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Resident Evil Zero HD Remaster Receives New 40 Minute Long Gameplay Video

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The Resident Evil series, the survival horror series developed by Capcom, has been receiving some new titles since the year began, even though none of them are main entries of the franchise. Back in January, the Japanese publisher has released the Resident Evil HD Remaster, the HD remaster of the GameCube remake of the original Resident Evil, and a few months later Resident Evil Revelations 2.

Not too long ago Capcom confirmed that yet another Resident Evil game is going to be released in the future. The game is one that not many have played before, since it was released as a GameCube exclusive: Resident Evil Zero. Just like for the Resident Evil HD Remaster, Resident Evil Zero HD will come with enhanced graphics and a couple new features.

If you have never heard of the game before or simply want to see the HD Remaster in action, you definitely want to check out a new Resident Evil Zero HD 40 minute long gameplay video that’s been made available online a few hours ago. The video, which showcases the game’s E3 2015 demo, can be found by going at the end of this post.

The announcement of Resident Evil Zero HD, while very welcome by fans of the series, wasn’t exactly surprising. Back in May, Capcom revealed that the company is going to release more HD remasters this fiscal year, planning to “utilize existing intellectual property, such as by selling HD remastered versions of popular older games.”

Resident Evil Zero has been released back in November 2002 exclusively on Nintendo GameCube. The game’s story follows police officer Rebecca Chambers as she investigates a series of murders together with convict Billy Coen. Gameplay wise, Resident Evil Zero comes with a unique partner system which allows players to switch between the two main characters to solve puzzle and proceed through the game.

Resident Evil Zero HD is currently in development for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC and it will be released on a yet to be confirmed 2016 release date. We will let you know precisely when the game will hit all consoles in all regions as soon as possible so stay tuned for all the latest news.

As a long time gamer, Francesco has survived more zombie invasions, meteor strikes, magic spells than he can count. He still keeps fighting today to bring hope into countless gaming worlds. Or destruction, depending on his mood. Writing about video games was only the natural step for such a dangerous life.

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Larian Reveals Baldur’s Gate 3’s Mildest Multiclass Builds

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Since the excellent Baldur’s Gate 3 has been out in the wild for a while, interesting data can be gleaned, such as how players choose to play an innovative new RPG from home. Stats from developer Larian Studios and posted on the PlayStation Blog show that most people want to play as a stealthy archer like in Skyrim when given nearly limitless options.

According to a fascinating graph, Rogue/Ranger is the most popular multiclass build, with over 175,000 players using it to snipe unsuspecting enemies from range. The next two builds reveal similarly. 150,000 played Barbarian/Fighter because they loved pummeling things, and 109,00 played Barbarian/Paladin, which lets players talk to their victims before beatings.

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More sense emerges as you descend. If the Paladin/Warlock/Sorcerer/Bard has high Charisma, any combination can be interesting. Charisma helps these classes cast spells and abilities and interact with NPCs outside of combat.

Playing a single class through Baldur’s Gate 3 feels great, which is what most players do. A pure Fighter or Wizard becomes so powerful by game’s end that we don’t blame you for not mixing things up!

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Play as a Tiefling Oathbreaker Paladin, Dark Urge Origin (which you must resist), or Bard for real moral dilemmas. You could also play pseudo-Aragorn again.

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Techland Shows Durable Dying Light 2 Content Roadmap

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Techland is continuing to release Dying Light 2 content as part of its long-term support. This is surprising since the meaty Good Night, Good Luck update was released a few months ago. It’s nice to know what’s coming, but no timeline was given.

IGN-exclusive roadmap trailers reveal more co-op missions, board quests, a tower raid, and replayable GRE anomalies. Executions and finishers may be added to the April Gut Feeling update, which overhauled melee mechanics. Graphical options, weapon repair, gear, and mod dismantling are always welcome.

Knives, polearms, and more enemy variants are coming, including a Nightmare difficulty. Changes to NG+ include firearms. Players can finally dress to their hearts’ content with new cosmetic options.

Has Techland’s Dying Light 2 support lured you back? Would you rather focus on something new?

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Epic to Globalize V-Buck Price Hike

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Epic Games expanded the Fortnite V-Buck “pricing alignment” after laying off almost 900 employees, citing “inflation and currency fluctuations”. Fortnite’s premium currency will rise in international markets, including the largest.

Epic Games will raise the price of V-Bucks and real money content packs in the Czech Republic, Denmark, Eurozone countries, Hungary, Japan, Norway, Poland, Romania, Sweden, Turkey, and the US (including all US Dollar storefronts) on October 27.

Raising the price of this fictitious currency was successful when the company trialed it in the UK, Canada, and Mexico, so it was decided to announce it worldwide now. These USD increases range from $1 (1000 V-Bucks, previous $7.99) to $10 (13,500 V-Bucks, previous $79.99).

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How do you view Epic’s timing and pricing increase?

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