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    Resident Evil 2 Remake - no spoilers pls

    Did you try the training mode first? You can still unlock the extra bonus mode by doing all three on training.
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    Resident Evil 2 Remake - no spoilers pls

    The Music on all of the Ghost Survivor missions is brilliant. The start of Kendo's run is proper heroic. It's gonna be fun nailing these runs, the difference between training and the actual mission are ludicrous !
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    Resident Evil 2 Remake - no spoilers pls

    Careful what you wish for... Hardcore halves the upgradeable inventory, there's no autosave and every enemy is a right bastard who does obscene amounts of damage. X has a much quicker walking speed so unless you're at full health it's much more difficult to lose him. And one hit takes you straight to red danger urk Still fun as heck though, despite getting hammered on Leon B at one point over and over and over again
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    Dead or Alive 6 - Early 2019

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    Resident Evil 2 Remake - no spoilers pls

    Ghost Survivors should be out today
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    The Sega Dreamcast appreciation thread

    The Kickstarter pitch says: We added NEW additional shoulder buttons (perfect for fighting games) and triggers, so you can adapt controls according to the game you are playing. Six face buttons are essential for Capcom fighters and there's tons of them on DC
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    The Sega Dreamcast appreciation thread

    A fightpad with four face buttons? Pointless.
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    Resident Evil 2 Remake - no spoilers pls

    http://www.gbeye.com/products/posters/resident-evil-2-city-key-art-maxi It's not been released yet but is coming soon
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    Activision announces record results. Fires 800 people

    Just think, if Activision had paid West and Zampella their dues following MW2, then the talented bunch behind Apex Legends would still have been under the Activision umbrella. It took them a while, but there's some kind of delicious revenge in that.
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    Activision announces record results. Fires 800 people

    So what's going to happen this time next year, when COD fails to grow yet again as Apex/Fortnite eat into that playerbase? What is going to replace Destiny's income? If I were working at Activision I would be looking to move on ASAP regardless.
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    Activision announces record results. Fires 800 people

    both teams must still have contacts in place. It's kinda weird that both Activision and Sega published Tenchu titles back in the day, yet both missed out on publishing Souls in the euro market.
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    Activision announces record results. Fires 800 people

    They don't even have Destiny anymore. Modern Warfare 2 Remastered is the only Activision product I would buy. What they call COD nowadays is more like action figures shooting nerf guns and I have no interest in it whatsoever.
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    Bad games transformed by patches and remasters

    I think publishers are finally cottoning on to the fact that people are getting sick of buying bug-ridden games at launch, that by the time they are a decent state, are available for half price or less and the original purchaser feels burned. A casual gaming friend of mine bought the deluxe version of BF5 for a whopping £70 as he loved BF1 so much and thought he'd get his monies worth but he says it's a fucking mess and he had hit the top rank within the first few weeks which took him years on BF1 (I've not played either game, so can't comment). He said he would never preorder another game again due to this. On the flip side, hasn't it been an absolute pleasure to play Resident Evil 2 and Apex Legends in the last two weeks and neither of them need a critical update , they just fucking WORK and are solid productions? I think Street Fighter V was a turning point for Capcom, since then almost all of their launches have been solid.
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    Bad games transformed by patches and remasters

    Doom 2016 is a game simultaneously fixed and ruined by patches. The on disc game has awful screen tearing yet to fix it you need to download nearly 100gb in patches, mainly consisting of multiplayer guff no one gives two shits about. It's the best game i've got I can't play. Shenmue I&II had a lot of bugs on release, I was lucky and only encountered the cutscene glitch on my Shen 1 playthrough, I waited for 2 to be patched before starting and it was a near perfect experience. IIRC the music in II was pretty busted on launch, a terrible shame as the music is a huge part of the Shenmue experience. All good now though. The Evil Within was a horrorshow for all the wrong reasons at launch, that absolutely terrible frame rate combined with borders that would make Daytona on the Saturn feel bad. Subsequent patches improved the framerate and more importantly allowed the player to disable the hilariously oversized black bars, so you no longer trod in bear traps every two minutes that were previously rendered invisible. Just Cause 3 seemed to get worse with every patch and I dropped the game not long after launch. From what I hear it's still practically unplayable unless using boost mode on a Pro.
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    Apex Legends - Battle Royale by Respawn Entertainment

    Bit of a mad un here, from one of me and @Phil's games over the weekend. Still not sure what that wraith was doing behind me - took me a moment to realise it wasn't a teammate!
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