A new trailer for Resident Evil HD Remaster has surfaced just in time for Halloween! Many things were showcased in the trailer, such as the ability to switch between 4:3 and 16:9 resolution. You can also switch between control schemes, so if you don't like the traditional Resident Evil controls, you don't have to use them! Head back to the mansion on November 27 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, while PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC owners will have to wait until 2015. The game looks absolutely incredible if you ask me, so I can't wait to get my hands on it! What do you think? Head inside to see the trailer!

Ubisoft has just released their financial report for the past quarter (and they're doing quite well), revealing a number of sales figures and projections. Notably, Watch Dogs has sold (this likely mean shipped to retailers, not necessarily sold through to customers) 9 million copies, and Ubisoft eventually expects it to eclipse 10 million. The upcoming Far Cry 4 is expected to sell at least 6 million copies, and Ubisoft is confident that these two games along with the Assassin's Creed franchise will help them reach an operating income of €150 million for the year. 

Results for the first half of Capcom's fiscal year have recently been reported, and the numbers are down quite a bit since last year. Within this time period the company managed to rake in a whopping $239.6 million in revenue. Unfortunately, no matter how big that number seems, it is actually down 51.3% compared to 2013. Their profits were also down 39.9% at $26.8 million.

Head past the jump to read more.

If you've followed any news at all about Assassin's Creed Unity, you know it takes place during the French Revolution. However, it looks like there will be more to it. Dubbed "Time Anomaly," the latest trailer shows what appears to be a glitch in the Animus turning Paris from the 18th century into Paris during World War II! We're not sure how big of a role this time-jumping feature will play in the game, but it's certainly a twist. Check it out by clicking below!

Upcoming zombie apocalypse game Dying Light is now going to be strictly on current-gen consoles. According to a recent Facebook post, Dying Light is heavily dependent on a "next-gen feel" in its true form, and as such, cutting the game's release the title on last-gen consoles was necessary. Many people feel that the decision to cancel the Xbox 360 and PlayStation versions is actually a positive thing, as this should create a better experience overall.

Dying Light is scheduled for a January 2015 release. What do you think? Is this disappointing, or is it a worthy sacrifice?

As part of its latest earnings report, Electronic Arts has revealed the release date for the next entry in the Battlefield franchise. Battlefield Hardline will release in North America on March 17, 2015 for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC. Europe gets the title two short days later for the same systems. The announcement was made as Electronic Arts posted a $232 million profit for the quarter.

Star Wars and normal wars fans alike, let's all give a collective "Hurrah!" Electronic Arts has unveiled release windows for the upcoming Battlefield, rumored to be Battlefield 5, and the next entry in the Star Wars: Battlefront franchise.

Battlefront is arriving sooner, with a current release plan for the holiday season of 2015. The next Battlefield, not to be confused with the upcoming Battlefield: Hardline, is set for release during the holidays of 2016. Here's what EA had to say about the reasoning.

"This allows us to have a major first-person shooter title each year."

This also implies that the upcoming Battlefront is an FPS. Now we know exactly what direction EA and DICE plan to take the interstellar IP in.

Bring out your dead, the Witcher is coming. Not before some blood-curdling horse hacking and human killing, of course. The Witcher 3's new trailer would make anyone excited to play the game. Heck, I've never played any games in The Witcher series and I'm hooked from this video alone! Jumping from past to present, the video gives a bit of insight on some of the game's narrative, as well as the vast power that the Witcher's target possesses. 

Head past the jump to see the video and give us your opinion!

In the latest episode of his podcast, Hideo Kojima discussed the mechanics of the open world that can be found in the upcoming Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. As with all open world games, when not in a mission, you can roam the map freely tackling side quests or just explore. However, while on a mission, you are limited to a specific area. Going outside of this area will result in an automatic failure. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is scheduled for release in Q1 of 2015.

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel! launched a couple of weeks ago, and you may already know there's a room themed after Mario, complete with a retro graphical style and warp pipes. What you may not know is that there's an Easter egg within the Easter egg! Taking a page from the second level of the original Super Mario Bros., hopping into the ceiling gains you access to a room designed to look like the Warp Zone with three warp pipes and three treasure chests to boot! Check it out by clicking below!