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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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Here's how weird things have gotten with the AAA video game market these days: Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 made half a billion dollars in its first 72 hours on the market, and investors are unhappy. While $500 million is an insane amount of money, and certainly more than most games make in their opening weekend, it actually marks a bit of a decline for the Black Ops brand, and the result is a 7% drop in Activision stock today.

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Finally, we have a bit of good news relating to the recent Telltale closure saga. With the studio's closure, the fate of the remaining half of The Walking Dead: The Final Season hung in the balance, though the studio has been working to find a studio to finish it. All those efforts have paid off, as Skybound Games announced this weekend that they had reached a deal with Telltale to finish the two unreleased episodes.

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My Hero Academia just made a huge splash at the box office with its first feature film, and soon it's heading to the realm of video games as well. My Hero: One's Justice is already out in Japan, and in a few weeks it'll be available in the West as well. The anime fighting game boasts an extensive roster of playable heroes and villains, and that roster will continue to grow as more DLC characters are revealed.

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Telltale's closure announcement couldn't have come at a worse time for fans of The Walking Dead. The Walking Dead: The Final Season is only halfway completed but, due to the coming closure, will not currently be finished. There is hope, but only if another company swoops in to finish the remaining two episodes. As a result of this inability to complete the promised content, sales of The Walking Dead: The Final Season have been indefinitely halted across digital platforms.

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It's been 8 years since Mega Man fans have received a game in the franchise's mainline series. Since Capcom's reveal of Mega Man 11 late last year, many of the Blue Bomber's fans have been anxiously awaiting launch day, and thankfully, the wait is over. Capcom is trying to kick things into overdrive by introducing a brand-new mechanic to the game, but the biggest question still remains. Does Mega Man 11 have what it takes to make up for the long drought?

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Bethesda is gearing up to launch Fallout 76, an online-only softcore survival game that shakes up the traditional formula of the series to offer something new. Ahead of its launch, Bethesda's giving players the chance to participate in a "Break-it Early Test Application," or "B.E.T.A." that gives you access to the full game. In preparation for this, Bethesda has just released the game's opening cinematic, and they've also outlined when the B.E.T.A. is coming to various platforms.

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Last week, Telltale Games announced that they are closing down due to financial woes and lackluster sales. However, they remained mum on their current project, The Walking Dead: The Final Season. But after much anticipation, Telltale released a statement on the fate of the ultimate The Walking Dead episodes.

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2018 is almost over, which means we're only a few months away from the highly anticipated release of Kingdom Hearts III. Since we're so close to the game's launch, Square Enix has been pumping out trailers and gameplay footage like crazy at this year's Tokyo Game Show.

Recently, we got our first look at the world based around Disney's Big Hero 6. The world captures the heart of San Fransokyo and it looks like players will be facing off against the "bugs" that had invaded Jiminy's journal in Kingdom Hearts Coded. It's only been a few days since that trailer was posted, but now Square has uploaded a much longer trailer, showing off more of San Fransokyo and revealing the return of some fan-favorite characters, such as Vexen, Demyx, and Roxas.

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Hold it! If you're an Ace Attorney fan, Capcom has some exciting news. Announced earlier at Tokyo Game Show 2018, the original Ace Attorney trilogy is coming to a PC or console near you!

The trilogy includes Ace Attorney, Justice for All, and Trials and Tribulations, and will be updated with higher resolution graphics, more save slots, and a helpful check feature during investigations. The Ace Attorney trilogy will be available on Steam, PlayStation 4, Switch, and Xbox One when it launches early next year.

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Devil May Cry is back in a big way! Following months of rumors, Capcom officially unveiled the next entry in the hack-and-slash franchise at this year's E3. Two months later we got another trailer and Capcom revealed that Dante's next adventure would drop on March 8th, 2019. With Tokyo Game Show in full swing, Capcom's back with two more trailers today, including a look at a crossover with another of their popular franchises.

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The launch of Mega Man 11 is just around the corner, and Capcom is cranking up the hype. As part of their Tokyo Game Show lineup, they've just dropped two new trailers for the upcoming action-platformer. The first is an English trailer that introduces a new robot master named Tundra Man, while the latter is a much more extensive Japanese trailer that introduces the final villain, Acid Man, and gives us a good look at both of their stages and more.

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Capcom is just four months away from revitalizing one of their all-time greats for a modern audience. Resident Evil 2 will soon rise again, recreated in Resident Evil VII's RE Engine and featuring retooled gameplay, controls, and camera options. With Tokyo Game Show 2018 in full swing in Japan, Capcom has just dropped a new story trailer for the game, and you won't want to miss it!

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For too long there has been an injustice in the world of Dragon Ball FighterZ. The critically acclaimed anime-to-fighting-game adaptation has a star-studded cast of fantastic characters, but thus far a fan-favorite has been relegated to a supporting role. That's changing soon. Thanks to the latest issue of V-Jump in Japan, we now have official confirmation that Android 17 is on the way to FighterZ as a standalone character.

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