Sony is Brilliant for Doing This Move!

Sony Interactive Entertainment is giving you a good reason to not leave your house during unfortunate event occuring in the world at present. Additionally, SIE will be using $10 million US to help indie developers that are having financial trouble.

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/

Microsoft Removes Breath of the Wild Listing from the Microsoft Store

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was listed on the Microsoft Store in Europe. However though, Microsoft took action and has since taken down the listing. It is still fairly funny to see it on the platform, though. This has happened numerous times in the past before; one example of this happen was when Super Mario Bros. was disguised as Lep’s Craft World. It was a game available in China and the US. When clicked on in the Windows Store, it would show screenshots of a seamlessly customized version Super Mario Bros. for NES.

For those that want an official version of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the game is available for Nintendo Switch, as well as the Wii U. All of its DLC is released now and can be purchased on the Nintendo eShop. One other thing, the sequel is in development and will be coming soon.

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Microsoft Store

Spawn Wave

Nate Janc (Nintendo Prime)

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.

Final Fantasy VII Remake – The Game Awards 2019 Trailer

Xbox Series X Reveal – The Game Awards 2019 Trailer

Control Wins Best Art Direction | The Game Awards 2019

Reggie Fils-Aime Speech – The Game Awards 2019

Sekiro Shadows Die Twice Game of the Year The Game Awards 2019

Nintendo Switch Has Shipped 36.87 Million SKU’s

The numbers are in! As of June 30, Nintendo has shipped 36.87 million Switch SKU’s worldwide. Its software also continues to do well. 210.13 million units have shipped.

On the other hand, Nintendo 3DS is an older handheld from the company. The device reached a total lifetime number of 75.28 million. Its software is at 379.60 million. Not many people are buying a 3DS anymore as it is older and getting fewer and fewer games.

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Nintendo Switch Has Shipped 36.87 Million SKUs Worldwide

The numbers are in! As of June 30, Nintendo has shipped 36.87 million Switch SKU’s worldwide. Its software also continues to do well. 210.13 million units have shipped.

On the other hand, Nintendo 3DS is an older handheld from the company. The device reached a total lifetime number of 75.28 million. Its software is at 379.60 million. Not many people are buying a 3DS anymore as it is older and getting fewer and fewer games.

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Nintendo Switch Lite Will Launch 20 September

Nintendo announced that a new version of the Switch will be releasing later this year. There was a six minute YouTube video about the Nintendo Switch Lite. Nintendo Switch Lite will be a little different than the base Switch. For example, the Joy-Cons cannot be taken out from the system. There also will not be HD Rumble or a camera on the right side where it would be on the Joy-Con. However, there will be a D-pad.

Since the Switch Lite is designed to be more of a portable console, it will only be able to play in handheld mode. Docking will not be an option but that will not be a problem for everyone, though.

Nintendo Switch Lite will be releasing 20 September for $199.99 USD / $259.99 CAD. It will be cheaper than the base Switch. There will also be three colours. The choice of colours right now ar yellow, grey, and turquoise.

Which colour will you be getting of the Switch Lite? Will you be getting one or hold out until the Switch PRO or Switch 2? Let everyone know in the comments.

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Nintendo Official Website