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Gareth Thompson writes- After a seemingly endless amount of lackluster releases in the Resident Evil franchise, Capcom have turned a corner in this highly enjoyable episodic horror-fest. Whilst not quite reaching the heights set by the most popular games in the series, a large amount of effort has been made to give fans of the series what they want from a Resident Evil game, whilst also crafting an almost self contained story that will not alienate any newcomers to the franchise.
Denis Murphy writes- I remember the release of the original Mortal Kombat back in 1992. Though I didn’t actually play it until Midway released it on the Sega MegaDrive the following year, I remember the controversy and outrage. My parents didn’t really see what all the fuss was about, but they still refused to buy it for us. I can’t blame them, as back then you’d maybe pick up a brand new game in Ireland for around 70-ish Irish pounds.
"Mighty No. 9 is set for release in North America on September 15th and on September 18th in Europe and the rest of the world for home consoles and PC. The game will be $19.99 as a digital download and $29.99 as a retail release. The reason the game is getting a retail release is because Deep Silver has stepped in as a publisher, causing a bit of grumbling from some of the Kickstarter backers."
"It never ends. As often as Rockstar goes out of their way to patch and fix the glitches, cheats and exploits that gamers find, someone will spend all day (or maybe two) to find out some way to beat the system. In this case, a new duplication glitch was found that works between patch 1.24 and 1.26 for the Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3 and the PS4. Luckily, PC gamers don’t have to deal with such cheap tricks and can just use the native trainer for their cheating and duplication needs."
A videocast as part of the weekly MGLMix on MyGamesLounge.com looking at the big news that broke on the massive releases heading our way this year. First we talk our reaction to The Witcher Wild Hunt going gold, then Star Wars Battlefront reveal followed by Star Ocean 5, Project CARS and Assassins Creed Chronicles.
"The new generation of Mortal Kombat is here and when this was originally announced I was very excited, I love the Mortal Kombat series and its arguably the best Beat em Up franchise of all time. With a lot of new characters and features coming to the series for the first time Mortal Kombat X sounds incredible on paper, but is the final game any good?"
This exquisite and truly emotional game follows an Alaskan Native, Nuna who in an attempt to put an end to an eternal blizzard, encounters and forms and unlikely friendship with an Arctic Fox. Upper One Games story of the pair is based around an Alaskan folklore tale and is incredibly orientated around the Inupiat culture.
RIDE officially launches today. According to Milestone, the two-wheeled racer is available now for Playstation 4, Playstation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC platforms.
RIDE features over 100 bikes from 14 licensed manufacturers including household names like Ducati, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Yamaha, and Triumph.
Here is an interesting comparison video between the Playstation 4 and Xbox One versions of Ubisoft’s open-world racer The Crew.
What is interesting here is that the footage is so similar that only the really eagle-eyed will spot the subtle differences of which there are many if you have enough of a trained eye to spot them.
Milestone have shared with the gaming community another of their bike category introduction videos.
Here is the intro video to the Historic Superbike category. The narrator speaks about this is where it all started, and that these are the bikes that have made history.