Reiner, Joe, Suriel and Leo are back to discuss a bevy of hypotheticals while Killer7 happens nearby.
カードダスのサンプルが届きました‼︎— 栗原昌宏☆ BB戦士三国伝メモリアルブック発売中 (@knighthayate) March 17, 2018
今回は、「新約SDガンダム外伝」と「ロックマンXメガミッション 」＼(^o^)／ pic.twitter.com/qEOh6ZKi7G
Looks like Capcom has some plans of celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Mega Man X franchise. As you can see in the image above, the top-right corner of one of the boxes features an official logo for the anniversary. The anniversary itself is on Dec. 17th, 2018, so it seems Capcom is getting a jump on the festivities.
Mike Mahardy is back with Mary Kish in their quest to conquer one of the more challenging RE games to date. Things don't exactly get off to a good start.
Our GI Think Tank reconvenes to ponder new, important questions: What's a better name for zombies? Where you would you put Joe Juba's face on your body? Which famous person would you let eat you?
Ōkami HD, one of the most visually breathtaking action video games ever made, is coming to Nintendo Switch with high definition graphics updated for modern HD televisions. Originally released in 2006, Ōkami brought the Japanese Sumi-e ink style art to video games, marrying art with action and an epic tale, making it one of the most unique and beautiful video games ever. Ōkami HD will be available as a digital download for Nintendo Switch this summer.
In the game, players draw brushstrokes on screen with the Celestial Brush to battle opponents or solve puzzles. Unique to Nintendo Switch, Ōkami HD will offer new functionality for the Celestial Brush, taking advantage of the Nintendo Switch system’s touchscreen and motion-control support to create intuitive new ways to solve puzzles and defeat foes. These artistic touches include:
Touchscreen Painting – Create brushstrokes directly on the touchscreen in Handheld mode
Motion-Control Painting – Paint with the Joy-Con™ controller’s motion controls in TV or Tabletop mode by moving it in the desired pattern, just like a paintbrush
Art meets action and puzzle solving in Ōkami HD, where players must use a combination of magic abilities, clever attacks, an arsenal of items and Celestial Brush techniques to restore life and color to the land of Nippon. In the game, players take on the role of Amaterasu, the Japanese sun goddess who inhabits the form of a legendary white wolf Shiranui on a quest to defeat Orochi, an eight-headed demon and tyrannical monster responsible for turning the world into a ruined wasteland. A cast of colorful allies appear to help Amaterasu defeat foes and rid the land of Orochi’s curse.
Today we begin our descent into madness. Joe, Reiner and Leo join Suriel for a look at his favorite game of all time, the bizarre and unsettling Killer 7. Will the gang be able to stay sane throughout the adventure? Or will they be spouting complete nonsense to each other within the first ten minutes of the first episode?
Dear @monsterhunter team at Capcom - we understand that porting the game to Nintendo Switch is challenging (https://t.co/0JrAIQgcft) but this is exactly what @IToTheG does. Give us a shot & we won’t let you down ;)— Adam Boyes (@amboyes) March 3, 2018
Adam Boyes is the CEO of Iron Galaxy Studios, and also a former Playstation VP. He seems super serious about getting a crack at Monster Hunter World on Switch. Really cool to see a dev publicly call out another company and ask for a shot. I think almost everyone would love to see this port happen. We've all see it brought up multiple times before, and now we have a company willing to give it a shot. I wonder if Capcom is going to bite.
Well, it's sure as hell impressive as far as looking like Mega Man goes. Does it actually taste any good? That I don't know! This is just one of the menu items the Capcom Cafe is offering up for Mega Man's 30th anniversary. You can check out some other meals, as well as merch at this link.