DLC or Downloadable Content are intended to increase players experience with a video game, but many a time MONEY gets in the way of things and spoil the things for players. Here is a list of 7 worst DLC ever released that left players regretting make the purchase.
Capcom has confirmed to NowGamer that Resident Evil 6 three campaigns would last "around 30 hours". Resident Evil 6 Director, Eiichiro Sasaki said, "The three characters each have their own story and you can choose whichever one you want and play that story, experience that character’s story,"
Sasaki further added, "In terms of length, each character’s story is a little bit less than RE5 but when you combine them together you’re getting something that is much longer. While each character’s story stands alone, all of the characters wind up in the same area of the game, in China, so there is a certain level of overlap. They stand on their own but they do overlap in certain areas. You don’t have to play them all, of course."
Its good to see Resident Evil game features three playable character, each having their own storyline. Watch new Resident Evil 6 trailer that was released few hours ago HERE.
Capcom has confirmed that there won't be any DLC content for PC version of Resident Evil 5. US SVP Christian Svensson also confirmed that Resident Evil Gold Edition will not be coming to PC, and currently the development team is working on a new IPs.
Svensson said, "No plans for ResidentEvil Gold Edition or DLC for PC"
"That team is working on other stuff now and looking forward not backward."
Definitely a disappointing news for PC gamers of Resident Evil 5. Were you expecting this type of treatment from Capcom?, do let us know your views as a comment to this post.
According to Capcom Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition which was given a Move support via patch update is currently the best Move game out there.
In an interview to one of the site Capcom's David Reeves said When you look at the line-up for Move it's a bit partyish; Resi Evil Gold is the best Move game out there and it's doing very well, it's a remarkable growth curve.
He also said that they are a bit surprised seeing such a success of the game.
Here is what Reeves said:
"Resident Evil 5 Gold Edition we put out as Move compatible, and it's really surprised us,"
"The number of orders our sales manager keeps bringing to us every day... 'David, we've got more for Resident Evil 5!'"
Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition was released earlier this year on PS3 and Xbox 360 which features both the DLC chapters, a extra online mode and costumes.
There is good news for Resident Evil 5 players, It will receive the PlayStation Move compatibility next month. But for only Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition holders, due to some technical issues with original version.
Today Capcpm at Gamescom reveal that next month it will release Resident Evil 5 patch which will introduce Move functionality in game.
The patch is dated for 19th September. However Resident Evil 5 Gold Edition is not released in all countries yet, so there is no need to worry, because Capcom will release the Resident Evil 5: Move Edition soon in those countries.
If you own a Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition than only you can paly the game wtih Sony's Playstation Move, as Capcom today reveals that only the golden edition of the game will have a Move Support.
This move of not adding a Playstation Move support to the normal edition of Resident Evil 5 from Capcom might going to disappoint the large section of Resident Evil fan base, the reason Capcom gave is that the normal edition of the game does Not Support for technical reason.