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Capcom's classic survival-horror game Resident Evil 2 will soon be reborn in the beautiful new RE Engine, giving fans old and new alike the chance to experience the terrors of Raccoon City in HD. You can get your hands on the Resident Evil 2 remake on January 25, 2019, but in the meantime, PlayStation Underground has just uploaded fifteen minutes of new gameplay footage featuring Claire, Sherry, and the dreaded Lickers.

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The Game Awards 2018 is coming up in just a few weeks, and it's expected to be packed with more announcements than any previous show. Of course, as the name of the event indicates, the focus of The Game Awards is to honor the best video games from 2018. With that in mind, host and creator Geoff Keighley just revealed all the categories and nominees up for awards.

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The troubled development of Final Fantasy XV continues, even two years after launch. Square Enix's RPG began its development cycle as Final Fantasy Versus XIII, but after several years in development and a change of graphics engines, Hajime Tabata took over development and it was reborn as Final Fantasy XV. One controversial delay later, it would finally hit store shelves, but now Square Enix has more bad news for fans.

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As millions around the world enjoy the Old West in Red Dead Redemption 2, developer Rockstar is now celebrating an incredible milestone for one of their other popular games. Over five years after it made its debut, Grand Theft Auto V still frequents the monthly top-sellers list, continuing to push millions of copies every quarter. All those sales really stack up over time, and the evergreen title has now officially eclipsed the 100 million mark.

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Celeste is one of the most impressive and critically acclaimed games of 2018, and it made our list of must-have indies on Switch and must-see speedruns of SGDQ. If you're like us and you just can't get enough of this challenging platformer, you'll be happy to know that developer Matt Thorson (the titular developer behind the Matt Makes Games studio) seems to be hinting at future content.

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RuneScape was one hell of a game back in the day. Not only does it hold the Guinness World Record as the most popular massively multiplayer online role-playing game of all time, but its expansiveness is almost unheard of. Unfortunately, the game was forgotten in time after a bout of updates that, to most, ruined the game. Luckily, the team at Jagex gave us a revival in 2013 with the release of Old School RuneScape, a complete backup of the game's beloved circa-2007 servers. Now that version of the game is receiving a mobile port on both iOS and Android, complete with cross-platform play with PC users. And boy oh boy, does it ever work smoothly!

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Fortnite is one of the most popular games in the world right now, and developer Epic Games is using that status to attract some impressive partners. Earlier this year, Epic teamed up with Disney and the Marvel Cinematic Universe to bring Thanos and the Infinity Gauntlet to the game. Next, they'll be shifting gears from superheroes to sports by partnering with the National Football League.

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In celebration of BlizzCon, the Overwatch team released a brand new short centering around everyone's favorite anachronistic cyborg cowboy, Jesse McCree. Set in the Old West-themed map Route 66, the new short introduces not just one, but two heroes coming to Overwatch in the near future.

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It's been an interesting week for Undertale fans. Toby Fox, creator of the indie sensation, began dropping teasers about an upcoming announcement earlier this week. When the fated day came, Fox made a "survey" available for download. This free download turned out to be the first chapter of a new RPG called Delta Rune, and it left Undertale fans with countless questions. Thankfully, Fox has returned to answer some of those questions.

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Yesterday, Undertale creator Toby Fox took to Twitter to tease a mysterious, new project. A series of cryptic messages indicated that something "very, very interesting" would be revealed in 24 hours. The big reveal came today in the form of a website called Delta Rune which has a download link to something labeled "Survey Program." As it turns out, the true nature of the announcement is much more complicated than a simple survey.

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One of the most fun-looking announcements of 2018 for me has been the reveal for Team Sonic Racing. I'm not a die-hard Sonic fan or anything, but I'll be damned if Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed isn't one of the most enjoyable kart racers on the market. It's not exactly in the same vein as the Mario Kart games, but it holds its own pretty well due to its competitive and cooperative nature. That's why this particular news is a bit of a letdown: because we'll have to wait until May to get our hands on it.

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The average PC gamer pays for their own personal Christmas every time a Steam sale shows up. People often try to plan for them financially, but when they happen, it's a frenzy, and many gamers are willing to spend at least a fraction of their life savings on it. From new games priced way too low to classic titles at roughly the price of a McDonald's value pick, if they had a physical stock, it would be gone in moments. It looks like we get to plan for the remaining 2018 sales, though, thanks to a legitimate leak that reveals exactly when they'll happen.

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In the past couple of years, we've seen a lot of crazy collector's editions for AAA titles. From that Dying Light bundle that included a real zombie-proof shelter to the million dollar Saints Row IV special edition that included space travel and a Lamborghini, you can really see how much major marketing teams are stepping up their game. Devil May Cry 5 is no exception, and their special edition is nothing to scoff at.

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In just three months, Resident Evil 2 will be reborn on modern hardware, giving fans old and new alike the chance to experience the horror of Raccoon City in HD. Whether you're playing as Leon or Claire, you'll be able to kill zombies in style thanks to an assortment of alternate costumes for the game's various characters. Capcom has been showing off these new looks in a series of videos, and they also recently highlighted the game's "Noir filter."

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Capcom gave the long-running Resident Evil franchise something of a fresh start with the back-to-roots survival-horror gameplay of Resident Evil VII, and the results were impressive. Now they're taking VII's game engine and using it to revisit one of the most popular classic entries in the franchise: Resident Evil 2. How will the development team go about creating something fresh that is still true to the feel of the original? Producer Tsuyoshi Kanda addressed this topic in a recent interview.

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