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  1. Resident Evil 4 [NSP] (12GB) [Hidden Content] Resident Evil 4 [Update v1.0.1] [Hidden Content] 1fichier link: [Hidden Content]
  2. Resident Evil 1 [NSP] (15GB) Release Date : 21/05/2019 Genres : Adventure, Survival Language : English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, Chinese Mode : Single Player [Google Drive] [Hidden Content] [1fichier link] [Hidden Content]
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    Resident Evil

    Languages: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish and Chinese [Hidden Content] Enjoy : ) Google Drive Single Link+Zippyshare scene files [hide][Hidden Content]]
  4. Resident Evil 0 [XCI] (14.9GB) Release Date : 21/05/2019 Genres : Action Adventure, Survival Mode : Single Player Languages : Multi [Google Drive] [Hidden Content] [1fichier] [Hidden Content] Resident Evil 0 [NSP] [1fichier] [Hidden Content]
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  6. Resident Evil: Raccoon City developer Slant Six was working on a Star Wars: Battlefront sequel, according to hidden files unearthed on Raccoon City's disc. The data (uncovered by BetaGames and posted on NeoGAF) contains in-progress artwork for a Hoth level, hidden in a folder named "Luke". A character model showing Luke in his orange pilot jumpsuit is also viewable. "It is the morning of the Imperial assault on the Rebel base on Hoth," reads a chunk of text viewable on the concept art. "The wreckage of a downed Victory Class Star Destroyer is the setting for one of the first battles over Echo Base and the future of the Rebellion hangs in the balance." The evidence tallies with a Kotaku report from January 2010 stating that the SOCOM developer was working on an online-only Battlefront game. Simply named Star Wars: Battlefront Online, it was claimed to be in early pre-production. The future of the Star Wars: Battlefront series has long been in question. In 2008 LucasArts reportedly halted work on a fully-fledged Battlefront 3 after two years of development by UK TimeSplitters studio Free Radical - a decision which directly proceeded that studio's collapse and buyout by Crytek. Evidence uncovered earlier this year suggests Battlefront 3 is now in the works at Legendary: The Box developer Spark Unlimited. Teasing Star Wars-themed tweets and LinkedIn job descriptions suggested a reveal was not far, far away. source: eurogamer
  7. Resident Evil Revelations is due out for the Nintendo 3DS in just a couple of weeks, and up until now we were fully expecting to pay $49.99 for the game. This price, a bit higher than normal for 3DS titles, was apparently the result of the game being installed on a 4GB card instead of the usual 2GB. While Capcom noted that it was confident the game’s quality was well worth the extra cash, they didn’t seem happy about the higher price point. And, according to a statement on their official site, they’ve been looking for weeks to find ways to eliminate the discrepancy. It looks like they figured it out. As of now, Resident Evil Revelations is priced at the normal rate of $39.99. It’s worth noting that the price change only applies to United States version of the game – if you live somewhere else, you’ll need to stay tuned to Capcom for further updates. What do you think of the pricing change? Is Capcom really fighting for the wallets of consumers, or just afraid the extra $10 will scare off potential buyers? source:Capcom unity
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