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Resident Evil 4 OST Vinyl – Price, Cover, Release Date

Resident Evil 4 vinyl

The beloved Resident Evil 4 launched 15 years ago, and changed survival horror – and the Resident Evil series itself – forever. A completely revamped control scheme nixing tank controls for an over-the-shoulder approach mixed with a greater emphasis on action proved to be a risk that paid off in spades for Capcom. Now that game’s soundtrack is coming to ...

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UDON’s Art Of Capcom 1, 2, 3 – Price, Covers, Release Dates

UDON's Art of Capcom feature

Capcom has been a major part of the gaming scene for several decades now, releasing countless beloved games to this very day. While they’ve certainly come a long way, those feeling nostalgic for how it all started will be able to just that with an upcoming art book series. Amazon has recently posted product pages for UDON’s Art of Capcom ...

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Mega Man Legacy Collection Review – Back to Basics

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Mega Man Legacy Collection brings the first six Mega Man games to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Nintendo 3DS (to be released later this year). Digital Eclipse has done an exceptional job with porting these classic NES games to current-gen consoles. Not a pixel is out of place, and the original audio has been recreated with painstaking accuracy. The developer obviously ...

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Marvel vs Capcom 4 could be announced soon

Marvel vs Capcom

2016 is a very important year for the Marvel vs Capcom franchise, as it represents its 20th year anniversary. Ever since the release of X-men vs Street Fighter back in 1996 for the Sony PlayStation and the Sega Saturn, this franchise saw constant sequels until Capcom lost the Marvel license right after launching Marvel vs Capcom 2 in the year ...

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Dead Rising 4: Too many changes?

Dead Rising Xbox One

The Dead Rising franchise has always been well known for having some…unusual mechanics. Making an open world zombie survival horror beat ’em up is already a strange concept, but when you mix it up with a weapon system that allows anything to be used, and a 72-hour schedule with certain events that repeat with every subsequent playthrough, you get a ...

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