Resident Evil 5 has been through quite a bit, from racism accusations to the DLC debacle. As it turns out, the... posted Aug 25, 10 6:16am
[image1 link=yes width=345 height=194] Pow! Right in the kisser! Josh Stone and Excella Gionne are two... posted Jan 28, 10 10:01pm
Remember Excella Gionne? Yeah, she didn't do too much, but Capcom has added her to the new "Mercenaries Reunion"... posted Jan 21, 10 8:39pm
The new Resident Evil 5 bonus missions will be coming in March, with new costumes for Chris and Sheva arriving on... posted Jan 15, 10 8:58pm
No new details for the upcoming Resident Evil 5 DLC -- or "Gold Edition" if you're looking at a disc copy -- have... posted Dec 11, 09 10:44am
So if you haven't already heard, Capcom is planning to put out new Resident Evil 5 content, which Japan will be... posted Nov 10, 09 8:20pm
It's that time of year again guy, so you're getting our annual holiday guide. Yes, Neoseeker's Holiday Guide 2009 - Part 1 is now published! But isn't it kinda early for that sort of thing? Hell no, because we're just getting started. As December draws near, we'll be posting the rest of our Holiday Guide piece by piece.
Each time, we'll include hardware and video games our staff gave stellar reviews for. You'll find everything meticulously categorized by use and genre for your convenience. Whether you're looking to reward yourself or for a gift to someone else, our guides should have something to suit your needs! From Halo 3: ODST to Guitar Hero, Uncharted 2 to Pokemon Platinum...
Again, we'll have more guides coming soon. But if you have a product in mind that we haven't covered, go ahead and ask about it. Major holiday titles are also on the way and will no doubt appear in future 2009 guides.
LINK: Neoseeker's Holiday Guide 2009 - Part 1
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Tuesday, September 15, marks the arrival of Resident Evil 5 on PC in North America. As such, Capcom is... posted Sep 14, 09 10:26pm
For those who are interesting (and I know you all are), here's the link:
Enjoy the read, because I'm half dead from it... even shoved some news on the front page. You'll read the review and like it too!
Overall a solid game, I thought, but you'll need to click the link for more information. Capcom included a lot of disclaimers in the review guides, telling us what not to reveal and all that... but honestly, it's Capcom. The spoilers people have been posting online can be guessed within a few minutes into Resident Evil 5.
But like I said, a good game, and I highly recommend it. And in case you were wondering, I did finish it, it some help from a friend (co-op test subject) who probably hates video games forever now.
Now I must go consume Korean bbq and gorge on tonkatsu. And perhaps take a well-deserved nap afterward.
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So it's February 1 and because today is a Sunday, I've posted yet another Sunday Musing -- formerly known as Sunday Special.
Played a lot of Left 4 Dead maybe a week ago, and recently the Resident Evil 5 demo popped up on my radar. It's a hell of a fun demo, especially with the co-op. All this has inspired today's topic, which is co-op and survival horror games. I personally think co-op can take the "horror" out of things, but that doesn't mean I don't like being able to play co-op with my friends. I LOVE co-op, to be honest, and it's added a whole new level of enjoyment to Resident Evil for me. I wasn't that interested in the fifth game, even after seeing it at E3, but after trying the demo out with a good friend, this game has really jumped to the top of my list.
It's so damn fun, so who cares if it's not scary?
But anyway, if you've got the time, have a read and leave a comment:
May your preferred team win on this Super Bowl Sunday. I'll be taking advantage of the empty streets and going out. Chumps.
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