• Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition Revealed

    After the recent release of the remastered version of DmC: Devil may Cry, Capcom has revealed the details for Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition, which is set to release this summer for current gen consoles and PC.

    Revealed on publisher's blog, this updated version will have 1080p visuals and 60 frames per second, along with no fewer than five playable characters. That's right, in addition to Dante and Nero, fans will get a chance to play as Virgil, Trish, and Lady.

    On top of that, Legendary Dark Knight Mode, a wave-based horde mode which was only available in the original PC release of DMC4, will be included in this re-release as well. And if that weren't enough, Capcom is also throwing in a batch of new costumes and skins, which will be reflected in the in-game cut scenes. Capcom will also bring us "improvements to the game tempo and balancing."

  • Original Borderlands Remastered Rumored

    borderlands remasteredHonestly, there are a thousand games on this planet that I would like to see remastered for the new generation of consoles, but it seems that developers are opting to remaster games that don’t really need much work done to them at all.

    It seems as soon as both the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One don’t support backwards compatibility, every developer has jumped on the HD remaster train, and whilst at first I was happy to see ports for games like The Last of Us and Grand Theft Auto 5, I do think there is a point where it becomes frustrating that backwards compatibility is no longer a thing.

    Take this new rumor for example - according to an Australian ratings board that decides the age rating of video games, the original borderlands has popped up into existence, and it seems to suggest that it will be developed for the PS4 and the Xbox One.

    I did enjoy playing through Borderlands and Borderlands 2, and haven’t had the chance to play the Pre-sequel yet, or more truthfully, haven’t felt the want to, and quite frankly if these rumors of the Borderlands port were to be true, I’m not sure if I'd be interested either.

    Perhaps if Gearbox take the initiative to mix up all of the first three games into one big package I might be interested. If we could access all three campaigns, and play all twelve characters, I might be interested. Otherwise, I think I may pass.

    What are your thoughts on this news? Would you pick up a remastered version of the original Borderlands game?

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