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8. 1. 2020 – GamingHub
Resident Evil 3 Remake 90 Percent Done and Shouldn’t Be Delayed, Capcom Says
Other / 8. 1. 2020

Development on the Resident Evil 3 remake is very close to the finish line. So close that Capcom says a delay won’t happen. In an interview with Famitsu, Capcom’s Resident Evil 3 producers Peter Fabiano and Masao Kawada claimed that work on the second remake “is about 90%” completed. They’re so confident in the work accomplished so far that they told the publication “there will be no delay,” according to the interview translation. While it’s true that the release date for the Resident Evil 3 remake is only a few months away, video game development can be unpredictable. But it’s nice to see the two producers on the project so confident about the game’s current development. Continue reading…

The Games We Would Love To See Announced In 2020
Other / 8. 1. 2020

It’s the start of a new year and a new decade, and 2020 already feels full of endless possibilities. New consoles from Microsoft and Sony will be hitting this holiday season, and with that comes even more potential for blockbuster game announcements throughout the year. As we kick off the new year, we want to look ahead to the video games we would most like to see announced over the next 12 months. These are our dream scenarios; we know they aren’t all plausible.  But in some perfect version of 2020, maybe they are. Read about each editor’s most-wanted game announcement, then tell us about your dream reveal in the comments below! Star Wars: X-Wing Criterion Games already created the blueprint for an X-Wing revival in Star Wars Battlefront II’s space-combat-focused multiplayer. How that could work as a single-player experience was also prototyped by Criterion in the short (and awesome) Star Wars Battlefront – Rogue One X-Wing VR Mission. Turn that into a full game bearing the X-Wing name. Players can still fly other vehicles, but have the story focus on an X-Wing squadron or pilot. Luke, Wedge, or Poe could lead the charge. Not every Star Wars game has to have a lightsaber in it. LucasArts proved that numerous…

How the 2010s Changed the Gaming Industry, For Better and Worse
Other / 8. 1. 2020

A lot can change in ten years. As we enter a new decade and count down to the Xbox Series X and PS5’s debut, let’s look back at the tech of the 2010s that changed the gaming industry — for better or worse. Virtual Reality A decade ago, the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Nintendo Wii were entering their twilight years, PC gaming was allegedly in decline, and anyone that said VR was probably talking about the Virtual Boy or Johnny Mnemonic. But in 2012 Oculus revealed the Rift, a virtual reality device that aimed to truly achieve presence – the feeling when you put on a headset of being present in a virtual world. The Rift’s success would go on to define much of the decade when it comes to tech innovation. VR was heralded as the next frontier in gaming, and Valve and Sony quickly followed suit with VR headsets of their own. Still, slow user adoption has kept most developers from dedicating major resources toward making VR games. And without games, people don’t have a reason to buy the headsets. Chicken, egg. But however you look at it, VR is here to stay, and with the announcement…

Get Eximius Free With IGN Prime
Other / 8. 1. 2020

IGN Prime has partnered with Ammobox Studios to bring you EXIMIUS. IGN Prime members, grab your steam to a Strategic Action Shooter (FPS/RTS Hybrid) that focuses on squad-based combat. EXIMIUS is a FPS/RTS hybrid that focuses on squad-based combat. The game features an intense 5v5 multiplayer experience with each team comprising of 4 Officers and one Commander. The RTS Commander has the ability to build bases, train infantry squads and assigning them to the Officers from a top-down overview. Manage captured resources and assign troops to support your allied Squad Officers as they surge forward to victory. Command vehicles, air support and dropship powerful abilities to change the dynamics of the battlefield. Continue reading…

Yakuza: Like a Dragon features underground dungeons
Other / 8. 1. 2020

Yakuza: Like a Dragon is sounding more interesting by the week. Sega has released more information on Yakuza: Like a Dragon and it pertains to the underground “dungeons” you will travel to. According to the information, as the story progresses, Kasuga and others will use the underpass to move to the headquarters of a hostile organization. This area is described as a dangerous “dungeon” where “invisible enemies and hostile humans nest.” Once the hostile organization is cleared, you will be able to use these dungeons as a place to level up and collect weapons, armor, and materials which can be found in attache cases. The contents randomly change, so it’s suggested you check back often for more items. Attache cases have one item, and the most common are health recovery items. Occasionally, you will be able to acquire rare EXP boost items. While delving through the dungeon, you will also come across materials required to create new weapons and armor. Alongside attache cases, you will find safes which like the cases contain various items and equipment. These will require keys in order to be opened, and contain more and rarer items such as equipment not available in the shops. Gold…