Showing posts with label Resident Evil 0. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Resident Evil 0. Show all posts

Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Humble Capcom Mega Bundle 2020

Publisher Capcom is hosting a "Mega Bundle" on Humble Store offering discounts on a great selection of games.

In a latest sale, Humble Store is offering players a chance to pick a number of fan-favorite games for PC platform from one of today's most celebrated video game developer/publisher Capcom at a great price for limited time only.

Over the years, Capcom has explored various genres and produced titles that were both commercially successful and critically-acclaimed, some of which are included to an ongoing "Mega Bundle" to purchase at a budgeted price.

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Humble Capcom Mega Bundle 2020

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Pay $1 or More to Unlock:
For paying as low as $1 only would unlock you a bundle of games that offers 2014 platform-adventure hack and slash game Strider that has moved away from its side-scrolling action predecessor title from CP System arcade era.

You can also get your hands on Mega Man Legacy Collection featuring six classic 8-bit games of iconic Blue Bomber, Resident Evil Revelations 2: Episode 1 and a voucher to unlock all in-game rewards DLC for Resident Evil 2 Remake.

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Pay What You Want Bundle

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Beat The Average:
Spending around $11 or more will get you Mega Man X Legacy Collection collecting first four Mega Man X releases. Remember to grab on to Resident Evil 0 HD, Resident Evil: Revelations and Resident Evil: Revelations 2 as well.

Moreover, you get a Humble Store coupon for 2019 remake of Resident Evil 2 and Devil May Cry 5 to receive a 50% discount on purchase. Both of these games were surely among Capcom's biggest blockbuster releases from last year.

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Beat The Average Bundle

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Pay $20 or More:
Capcom continues to dominate this mega bundle with Mega Man series with addition of 2D platforming title Mega Man 11. Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition and Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen will join to represent fantasy action genre.

Although reception of Dead Rising 4 and Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection are somewhat mixed among players, survival horror classic Resident Evil HD Remaster is here to cheer you up with a good spook in high-definition.

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Final Tier Bundle

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Lastly, you will receive a 10% off on first month of your subscription to Humble Choice and will be able to pick a few games each month. Your spending on this bundle will help support nonprofit healthcare organization Direct Relief.

Capcom Mega Bundle is a great opportunity to finally own some popular titles from renowned publisher while it lasts until March 31. Not only are you getting a wide array of games for your taste, your proceedings will serve cause in a charity.

Monday, February 25, 2019

Resident Evil, Zero & 4 Nintendo Switch Release Date

Capcom announced the Nintendo Switch release date for upcoming ports of Resident Evil classic titles.

Although developer/publisher Capcom are not considering a port of newly released Resident Evil 2 Remake on Nintendo Switch anytime soon, they already planned on releasing some of the classic titles from their beloved survival horror franchise.

Fan-favorite titles Resident Evil, Zero & 4 for Nintendo's next-gen handheld console were originally revealed back in October 2018 and were due an official release date, which they have recently announced to coming on May 21, 2019.

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Resident Evil, Zero & 4 Nintendo Switch Release Date

RELATED: Resident Evil, Zero & 4 Coming to Nintendo Switch

These three titles mentioned above were originally released for Nintendo GameCube console from 2002 through 2005. Later, all of them saw a high-definition version release on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One within 2015 to 2016.

Resident Evil HD Remaster is a remake of the 1996 original with a major graphical overhaul and new gameplay mechanics. Players assumed the role of S.T.A.R.S. agents Chris Redfield or Jill Valentine too uncover the deadly secrets of Spencer Mansion.

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Resident Evil Zero came out serving as a prequel to Raccoon City mansion incident starring officer Rebecca Chambers and ex- Marine Corps member Billy Coen. A unique partner system allowed players to control both of them for solving many in-game puzzles and fight monsters.

Resident Evil 4 is the first game in the series to introduce a different type of primary enemies other than zombies, replaced the fixed camera angles with over-the-shoulder view and merged survival horror elements with third-person shooter games.

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A physical copy titled Resident Evil Origins Collection featuring Resident Evil 0 and Resident Evil HD Remaster is also part of their release plan. However, only North American customers can purchase this bundle and would not be out in retail for European regions.

Capcom has yet to share the price for these titles on Nintendo hybrid console but they will be available for digital pre-order on eShop from February 28, 2019. Players can now test their skills to survive zombie outbreak on the go now that these classics are coming on Switch.

Monday, October 29, 2018

Humble Bundle Halloween Sale 2018

he Halloween Sale 2018 from Humble Bundle is here to knock your socks off with spooky discounts and an awful lot of different games.

Halloween seem to be looking more festive than ever because of all the crazy sale offer going on everywhere and we've seen some pretty slick deals on horror games online. For the past few days, we've been watching and found the greatest deal of them all.

The digital storefront of Humble Bundle has some of the best assortment of titles for this year's Halloween that leaps beyond the wall of horror genre and rain on discounted price on so many games from different categories that it really is hard to keep track of.

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Humble Bundle Halloween Sale 2018

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The list is so big itself that we couldn't possibly list all of them in here but we thought we would pick up the ones that offer the best value in their current reduced price. So, we are picking titles from every sort and not limiting ourselves to just spooky titles. Also, any game you pick from this Halloween Sale 2018 will get you Murderous Pursuits for FREE too!

The cheapest game you can find within this huge bonanza is Friday the 13th: The Game for a 85% price off. Limbo and Zombi comes right next to it at 80%, whereas Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs and Amnesia: The Dark Descent is up for grabs at 75%.

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Resident Evil 4, 5 and 6 is 75% Off

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Entire horror first-person shooter trilogy of F.E.A.R., F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin and F.E.A.R. 3 come at 75% only. Bioshock: The Collection, Outlast, Resident Evil 4, Resident Evil 5 (Standard or Gold Edition), Resident Evil 6 are part of the same deal.

At 70% off, Dead Rising Franchise Pack will get you both Dead Rising 2 and Dead Rising 3 Apocaypse Edition or you can even pick up the original Dead Rising game for the same reduced rate. Same thing goes for the next two installments for buying separately.

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Dead Rising Trilogy is 70% Off

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We are not much sure about recommending Killing Floor, Soma, XCOM 2 and Zombie Army Trilogy from the same bid though. Both survival horror title Resident Evil 0 HD Remaster and original Resident Evil HD Remaster goes up on 60%.

The base game of Dead by Daylight has offered 50% and there is a bunch of add-on content from the game as well as Dying Light that put forward 33-35% at best. We leave these completely on you. Outlast 2 however, is a nice catch at a whopping 70%.

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Titles like 7 Days to Die (64%), Dead Rising 4 (30%), For Honor (33%), Killing Floor 2 (67%), Prey (50%), Resident Evil 7 (35%) and Vampyr (33%) are either not worth going for at this reduction rate because they are worth the wait for a greater deal.

We also opted out from picking some of the games from the sale even though they had a serious discount slapped on them, simply because they weren't worth the bucks for this festive season. Nevertheless, you don't need to be influenced by us and can still pick them up if you really want to.

Friday, October 26, 2018

Resident Evil, Zero & 4 Coming to Nintendo Switch

Capcom has officially announced to bring some classic Resident Evil games to Nintendo Switch next year.

Although we are still not sure if upcoming survival horror game Resident Evil 2 Remake will head to next gen handheld console Nintendo Switch anytime soon after release or not at all, we do know now that some of the fan-favorite titles sure would.

Developer/publisher Capcom have plans to bring in some classic titles from the RE franchise on the hybrid console so they don't really feel left out from all the fun while everyone else would be busy playing the RE2Make on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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Resident Evil, Zero & 4 Coming to Nintendo Switch

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Which versions of the game will they be releasing and when are still not officially confirmed by them yet, except for the announcement that these titles are coming in 2019 and more will be revealed on that very soon, according to their recent Tweet.



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Our best guess is that, Capcom will go after porting the HD remaster versions of these games for Switch. The developers even made available a cloud version of their most recent title, Resident Evil 7 for the console for a certain amount of fee.

The original Resident Evil game came out in 1996 for PlayStation, Resident Evil 0 debuted later in 2002 for the GameCube console and Resident Evil 4 followed as another exclusive to the same platform in 2004, eventually coming to other platforms as well.