Resident Evil Revelations 3 Rumored to be Switch Time Exclusive

When the rumor first broke, I had a good laugh at Sony’s expense. Despite having bought exclusive marketing rights for Resident Evil Village, the console manufacturer has consistently dropped the ball hyping the game up. All the worse are leaks revealing the game intends to kill off its male lead in a Metroidvania style game.

In fairness to the game, several versions have been shown to play testers with the script apparently in flux, so by the time of release, Ethan may be spared his death just as Chris was spared the character assassination he was set to receive.

From the same leaks, we know several Resident Evil games are in development, but relevant to this leak is the development of Outrage and Apocalypse. Long time Resident Evil insider Dusk Golem has come forward with new information about the upcoming title. In his posts on Twitter, he claims the game will be Revelations 3 and be a timed exclusive for the Switch.

More interesting than exclusivity is the claim the game will feature Rebecca Chambers as the main character. In the Resident Evil timeline after Raccoon City, Rebecca has left the combat to her former colleagues and focuses her efforts on research.

During the A-Virus outbreak in New York, which occurred in the panned Resident Evil: Vendetta CGI movie Rebecca was the one who synthesized the cure to the A-Virus with her techno-sorcery. That’s only partially a joke; the movie is considered horrible for numerous reasons.

This brings up an interesting concern. Will Resident Evil Vendetta be treated as canon by Capcom? Capcom has a habit of releasing products they boast are canon to the Resident Evil mythos, only to reverse said decision quietly after it critically fails and critically fail Vendetta did.

Either way, Rebecca is a scientist, not a fighter, so her being the main character certainly offers opportunities for unique gameplay mechanics centered around intelligently tackling threats rather than punching a bolder.

Rumor Analysis: More Likely Than Not

Based on released information, we can confirm that poorly named Resident Evil Outrage is going to come out next year. At least if Capcom’s internal plans, projections, and development window go off without a hitch. Resident Evil: Village underperforming could bring about delays, but that doesn’t negate the truth of the game’s existence.

What is in question is whether this game will be a Revelations title and if it will be a Switch exclusive. Setting aside the question of whether it will be a Revelation’s title, there is a precedent that it can be a Switch timed exclusive.

Nintendo has partnered with Capcom to have Monster Hunter: Rise be a timed exclusive. Nintendo Life reports the deal cost Nintendo around six million dollars. It would not be much of a stretch for Nintendo to have additionally bought a timed Resident Evil title as well. This would be especially likely if rumors of a Switch Pro releasing next year are true.

Going back to the idea of it being a Revelations title, that is an entirely different issue. Dusk Golem has demonstrated he has knowledge from inside Capcom, but he admits his sources get it wrong on occasion. Additionally, he was previously dismissed from Reset Era for creating a fake rumor as well based on insider information that did not exist.

The game exists, the chances of it being a Switch exclusive are high, but the rest of the rumor is uncertain as the source’s reliability is in question. We’ll likely learn the truth during a Nintendo Direct sometime next year.

Capcom Ransomware Leak Exposed Dedication to Political Correctness

Political correctness does not sell. Any cursory examination of the available metrics will reveal it results in either a sharp decrease in sales, a slight decrease in sales, or stagnation in growth depending on the model and methods undertaken. Beyond economics, a growing backlash against political correctness has taken root across the United States from all cultures, walks of life, classes, and races. From people who hail from the right, those who dedicate themselves to centrality, and moderates on the left end of the spectrum have over the last half-decade come out against political correctness.
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Netflix To Air Dragon’s Dogma On September 17th, 2020

Netflix, the controversial streaming service, is looking to bring more video game adaptations to the small screen, and Capcom’s Dragon’s Dogma will be one of the many games to premier on the subscription-based platform this September. Starring Greg Chun, Erica Mendez, and Cristina Vee, the TV series will follow Ethan as an Arisen as he sets out to vanquish the Dragon that sundered his life. Continue reading “Netflix To Air Dragon’s Dogma On September 17th, 2020”

Resident Evil Village Will Be The Longest RE Engine Game, As Per Report

According to a new report, it looks like Resident Evil Village will be the longest title in the series. In other words, if you are planning on picking up the game at launch, then get ready to hunker down and play for hours. Continue reading “Resident Evil Village Will Be The Longest RE Engine Game, As Per Report”

Capcom Is Considering Raising The Price Of Its Next-Gen Games

As each day passes and word of next-gen price hikes increase, more and more companies are now considering the aspect of raising the initial price point of boxed and digital games. And joining that list is Capcom. Moving into the next-gen of gaming, folks looking to pick up the company’s games across PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X might find themselves coughing up $9.99 or more in the foreseeable future. Continue reading “Capcom Is Considering Raising The Price Of Its Next-Gen Games”

Resident Evil 3 Remake’s Launch Sales Are Significantly Lower Than Past Entries, As Per Capcom

Capcom recently shared its video game sales data for investors and the public to look over during its most recent financial results, and it looks like Resident Evil 3 Remake’s launch numbers are the lowest in the mainline series of games, as per the publisher’s data. Continue reading “Resident Evil 3 Remake’s Launch Sales Are Significantly Lower Than Past Entries, As Per Capcom”

Monster Hunter Movie Delayed To April 23rd, 2021 Due To Coronavirus

The silver screen adaptation of Capcom’s Monster Hunter has been delayed. In other words, the upcoming Monster Hunter movie is no longer set to debut on September 4th, 2020, but now on April 23rd, 2021. As one would expect, this is due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading “Monster Hunter Movie Delayed To April 23rd, 2021 Due To Coronavirus”

EVO Online Cancelled; Joey Cuellar Fired

Joey Cuellar

The FGC is imploding, and I couldn’t be happier. Everyone who jumped on the “woke” bandwagon is getting #MeToo’d into oblivion or having their businesses disrupted, or ending up on the bad side of the firing line, and the only thing I can say in response is “You get what you deserve!”. Continue reading “EVO Online Cancelled; Joey Cuellar Fired”

Resident Evil Village Is Roughly 60 Percent Done, As Per Report

Capcom is looking to bring gamers and fans alike a new Resident Evil game sometime in 2021. Specifically, this new Resident Evil game will rock the moniker “Village,” following Ethan Winters and Chris Redfield three years after the events of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. However, we now know that the game in question is 60 percent complete as of this writing. Continue reading “Resident Evil Village Is Roughly 60 Percent Done, As Per Report”

Capcom Wants To Develop A New Monster Hunter Game For Juniors And High School Students

Capcom is looking to focus its sights on younger people. Whether it be juniors or high school students, Capcom wants to capture their attention by using its Monster Hunter intellectual property (IP) in the foreseeable future. No word has surfaced what this new Monster Hunter game will be like, but it’s certain that it will launch across PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X. Continue reading “Capcom Wants To Develop A New Monster Hunter Game For Juniors And High School Students”

Capcom Wants Your Feedback On Resident Evil 3 Remake And Resident Evil Resistance

Capcom wants to know what you think of Resident Evil 3 Remake and Resident Evil Resistance. The questionaire wants to know your “thoughts and feedback” on the current-year edition of the 1999 game and its multiplayer mode — in yet another survey. Continue reading “Capcom Wants Your Feedback On Resident Evil 3 Remake And Resident Evil Resistance”

FChamp Indefinitely Banned From Capcom Pro Tour, East Coast Throwdown Due To A Joke

FChamp Banned

E-sports competitor Ryan “FChamp” Ramirez – better known within FGC circles as the loud-mouthed villain, “Filipino Champ” – has been indefinitely banned from Capcom Pro Tour and East Coast Trhowdown because he posted a tweet with a watermelon that contained the hashtag #WatermelonLivesMatter. Continue reading “FChamp Indefinitely Banned From Capcom Pro Tour, East Coast Throwdown Due To A Joke”

Pragmata Announced For PS5, Xbox Series X, PC; Set For Release In 2022


[Update:] PCGamesN confirmed that Capcom’s Pragmata will also be arriving on PC and Xbox Series X in 2022, alongside a release on the PlayStation 5.

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