The Story Behind Resident Evil 3 Remake
The storyline of Resident Evil 3 Remake is very much that of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis from 20 years ago. The year is 1998, and you play the role of Jill Valentine in the time between the incident at Spencer Mansion and incident in the police station that saw Leon and Claire go through their own hell. RE3, for intents and purposes could have been called Resident Evil 1.5, but we’ll leave that discussion for another day. Jill is a survived of the Spencer Mountain incident, and she finds herself in Racoon City with the goal of exposing the Umbrella Corporation for the outbreak of zombies. The problem is that Umbrella is out to eliminate every surviving S.T.A.R.S member to keep the conspiracy a secret from the outside world. To succeed, Umbrella has released Nemesis, the ultimate bioweapon that’s hellbent on finding and killing every member of S.T.A.R.S., Jill Valentine included.
Resident Evil 3 Remake Gameplay
It's been a while since Mount and Blade 2 was first announced In fact, to be more precise, it's been 8 years since it was announced back in 2012. The developers have tried our patience, but we finally get our first look now that it has been released into Early Access. Due to the current world problem, the developer's team has released M&B 2 into Early Access one day early and even offered us a 10% discount.
If you're a fan, then you're probably already playing the game or waiting for the download to finish, if you don't know what Mount and Blade is, then you should check it out.
After spending some time on the game, I can honestly say that it was worth the wait. The first thing you do when you start your adventure is to pick a culture. There are six different cultures, and each one of them will give you a small advantage. For example, you...
This game recalls one recent, massive game release - Death Stranding. The game seems more like a parody, though, and even some in-game tasks will tell you to stop playing.
The game’s title described it best, and you will have to walk a lot while carrying huge packages, like an extreme food delivery guy. Before I even start to describe the game, there is 0 action in it. Be warned, that you might get bored if you just came from something that includes combat.
The game will ask you to deliver packages from one location to another. The distance will be far, too, as the first mission took me 10 minutes to complete. You can find extra bags, which will increase the number of likes you get. Oh yeah, those likes are a form of currency. You will get paid in likes. You can spend this incredible currency buying vehicles and equipment(or be like...
Warframe is one of the most complex games that I’ve ever played. The vast universe lets you explore lots of different planets, a ton of weapons, and different warframes.
The Warframes are the “protectors” of the galaxy that fight in an endless war with hideous creatures and the infected. You start the game with one of three different warframes. If you want to unlock new and more powerful warframes, you can always go and build more. These warframes can be regular or prime. The prime warframes are the strongest. The warframes can use different weapons, but you need to get their blueprints and the items required to craft them.
If you complete more planets “junctions,” you will see that your character becomes weaker and weaker. The “builds’ that you can apply to your characters are unlimited, but you will need a team of scientists to create your own and, at the same time, to be...
We've finally been able to spend some time playing Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order, and it couldn’t be more epic.
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If you’ve played enough, nothing may surprise you, as the game itself (even on the hardest difficulty) is still easy to play. We call it easy considering it requires the basic dodge and attack skills like in any other game. Enemies will be more aggressive than usual, but there aren't any mistakes to make that will kill you immediately. Depending on the number of enemies, we can...
Death Stranding is out, and it couldn't be more perfect than this. This third-person game will put you in crazy situations and even piss you off at one moment or another.
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The Death Stranding World
Let’s start with the surroundings. Even though we saw parts of the world in official events, we weren't really ready for this. To put it simply, the game looks amazing, the landscape will capture your attention with the finest detail, and the cutscenes are nothing short of moive quality.
The game is just amazing. There is not a single way to guess what’s gonna happen next, some situations will make you think that a fight is about to go down, is just tension. When we’re safe, something wrong happens. It is...
The black hole has disappeared and in its place is an all
new map and what Epic is calling Fortnite Chapter 2. We’ve been transported to
an all-new island that’s large and beautiful. The graphics are the same but the
world is downright amazing. You can swim, carry other players, and even heal
others. If you’ve already started playing, then you have probably realized that
the map is largely covered and you can’t see what’s there. Well, Epic decided
to borrow from GTA’s playbook in this regard and the map will open up the more
you explore. There are a lot of new areas, but you’ll find that there are a few
of your favorite spots left over too. In case you’re wondering what the whole
map looks like, here you go:
Our first tasks in Chapter 2, Season 1 go by the name “New
World Challenges” and the main focus of these challenges are to uncover the
map. One of the challenges is to visit all of the...
As I was downloading Call
of Duty Mobile to my Samsung Galaxy S10+, I have to admit that I was quite
skeptical. How can a multiplayer, first-person shooter like Call of Duty
actually port over to mobile phones? How can it maintain the same gameplay without
a controller or some hard-to-use on-screen control scheme? After a 1 GB
download, I was thrust into a training session that helped me discover the answer
to those questions.
Training and Tutorial
During the initial
tutorial, you learn the basics like creating a class, modifying your weapons,
and making various upgrades. To my surprise, there weren’t any annoying adds or
pop ups telling you that you can start with more for a small price. Once you enter
the initial training match, you’re put into a small, makeshift map where you
learn how to control your player, how to crouch, shoot, and aim. There are actually
two controller schemes – one with an autoaim-like function and another in which
you have to aim yourself. After training, I chose...
Even if the appearance of Keanu Reeves in Cyberpunk 2077 as Johny Silverhand has been hyped beyond belief, let's not forget that he also has his own game known as John Wick Hex.
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After we strike down our first enemy, we finally get a handgun. Now the fun begins. Different options become accessible, depending on the distance between us and the target. if the target is far away, we'll only get to shoot him, with no takedown possible. Ranged combat can easily be avoided, though....
For a game that boasted new features and stealth game play, Ghost Recon doesn't seem to present anything noteworthy to an already expansive offering off first-person shooters. After just a few short hours of playing, we've discovered that, unless you crank up the difficulty, the game is simply too easy with subpar AI and an overall lack of unique gameplay.
As the name of the series suggests, a stealth mission is the best way to come around. There is some realism in gun silencers as the are reasonably loud but the AI bots that you're playing against in campaign aren't much better than the bots we experience way back with James Bond 007 kick-started the FPS genre as we know it.
Blending with the surroundings are possible, but it's not that critical in easier game modes as the AI bots are damn near blind and don't worry about making noise, either. Those drones that the game has boasted since...