We’re just a few short hours away from the first DLC release, and according to Capcom Unity, we have three new modes to check out in Banned Footage #1.
- Bedroom: Figure out how to escape from a locked room – but don’t let Marguerite Baker know you’ve been out of bed.
- Nightmare: Fend off waves of enemies and survive until morning.
- Extra Mode – Ethan Must Die: A tough-as-nails mode separate from the tapes and story of the main game. (Does not support PSVR)
Coming to PS4 on February 14 (from Capcom, with love), there is another release, Banned Footage #2, also with two more VHS scenarios.
- 21: Gamble life and limb in a deadly game run by Lucas Baker.
- Daughters: See what the Baker family was like before the tragic events of Resident Evil 7 Biohazard.
- Extra Mode – Jack’s 55th Birthday: Race against the clock and feed Jack tons of food in this comical extra game mode separate from the tapes and story of the main game. (Does not support PSVR)
Both releases will be a Playstation 4 exclusive until February 21st, when it will then be available on other platforms.
*As soon as the DLC is released, there will be an update with more detail on the first set of modes.
The internet is a great thing. Glorious, really. It’s an information super highway that allows us to connect with anyone – and in some cases, anything. For the sake of this article and not getting too distracted with running on tangents – we’ll just focus on gaming. Naturally.
While shitty attitudes towards games have always existed – and some for good reason – there’s another sect of gamers that I’ve noticed that have become prominent. And annoying. They seem to go hand-in-hand with another type of gamer.
So today, I join among their ranks as I complain about the complainers that also need to remind us how much they hate it every time we mention a specific game. So do yourself a favor and read on, as it’s time for my shitty opinion.
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First off – I would like to preface this with the fact that I initially had a VERY negative opinion of the game prior to its release. I was one of those obnoxious purists that had automatically believed that the game was going to be shitty. The story actually had to be spoiled for me to decide I would give it a shot. No spoilers here, though – promise.
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So where to begin? I’ve been hype for this game since debut trailer at E3 2015 and my friend gave me a closed beta code which was a mission and a half in of itself to find for uplay because as we all know, uplay is God awful for anyone trying to use it. Anyway, downloaded the beta, took an hour and change on a wired 60 mbps Internet connection. A little over 25gb.
So the beta opens with the same e3 story trailer showing off the new villain which is apparently female Ares with a forgettable name and some good old forgettable plot monologue. That doesn’t matter to me, I want to play.
And then a tutorial, mandatory one at that. You can’t change the button configuration, nor put subtitles on, nor skip the opening cutscene on each battle which gets wicked annoying the more you get kicked during them. Adversely, my friend which you can follow on his YouTube channel GameBoiz, Broski had a great time, reported few kicks compared to me. I had to go to a wireless connection to even get games in.
Aside from the negatives, there’s potential there. I just can’t recommend buying it day one when the beta has this many problems on balancing and server issues. The game is fun but people running away from a losing battle to ambush you with 3 other opponents is not fun and gets annoying really quick.
I’m no longer buying it day one.
Resident Evil 7 will be released in most of the world today, and the rest of the world tomorrow. I will have the opportunity of getting my hands on it much later today.
At some point, I will be doing a ‘Ridiculous Review’ on it, but following my first few hours of game play will be a first impressions, and I’ll try to keep it as spoiler-free as possible.
I may or may not upload some gameplay or stream via Twitch. We’ll have to wait and see.
Final Fantasy XV is quite an epic game, but with every game comes faults, plot holes, or just plain weirdness.
This isn’t a typical review, but rather a ridiculous summary of the game, so take note; spoilers ahead. Lots of spoilers. Really. Continue reading “Final Fantasy XV: A Ridiculous Summary”
January 24, 2017 sees the release of the Chocobo Carnival DLC.
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