay world, at least) success combining the two.
It’s been said that video games are all smoke-and-mirrors—elaborate feats of code and trickery that imply possibilities far greater than what you’re actually able to do. Sometimes, though, the truth is much stranger. Sometimes the truth is radios powered by invisible cats.