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  1. I remember that zombie game, but it wasn't even remotely reminiscent of Metal Gear.

    Even Resident Evil had some pretty spectacularly dumb ideas in the last installment. Like that dude with the big hammer who turns into a Transformer type machine. Or the tall vampire lady. And the fat merchant flogging you enough guns to rival John Matrix.

    Looking back on RE games from before, they were a different kettle of fish. SH had mostly unrelated storylines. One bad apple didn't spoil the whole bunch.

    An Osmunds reference there. 

  2. I remember you saying that...

    Because it was only last week. 

    However, this is his rumours. Guys like Dusk Golem have yet to be debunked, or whatever the term is. Dusk has often been correct in prior years about other horror games like Resident Evil Village, and while he made out he quit being a leaker in the past, he continued to sporadically post updates. So it's hard to say if it's true, but I don't see why Dusk would be telling porkies.

    Konami did post a tweet once saying they were not closing the doors on the series just yet, for what it's worth. But yep. They certainly don't make that many triple A games anymore.


  3. I used to be a big Tekken fan in the beginning of my tenure as a PlayStation gamer, and that was in 1998. However, horror games were my primary focus for years thereafter.

    I still remember seeing figures in a shop that I think got turned into a pub called The Red Lion, which also no longer operates. But why was the Panda one so tiny? LOL. 

    It was fun unlocking the characters that were hidden away as bonuses. Like, you know? Gon the dinosaur, etc. There was also Gon picture comics. So therefore, Gon was actually used under license. There were other fighters too, like the drunk scientist. The guy could barely stand up.

    Maybe I will try the 8th entry. 

  4. I miss The Evil Within and Silent Hill just as much. They are two series that are very similar. But the former series has not had a new entry since 2017. So we have to grieve and move on forward.

    People believe that Bethesda's GhostWire: Tokyo was supposed to be the third entry. But it is not linked.

  5. I'll give it one last chance at the Game Awards. But it's boring seeing these so-called leakers saying the same things. It's as if one rumour ends, only for another one to fall into place.

    It's to the point where I can still remember being excited for last year's Tokyo Game Show for the same reason, only to feel it was a colossal waste of time.

    God, time really does fly. That really doesn't even feel like it was a whole year ago. But indeed, it was.

  6. Let's be honest. Nobody here was really expecting to see Silent Hill today. Were they? 😄

    I mean, if it's not during the watershed time schedule, you know it's not likely to feature anywhere on the show. But then there's that side of you that just watched the entire damn torturous thing anyway. 

  7. This morning, Konami showed off a new Suikoden game. They have more games lined up for this afternoon at Tokyo Game Show. But because of their policy on showing violent games, I seriously doubt Silent Hill will be making an appearance later on. 

    If anything like that were to be shown off at any event, it would likely be at the big one, which is the Game Awards.

  8. I think they are focusing on the money side of things, but I think they also want to do these games how they originally envisioned them.

    SH2 is the game that introduced Pyramid Head, and he has become a gimmick. He was only supposed to be in the game to taunt James Sunderland. This is why the creator said on Twitter that he now regrets designing Pyramid Head. That's saying something.

    With Capcom's RE4, it's kind of disappointing how they aren't remaking CV (as in, Code: Veronica). Because CV is the 'genuine' RE4. But they know CV wouldn't make a profit. But they remade 2 and 3, only to skip CV. So that's just wrong. 

    I feel like with remakes, they do this because it's more effort to create something new. 

    The original SH2 and RE4 are the magnum opus of each franchise. Although personally, I think RE4 kind of ruined the RE series by making it less about survival horror and more about action. 

  9. It's probably because the second game is the pinnacle of the series, like how RE fans say RE4 is the best one. It has Pyramid Head and is the game that was generally the most well received. Plus, you don't have to have played the first game, as the plot is unrelated.

    Companies know that if they remake a game that has all the necessary bells and whistles, it's going to sell like freshly steamed cakes. 

  10. They could be fake. Seeing as how Tokyo Game Show is happening in a few weeks, this could be some idiot's idea of poking fun at the fans. As if we haven't suffered enough disappointment in recent memory.

    It's a cruel world. People do do this crap.

    However, Dusk Golem maintains that the remake is still happening...

    I guess we don't have long to wait to find out what Konami's unannounced game will be. 

    Regards, from Candy Stick.


  11. I'm considering getting a Series X next month. I mean, I would have rather definitely gotten a PS5. But it appears they have been hard to obtain since 2020, like with Covid and a lack of the components. But this game is a day one purchase for me. 

  12. I don't know if the game was at GamesCom, because I didn't watch this online. They said there would be a playable section called 'Grace in the Dark' at the event, which I was looking forward to watching. So far, I can't find anything on YouTube about it. And YouTube won't open up on my phone right now. When I try to sign in, it gets stuck and says I am already signed in. Then I cannot proceed.

    I'll have to try clearing my cache...


  13. Yeah. Imagine calling one of their longest tenured members a parasite. What disrespectful shills. But they're entitled to support a company that only cares about making money. It's only after the game comes out and they notice all the cut content, that they can run back to people like me and offer an apology, for like trying to forewarn them.

    Regards, from Candy Stick.

  14. It's not that I'm being a pussy and running away from them. In general, though. You have to say to yourself, "They're not interested in hearing this. Why continue?" 

    Sometimes it felt good to lay out the truth. Then they just spout more crap about how it's not true, and this is just my opinions. But of course, if you provide evidence to the contrary and they're still not convinced despite what you just provided in front of their faces, they're just not going to listen to logic, no matter what you say.

    They even say smart alleck things like, "Alone in the Dark inspired RE, so Capcom copied that long before the recent games you mentioned!" 

    Yeah. As if that's any excuse to blatantly copy all the games I told them they obviously had copied (with proof offered). You know? They seem to like to have an answer for every counter-productive post you leave. So that's why it's pointless to tell them what they will ignorantly continue to overlook. It's like you're standing there shouting at a brick wall, to be honest. Petulant school children.


  15. No. I meant that I no longer want to discuss RE, as people on other forums were being stupid, and I just decided it was virtually pointless to convince them about what Capcom is like. Whenever I tried to go into depth about it, they were implying I was a fruitcake, or something. Evidence went ignored. And you can be sure I provided more than enough of that. So I finally came to my senses. 

    After so many years of posting the same things online, I finally decided to stop fighting the good fight, and accept that Capcom has too many people fooled.

    Meanwhile, I can still appreciate other horror games, such as this one. 

  16. Finally. The granddaddy of survival horror games, is getting a glorious remake. 

    I've been a fan of the series since I played The New Nightmare and Jack is Back. None of the other PC games got released on the PlayStation, which I felt was strange at the time, giving the original game's popularity. These games were very atmospheric, as they had fixed camera angles and things could jump through windows, or suddenly walk through a door. You would have to discard things like oil cans manually to free up space, as they would be used up, and still appear in your list of items. 

    As with the original, you can play as either Edward Carnby or Emily Heartwood, as they go to investigate a haunted mansion. There will be exploration, puzzles, and item management. All of that good stuff. So definitely looking forward to the teaser coming the week after next week, where you play as "Grace" [Saunders] from the second game in a prelude. 



  17. There was an open world, third person horror game I remember reading about a while ago. I've forgotten the name of it. But I remember seeing just a few screenshots about it, but this was ages ago. So I hope I can remember what it's called. It wasn't the game with a similar title to The Last of Us, but something else somewhat along the same lines. Looked like you could go into houses and it was like Days Gone

    I think there was some zombie standing on a hill in one of the images. I'm not sure...

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