Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Destruction has a hefty amount of content in its post-release plans for 2021. New fights, new monsties to train, and plenty more are on the way.Continue reading
After eight main entries in Capcom’s long-running series, it is no wonder why fans have been wondering if Resident Evil VIII: Village could actually it its stride the way they’d hope for the series. The truth is? We wondered the same. Find out what we thougth in our review.Continue reading
Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin is coming much earlier than expected to Nintendo Switch and PC with an official July release date as revealed during the Monster Hunter Digital Event.Continue reading
If you were ever wondering exactly how tall Lady Dimitrescu from Resident Evil Village actually is, well, way taller than any of us expected. Here’s what Art Director Tomonori Takano had to say in regards to the reception of Lady Dimitrescu.Continue reading
A free playable demo for Monster Hunter Rise will drop tonight, Capcom revealed earlier today, and to celebrate it, they’ve released an all-new trailer showing off new monsters, wyvern riding, and more.Continue reading
While fans are still digging their way through the content that Monster Hunter World: Iceborne has to offer, Capcom has revealed that two new entires will be releasing, exclusively for Switch, in 2e021.Read more
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is no stranger to the delivery of high-end content whether for free or as part of an expansion. The latest update ushers in new content including Alatreon, Frostfang Barioth, and more.
Capcom revealed during the PlayStation 5 showcase a brand-new entry into the famed Resident Evil series, which will see players enter into the eighth core entry in the series with Resident Evil Village. Here’s what you need to know.
As of today, hunters can dive into the third free title update for the critically-acclaimed Monster Hunte World: Iceborn as Capcom unleashes all-new seasonal events, a new monster variant, a number of new system updates, and more.
When Resident Evil 3: Nemesis on September 22nd, 1999, no one knew that the series could be bigger and bolder than it already is. However, that’s about to change when Resident Evil 3 drops on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC in a newly reimagined iteration of the PlayStation 1 classic.