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Resident Evil 7 Announced For Nintendo Switch…Sorta

It appears that Resident Evil 7 is headed to the Nintendo Switch…but not quite in the way you’d expect.

As of now, Resident Evil 7: Cloud Version has been listed Japanese eShop, with no confirmation on the title coming to other territories.  As the name implies, the game runs entirely through the cloud and cannot be played offline…at all. So if you don’t have a stable internet connection – it appears that you are SOL. But wait – it gets better! The game can be played for 15 minutes for free but after that, you’ll need to purchase a 2,000 yen ticket which lasts 180 days. I mean, one can definitely get through the game in six months, but this move just baffles me. If Capcom wanted to bring RE7 to the Switch, then why not just do it? A $20 online-only rental is just such a bizarre move, but to each their own.

In any case, feel free to check out the trailer below and comment on what you feel about this surprising, yet odd piece of news.


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Resident Evil 7: Gold Edition Announced. Details

Resident Evil 7 is getting repacked as Resident Evil 7: Gold Edition for Playstation 4, X-Box One and PC.

What? You didn’t play Resident Evil 7 yet?!

According to a post on Capcom’s site:

Resident Evil 7 biohazard gameboth previously released “Banned Footage” add-on content packs, plus the third add-on pack, “End of Zoe.” All three add-on packs are also available to purchase separately for owners of the standard game. In addition, owners of any version of Resident Evil 7 biohazard can download the free “Not a Hero” DLC content. Resident Evil 7 biohazard Gold Edition, “End of Zoe,” and “Not a Hero” will all be available on December 12th.

If you somehow missed the original release of Resident Evil 7, and also love getting the !@#$ scared out of you – this is the perfect package for you! See the trailer for “End of Zoe” below:


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Trophy Whores 297 – Zero Dawn On The Horizon

Horizon: Zero Dawn has arrived.  Finally.  After much hype and press, we can blast through Guerilla Games’ latest creation, in which giant machines roam a lush world where nature thrives and humans live primitive lives.  You need to aim well, gamer.  We’ve got a nasty fight on our hands.  And Alex can’t be happier.

“Now, bring me that horizon,” Disney’s Jack Sparrow said.  Whenever we watch Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, we’ll know what he means.

Despite hosting a PlayStation podcast, The Trophy Whores spend much time talking about Nintendo — although the discussion ties to Sony and Horizon: Zero Dawn, as well as other upcoming games.  Warner Bros. Batman Arkham franchise is again in the spotlight, as whispers from the Internet point to a fifth game, possibly subtitled “Insurgency.”  Warner Bros. has yet to make an announcement, so, without official confirmation, we’re dealing with a mere rumor.  Obviously, for now, keep your excitement in check.  Why get excited for a game that doesn’t, officially, exist, when you can go absolutely mental for Horizon: Zero Dawn, which you can play now!

Join the Trophy Whores as they discuss, among other things, Horizon: Zero Dawn, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, Sunset Overdrive, and Nier: Automata.

In a bit of big, big news, Trophy Whores has been approved for iHeartRadio, which greatly expands the show’s footprint and reach. It’s a tremendous honor for the show to be part of iHeartRadio’s massive and respected community, and Proven Gamer have only the fans to thank for pushing the podcast to this point.  The Trophy Whores work hard to put out a quality weekly show, but they owe so much love to their listeners, who keep the show strong and growing.

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Resident Evil 7 Gets New Trailer and Final Demo

Capcom has released a new trailer for Resident Evil 7 Biohazard providing additional glimpses at the horrors awaiting main character Ethan Winters who has been led to a mysterious abandoned plantation in search of his missing wife. Flashes of disturbing scenes tease the terrifying experience players can expect from the next entry in the renowned survival horror series.

In addition, Capcom today confirmed that the Resident Evil 7 Teaser: Beginning Hour demo that has enamored millions of fans will receive a final update called “Midnight,” which opens new paths and content for players to enjoy. The updated demo will be available for PlayStation4, PlayStation4 Pro and also for PlayStation VR starting tonight. The demo, in its complete form, will make its debut on Xbox One on December 9 and Steam on December 19.

Resident Evil 7 biohazard will be available for PlayStation 4 (the full game will also be available to play via the included optional PlayStation VR mode), Xbox One and Windows PC (Steam and Windows 10 Store) when it launches across Europe and North America on January 24, 2017.

Check out the new trailer below:

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“Kitchen” Demo Included With PlayStation VR

Capcom has announced that the intense Resident Evil 7 biohazard “KITCHEN” demo is available today alongside the release of PlayStation VR. The demo is included on a disc as part of the PlayStation VR headset package in North America and is available as a free download in Europe for PlayStation VR owners.

“KITCHEN” features a quick and intense glimpse of the immersive horror experience players can expect from Resident Evil 7 biohazard, when it releases on January 24, 2017. In this atmospheric teaser demo, a disturbing kitchen provides the unsettling backdrop for a tense scenario that draws players into a hyper-realistic virtual world like never before.

Resident Evil 7 biohazard will be one of the first AAA games to be completely playable in VR as an option from start to finish, or any part thereof, when it releases on PlayStation 4. The flexibility of the optional PlayStation VR Mode included with the game gives players complete control over how much they want to engage in the immersive and terrifying VR experience. In fact, players are able to use the same save data to play the game in either standard or PlayStation VR Mode at any point.

Check out some of the horrors of Resident Evil in the trailer below:

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Capcom Announces New York Comicon Lineup

Capcom is descending upon New York Comic Con 2016 this weekend with terrifying horrors in VR for Resident Evil 7, zombie slaying madness in Dead Rising 4, and frightening new looks for iconic fighters in Street Fighter V. Visit Capcom at booth #1420 to check out playable demos of these exciting games.


·         Resident Evil 7 biohazard (PlayStation 4 with optional PlayStation VR mode, Xbox One, Windows PC; Coming January 24, 2017) – Experience a disturbingly realistic PlayStation VR demo that delivers an intense up close and personal look at the game. In the demo, explore the sinister plantation mansion and encounter Marguerite Baker of the disturbed Baker family. Resident Evil 7 is the next major entry in the renowned survival horror franchise, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. This demo is making its North American event debut at NYCC.

·         Dead Rising 4 (Xbox One, Windows PC; Coming December 6, 2016) – Frank West makes his heroic return to Willamette to investigate a new zombie outbreak during the holiday season. Equipped with his wit, his camera, and a whole lot of duct tape, tear up the zombie hordes with a huge number of combo weapons and vehicles, or just tear up the landscape with all-new EXO Suits.

·         Street Fighter V (PlayStation 4, PC; Available Now) – Vice President of the Illuminati and recent roster addition Urien, plus, the upcoming Halloween costumes and themed stage are all playable at the event. Fans ready for a challenge can also sign up for tournaments throughout the weekend at the Capcom booth for a chance to win prizes.

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Trophy Whores 262 – Ride Out the E3 Aftershocks

The Trophy Whores have a lot to talk about this week, so let’s get down to brass tacks. For most gamers, E3 week is like the holiday season, with many gifts delivered daily. Held annually in Los Angeles, E3 showcases software that players can look forward to in 2016 and beyond. If you play video games, June is easily one of the best months of the year.  The expo spawns a massive amount of news, so the Trophy Whores have called in reinforcements to help dish out the tastiest tidbits and stories.

Lucia rejoins the crew, as they tackle the biggest PlayStation news from E3, including the Trophy Whores’ E3 predictions. If you enjoy going to a buffet and filling your plate with as much mediocre food as possible, then you will gorge on the amount of news that is about to come out of the E3 kitchen. Like servers, the Trophy Whores are here to deliver the news to you as quickly as possible – with as few hairs in the Sony stew as possible.

Join the Trophy Whores as they discuss, among other things, Spider-Man, Crash Bandicoot, Days Gone, God of War, Death Stranding, Resident Evil 7 and  Detroit: Become Human.

Regardless of how you feel about Sony, Microsoft or Nintendo, everyone wins during E3. It’s a great time for the video game industry, as the amount of news that explodes onto the television and the Internet is akin to the amount of rain that falls from the sky during the monsoon season.

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