This year Dead Rising 4 is skipping time limits so that can open up the sandbox more to the concept of exploration.
Everybody’s favourite South Korean brawler is back in Street Fighter V, starting next week on July 26.
Frank West is coming back in Dead Rising 4 – but you’ll also be able to play his first game if you missed it back in 2006.
Monster Hunter Generations feels like an expansion to 4 rather than a new game – but the new features, Deviant system and selection of new and old monsters makes the hunt worthwhile.
Capcom’s Resident Evil 7: Biohazard deo has been downloaded more than 2 million times
No more worrying about the clock counting down in Dead Rising 4, as Capcom is ditching deadlines in the fourth zombie apocalypse.
Capcom is ditching the experienced hands of established characters in favour of a protagonist who has zero zombie experience in Resident Evil 7.
Resident Evil 7 might look and feel really different thanks to its VR support, but its producer and director promise that it’s a return to the franchise’s roots.
We got some hands on time with Dead Rising 4 at E3. What stood out the most? The crazy weapons of course!
With a new Street Fighter game, there’s also plenty of new merch to get ones hands on. Once I’m done shoving toddlers out of my way so that I can get the last Ryu figure on the shelf.
Resident Evil is looking downright terrifying and a proper dive back into tradition Resident Evil mechanics, with full virtual reality functionality from beginning to end.
Those rumours of Dead Rising 4 making an appearance at Microsoft’s E3 showcase tonight? Probably on the money.