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Resident Evil Revelations 2 sees a minor setback to release date

RER2 Natalia

Capcom has announced, “In an effort to fine-tune the final product, we’ve moved the release of the first episode back just one week to February 24.”  Resident Evil Revelations 2 was originally set to release on February 17 for Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Players will have to wait a tiny bit longer to dig into the next title of the Resident Evil franchise.

Pricing has not changed and is still slated for $5.99 for an episode separately or $24.99 for a complete season that comes with all four main episodes, two extra episodes and Hunk as a playable Raid mode character. The price for the season pass has yet to be revealed as of this time.

Capcom Unity mentions that each episode contains a Claire/Moira scenario, a Barry/Natalia scenario and Raid Mode content from that episode.

Wesker would probably say “Poor performance indeed.” For the rest of us, one week shouldn’t be so bad.

RER2 new release date

Source: Capcom Unity


Details on the imminent Resident Evil remaster and Resident Evil Revelations 2


Resident Evil fans will have a lot to rejoice about soon.

Capcom is releasing a remastered HD version of the classic Resident Evil for Xbox One on January 20. Those excited for the release can now pre-order/pre-load it here, so that the game is ready to go the first minute it’s fully released.

An Xbox 360 version of Resident Evil is currently only available on the Japanese Xbox Live Marketplace for digital purchase and is region free. That version was released at the end of November of 2014.

In other Resident Evil news, Resident Evil Revelations 2 will be released less than one month after the Xbox One version of Resident Evil. Well, sort of.

Capcom is taking another new approach to survival-horror by releasing the contents of Resident Evil Revelations 2 in an episodic manner. These episodes will focus on two different pairs of characters. Keep reading for more details.

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Come see the first developer’s diary for Life is Strange

Life is Strange

Last time on Life is Strange, XBLA Fans introduced details about this episodic narrative driven adventure game here.

This time,  the developers have released their first developer’s diary for Life is Strange showing a behind the scenes view of the game and the process of making the game. For those looking into playing this title, this will give you an opportunity to get accustomed to the style that will be represented in the game.

Life is Strange is set to release on January 30, 2015 on Xbox 360 and Xbox One.


January Games with Gold include D4 and The Witcher 2

D4 Dark Dreams Don't Die

Xbox has announced January’s Xbox Games with Gold, bringing a nice mix of genres to Microsoft’s consoles for free if you’re an Xbox Live Gold subscriber. Starting on January 1, Xbox One owners will be able to download the intriguing Kinect-enabled adventure game D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die. Xbox 360 owners will get two games during the month of January: racing game MX vs. ATV Alive from January 1 – 15 and the excellent RPG The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings from January 16-31, just in time to play before The Witcher 3‘s release. Whatever type of games you might be interested in, there’s three very different ones available for free in the month of January. Hopefully your New Year’s resolution is to branch out a little bit!


Life Is Strange coming soon to Xbox 360 and Xbox One

Life is Strange

Square Enix and DONTNOD Entertainment have announced a new episodic, narrative driven adventure game of the story of a high schoolgirl named Max who suddenly discovers she can rewind time and saves her friend Chloe from danger with her new powers. Strange events start to occur as the pair stumble into the darker side of Arcadia Bay when they uncover the truth of the disappearance of a student.

Life Is Strange is set to release on Xbox 360 and Xbox One on January 30, 2015.

Episode one is priced at $4.99 and episodes two through five can be purchased individually for $4.99 when each episode is released. Each console will have a different bundle option available for purchase:

  • Xbox 360: A season pass consisting of episodes two through five can be purchased for $16.99.
  • Xbox One: The entire season consisting of episodes one through five can be purchased for $19.99.

Check below on the first reveal of Life Is Strange.

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Server closure: Warface on Xbox 360 going quiet on February 1


Warface was publicly released for the Xbox 360 on April 22, 2014. Less then one year has passed, but Crytek has already announced that Warface for the Xbox 360 will no longer be available after February 1, 2015.

A Warface moderator on the forums had this to say: “It is with a heavy heart that we have to announce you the upcoming closure of Warface: Xbox 360 Edition. We considered every option before making the difficult decision to end the product that brought us together.”

The moderator then goes into further detail saying, “We’re always evaluating our portfolio to ensure that the experiences available on Xbox suit the needs of our community. Player demand and creative direction sometimes mandate that we shift our focus onto other games and opportunities.”

How will this affect the players? Jump inside to find out.

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Xbox Live on Xbox 360 down again, second time this week


On Monday, December 1, 2014, services on Xbox Live for the Xbox 360 were temporarily unavailable for several hours as users were unable to connect online. Xbox One users were unaffected by the disruption of the service. The hacker group Lizard Squad claimed responsibility for the distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack and had this to say:

work4.2’s Support page did not issue any service alerts on the first outage.

On December 5, 2014, services on Xbox Live were once again halted for the Xbox 360 as users were unable to connect online. This time around users have been sporadically able to connect but have not been able to keep up a connection for a significant time. Lizard Squad has once again taken credit for causing problems to the Xbox Live services, saying this recent attack came at the behest of a follower.

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JUJU jumps its way to Xbox 360 on December 10

Juju pic 1

Looking for a family friendly game this season? JUJU is a classic style platformer about a small, brave Panda (Juju) and his adventure to save his father and the world from the evil clutches of Calypso. Grab a friend or family member to join in the fun as Juju’s best friend, Peyo the lizard, in local cooperative play. Developer Flying Wild Hog says the game was designed for players of all skill levels, and it features second-player jump-in/jump-out at any time.

“As gamers and parents, we created JUJU because we know how frustrating it is when a game is either too easy or too hard for one player,” JUJU Creative Director Klaudiusz Zych said in a press release. “We knew there had to be a way for two people to have fun together and both be challenged, regardless of skill-level.”

JUJU offers 40 vibrant stages of brightly animated environments for gameplay and has nine giant boss fights that will keep players on their toes. There will be secret areas, hidden levels, time challenges and hardcore mode to keep the game going after the story is first completed. JUJU will arrive on the Xbox Live Arcade Marketplace on December 10, 2014.


Minecraft gets Star Wars skins


Available now, in a galaxy not far, far away — Star Wars skins come to Minecraft. There are 55 total skins, which include characters from Episodes IV, V and VI (the good ones). Many of the skins are the main characters in different outfits, like Luke Skywalker as an X-Wing pilot or as a Jedi Knight.  Some real gems include a rancor, wampa, Ponda Baba (the individual whom Obi-Wan Kenobi cuts the arm off of in the Mos Eisley Cantina), assassin droid IG-88 and many others you might need to look up, but are cool nevertheless.

This pack is available for $2.99 exclusively on Xbox 360 and Xbox One.


Source: Xbox Wire


Costume Quest 2 review (Xbox One)

Costume Quest 2 was developed by Double Fine Productions and published by Midnight City Games. It was released on October 31, 2014 for $14.99 on Xbox 360 and Xbox One. A copy was provided for review purposes.

Costume Quest 2 for Xbox

Appropriately released just before Halloween, Costume Quest 2 has more tricks, treats and timed-button pushes. The sequel to Double Fine’s 2010 Costume Quest, this release picks up shortly after the first game. The two main protagonists, Reynold and Wren, return as playable characters with new companions to battle alongside with, and, not to be forgotten, the supporting cast from the first game, which play an important role in the time-traveling tale.

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