Resident Evil 3 Gets Loads of New Screenshots Focusing on Characters

The latest round of images from Resident Evil 3 focus on showing off the characters that you’ll come across in the game.

Alongside unveiling a new trailer for Resident Evil 3 earlier today, Capcom has also released a slew of new images showing off more locations and characters from the upcoming remake.

In total, over a dozen new pictures from Resident Evil 3 have been released today. Like the trailer that launched earlier this morning, many of these screenshots show off the game’s iconic antagonist Nemesis. Some of the few images that we see of Nemesis show him holding his rocket launcher, another where he is on fire, and even one where he is picking up Jill Valentine off of the ground with his aforementioned bazooka.

We also see a variety of other characters in these screenshots, too...

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PlayStation NYC event has fans thinking it’ll host PS5 reveal

Is Sony quietly hinting at a PS5 reveal at this NYC event?

Sony has announced it’s a hosting month-long celebration event at its Sony Square NYC store called Experience PlayStation. It kicks off today and will remain until February 16.

Although the event’s page explicitly states it’s focused on PS4 and PS VR titles, the timing has fans wondering if it’ll be capped off with a PS5 reveal.

PS4, as you may recall, was first unveiled at a February 20, 2013 event in New York Sony dubbed PlayStation Meeting. This is partially why some are suggesting Sony may be officially revealing PS5 at this year’s event.

The last time Sony showed off a new console in New York was the PS4 Pro event, which took place at the – now closed – PlayStation Theater in September, 2016...

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Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments Returns to PS4 Stores

After being delisted from digital storefronts by Focus Home Interactive, Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments has finally come back to PS4.

Back in September of last year, Frogwares revealed that many of its games, including Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments, were delisted from digital storefronts by Focus Home Interactive. The developer had been concerned that their flagship title Sherlock Holmes would not be salvageable due to various technical reasons. But a small internal team worked to rebuild the game for submission and now it’s available again for PS4 storefronts.

According to a new statement from the developers: “As a flagship title for Frogwares, [Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments‘] return helps ensure the studio will remain afloat as it continues its push into self-...

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Assassin’s Creed Ragnarok leak reveals possible details

A series of new Assassin’s Creed Ragnarok leaks, including a store listing and a 4chan leak, have revealed potential details about the series’ next game. This news comes a month ahead of its rumored, PS5-related reveal in February.

Following an Italian GameStop listing for “Assassin’s Creed Ragnarok – Mjolnir Edition” last week, an anonymous post on 4chan detailed many aspects of the game’s mechanics and story. According to the post, the game will launch on both current- and next-gen consoles in September 2020. The leak also said Ragnarok will feature several returning features, such as the hidden blade and the ability to blend in with crowds of civilians, as well as new ones, like four-player co-op and weapon durability...

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30 Big PS4 (and PS5) Games Coming in 2020

2020 starts off with a Kamehameha blast and not let up for the weeks and months to come.We’re running down all the major announced games with release dates or projected 2020 release windows that we can’t wait to play in 2020. Note: this doesn’t cover every game coming out on PS4 (and PS5 next year), but more so the biggest ones we want to play. Of course, be sure to let us know what you’re looking forward to most in 2020, and stay tuned to IGN’s weekly PlayStation show, Podcast Beyond!, for a rundown of all the big releases and much more.

Now, let’s get on with the list:

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

Release date: Jan. 17

Bandai Namco kicks off the year with the first major Dragon Ball Z action-RPG in a long while, offering an expansive encapsulation of the DBZ saga, with plenty of c...

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Final Fantasy 7 Remake Demo Reportedly Launches Same Day as full game

Square Enix seemingly plans to release the Final Fantasy 7 Remake Demo when the hype around the game will be maximal, on release day.

If you wanted to try out the Final Fantasy 7 Remake Demo before the game itself to satiate some of your hype, it seems like you’ll have to deal with the hunger until March 3. According to our fellow journalists at Gamespot, Square Enix will launch Final Fantasy 7 Remake Demo on the PSN the same day as the full game, on March 3, 2020.

Square Enix’s strategy isn’t to give anyone a taste of the game before release but to let anyone try out the game’s first minutes for free when the hype will be maximal on release day. The day of reckoning, when every streamer and their cat will be on the game...

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Apex Legends Voice Actors Aren’t Credited in Game, Call for Change

Apex Legends’ voice actors aren’t listed in the game credits, which has spurred fans to call for change and have them credited.

Respawn Entertainment’s 2019 Battle Royale hit Apex Legends seems to be generating some traction in regards to crediting the voice actors. Those who know Apex Legends will know that the game features a lot of dialogue, ranging from individual character phrases for weapons, items, and quips, and more.

One Reddit user posted about how half a year ago they reached out to developers, PR, and EA to mention that the voice actors for the game aren’t listed on the credits page. Despite efforts, they claim they haven’t had a response, and as a result, the voice actors still aren’t listed on the page.

The thread has a mixture of comments, as you’d expect...

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Call of Duty 2020 Won’t Have Jetpacks

Over the past few years, Call of Duty has dabbled in futuristic settings (to say the least) with much more frequency than it did in its earlier years, and though 2019’s Modern Warfare was a decidedly more grounded and realistic shooter, there’s no telling whether the series’ 2020 instalment will follow that same trend. One thing we can be sure of, though, is that the next Call of Duty won’t have jetpacks… probably.

Taking recently to Twitter, David Vonderhaar of Treyarch said (quite emphatically) in response to a fan asking whether there will be jetpacks in the next Call of Duty that that wouldn’t be the case...

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Enter the Gungeon Passes Three Million Sold, Exit the Gungeon Coming to PC and Consoles Early 2020

Enter the Gungeon continues to rake in sales and, to celebrate, developer Dodge Roll Games has two release window announcements for all your Gunheads.

Developer Dodge Roll Games is having quite the Tuesday. The team took to Twitter today to announce a boatload of new information. Most notably, they revealed that their hit roguelike Enter the Gungeon has now surpassed three million copies sold. Those are big numbers for a relatively small team. However, that was far from the only thing Dodge Roll revealed.

Exit the Gungeon originally launched exclusively with Apple Arcade in October 2019. The spin-off plays somewhat similarly to Enter the Gungeon except that you are now traversing up platforms to get back out of the Gungeon...

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Grand Theft Auto 5 Easter Egg May Hint at GTA 6 Setting

It’s well known that Rockstar Games likes to tease future projects by putting hard to find and equivocal Easter Eggs in their current games. That said, a possible new Easter Egg in Grand Theft Auto V has been discovered, and many GTA fans seem to think it could possibly be hinting at the location of GTA 6. As you may know, the current rumors floating around Grand Theft Auto VI — which hasn’t been officially announced yet — is that it’s taking players back to Vice City (Miami), and also taking players to South America for the first time. In other words, the game will feature multiple locations...

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