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PSN Plus features Resident Evil discounts this week

Posted: 23.04.2013 by JonahFalcon

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This week's deals for PlayStation Network Plus members includes discounts of up to 65% off games in the Resident Evil series. In addition, the puzzle-platformer Thomas Was Alone, which debuts this week on PSN, features a 20% off its launch price of $9.99 for subscribers.

Capcom is to move "more game development in-house"

Posted: 18.04.2013 by Technet2k

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Publisher Capcom isn't as sure about overseas projects anymore as they announce cancellations of multiple projects with third-party studios, citing them as "no longer compatible with the current business strategy".

They explain to investors that £46m in restructuring costs are related to those cancellations, and that moving forward they want more digital content and more in-house development.

Nvidia's latest GeForce 314.22 drivers target BioShock and Tomb Raider

Posted: 26.03.2013 by Technet2k

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Freshly baked WHQL drivers have just come out of Nvidia, which they describe as an "essential update for all GeForce GTX systems." They claim a 41% performance boost for BioShock Infinite in some cases.

Then there's the 71% of extra muscle for Crystal Dynamics' Tomb Raider. The 314.22 WHQL drivers include SLI profiles for Resident Evil 6, Dungeons & Dragons: Neverwinter and Sniper Elite.

Euro PSN content for the week features free Mass Effect 3 on PSN Plus

Posted: 06.03.2013 by JonahFalcon

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Sony has revealed this week's PlayStation Network content for European gamers, including some of the PSN Plus deals. Notably, PSN Plus Euro gamers can get Mass Effect 3 free, along with Mass Effect 2 for 10% off, presumably to celebrate the release of the Citadel DLC.

Feedback leds Masachika Kawata to "slightly revise" opinions on Resident Evil

Posted: 01.02.2013 by Technet2k

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Producer Masachika Kawata is less 'enthusiastic' with taking Resident Evil in a more action-orientated direction after feedback from their latest instalments. Although he still believes it's generally right.

Operation Raccoon City, essentially a "pure shooter" set in the RE universe, would likely do better as a sequel if they 'brought back' a lot of horror. It would bring together elements "we need".