Resident Evil 2 is the Best Remake Ever

On January 25th, 2019, Capcom released their eagerly awaited remake to the 1998 classic Resident Evil 2 – 21 years after its original launch on the O.G. PlayStation. Back then the game was an instant classic, entering the horror fray of games that scared gamers countless times around the world. However, once you take offContinue reading “Resident Evil 2 is the Best Remake Ever”

Resident Evil 4 To Be Released On Nintendo Switch

Nintendo fans with a hankering for horror games will be happy to hear that a series of Resident Evil games will be released on Nintendo Switch next year. Multiple fan favorites are set to hit the platform, and the ever-beloved Resident Evil 4 is one of the titles. Capcom, the developer and publisher of theContinue reading “Resident Evil 4 To Be Released On Nintendo Switch”

Capcom Releasing Major Monster Hunter World Update, Including Spring Blossom Fest

Capcom has recently announced their details for the first major update to come to Monster Hunter World. Included in the update is something that veteran players may recognize, the new monster “Deviljho The World Eater”, first seen in Monster Hunter 3. Deviljho will be the new largest monster in the game (with the exception of Zorah Magdaros)Continue reading “Capcom Releasing Major Monster Hunter World Update, Including Spring Blossom Fest”

Does Monster Hunter World Welcome New Players to the Series with Open Arms?

Monster Hunter World has released to a flood of positive reviews, and there’s a buzz surrounding this relatively niche series, the likes of which it’s never experienced before. Seeing as that’s the case, there’s bound to be an influx of players who want to see what all the fuss is about. So let’s answer this question,Continue reading “Does Monster Hunter World Welcome New Players to the Series with Open Arms?”

Monster Hunter: World Released at the Right Time

It’s not always easy to get into games with a steep learning curve, especially when they are built around deep systems, knowledge of previous games in the series, and painstaking commitment. A lot of gamers have curiosities about Monster Hunter games, but feel intimidated by their inaccessible nature. I am one of those people. I’veContinue reading “Monster Hunter: World Released at the Right Time”

GPS Episode 27: Destiny 2 Expectations, Games that Don’t Age, and More

Episode 27 of our gaming podcast, GPS (The Gamer Professionals Show) is now live! During the next three shows, we will be raffling off a $25 GameStop gift card. In order to get your name submitted, simply email a discussion question to ben@gamerpros.co. This is a great way for us to give back to our fans whileContinue reading “GPS Episode 27: Destiny 2 Expectations, Games that Don’t Age, and More”

Street Fighter V Reveals Ed as a New DLC Character

Capcom has officially revealed that their next DLC character will be Ed. He will join Street Fighter V’s roster for season 2, though a specific date has yet to be announced. In their official announcement, Capcom has stated that Ed and all previously released characters will be playable for beta participants, which runs from MayContinue reading “Street Fighter V Reveals Ed as a New DLC Character”

Dead Rising 4 Review (PC)

Dead Rising 4 brings back photojournalist Frank West as its protagonist. We haven’t seen him since Dead Rising 2: Off the Record, a few game cameos, and a cardboard cutout in Dead Rising 3. Dead Rising 4 was previously released on December 6, 2016 for the Xbox One, and was released on Steam on March 14, 2017. One year hasContinue reading “Dead Rising 4 Review (PC)”

Capcom Announces The Disney Afternoon Collection

Capcom has announced they will be releasing a collection of games from the 1990s, titled The Disney Afternoon Collection. These games were originally released on the NES and were based off hit Disney cartoons. The Disney Afternoon Collection will include six classic Disney games: Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers and Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers 2 –Continue reading “Capcom Announces The Disney Afternoon Collection”

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard (PS4) Review

Released on January 24th, Resident Evil 7 offers a unique blend of both the old and new. While the setting returns to the house and basement crawling that made the original game so captivating, the story develops more of an intimate tone that is a far cry from the special forces aspect of previous titles.Continue reading “Resident Evil 7: Biohazard (PS4) Review”

Resident Evil 7 Denuvo Anti-Tamper Software Cracked on PC within a Week

Resident Evil 7 has not even been out for a week, and already, the notoriously hard to crack Denuvo DRM has been bested. Denuvo Anti-Tamper, or Denuvo, is an anti-tamper technology and digital rights management (DRM) scheme that has managed to prove effective in protecting games from being cracked for months. That no longer seems to beContinue reading “Resident Evil 7 Denuvo Anti-Tamper Software Cracked on PC within a Week”

Blast from the Past: Resident Evil Review (PlayStation)

The original Resident Evil game, released for the PlayStation back in 1996, is really something special. Not only was it the first installment of a horror game franchise that continues to flourish, but it also presents a variety of unforgettable one-liners. “You were almost a Jill Sandwich!” echoes through conversations of Resident Evil fans toContinue reading “Blast from the Past: Resident Evil Review (PlayStation)”