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Biohazard: Umbrella Corps

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#1 Bowsette



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Posted 15 September 2015 - 04:49 PM


- Close quarters battle – high-intensity, quick-play matches with no place to hide.
Fast-paced competitive team shooter – players can compete online in adrenaline-fueled matches.
- Variety of unique match options – compete in various modes including the high-stakes One Life Match mode where players only get one chance apiece per round to take down the other team.
- Resident Evil backdrop – familiar environments and enemies such as zombies populate each map, adding another threat or opportunity.
- Analog aim and cover system – flexible system allows for lean and height adjustments for more precise control when firing from cover.
- Gun and grenade based weaponry plus specialized gear with Resident Evil flair:
--Brainer – a powerful melee axe which goes straight into the skull.
--Tactical Shield – an arm-mounted guard allowing players to utilize a zombie as cover.
--Terrain Spikes – boot-mounted spikes for trampling enemies.
--Zombie Jammer – a device which repels zombies only when active.
Resident Evil: Umbrella Corps is built on the Unity engine and will launch digitally for PlayStation 4 at an MSRP of $29.99 / €29.99 / £24.99.


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#2 Wolf



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Posted 16 September 2015 - 07:55 AM

>Written in Unity


>PS4 exclusive


Ah yes, exclusivity deals at their finest.


Written in an engine that promotes cross-platform everything, used to make a game that's gonna be shut-off to the rest of the world, and will probably be dead mp-wise in a year or so unless the gameplay is something special.


But looks fun, sounds fun. Hope it manages to stay around long enough for me to try it

#3 Affray


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Posted 16 September 2015 - 10:24 AM

I was interested right up to the exclusive to PS4 part.

I don't understand why companies insist on limiting themselves like that.

They are losing out on a pretty substantial market and relying on the Playstation crowd to keep them afloat.

Which is an overall terrible idea.

It is perfectly acceptable to fear and admire a being you could not possibly understand.