The Disney Afternoon Collection PS4 release was on Tuesday, we’ve got our hands on it and given it a right bloody seeing to. Well, we played it for abut 35 minutes and recorded some footage.
A nice slice of yesteryear comes this week as both Full Throttle Remastered and The Disney Afternoon Collection release giving us some classic gaming nostalgia.
Woo-oo! Capcom’s Disney Afternoon Collection is bringing six NES-era Disney games to PC, PS4 and Xbox One in one package.
Resident Evil: Revelations released originally for 3DS in 2012 is now making it’s way to PS4 and Xbox One, the game has now been released on 7 platforms over 4/5 years.
Asset recycling is not a Capcom specific thing, neither is it a new thing. It is basically where a game developer gets a lot of mileage out of their assets. Things like character models, environments, animations and music. See which ones I personally “enjoy” in our Top 5 Capcom Asset Recycles.
The second set of DLC is out now (it actually came out yesterday) and after a very strong offering from the first pack, players were excited to see what Capcom could bring to the table this time around. Read on to find out in our Spoiler Safe Banned Footage Vol. 2 review.
Capcom have been very tight lipped about the Resident Evil 7 DLC with only a few short descriptions and one screenshot/promo art per item. We actually know what it is all about, read on if you dare. (Also spoilers for DLC obviously)
Bionic Commando went through a bit of a revival in late 2000’s, getting 3 new games in the series in almost as many years. They got swept under the radar by the second entry, let’s take a look at why.
Critics and players are saying this title is a return to form for the series. Find out what it is like to creep around spooky mansions in 2017 in our Resident Evil 7 review. Buckle up, son!
Don’t worry, no spoilers here, honest.