Resident Evil 4 is like the Citizen Kane of games – it’ll always be near the top of those ‘Best Games Ever’ lists. We last played it on the GameCube 11 years ago, but after all this time, does the game deserve the praise it gets? So some backstory, for those not in the know. You play as Leon S. Kennedy – rookie cop star of Resident Evil 2, who not only survived Raccoon City’s zombie outbreak, but is also tragically afflicted with a centre parting and a bad case of the too-cool-for-school attitude that define Japanese gaming heroes. You … Read More »
We love our classic consoles. Games from a bygone era – classic, simple, hard as nails. So when we get the merest sniff that we might be able to play some of these classics through the wonders of emulation, we sit up and take notice. Undoubtedly, we’re going to see emulators on our Xbox Ones sooner rather than later, thanks to Universal Windows Platform (UWP) and the convergence of the Windows 10 and Xbox stores. We recently brought you the news that Win64e10 – a Nintendo 64 emulator App that runs reasonably happily on Windows 10 – could potentially see the light … Read More »
Dino-hunters, prepare yourselves. Beloved N64 series Turok is being remastered for the Xbox One. This was confirmed in a tweet by Night Dive Studios, who are looking to bring both Turok: Dinosaur Hunter and Turok 2: Seeds of Evil to a new generation of hunters. @AlexSGregory We’re currently planning on bringing Turok and Turok 2 to @Xbox — Night Dive Studios (@NightDiveStudio) March 25, 2016 This may, in part, be a direct assault on dino-themed MMO, Ark: Survival Evolved, who have capitalised on the fact that very few games feature fearsome terrible lizards (We’re not counting Lego Jurassic Park, and … Read More »
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