Resident Evil 7 biohazard‘s virtual reality mode has been quite a success for Capcom. It earned a lot of praise from users and critics alike, with many noting that it’s the scariest VR experience out there. However, adding VR support came with its own set of unique challenges to Capcom and although the risk paid off, Lead VR Engineer Kazuhiro Takahara says that it sometimes felt like “working on two games” simultaneously. In an interview published on Gamasutra, he revealed: We ran into a variety of challenges: not being able to use prior development experience as a foundation, not being able to lean on still-camera cut-scenes, not being able to rely on old control scheme conventions. Because of this, ‘it feels like working on two games’ was a pretty common sentiment felt by the development staff. Capcom then set up a dedicated VR team, members of which comprised of R&D staff who had “tinkered with VR technology” before. “We had to make a lot of modifications to the system programming and assets to work with both VR and non-VR,” explained Takahara. That said, the studio is well pleased with the results, and found the idea of a VR version very appealing. READ FULL STORY…
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If you still haven’t picked up Capcom’s excellent Resident Evil 7 biohazard when it launched in January, then your waiting has paid off! Presently, online retailer Amazon has a Resident Evil 7 sale for the PlayStation 4, which puts it at a discounted rate of $39.99 for a brand new, physical copy! Not bad, right? You can check it out here. Still on the fence? Go check out our Resident Evil 7 review, and see why it managed to nab an impressive 9/10 score and an Editor’s Choice award. Yeah, it’s really that good. Heck, it has already shipped over three million units as of early last month, even. Saw a good deal online? Let us know in the comments or send us an email so we can alert everyone. READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
It’s Wednesday Folks which can only mean one thing: Media Create has released its weekly sales charts of the Japanese market. For the week starting February 20, 2017, and ending February 26th, the top down on the …Read More The post NieR: Automata and PS4 Top Japanese Sales This Week According to Media Create by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
The 8th week of the 2017 UK Sales Charts are in, and like the 7th week, Ubisoft’s new IP, For Honor, is top dog, holding off Creative Assembly and 343 Industries’ Halo Wars 2. …Read More The post For Honor Tops the UK Sales Charts for Second Straight Week by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
Capcom announced today that both volumes of the Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Banned Footage DLC are now available to purchase on Xbox One and Steam after being available exclusively on PS4 for a limited time. …Read More The post Resident Evil 7 Banned Footage DLC Launches on Xbox One and Steam by Tomas Franzese appeared first on DualShockers.
The 7th week of the 2017 UK Sales Charts are in, and unlike the 6th week, Rockstar’s GTA V is no longer sitting at the top, with Ubisoft’s new IP For Honor now holding that honor. …Read More The post For Honor Takes Top Spot on the UK Sales Charts This Week; Sniper Elite 4 Comes in Second by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
Yesterday, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard’s second piece of DLC, Banned Footage Vol. 2 released onto PS4, costing $14.99 USD if you haven’t purchased either the Season Pass or Deluxe Edition. …Read More The post Resident Evil 7’s Banned Footage Vol. 2 DLC Out; Here’s What it Adds by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
Today is Wednesday folks, which can only mean one thing: Media Create has released its weekly sales charts of the Japanese market. For the week starting February 6, 2017, and ending February 12th, the two victors are …Read More The post Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 3 Professional and PS4 Top Japanese Sales This Week According to Media Create by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
In preparation for tomorrow’s Banned Footage Vol. 2 DLC, which will cost $14.99 USD if you don’t have the Season Pass, Capcom has released Resident Evil 7 update 1.02 on PlayStation 4. According to the PS4’s Update History, here’s the patch notes for update 1.02: “now supports add-ons, new Trophies added, fixed certain bugs and issues.” Players didn’t say how big of a download the new update is. It looks like Banned Footage Vol. 2 includes eight new Trophies to unlock. Three of them ask you to complete 21 on different difficulties, while another asks you to get an S rank or higher on all stages in Jack’s 55th birthday. You can see the full spoiler-filled Trophy list over here. Banned Footage Vol. 2 comes with two tapes – 21 and Daughters – and a “comical extra game mode,” Jack’s 55th Birthday. Jack’s 55th Birthday doesn’t support PlayStation VR. Resident Evil 7 has shipped more than three million copies since launch last month. The current player total (only counts those who enabled the in-game data transmission option) is at 1.37 million, while the VR user total is at 129,000. Xbox One and PC will get both pieces of Banned Footage DLC on February 21. [Source: Reddit (1), (2), (3), Resident Evil] READ FULL STORY…
The 6th week of the 2017 UK Sales Charts are in, and unlike the 5th week Capcom’s Resident Evil 7: Biohazard is no longer top dog, with Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V stripping away the number …Read More The post UK Sales Charts: GTA V Becomes One of Five Titles to Claim 12 Number Ones; NiOh Debuts at Number Two by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
Resident Evil 7 has shipped 500,000 copies since launch, bringing total worldwide shipments to more than three million units, Capcom announced today. As a result, the Resident Evil franchise is now at 76 million units sold lifetime. “By incorporating broadly scoped innovations and refocusing on horror, the title earned numerous high-scoring reviews from around the globe and garnered attention from fans who also highly praised the game, leading it to exceed three million units shipped,” Capcom said. They’ll “continue to expand interest and demand” for Resident Evil 7 by releasing DLC. The next piece of add-on content is Banned Footage Vol. 2, which arrives on February 14 for $14.99 USD. Capcom didn’t say how many copies of Resident Evil 7 have been sold-through to consumers, but the stats tracking website says there’s 1.3 million total players and 121,000 VR users. As a reminder, stats are only taken from players who have enabled the in-game data transmission option. It was also revealed by Capcom that the latest movie, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, “has had a strong performance worldwide,” and the series is now over one billion dollars worldwide. With this milestone, “the Resident Evil film series boasts the all-time top box office gross of any film series based on a video game to…
Today, Capcom announced that worldwide shipments to retail for its recently released horror game Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, the latest installment in the iconic Resident Evil franchise, for PS4, PlayStation VR, PC, and Xbox One have surpassed …Read More The post Resident Evil 7 Has Now Shipped 3 Million Copies Worldwide by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
Thanks to a quiet week, Resident Evil 7 for PlayStation 4 was easily able to remain in 1st place on the software chart, selling 52,700 copies and bringing its lifetime total to 240,000. The most notable new release, Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Road to Boruto for PS4, opened in 6th with 9,200 copies sold. Even with a drop of 2,000 week-on-week, PS4 was still the #1 selling system, beating the New 3DS LL by 10,000 units. PS Vita and PS4 Pro finished in 3rd and 4th, each moving over 9,500 units. According to Media Create, here’s the 20 best-selling retail games, along with how each system sold in Japan from January 30 to February 5, 2017: Games (Lifetime) Resident Evil 7: biohazard (Grotesque Ver. included) (PS4) – 52,665 (239,971) Pokemon Sun/Pokemon Moon (3DS) – 19,831 (3,132,451) Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World (3DS) – 13,058 (70,482) Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS (3DS) – 11,585 (952,704) Yo-kai Watch 3: Sukiyaki (3DS) – 11,509 (653,756) Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Road to Boruto (PS4) – 9,204 Gravity Rush 2 (PS4) – 8,518 (98,677) BoxBoy! Stuffed Box (3DS) – 7,582 Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony (PSV) – 6,631 (108,475) Grand Theft Auto V (Low Price READ FULL…
It’s Wednesday folks, which means that Media Create has released its weekly sales charts of the Japanese market. For the week starting January 30th, 2017, and ending February 5th, the PS4 has once again topped the hardware …Read More The post Resident Evil 7 and PS4 Top Japanese Sales For Second Straight Week According to Media Create by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.