It's yet another deal from The Game Collection this morning, this time for the latest instalment in the Resident Evil series. This deal means you can save around a fiver over the next best offer elsewhere.
It may not have been a traditional Resident Evil experience, but does provide a fine opportunity for some co-op fun. At this price, it could be worth giving it a look to see for yourself. Thanks to BigJeffandCo @ HUKD!
Dead Rising 3 Pre-Order | WOWHD | £39.59 (save £5)
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Dead Rising 3 Pre-Order | Gameseek | £37.75 (save £5)
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Devil May Cry IV | Green Man Gaming | £1.00 (save plenty)
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Deal lasts until 17:00 GMT. You'll get a Steam code. Thanks to ALW4RD1 @ HUKD!
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To celebrate their 30th anniversary, Capcom has unleashed a monster sale on Steam. Their entire library, from Dead Rising and Devil May Cry to Street Fighter and Fairy Bloom Freesia, has been reduced by 50-75%, making for some big fat savings.
Thanks to Rhys135 at HotUkDeals.
Monster Hunter 4 is currently dominating the Japanese software charts, but Capcom still haven't locked down whether or not they plan to bring it to the US and Europe. However, they are at least thinking about it.Click here to read more...
Just a quickie: Deep Down is a free-to-play title, Capcom announced during the Tokyo Game Show. The PS4-bound procedurally generated cooperative dungeon crawler will enter beta near the console's Japanese launch next year, hammered home by a recent tweet from Sony's Shuhei Yoshida.
As a spiritual successor to Dragon's Dogma, we certainly have high hopes for this one. That said, it may take some time for Western release details to emerge.
We've now got a better handle on what Deep Down actually is, a procedurally-generated cooperative dungeon crawler set in the ruins of 2094 New York City that presents new environments and monsters every time. Capcom have released a quintet of new screenshots showing some of these bleak labyrinths and deadly monsters in their unnatural habitat.
Deep Down has only been slated for PS4 at present (though Capcom's annual financial report suggests that it's heading to "next generation consoles," so an Xbox One version may not be out of the question). Western release details have yet to break cover.Click here to read more...
Capcom's Yoshinori Ono took the stage at Sony's Japanese presser earlier today to reveal new information about mysterious title Deep Down.Click here to read more...
Developer: Spark Unlimited
After the slightly frosty reception the thawed out first sequel received, it would seem the Lost Planet series has been pining for those long cold winters again. So the third game is a prequel to the original, taking place many years before.
You are Jim, red-haired (finally!) and awesomely bearded-up for the cold. Jim has a wife and newborn son back on earth, but he's taken this job on the frozen rock of E.D.N. III to earn some serious money as a Rig operator / go-to guy for exterminating the pesky Akrid wildlife while the NEVEC Corporation searches the planet for T-Energy.
Rather than the Vital Suits of the last two games, you get to romp around in a 50-foot high walking Rig. These huge mechs are essentially maintenance machines, hardly built for combat, but as you and Jim will find out, you're stuck with what you have.
Mechs are meant to be exciting. These rigs are making a play for dullest in class though. Limited to melee attacks like swinging arms, grabbing, blocking and a drill attacks, you'll really miss those rockets and machine guns.Click here to read more...
Got 70 minutes spare to sit through a history lesson you'll actually enjoy? Well, get comfortable and enjoy this new documentary Capcom have made available for free on YouTube - it was previously an exclusive with the pricey 25th Anniversary Collector's Set.
The informative documentary focuses on the runaway success of Street Fighter 2 in the 1990s and how it ignited the fighting genre like nothing before or since. Expect interviews with key developers and pro gamers. We've got the whole thing lined up for you after the break.Click here for the video.
Monster Hunter 4's opening cinematic has been released in full to hype its impending Japanese release. We're looking forward to seeing whether the delayed 3DS exclusive can shake up the series, but without any confirmed Western release dates or import options beyond owning a Japanese 3DS, this is all purely academic.
Regardless, enjoy.Click here to read more...