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Project X Zone discounted to $29.99 at Amazon
That’s something like 15 cents for each character in this Sega x Capcom x Namco Bandai game. And 5 cents per fan service scene like this Jill sandwich convo (Credit to Satoshi Mochida for the pic).
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Project X Zone discounted to $29.99 at Amazon

That’s something like 15 cents for each character in this Sega x Capcom x Namco Bandai game. And 5 cents per fan service scene like this Jill sandwich convo (Credit to Satoshi Mochida for the pic).

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Launch trailer for Resident Evil: Revelations, featuring two minutes of super ugly monsters. Why are these things so gross? Every enemy in this game looks like something that would make you puke if you accidentally stepped on it. “Oh god, I have to throw away this shoe now.”

This and the Circle Pad Pro go on sale today — did you pick up either? Or are you saving moniez for a PS Vita?

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Yogurt is great for calcium! Resident Evil: Revelations, not so much. The two unlikely companions, though, join together in this commercial for the 3DS game in France.

Here’s another spot of a poshly dressed lady, just walking around a cruise ship playing her Nintendo 3DS.

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You might recall Capcom intended to sell Resident Evil: Revelations for $50, reasoning that the game required a bigger cartridge (4GB) that justified its $10 mark-up.

Everyone thought that was ridiculous, but the publisher ended up changing its mind anyway. A representative posted an announcement today: “After weeks of effort, we’ve been able to lower the price to $39.99.” Who knows what those efforts entailed, but yay.

Amazon hasn’t adjusted its price yet, but I expect it will update the game’s listing soon, so I linked it above. You will notice that I misspelled deflation in the link/headline, making fun of the game’s boxart typo. I am just too clever, aren’t I? I am the cleverest boy there ever was.

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Resident Evil: Revelations has a typo on the spine of its U.S. box… Or does it? Another Capcom/Level-5 crossover!

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Bloody inside cover for Resident Evil: Revelations in Portugal. For a second, I thought this was the first third-party game to feature inside art on the slip, but then I remembered that Nintendo is co-distributing this in Europe, and even bundling it with a Circle Pad Pro, so I guess that’s why this release gets the special treatment.
By the way, have you guys all downloaded the Resident Evil: Revelations demo from the eShop yet? What do you think? I’m still waiting for the file to download on my 3DS.
If that demo wasn’t enough to satiate you, here’s a new five-minute trailer and some new bullshots.
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Bloody inside cover for Resident Evil: Revelations in Portugal. For a second, I thought this was the first third-party game to feature inside art on the slip, but then I remembered that Nintendo is co-distributing this in Europe, and even bundling it with a Circle Pad Pro, so I guess that’s why this release gets the special treatment.

By the way, have you guys all downloaded the Resident Evil: Revelations demo from the eShop yet? What do you think? I’m still waiting for the file to download on my 3DS.

If that demo wasn’t enough to satiate you, here’s a new five-minute trailer and some new bullshots.

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Resident Evil: Revelations demo hits 3DS eShop in U.S., Europe tomorrow

Several weeks after demos appeared on the 3DS eShop in Japan, the free trials will finally debut in North America and Europe, starting tomorrow with Resident Evil: Revelations (Europe will also get a Cooking Mama 4 demo). The U.S. will receive a Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games demo next week, too.

In press releases sent out today, Nintendo also promised to deliver limited trials for Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D, Rayman Origins, and Rhythm Thief & the Emperor’s Treasure — release dates for those will be revealed later.

Meanwhile in Japan, 3DS owners will receive a second demo for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy some time in early February. The final game will have downloadable songs.

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Selections from the new Capcom Bar menu. The restaurant, a joint venture between karaoke chain Pasela and Capcom, will serve a variety of meals based on Monster Hunter, Sengoku Basara, Resident Evil, and Ace Attorney when it opens January 25 in Shinjuku.

I will definitely go to this place around TGS time. I expect to chow down on a Samurai Dog and some strong, strong Godot Blend #102.

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Doing its part to make sure you carry your 3DS around everywhere, Capcom has thrown in a StreetPass feature in Resident Evil: Revelations that will net you new enemies and missions for the game’s co-op Raid Mode, as well as parts for customizing weapons, when you pass other RE: Revelations players in real life.

The custom parts look like the usual stuff, upgrades for increasing your firepower, ammo capacity, etc. The StreetPass missions offer rewards that you can use in the campaign (e.g. herbs, money, extra clips for extra shit).

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What is the deal with the wetsuit outfit in these new Resident Evil: Revelations images? It’s amazing that the weirdest things you’ll notice in the first two screenshots are not the mutated, gross-looking creatures but Jessica’s bare leg exposed for no discernible reason.

This image seems to suggest that it could be an homage to another ridiculous Resident Evil outfit from Jill.

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Biohazard x Briefing “Mission Liner” bag, shipping from e-Capcom in March. This looks like a super handy way to carry your herbs, typewriter ink ribbons, and I don’t actually have that many other Resident Evil references.

The nice-looking bag includes a card case and a shoulder strap cover, and sells for holy crap ¥54,600 ($702). In other words, it’s not for the hobbyist zombie hunter.

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Capcom wants $50 for Resident Evil: Revelations — but you can still get it for $40

If you’ve paid attention to 3DS game prices, you might have noticed that more new titles are releasing at a more reasonable $29.99 instead of the $39.99 standard (e.g. Tetris: Axis, Centipede: Infestation, and the upcoming Nano Assault) a trend that I hope will catch on.

Capcom is paying all that no mind, though, and has set the MSRP for high-production survival horror shooter Resident Evil: Revelations to $49.99 — that’s for just a copy of the game and not a Circle Pad Pro bundle.

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