Resident Evil 4 Remake Might Be in Development

According to My Nintendo News and VGC, a remake for Resident Evil 4 may be in development. M-Two is reportedly developing the game. They have been around since 2018. Therefore, it may have already been in development for some time now.

I have talked to multiple people that have played the original RE4 ( I have also played the game) and they say the game does not need a remake. I would have to agree with them for the most part. RE4 is my favourite game in the franchise and while I would still be interested in playing the game again as a remake, the game is already great.

One thing I would like to see is for CAPCOM and M-Two to add in a dodge mechanic, similar to what RE3make has. Another thing I want is to experience the game running on the RE7 engine; it was used for Resident Evil VII: Biohazard, RE2make, and RE3make. In a way, it would still be cool to see a remake instead of the company porting remasters to newer platforms. At the same time though, the original is a masterpiece for many gamers around the globe.

Do you think Resident Evil 4 should be remade? Let us all know your thoughts!

Sources:

My Nintendo News: https://mynintendonews.com/2020/04/12/vgc-rumour-resident-evil-4-remake-in-development/

VGC: https://www.videogameschronicle.com/news/resident-evil-4-remake/

The Game Awards Now on YouTube

In case you missed it, you can watch the full livestream of The Game Awards above. Additionally, below are edited clips of my favorite parts of TGA. Let everyone know what was your favorite part at The Game Awards. Thanks for reading.

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Come Watch The Game Awards LIVE On Twitch

I will be covering The Game Awards on Twitch throughout the evening. Be sure to head on over to Twitch for all of the coverage, commentary, and reactions. Also be sure to check out the official website for The Game Awards for information on the nominations.

Come Watch The Game Awards LIVE On Twitch At 8:30 pm ET

I will be covering The Game Awards on Twitch throughout the evening. Be sure to head on over to Twitch for all of the coverage, commentary, and reactions. Also be sure to check out the official website for The Game Awards for information on the nominations.

Red Dead Redemption II is Coming to PC on November 5

Rockstar Games put out the announcement that Red Dead Redemption II will release for PC on Humble Bundle, the Epic Games Store, and Rockstar Games Launcher on Tuesday November 5, with a Steam version to follow in December. The game originally released back in 2018 for for PlayStation 4 and Xbox ONE. It will also be releasing on Google Stadia at a later date. As for a Nintendo Switch version, no news was given on this topic. Maybe it will launch on Nintendo Switch Pro.

When pre-purchased on the Rockstar Games Launcher, users will get two free Rockstar Games on the Rockstar Games Launcher of their choice for free. This ranges from Grand Theft Auto III, San Andreas, Vice City, Bully: Scholarship Edition , LA Noire: The Complete Edition, and Max Payne 3: The Complete Edition. It is a bit of a mess. Watch the video above for more details.

In addition to free games, Red Dead Online will be included. The package for Red Dead Redemption II will receive everything that the console version included on PlayStation 4 and Xbox ONE back in 2018. The game launches on PC on November 5.

For more information, head on over to Rockstar Games.

The Nintendo Switch Was the Best Selling Console and Here Are the Best Selling Games in the United States & Canada | NPD Numbers For July 2019

Best Selling Console

The NPD Group has released sales numbers for the gaming industry sales a few days early this time for July. It looks like the Nintendo Switch was the best selling console last month.

Video Games

Keep in mind that this list is for physical sales. Half of the games on this list were either published or developed by Nintendo. However, Electronic Arts’s Madden NFL 20 topped the list As for Nintendo, Fire Emblem: Three Houses came in second place with Super Mario Maker 2 in third. Other games that made the list were Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order, Minecraft from Mojang and Microsoft, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Grand Theft Auto V from RockStar Games, a game from Warner Bros. Interactive being Mortal Kombat 11, Mario Kart 8 (Deluxe for Switch), and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild in tenth place.

In terms of sales, it looks like this was a good month for Nintendo in North America. Five of the ten best selling video games last month were published by Nintendo. Come back in next month to check out the sales for August.

Sources:

NPD Group

Mat Piscatella

ESRB Has a New Design to the Website and It Drops the EC for Early Childhood Rating

The website for the Entertainment Software Rating Board (better known as the ESRB) has an all new layout. Things are much more organized on there now. One thing that was just discovered was the absence of the listing of EC for Early childhood rating. Well, it turns out I was able to get in contact with @ESRB via Twitter and they confirmed that that rating has been dropped.

You can view the updated website here.