‘Deathloop’ Nominated for “Game of the Year” for DICE Awards, ‘Resident Evil Village’ Earns Four Nominations

Bethesda’s Deathloop continues to rake in the accolades with another “Game of the Year” nomination for the 25th Annual DICE Awards. The nominees for the event were announced this morning across 23 categories. Deathloop leads genre titles with eight nominations, followed by Devolver Digital’s psychological horror card-battler Inscryption with six. Housemarque’s Returnal has five nominations, […]

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‘Resident Evil Village’ Wins “Game of the Year” From 2021 Steam Awards

Despite missing out on Game of the Year honours at The Game Awards, Capcom’s Resident Evil Village rebounded with the honour from the fans and Steam. Village beat out the likes of Valheim, Cyberpunk 2077 (which was released in 2020, but whatever) and Forza Horizon 5 to earn the win during the 2021 Steam Awards. Horror […]

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The Greatest Strength of ‘Resident Evil Village’ Comes From its Variety

Horror games thrive on being able to surprise the player. AAA horror games occasionally believe they need to artificially extend their length in order to justify their price tag, which can lead to a more repetitive experience. By the end of the game, you’ve been doing the same thing long enough that you are no […]

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Bloody Disgusting’s Neil Bolt Selects the 10 Best Horror Games of 2021

Unfortunately, 2021 was still largely haunted by the ghost of 2020, and as such, escapism remained a vital component of day-to-day life. Luckily, there was plenty of it on offer. 2021 marked a huge year for perhaps the biggest name in horror games, Resident Evil. Not only did the series celebrate its 25th anniversary, but […]

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The 2021 Safe Room Horror Game of the Year Awards [Safe Room Podcast]

To say it has been one hell of a year would be an understatement. Fortunately, the medium of horror was faithfully standing at the ready to provide spooky solace in these uncertain times.  As the year comes to a close, Neil and I are counting down our top five horror games of 2021, a task […]

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‘Deathloop’ Earns Two Wins at The Game Awards 2021, But Misses Game of The Year

In a rare surprise twist for The Game Awards this year, the winner of Best Game Direction (which was Bethesda’s Deathloop) did not earn the coveted Game of The Year award. Instead, Hazelight Studios’ It Takes Two snuck in for the win. Deathloop didn’t go away empty-handed, however. Of its nine nominations in eight categories, […]

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‘Resident Evil Village’ Cleans up The Golden Joystick Awards, ‘Dark Souls’ Named The “Ultimate Game of All Time”

In what might be a prelude for The Game Awards in a few weeks’ time, Capcom’s Resident Evil Village snagged several of the awards earlier this week at GamesRadar’s Golden Joystick Awards, including the coveted Ultimate Game of the Year. Alongside Village, Death Loop, Metroid Dread, Psychonauts 2, Elden Ring and even Dark Souls all […]

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‘Deathloop’, ‘Psychonauts 2’ And ‘Resident Evil Village’ Lead The Game Awards 2021 Nominees

Microsoft must be giddy over this year’s nominees for The Game Awards 2021. Two of the software giant’s studios in Bethesda and Double Fine Productions make up the bulk of the nominations, with Bethesda’s Deathloop earning eight nominations, and Double Fine’s Psychonauts 2 earning five. Both games are nominated for Game of The Year, alongside […]

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Capcom Hinting at Free DLC For ‘Resident Evil Village’

We’ve been waiting on any news regarding Resident Evil Village DLC since it was first announced back at E3 2021. And while we’re no closer to an announcement yet, according to the recent internal report by Capcom, we’re potentially in for some free DLC. According to the document, which mostly details the previous year’s events […]

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Capcom Teasing Multiple ‘Resident Evil’ Announcements Closer to Halloween

In one of those “no-brainer” moments, seeing as it’s that time of year, Capcom has released a new Halloween-centric website as part of the 25th anniversary celebrations for Resident Evil. And while it’s mostly in Japanese, English-speaking fans are able to navigate it. What’s intriguing are the multiple surprise announcements that are coming later this […]

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‘Resident Evil Village’ Voice Actor Hints at Possible Future Game

Who doesn’t want more speculation about future Resident Evil titles? Of course, you’ll have to watch your sodium intake, but this next rumour leads to so many possibilities. Via Video Games Chronicle, voice actor Neil Newbon (the man behind Resident Evil Village‘s Karl Heisenberg and Resident Evil 3 remake’s Nicholai) hinted that he may return […]

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New Mod Brings Leon Into ‘Resident Evil Village’

With Capcom finally resolving the performance issues with the PC version of Resident Evil Village, fans can now expect to enjoy a more optimized version of the game. That, of course, means it’s mod time. Over at the Resident Evil Modding Board, modder JTeghius Kittius has begun bringing Leon Kennedy into Village in the most […]

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Capcom Selling ‘Resident Evil’-themed Perfumes in Japan

You can now add perfume to the list of things you can get with Resident Evil slapped on the package. Capcom has released a line of new fragrances inspired by their iconic series, though they’re only available in Japan. As part of the series’ 25th anniversary celebrations, the three perfumes were released this past Friday, […]

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‘Resident Evil Re:Verse’ Delayed Until 2022

In what will surprise very few people, Capcom has again delayed the launch of Resident Evil Re:Verse from its previous July 2021 release to 2022. The free companion multiplayer game was supposed to launch with Resident Evil Village back in May, but was delayed for unknown reasons. Prior to that, the open beta test for Re:Verse […]

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Performance Issues on Steam Version of ‘Resident Evil Village’ Solved by Hacking Group

For those who own Resident Evil Village on Steam, you’ve probably noticed at some point performance hiccups while playing the game. It turns out that the performance issues are a side effect of Capcom’s use of DRM protection. How do we know? A hacking group was able to fix the issues by cracking the game. […]

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