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Resident Evil 7 Won’t Feature “Obscure” Puzzles From Demo, Pre-Orders to Come With Diapers in Belgium

If you’ve played the Resident Evil 7 biohazard demo, then chances are you’ve come across a puzzle or two that’s not only odd, but kind of confusing since most of them have no actual rhyme or reason behind them. For those worried that the full game will be full of stuff like these, then rejoice! Capcom has confirmed that “obscure puzzles” like those won’t be making an appearance in the final game! Resident Evil Producer Masachika Kawata confirms this and says the puzzles in RE7 is a “good balance.” I think compared to previous puzzles the players are going to have to think a little bit further for the puzzles but rest assured we aren’t going to include these insanely obscure puzzles that you see in the demo. We feel as though there’s a good balance in terms of the puzzles that you see in the main game. This is good news, right? In other Resident Evil 7 news, those who pre-ordered the horror game in Belgium and The Netherlands can expect a rather weird bonus — but one that might be needed — in the form of adult diapers. Yep, go check the image below. Given READ FULL STORY AT…

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Resident Evil 7 Trophy List Leaked, Free Story DLC Announced in Japan

Resident Evil 7 isn’t out until next week, but early copies have already made their way into the wild, with leaks popping up everywhere. One of the leaks is the Trophy list, which is fairly light on story spoilers, but anyone who wants to go in fresh shouldn’t read it. Posted on Imgur, and compiled by NeoGAF, the Resident Evil 7 Trophy list asks you to beat the game within four hours, beat the game without opening the Item Box more than three times, beat the game usint three or less First Aid Meds, beat the game on Madhouse difficulty, and more: Platinum Biosplattered – Unlock all trophies Gold Just Get Me Outta Here – Complete the game within 4 hours. Resource Manager – Complete the game without opening the Item Box more than 3 times. Walk it Off – Complete the game using only 3 First Aid Meds or less. Silver Who’s Your Daddy Now? – Complete the game on Madhouse. Less Is More – Take down two or more enemies with one shot. Out Before Dessert – Complete the “Happy Birthday” videotape within 5 minutes. Pelicans in Your Pocket – Obtain all of the Antique Coins in Madhouse difficulty. The READ FULL…

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Resident Evil 7 Season Pass Given Further Details, PS4 Download Size Revealed

Priced at $29.99 USD on its own, or $89.99 USD bundled with the game, the Resident Evil 7 Season Pass includes Banned Footage Vol. 1, Banned Footage Vol. 2, and an additional story episode. According to Steam’s listing, all Season Pass DLC will be made available by December 31, 2017. Here’s what else Steam says about the contents of the Season Pass: Banned Footage Vol. 1 Nightmare Bedroom Ethan Must Die Banned Footage Vol. 2 21 Daughters Jack’s 55th Birthday Additional Story Episode As the PlayStation Store’s description for the Deluxe Edition adds, each Banned Footage DLC includes “two unique scenarios and an extra bonus mode.” With Resident Evil 7 releasing next week, the European PlayStation Store has updated to reveal that the download size is 20.6GB. An unlock time for Europe wasn’t listed, but North American gamers will be able to play it beginning at 12am ET on January 24. By pre-ordering Resident Evil 7, you’ll receive a piece of DLC that includes an instant unlock of the “insanely difficult” Madhouse mode (normally unlocked after beating the game), as well as a Lucky Coin and healing items. Resident Evil 7 releases on January 24 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. [Source: Steam, PlayStation Store (1), (2), READ FULL STORY…

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Resident Evil 7: Biohazard’s Season Pass Revealed and Detailed

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New Resident Evil 7 Trailer Welcomes You Home

[embedded content] “Come inside into the warm, friend. You’re late for supper, and it’s about time we introduced you to our little family,” says a description provided with the brief but creepy new Resident Evil 7 biohazard “Welcome Home” trailer above. “Home is safe. Home is love… Welcome home!” it continues. Resident Evil 7 is out on January 24 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. As recently announced, folks in the US who pre-order the game now (or have already pre-ordered) via GameStop will receive a free digital copy of Resident Evil: Retribution movie. Those who pre-ordered or intend to pre-order via PlayStation Network will receive 40 percent off the HD movie bundle Resident Evil Collection on the PlayStation Store. For more on the upcoming title, check out our dedicated game hub here. Less than two weeks to go! Are our readers looking forward to Resident Evil 7? Let us know if you’ll be picking it up. READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!

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Resident Evil 7 Gets New Trailer Welcoming Players into the Family

Capcom launched a new trailer for the first-person horror game Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on January 24 in North America and Europe, and January 26 in Japan. …Read More The post Resident Evil 7 Gets New Trailer Welcoming Players into the Family by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.

Resident Evil 7 Pre-Order Now Includes Bonus for Resident Evil Movies

Those who need another incentive to pre-order Resident Evil 7 biohazard, look no further. Capcom has announced a Resident Evil 7 pre-order bonus that ties in with the Resident Evil movie franchise. Available for U.S. customers only, those who pre-order Resident Evil 7 from GameStop will get a digital copy of Resident Evil: Retribution movie for free. Those going digital will also get something, too. And before anyone asks, those who already pre-ordered will also receive the bonuses as well. For PS4 and Xbox One pre-orders at GameStop – you’ll receive a redemption code printed on your receipt when you pick up the game to download a digital copy of the Resident Evil: Retribution movie. PlayStation 4 pre-orders will receive a code to download the movie on VUDU, redeemable through the VUDU app on PS4, and Xbox One pre-orders will receive a code for the movie redeemable through the Xbox Store. This offer is available for both pre-orders and purchases of Resident Evil 7 biohazard in the United States through February 6th, 2017. For Xbox Store digital pre-orders – you’ll receive a redemption code via the Xbox Live message center to download the Resident Evil: Retribution movie. The code will…

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Resident Evil 7 Collector’s Edition Finger-Shaped USB Looks Kind of Funny

In case you missed the memo, Resident Evil 7 biohazard is getting a $180 GameStop-exclusive Collector’s Edition that comes with a USB doll finger. The item was recently handed out as part of a promotion for Japan’s Biohazard Ambassador program, which ended up revealing what the USB looks like. And let’s just say, it doesn’t exactly look like a damaged finger. Photos available below for your viewing pleasure. Interesting. Anyway, here are the other items that the Collector’s Edition comes with: Resident Evil 7 biohazard Base Game Mansion Music Box (8” Tall) that plays a sample of Aunt Rhody with accompanying LED effects. Exclusive Metal Case VHS Tape Box Exclusive Lithograph Creepy Note Premium Packaging In GameStop’s own words: This is also your chance to own the dummy finger, the very same one that has haunted fans since the game’s announcement. Resident Evil 7 biohazard is out on January 24 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The game also recently received an officially licensed “4D VR candle” among other merchandise, which you can check out here. [Source: Biohazard Official (Twitter) via Kotaku] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!

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Resident Evil 7: The Experience Happening in London Later This Month

[embedded content] In case you can’t get enough Resident Evil 7 biohazard stuff and you’re in London, then you might want to try Resident Evil 7: The Experience which looks like one of those escape room things but with a Resident Evil flavor. Watch the trailer to see what’s in store and those interested can try it on January 20-23 and entrance will be free on a strictly first-come, first served basis. Additionally, people who manage to be selected will also be able to play a demo version of Resident Evil 7 ahead of the full game’s release. Here’s the info straight from the press release: Following a storyline inspired by the new game, Resident Evil™ 7: The Experience will be a 45-minute immersive experience drawing inspiration from the cult game’s return to its survival horror roots. Set in a haunted and dilapidated venue in the heart of London’s East End, those brave enough to enter will take on the part of investigative journalist interns helping a paranormal TV production team investigate the disappearance of their crew members who never returned from the house. Mirroring the unsettling nature of the game, participants will be faced with a web of READ…

Resident Evil 7 Producer Discusses the Series Switch to First-Person

Resident Evil 7 biohazard will mark the major change that Capcom’s beloved survival horror series needed. The title represents a lot of firsts for the franchise, as it’s the first game in the series to support virtual reality, and switches from a third-person perspective to a first-person view. This decision has seen both a lot of support from fans and backlash, but it’s clear Capcom felt a change was needed. We now know more about the decision to make such a drastic change as Resident Evil 7‘s  producer Masachika Kawata spoke to Game Informer about it. “When we decided on the direction of focusing on horror, we thought that having a first-person perspective would be the most effective way to fully immerse the player in the experience,” revealed Kawata. “By making the player the main character, we believe they’ll be able to have a more personal connection to what’s going on and experience survival horror like never before.” Kawata was also asked if Resident Evil 7 could use ideas that past first-person Resident Evil spin-offs (such as Umbrella Chronicles) implemented. Here’s what he told Game Informer: “They are similar in terms of both having a first-person camera perspective, but they’re fundamentally two different types of games:…

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January 2017 PS4, PSVR & PS Vita New Releases in North America & Europe

2017 kicks off with a fairly busy month featuring games like Resident Evil 7 biohazard, Gravity Rush 2, Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue, Tales of Berseria, Digimon World: Next Order, Yakuza 0, Dynasty Warriors: Godseekers, the first DLC pack for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, and more. Since there isn’t anything scheduled to release on PlayStation 3 in January, we haven’t included the category this time around. In fact, 2017 should be a slow year for PS3 owners in general, as the next big PS3 game with a confirmed release date is Persona 5 in April. As of right now, here’s everything scheduled to release next month; for an up to the minute list, head over to our January 2017 new releases page, which we keep up to date: PlayStation 4 Games North America MX vs. ATV Supercross Encore 2017 Official Track Edition (Retail) – January 4 Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone (PSN) – January 10 Spheroids (PSN, cross-buy) – January 10 Road Redemption (PSN) – January 15 2064: Read Only Memories (PSN) – January 17 Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star (Retail & PSN) – January 17 Siegecraft Commander (PSN) – January 17 Gravity Rush 2 (Retail & PSN) – January 20 Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final…

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Resident Evil 7 Will Support 1080p/60fps on PS4 and Xbox One, Confirms Producer

Resident Evil 7 biohazard producer Masachika Kawata has confirmed in an interview with GamingBolt that the upcoming horror title will run at 1080p and 60 frames-per-second on both, the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Additionally, the game will support HDR on the standard PS4, PS4 Pro and Xbox One S. Elsewhere, Kawata spoke to the publication about PS4 Pro and the upcoming Xbox One Scorpio, stating that it’s important for manufacturers to first ensure that consumers are just as excited about the new hardware as they are. When it comes to new hardware, I think that the biggest takeaway is just making sure that it’s not just one party that is excited about this product. It really has to be a mutual interest on both the manufactures side, publisher side, [and] consumer side. And only when everyone is on board and everyone’s excited for the product does it allow the opportunity to expand the game industry and the user base. Because otherwise it’s just a lot of extra effort on our side. Resident Evil 7 is out on January 24 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. A recent leak ended up revealing the game’s plot details and DLC plans. [Source: GamingBolt]…

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Resident Evil 7 Demo Files Reveal Plot Details, DLC Plans

Capcom released the Resident Evil 7 demo Beginning Hour on Steam this week, and now new information is known about the upcoming horror game. This is due to hackers who looked into the game’s files to learn more. New details include a possible returning character from the series’ past (although this seems unlikely), and the upcoming DLC plans. The information that is making the most rounds online are files that indicate a character named Albert is in the game. That has naturally led to some people to guess that it’s a returning Albert Wesker, who was thought to be dead. Here are the files in question: HandGun_Albert_RewardShotgun_AlbertWeaponHandgunAlbertAppendLastBossFinishGetGunLastBossGetAlbertAlbertInteractAlbertGetAlbertWeaponAlbertDamageCountisDamagedByAlbert It’s worth noting that the NeoGAF poster that found these files says there is no relation to Wesker, and that it “sounds like it’s just his guns appear in the game.” Nobody can be for certain until the game is out next year, so don’t celebrate or mourn the return of Wesker just yet. Other new details go into the game’s upcoming four DLC packs. According to the files, the first set of content will be a puzzle-based chapter. The second one revolves around some sort of card game, and the third DLC is a survival…

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Here’s the 19 PS4 Games You Have to Play in 2017, According to PlayStation Access

[embedded content] PlayStation Access has released their annual list of PlayStation 4 games you must play in the upcoming year, giving you a look at 19 games coming in 2017. Keeping in mind that games not confirmed for 2017 weren’t included, here’s the full list – which appears to be presented in no particular order – complete with the release date/window for each title: Red Dead Redemption 2 (PS4) – Fall 2017 Horizon Zero Dawn (PS4) – February 28, 2017 Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom (PS4) – 2017 Resident Evil 7 biohazard (PS4) – January 24, 2017 Uncharted: The Lost Legacy (PS4) – 2017 Persona 5 (PS4) – April 4, 2017 Prey (PS4) – 2017 Star Trek: Bridge Crew (PSVR) – March 14, 2017 Mass Effect Andromeda (PS4) – Spring 2017 Farpoint (PSVR) – 2017 Ghost Recon Wildlands (PS4) – March 7, 2017 Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy (PS4) – 2017 NieR: Automata (PS4) – March 7, 2017 Star Wars Battlefront 2 (PS4) – Late 2017 Nioh (PS4) – February 7, 2017 Gravity Rush 2 (PS4) – January 20, 2017 Outlast 2 (PS4) – Q1 2017 Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age (PS4) – 2017 Gran Turismo Sport (PS4) – 2017…