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File this under 'someone pressed the wrong button'. No telling how long it'll last or if it's intentional but pretty much the entire back catalogue of PS1 and PSP games now seems to be available on Vita. Whether they work or not.
The new bundles arrive on May 30th. There's a basic game/console option and Mario (red) or Luigi (green) themed packs that include the game, console, WiiMote, steering wheel, a strategy guide and a cap for £299.99.
Shame we'll never actually play it. These sections of Resident Evil 2's opening moments were recreated in the style of Resi 4's over the shoulder camera by YouTuber Rod Lima using assets from the Wii's Darkside Chronicles.
Epic Games' Tim Sweeney has confirmed a new high end, next-gen project is in development at the studio, intended to showcase Unreal Engine 4. However, in the future he thinks that large triple-A titles will be less common.
One of the more interesting things creative director Jonathan Morin has said about development is that the delay was due in part to players finding hacking possibilities where "the outcome wasn't as we planned", resulting in Ubi taking the extra time to fix things.
Note the careful phrasing in the title. There's no actual jetpack, just the word in a few lines of code which recently appeared in an updated xex file, a kind of Xbox executable. So, it's not there yet but it might be on the way.
Yes, it's a nose. But look at the pores. This is supposed to be an "actual in-game character". At least it looks like a more next-gen effort after Ghosts' 'new' engine turned out to be the old one with bits bolted on.
I'm honestly trying to avoid an Upworthy style clickbait header here but there's no other way to word this without spoiling the surprise. Look into their eyes. See the seriousness of the situation, the pressure, and imagine what game could be creating such emotion. Then press play…