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GameSpot Video - Let's Play Resident Evil Code: Veronica - Part 14


Mary Kish and Mike Mahardy escape the military training facility and make their way to Antarctica, once again lamenting their lack of a fire extinguisher.

GameSpot Video - Let's Play Resident Evil Code: Veronica - Part 13

Mary and Mike are back from E3 and their time with Resident Evil 2 Remake - it's time to slay some Zoms.

GameSpot Video - Let's Play Resident Evil Code: Veronica Part 12

Mary and Mike solve shotgun puzzles and revisit their old stomping grounds in the military training facility's basement.

GameSpot Video - Let's Play Resident Evil Code: Veronica Part 11

Mary and Mike continue their Antarctic trek with Chris Redfield, braving the snow and searching for Claire.

GameSpot Video - Let's Play Resident Evil Code: Veronica Part 10

Mary Kish and Mike Mahardy continue their journey into the Antarctic base, before meeting up with an old friend and his huge biceps.

Even paid customers have to worry about their Resident Evil 7 Cloud saves

As we talked about last week, Resident Evil 7 Cloud holds on to your saved game in the cloud. Capcom made sure to point out that if your payment lapses and you grab yourself another ticket sometime later, Capcom can't promise your save fill will still be there. That's a bit annoying, but somewhat understandable. The thing is, the same actually goes for paid customers.

Capcom has let users know that even if you pay for a ticket to play Resident Evil 7 Cloud, your save file might not be preserved. The company makes no promises that your save will be safe, meaning you could pay to play and save your progress, only have it to disappear. Obviously this is quite unlikely, but with the way cloud storage/saves are handled, there's more of a chance your save can disappear than there would be with a traditional local save.

GameSpot Video - Let's Play Resident Evil Code: Veronica Part 9

In the newest episode of their Code Veronica playthrough, Mary and Mike struggle to turn the power on. They also encounter one of the series' creepier demons.

Resident Evil 7: Cloud Version coming to Switch in Japan

Remember the rumor of Resident Evil 7 coming to the Switch? Well now it's come true...sort of. Capcom has announced Resident Evil 7: Cloud Version for Switch, which is set to launch in Japan on May 24th, 2018. The download is just 45MB, as you'll be playing it through a cloud service. This cloud option includes all the game's DLC.

As you might have guessed, you'll need a steady online connection to play this one, since you're streaming it to your Switch. You get 15 mins of free play, and then you'll need to buy a 2,000 Yen ticket to play more. Your ticket lasts 180 days. This version doesn't contain an English option, and no mention of a North America/European version has been made.

Thanks to TheDestructo94 and Enigmaxtreme for the heads up!

GameSpot Video - Resident Evil Code: Veronica - Part 8

Mary Kish returns once again to face the tyrant, on land and air, and discovers that she may have missed out on an important item. Mike attempts to console her.