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Marvel Super Heroes – #VGTBT 9/11/2014

#VGTBT Marvel Super Heroes

This week Video Game Throwback Thursday is dedicated to those who lost their lives and those who gave their lives on 9/11/01. This week’s episode also celebrates the release of Marvel Studio’s Captain America The Winter Solider on Blu-Ray and DVD. Check out the video below and be sure to leave a comment on what you like about #VGTBT as well as a game you would like to see featured in a future episode of the show.

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Tekken 2 – #VGTBT (8/14/2014)

#VGTBT Tekken 2

This week on Video Game Throwback Thursday Killzown pays homage to one of the greatest fighting game sequels of all time, Tekken 2. This game is one Killzown favorite fighting games and it was one of the best Arcade to Home Console ports in the Playstation 1 era. Check out the video below and be sure to check back to RGN next week for another episode of #VGTBT.

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Its Really Happening : Video Games – The Movie [Official Trailer] [HD]

Video Games The Movie

The Video Game Industry while young has been one of the fastest growing and ever evolving forms of entertainment in the history of mankind yet it still hasn’t been give the respect and treatment it deserves. Video Game Industry Veterans Zach Braff and CliffyB have partnered with Variance Films to create a film that chronicles video game history from its humble beginnings to where the industry is today. The film will be released simultaneously in theaters and online on July 15 2014. Check out the trailer below and visit http://videogamesthemovie.com/ to pre-order the film or find a screening near you.

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Resident Evil REmake for Gamecube, A Hidden Gem

Resident Evil REmake a Hidden Gem

Originally released in Japan on March 22nd, 1996, Resident Evil for PS1 was a revolution in gaming. The story of four elite police officers, the S.T.A.R.S. (The Special Tactics and Rescue Service) getting trapped inside a spooky, but not quite haunted mansion, was the first console game to categorize itself in the “Survival Horror” genre. Instead of blasting everything that moved with the small arsenal of weapons provided to you by the game, you were encouraged to conserve your bullets, as ammo was scarce and your enemies took many hits to kill.

At the time, the graphics were amazing, with 3D polygonal characters on top of beautifully hand-drawn backgrounds. The moan of the zombies added to the already haunting soundtrack, making your hairs stand on end. It was very well received at the time. The only complaint many had was the god-awful voice acting. It added to the “B-movie” feel of the game. After three successful sequels (and one awful spinoff), the creator of the franchise wanted to revisit the old mansion that started it all.

Six years later…

The year was 2002. The Nintendo GameCube was trailing behind the juggernaut that was the Sony PlayStation 2, and Microsoft with its Xbox. It was regarded as being a “kiddy” system. Luigi’s Mansion and Pikmin, despite being great games, turned off the older gamer with its bright colors and “cute” characters. Nintendo wanted to expand its demographic. So they came to Capcom and signed a deal with three new RE games exclusive to their purple box. Resident Evil 0, Resident Evil 4 (which ended up being ported to PS2, PC, Wii, Xbox 360, and PS3), and a complete overhaul to the original Resident Evil. This is a “remake” in every sense of the word. Over “70% of the mansion is new” according to Capcom.

The changes were drastic and subtle, like the addition of a whole new wing of the mansion, re-doing all the voice work, and even where zombies would appear. One change occurred that completely altered the way that you approached the act of zombie killing; I’m talking about the addition of Crimson Heads. In the original PlayStation game, when you killed zombies, they stay dead. In the remake they didn’t. If you left their bodies alone long enough, and you got close to one, the zombie you thought was dead would get up and start RUNNING at you. I tell you what, I shrieked the first time a zombie started sprinting at me with it face melting off.

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