Street Fighter V made a welcomed appearance at the recent Tokyo Game Show, with new footage being released showing off more characters and even upcoming DLC costumes. A couple of new trailers were released that you can check out below that show off all of the above, though they’re obviously in Japanese. The top one is the for the 16 launch characters and the bottom one focuses on the DLC costumes.
Street Fighter V will launch worldwide for the PlayStation 4 and PC on February 16th, 2016.
Fans were thrilled when it was revealed earlier this year that Resident Evil 2 would be getting remade, though there was some lingering confusion for some people. Seeing as we are currently in the HD remaster craze of every past game getting brought to a current-generation system with shinier graphics, some were thinking that would be the same case with Resident Evil 2 due to how it was worded in a recent Capcom investors report..
However, even though Remake and Remaster are two very different things, Capcom has gone on record saying that the Resident Evil 2 Remake will be built from the ground up. Stuart Turner took to twitter to clarify the situation by posting the following:
The Resident Evil 2 Remake does not have a release window, but it is expected to be released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Red alert, everyone! It has been revealed that Capcom has trademarked the classic hack ‘n’ slash action series Onimusha in Japan recently for re-use. The series has been dormant for nearly a decade, but considering Capcom has recently made public their intentions to remaster and bring back some of their older games this is a very good sign for things to come.
The original Onimusha game launched in the year 2000 and the last game in the series launched in 2006, and each was a very solid time. In my opinion, the high point was the third one, which still remains one of my favorite action games to this date.
We’re unsure what exactly this trademark means at this point, but remasters for the original 4 games seems probable. Hopefully, if that does happen and the games sell well it will result in a long-awaited sequel to this beloved series. Bring back Samonosuke if you do, though, Capcom.
Not many people are crazy about Resident Evil 6, but that doesn’t mean that the potential for it to make some money by re-releasing it for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One isn’t there.
As Resident Evil 7 is still nowhere to be seen or heard from Capcom continues to re-release and even remake previous games in the series, and the Korean Game Rating Board has let slip that Resident Evil 6 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One is very much real and very much coming soon.
This rating board is also a reliable source, as they also revealed the HD version of Resident Evil: Revelations a while back.
Resident Evil Origins Collection will launch early next year, and Capcom is trying to give everyone an incentive to pre-order by throwing in some extra content.
So, what is this extra content that those who pre-order will get? A prison outfit for Billy and a nurse gown for Rebecca. Yup… this is just gonna make me drop everything and pre-order the damn thing right now.
Below you can check out some screenshots that show off what these costumes look like in action, but they’re extremely lame and I don’t see myself ever wanting to use them.
Resident Evil Origins Collection will launch on January 19th, 2016.
It took them long enough, but we now have a concrete release date for Street Fighter V. It was revealed during Sony’s Paris Games Week conference that the game will launch on February 16th, 2016.
On top of that, fan favorite fighter Dhalsim was shown off in a new character trailer, which you can check out below.
The coolest news regarding the game is that an additional six characters will be added to the game within the first year of release. These characters will be purchased via an in-game currency that you get through regular gameplay, meaning that no real-life money will be needed. Hooray for stuff that doesn’t cost real money!
Street Fighter V launches on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on February 16th, 2016.
Resident Evil Zero is following in the footsteps of the Resident Evil remake as it is getting an HD remaster early next year, and now we know exactly when it will be coming out.
The retail version of Resident Evil Zero HD Remaster will come packed with the Resident Evil Origins Collection, which also includes this year’s Resident Evil HD Remaster. This collection along with the digital version of Zero HD will launch on January 19th, 2016.
Also, for those who pre-order the collection you will have access to a nurse costume for Rebecca Chambers and the Final Fight Cody costume for Billy.