Capcom shows us how good Resident Evil remastered looks
Earlier this month Capcom announced that it had decided to remaster the original Resident Evil game first released in 1996. This update on a classic will be re-released on modern hardware, including the Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4, and PC.
Some may view it as a grab for cash, but the original game is now 18 years old, meaning there’s a lot of gamers out there who’ve never experienced Capcom’s survival horror. Now they can, and with a number of much needed enhancements.
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Ubisoft confirms Assassin’s Creed Unity delay
The year’s only big name next gen-only game has had its release date put back, but it’ll still be out this year, and on the same day as Rogue.
Considering how many other games have been pushed back into next year getting a press release about a delay for Assassin’s Creed Unity was a very worrying moment. But it’s only a short two week difference, and Unity will now be out on November 13 instead of October 28.
The 13th is a Thursday, which is the normal release date for games on the Continent (the game’s out on Tuesday the 11th in the US). We’ve checked with Ubisoft UK and the 13th is also definitely when it’s coming out here.
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Five ways Destiny flat out rips off Halo
Unless your home is an impressive network of underground caves without access to the web (which would make reading this article difficult), you’ve probably heard of Bungie’s next game. After playing the beta, I can safely say that Destiny has all the makings of a truly great title worthy of the praise it has received so far. That having been said, you don’t have to look very deep in order to see Bungie’s previous work in this new adventure.
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Despite a number of recent updates, this will be the first time that Sony has added new functionality to the console since its firmware revision back in April. That was the update that brought ShareFactory to the console, among other bits and pieces.
The news comes just days after Microsoft announced 3D Blu-Ray support for Xbox One. Slated to arrive in the console’s August update, those in the current dashboard preview programme already have access to the feature.
Microsoft has been updating its console with new features every month after early adopters complained at the console’s somewhat vanilla launch offering. Xbox boss Phil Spencer has said that regular updates will continue and that the company has a roadmap of features planned for release each month until at least October.