Just like its zombies, Resident Evil 6 is back from the dead for PS4 and Xbox One owners who might have gotten scared because of the technical issues of both PS3 and Xbox 360 versions at the time of their release. Now in smooth 60 fps, the game becomes as playable as the PC port, but don't expect any other improvements. The reviews were not kind with this sixth installment back when it was released, despite some generous and ambitious content. The 3 campaigns were not equally interesting, Leon's adventure clearly being the best of all 3. If you want to refresh your memory, check out our videos of the PS4 version and let us know if this new port has a chance to make the game more appealing to you now.
Combined console sales of PS4/XO in 2016 were down 7% from 2015. (4 Hours ago)
FF15 had the best launch month of any final fantasy game in the US!!! and this performance does not include digital sales!!! (4 Hours ago)
@Tiz: Most big games were larger than what a standard CD-ROM disc could store, so it wasn't unusual that pirated games were lacking audio tracks or movies. (5 Hours ago)
@Tiz: Sega used a proprietary GD-ROM format (about 1GB discs) for storage. It did not stop piracy though as you with a bootdisc could start cd-r copies without the need to hard mod the console. (5 Hours ago)
I think it was apparent to people.. even before the system launched.. that the early launch of the Dreamcast was risky. So I can see how EA might want to play hardball to sweeten the deal on said risk (8 Hours ago)