News on igamesnews.com We talk about the enthusiasm for Resident Evil 8, the monopoly of Mario Kart 8, in the JV newspaper at 12:30 p.m.
The long streak of Resident Evil saw the light of day on PlayStation in 1996. This will take you to Raccoon City, where strange disappearances have been reported. The Bravo team you are part of is attacked by evil creatures and you find refuge in a mansion just a few steps away. However, this does not mean the end of your ordeal.
Trop de Resident Evil 8 Di Resident Evil 8?
Resident Evil Village, the eighth addition to the main series, will be released on May 7th. If you are used to browsing various social networks or other websites that deal with video game information, you have surely noticed the deluge of information about this game. Between the characters of the new opus that evoke real emotions in the players, or demos with absurd limitations, difficult to stay a day without hearing about it. It often happens that being extremely infatuated with something can put some off interest in it. Do you have this effect with Resident Evil Village?
Mario Kart 8, the ultimate racing game?
Nintendo’s very famous racing game doesn’t stop being talked about. It was released on Wii U in May 2014 and then in a deluxe version on Switch in April 2017 and became the best-selling racing game in US history. It beat the previous Mario Kart Wii record. Despite a release that begins to date, Mario Kart 8 has taken sixth place in the table of best sales for March 2021! Mario Kart Tour, a mobile game from 2019, and Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit with augmented reality and real buildable courses from 2020 make fans of the series hungry for more. The players are getting impatient because there is no new classical work. But does a new number need to be worked on if the previous one works so well?
Small controversy about Days Gone
While a possible Sony sequel was abandoned simply because of the game’s lack of profitability, Days Gone’s creative director John Garvin joked. He said if you like a game you have to buy it at full price and he doesn’t want players to complain about the lack of a sequel if they haven’t saved the game. Obviously this raised some questions. How can you be sure you will like a game as soon as it is released and therefore want to pay full price for it? But how do you support a game that is prone to lots of bugs and crashes at launch?
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By Tanabata, Writing from igamesnews.com