Still creepy AF. Photo: YouTube

Happy 20th, Resident Evil! Now where are our presents?

Oh, hey! They’re right here!

You can save up to 75 percent over at the Playstation Store, with RE titles available for both PS4 and the PS3, which really is still a very capable machine.

Check out the sale if you have a mind to, and remember to carry lots of herb with you.

Remember, though, that new RE games are coming to PS4 soon, and you should have (still might be ale to) picked up Resident Evil 2 Revelations on PS Plus for FREE.


Via: The handsome folks at TechnoBuffalo

Too many goddamn games

Yeah, this one, too. Pretty disappointing. Photo: Ubisoft

Yeah, this one, too. Pretty disappointing. Photo: Ubisoft

When I was a kid, I used to buy albums on cassette. They were precious; each $12 – $16 item (when new) was an entire night of experience. I’d lie on my bed letting the music (with my mono-speakered cassette player from RadioShack at first, then my Sony yellow Sports Walkman, then an actual stereo I bought from Sears) flow over me, and I’d stay very still. Listening to the music. Hearing all the lyrics, even the ones I had to make up in my own head.

When I started playing video games for real, back in, say, 2006 or 2007, I had a similar experience. Each tiny Game Cube disc was a watershed moment. I could only buy one at a time, at varying intervals.

As I moved into the Xbox 360 era and then purchased a PlayStation 3 (“It’s for my website, I promise! Tax-deductible!”), new games were still fairly far and in-between, downloadable and on-disc. Gears of War. Flower. Final Fantasy XIII. Each a unique, special moment.

Not so anymore.

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