Capcom Dropping Support for Legacy Versions of Resident Evil Games

Capcom announces that the company is no longer going to support certain old builds of the previous Resident Evil titles on PC.

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Whitethorn Games Is Having A Big Sale For Its 7th Birthday

In celebration of Whitethorn Games' seventh birthday, they are launching a mega sale across multiple platforms for fans to snag their titles at steep discounts.

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Bandai Namco: "Every publisher has to focus more on their own expertise"

European boss Arnaud Muller on maintaining momentum post-Elden Ring and the challenges of the market

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blackblades23h ago

It's fine to stay working on the same IP that you are experts and experience on. Considering the fan base etc but should also build on new IPs. If you are good at making jrpgs or fighting games you should have the experience to create something new in a new world new name. Cause lately its been remakes, games with the same series aka Cod, tales, FF. Sometimes gaming needs a fresh world unrelated to existing games yes it can flop like forspoken but horizon and got did fine and they were totally different then there last game.

shinoff21839h ago

There's all kinds of new things out there. Indie through aaa. I mean yea they don't take chances like they used to back in the day but some still do. Capcom did exoprimal(close enough) not my cup of tea (online) but just an example. Square did a handful recently, it's the eas and ubisofts that don't take chances

Knightofelemia10h ago(Edited 10h ago)

I just want a Xenosaga trilogy HD remaster or remake such a great trilogy. I like Namco they are one of my favorite developers/publishers. Love the Tales games and I would also like a new Dynasty Warriors Gundam game. I would like Namco to continue having great hits both new and old but I also don't want them to forget some of their obscured titles.

ThichQuangDuck5h ago

Give us some genuinely good anime games. Like take your time to give us that true heat

anast4h ago

Translation: "remakes and slot machines are where it's at."


Embracer Looking Into Alternatives to Layoffs, but There Will Be Further Studio Closures

Embracer Group is hosting its annual general meeting of shareholders, and CEO Lars Wingefors discussed the current restructuring and future initiatives to continue it.

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blackblades2d ago

Damn more closures, they shouldnt have bought so much

Abriael2d ago

Yeah they're like "lookie here, we own 100 studios" one hour before in the conference, and then "hey, but we'll close some"

CappyBlack37m ago

Grew too big way too fast. Saints Row didn't bring in the numbers they wanted; and a large investment didn't come through, now everyone they quickly ate up are paying the price.