Tagged: Resident Evil 7

Capcom has released a Resident Evil 7 update that allows Xbox One X owners to enjoy tasty extra visuals making an already beautiful game even more eye-catching. With the update installed, the game will now support HDR on the Xbox One X. Check out the video below. Capcom has stated, “improved skin tone display through Screen-Space Subsurface Scattering.” and output at 4K resolution. If you haven’t already played Resident Evil 7 and you own an Xbox One X now is the perfect opportunity. The Gold Edition of the game is currently on sale for £26.99 on the Xbox store so go grab yourself a bargain. … Read More »

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard is the game that seems to have saved the franchise and now it has a Gold edition which is the least that it deserves. This gold edition includes the main game as well as all of the DLC that has been released. The first pieces of DLC released for Resident Evil 7 was the Banned Footage Volumes 1 & 2 but that wasn’t all. The next piece of DLC that was released was the free Not A Hero DLC. This one saw you facing enemies that you have never seen before in the claustrophobic environment of … Read More »

Resident Evil 7 brought the franchise back to greatness and now Capcom have announced the latest piece of DLC for the game. The best thing about the DLC, called Not A Hero, apart from the new monsters of course is the fact that it is free. Not A Hero takes place straight after the events of Resident Evil 7 and sees you head down into a mine. The environment is claustrophobic and terrifying, and it also looks fantastic. There are some brand new monsters for you to sink your bullets into and they are as horrifying as you would expect. … Read More »

There’s been a lot of promise from Capcom with Resident Evil VII: Biohazard. The promise of a glorious return to the roots of a claustrophobic, virus infected environment, and a return to what made survival horror the heart beating genre we all fell in love with over twenty years ago. Wait, you’ve not played Resident Evil? Then I urge you to check out the original in its glorious HD remaster form, then if you’re still craving more, come back and read on. For those of us that are seasoned at the series, get comfy. The review will be a lot … Read More »

Remember back in 2015 when Capcom announced that there will be a current gen remake of Resident Evil 2?  Well, we are about to hit 2017 and Resident Evil 7 is set to release next month and we know nothing new about the classic remake.  Capcom and RE2: Remake’s producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi may have tipped his hand a bit on when we will see something of the upcoming remake. In an interview with VideoGamer, Hirabayashi spoke about the experiences he learned from the previous games and how Capcom is focused on RE7 while his team is working on the remake of RE2. … Read More »

Here’s a story that those us is still gaming on our glorious but venerable 720p Pioneer Plasmas can’t get that excited about (that will change when Santa corrects his error and delivers that 4K monster we just know someone gifted us), but we know there’s a huge crowd out there that does care about such things. Resident Evil 7‘s producer, Masachika Kawata, speaking to GamingBolt, has confirmed the game will run at 60fps and 1080p on Xbox One, and will support HDR on Xbox One S. All jesting aside, we’ve seen the effect of the performance gap between Xbox One and PS4 … Read More »

Those pesky data miners are at it again folks! It was inevitable, as soon as the Resident Evil 7 Beginning Hour demo found its way to PC then those with the necessary skills were always going to start trawling through the game’s files to see what they could dig up. They may have come up with quite the doozy as well! Fair warning though what the file name pertains to could be seen as a potential spoiler, if you don’t want to know any more then just stare at this image of the Resident Evil 7 collector’s edition, which is … Read More »

Warning: Contains scenes of horror and violence. You wake up alone on the floor of an abandoned farmhouse. Daylight is quickly fading. You must find a way out. A thrillingly immersive horror experience for the five senses. This full model change to the frightening “Isolated View” player perspective and photorealistic graphics of the cutting-edge RE Engine mark a new beginning for survival horror. Enter a terrifyingly new world of horror and survive. The Resident Evil 7 Demo: Beginning Hour can now be downloaded from the Microsoft Store or on the Xbox Marketplace. According to players, the demo is only short … Read More »

While PlayStation gamers have already had a chance to play Resident Evil 7’s ‘Beginning Hour’ demo back in June, PC and Xbox gamers will have their chance later this month. The demo itself has already received two updates, with ‘Twilight’ providing more areas to explore, and ‘Midnight’ expanding rooms, weapons, enemies and endings. According to Capcom, the ‘Midnight’ update will finally allow gamers to ‘explore what lies beyond the mold-covered door, where terrifying growling noises emanate from.’ Xboxers will be the first to trial the new Resident Evil game when the demo drops on December 9th. Meanwhile, players on PC … Read More »

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