Resident Evil 5 Xbox One Release Date Listed

Resident Evil 5 Xbox One Release Date Listed

A listing on the Xbox Store has outed the Resident Evil 5 Xbox One release date as June 28. The $20 / £16 Xbox One version of Resident Evil 5 will be available in 1080p with an increased frame rate. The game will also include all previously released DLC: Lost in Nightmares, Desperate Escape, Versus Mode, The Mercenaries United mode, and the previously PC-exclusive No Mercy Mode. Capcom has not revealed this date officially yet, so we will update you if it changes, or if this is also revealed to be the PlayStation 4 date. The Xbox One and PS4 version of Resident Evil 6 launched earlier this year, and the Resident Evil 4 port is also due out in a few months time. There are also plans for a Resident Evil 2 remake. Continue reading…
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Gran Turismo Sport Won't Have Dynamic Weather

Gran Turismo Sport Won't Have Dynamic Weather

The next entry in the Gran Turismo franchise won’t have dynamic time-lapsing or weather. In an interview with GTPlanet, CEO of Polyphony Kazunori Yamauchi confirmed this news over the weekend. Yamauchi said: “We opted to not have the transitions in the race this time in order to raise the framerate and the quality of the image *during* the race. So the user will be able to set that before they enter the race. So you’ll still be able to have night races, morning, races at dawn, dusk, and so on.” This news will disappoint fans who enjoy the ever-changing nature of Gran Turismo races, but the switch to more constant conditions will apparently improve the technical quality of the game. There will be 19 tracks (including dirt tracks) with 27 possible layouts, and you’ll be able to have up to 20 cars on the grid. Continue reading…
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Dan Aykroyd: New Ghostbusters Has 'More Laughs and More Scares' Than Originals

Dan Aykroyd: New Ghostbusters Has 'More Laughs and More Scares' Than Originals

Original Ghostbuster Dan Aykroyd has said that the new Ghostbusters film “has more laughs and more scares than the first 2 films”. Writing on his Facebook page, the writer/star of the original two films praised “brilliant, genuine performances from the cast both female and male” after watching a test screening. He even addressed the hilarious elephant in the room, saying that this was despite Bill Murray appearing in the originals. The new Ghostbusters, which features an all-female lead cast, has attracted criticism from some of the darker corners of the Internet. If Aykroyd is to be believed, we have a treat in store: “As one of millions of man-fans and Ray Stantz, I’m paying to see Continue reading…
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Nanoha Yougashiten no Ii Shigoto – Chapter 7 Online | Manga Jet

Nanoha Yougashiten no Ii Shigoto – Chapter 7 Online | Manga Jet

Read manga Nanoha Yougashiten no Ii Shigoto chapter 7, なのは洋菓子店のいい仕事; Le travail de qualité de la pâtisserie Nanoha; Le travail de qualite de la patisserie Nanoha, Chap 7
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Watch Us Play Hitman Episode 3 Live

Watch Us Play Hitman Episode 3 Live

The third episode of Hitman releases today, and we’ll soon be rowing our boats not-so-gently down the livestream to bring you all the action. IGN’s Rory “Shredder” Powers and Gav “Murderous” Murphy will slip back into Agent 47’s shoes to play through the third episode, which takes place in the same kind of dusty, exotic metropolis that perfume adverts are filmed in. Only, Dior usually omits the sound of pistol gun fire. But that’s what we’re in Marrakech for, after all, so strap yourself in and ready your garrottes. Bookmark this page and check back at 12PM BST / 4AM PST / 9PM AEST, on Wednesday June 1 to see the game in action. Continue reading…
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Fans Protest as Chinese Translations Rename Pokémon Characters

Fans Protest as Chinese Translations Rename Pokémon Characters

In an effort to translate Pokémon games into traditional and simplified Chinese, Nintendo has essentially renamed Pokémon characters, including Pikachu. The Pokémon Company recently announced Pokémon Sun and Moon for Nintendo 3DS. These are first Pokémon games to be translated into Mandarin, but in doing so, the efforts overlook Hong Kong’s primary language, Cantonese. According to QZ.com, in Greater China Pokémon will be officially called 精靈寶可夢 — or “Jingling Baokemeng” in Mandarin (Jingling means “spirit” or “elf,” and Baokemeng is a transliteration of Pokémon). Continue reading…
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