Very few games can capture my attention like A Plague Tale: Innocence has. From its bleak and grounded portrayal of a ravished France at the height of the plague and Inquisition, to its unforgiving enemy presence in the form of a sea of rats and its instantly likable characters, A Plague Tale: Innocence was a for sure candidate for one of our Best of E3 2018 awards. While the demo itself was hands-off, the game was so captivating it left me wanting more. The way the sunlight cut through the foggy sky and grazed the environment ever so kindly and brash all at the same time is a feeling I can’t quite express with words. The lack of saturation and muted tones are more than appropriate when it comes to the storyline of A Plague Tale: Innocence. Because after all this is a dark time in history, with a dark plot and characters you can’t help but root for. Nick had a chance to sit down with the dev from Focus Home and talk about the game! The … [Read more...] about E3 2018 Interview – A Plague Tale Isn’t As Innocent As It Seems
When I saw the reveal for the much anticipated Resident Evil 2 Remake at this year’s Sony E3 press conference, I almost fell out of my seat. As a ’90s kid I can remember the sleepless nights me and my friends spent trying to navigate then rookie cop Leon S. Kennedy through the horrors of an infected Raccoon City all before our Blockbuster rental time was up. Resident Evil 2 is a close second to Final Fantasy 7 as my favorite game of all time, but in recent years its been a bit difficult to go back to. The tank controls, B-movie voice acting, and almost recognizable character models have made the once ground breaking experience a very dated relic of the past. Until now. Capcom has always had a more over the top presentation at E3 and other conventions. If you were lucky enough to demo Resident Evil 7 like I did two years ago, you’ll definitely remember having to navigate a recreated Baker house that reeked of dried … [Read more...] about Resident Evil 2 Remake Is Everything I Wanted And More
Microsoft has a set of games that have been enhanced for Native 4K on Xbox One X and among them is the widely popular Red Dead Redemption and the Red Dead Redemption Update is now available for download. Xbox team has announced that Microsoft has a set of games which have been enhanced for Native 4K on Xbox One. The games include; Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, Red Dead Redemption, Darksiders, Gears of War 2, Portal 2, and Sonic Generations. We’ve also Enhanced some new Xbox 360 games for #XboxOneX. Which one will you play first? #InsideXbox pic.twitter.com/OjibZrzqhe — Xbox (@Xbox) April 10, 2018 The Red Dead Redemption Update size is around 582.73 MB and shall be granting Native 4K graphics. Which means that it will have 9x pixel count, which the original Xbox 360 version had. Along with that this update also brings new and improved textures as well. So this here is a good news for Xbox users, you can head on down there and download this Red Dead Redemption Update and … [Read more...] about Red Dead Redemption Update Now Available, Enhanced For Native 4K On Xbox One X
@ermacness said: @kuu2: And how well did the "all powerful" x1x help to close the gaping lead that the ps4 have over the x1 in sales this gen? I mean, did the x1 outsell the ps4 this past holiday season at least? Man you cows are clueless MS stated way before the X release it was for the premium customer and that the S would be its best seller. Also as if a $500 console is going to outsell a $199 console lol. … [Read more...] about Analyst: PS4Pro Is A Marketing Gimmick. XboxOneX A Real Upgrade.