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CD Projekt Acquires The Molasses Flood, The Studio Behind The Flame In The Flood

CD Projekt has announced that it has acquired The Molasses Flood, the studio known for games like The Flame in the Flood and Drake Hollow.  This news comes by way of a press release from CD Projekt that says The Molasses Flood is a perfect fit for the studio group. The studio will be working on one of CD Projekt’s IP, although it will retain its own identity and won’t merge with any existing teams in CD Projekt.  “The Molasses Flood will be working in close cooperation with CD Projekt Red, but will keep their current identity and will not be merged with existing teams,” the release reads. “The studio will be working on its own ambitious project which is based on one of CD Projekt’s IPs. Details about the project will be announced in the future.”  CD Projekt specifically cites The Molasses Flood’s technological insight and experience as reasons for the acquisition. “We’re always on the lookout for teams who make games with heart,” CD Projekt president and CEO Adam Kiciński writes in the press release. “The Molasses Flood share our passion for video game development, they’re experienced, quality-oriented, and have great technological insight. I’m convinced they will bring a lot of talent and determination to the Group.”  The Molasses Flood’s studio head, Forrest Dowling, says the studio saw an incredible opportunity in becoming part of the CD Projekt group, which is also the home of CD Projekt Red, the team behind The Witcher series and Cyberpunk 2077. Dowling says The Molasses Flood’s acquisition by CD Projekt will allow the team to reach a much wider audience.  While waiting for more details on The Molasses Flood’s next project, check out Game Informer’s The Flame in the Flood review and then check out our Cyberpunk 2077 review. 
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    Gets July Release Date the fantastic Ace Attorney Chronicles, New Trailer

    The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles heads west!For the first time, the Ace Attorney spin-off series Dai Gyakuten Saiban is coming west. Both Nintendo 3DS titles in the series will come packaged as The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles and releases on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC on July 27, 2021. It is priced at $39.99 or available for $59.99 as a bundle with the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy (which contains the first three titles in the core series.RELATED: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy Review | Object once more, with feelingWhile Phoenix Wright doesn’t appear, his ancestor Ryunosuke Naruhodo does for this 19th century investigation game. Expect plenty of courtroom drama in the 10 cases to discover. There’s even an appearance by the legendary detective Herlock Sholmes, who surely isn’t based off anybody. Plus, it includes eight mini-episodes, three alternate costumes, and a gallery that features art and music.There are two new gameplay mechanics to look out for: Dance of Deduction and Summation Examinations. Dance of Deduction will see Ryunosuke battle wits with Sholmes as they uncover new facts by finding faults in the detective’s logic. Meanwhile, the Summation Examinations will have players finding juror issues in order to achieve a Not Guilty verdict.Herlock Sholmes is on the case 🕵️‍♂️ (yes, really) The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles comes to PS4 July 27, including games previously released only in Japan: https://t.co/CvLwbaor2x pic.twitter.com/tU9lHirnoR— PlayStation (@PlayStation) April 21, 2021This is great news for Ace Attorney fans that have wished for these titles to get localized. Let’s hope an Apollo Justice or Ace Attorney Investigations bundle is next.

    April 17 new RE Village demo involves PS4 and PS5

    Resident Evil has always had a home on PlayStation platforms, and we’re happy to announce that the PlayStation Nation is going to be the first to get access to a new demo for Resident Evil Village on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4! This was just one of the many announcements at today’s Resident Evil Showcase, so read on for more info on the demo, the return of the ever-popular The Mercenaries game mode, and more. Miss today’s Resident Evil Showcase stream? Catch up now: Play Video Ethan Winters’s journey takes shape in a new Resident Evil Village trailer Resident Evil Village is less than a month away, so we’re once again entering the world of survival horror to bring you a brand-new trailer that debuted earlier today. The creeping dead of the village is the least of Ethan Winters’ worries as he plunges further into the unknown in order to rescue his kidnapped daughter and seek answers to haunting questions about why the heroic Chris Redfield has taken such a dark turn. Who, or what, will Ethan find waiting for him at the end of his journey, and what terrifying foes will he encounter along the way? The latest trailer provides a few clues, so be sure to check it out. Play Video Resident Evil Village gameplay demo + pre-download We know you’ve been waiting for this one – a new demo is on the way for both PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4, with a special structure that gives you a limited opportunity to explore the world of Resident Evil Village in the weeks leading up to the game’s launch across three different windows of availability. The demo only needs to be downloaded once, and will only be available during specific dates and times. Check out the schedule below for more info: 30-Minute demos Village:  North America: April 17 @ 5pm to April 18 @ 1am (Pacific Time) Europe: April 18 @ 7pm to April 19 @ 3am CEST  Asia: April 18 @ 5pm – April 19 @ 1am HKT Castle:  North America: April 24 @ 5pm to April 25 @ 1am (Pacific Time) Europe: April 25 @ 7pm to April 26 @ 3am CEST Asia: April 25 @ 5pm to April 26 @ 1am HKT 60-Minute demo Village & Castle:  North America: May 1 @ 5pm to May 2 @ 5pm (Pacific Time) Europe: May 2 @ 2am to May 3 @ 2am CEST Asia: May 2 @ 8am to May 3 @ 8am HKT The first demo period allows you to check out the snow-covered remnants of the titular village for 30 minutes, giving you a glimpse into the frost-capped remains of what once was, and perhaps giving you a taste of what the game’s combat has to offer. Better keeps your wits about you. The second demo period will drop you into the halls of Castle Dimitrescu where you’ll be given a separate 30 minute experience that is sure to be a bloody good time. Unlike the expansive village, the castle is full of narrow hallways and cramped corridors that make it difficult to tell what could be around each corner. The final demo period will give you a total of 60 minutes to explore both the village and castle, and you’re free to use those 60 minutes however you wish. How much time will you spend seeking answers in the village, and how long will you brave the castle’s corridors to uncover its dark secrets? That part’s up to you, but we encourage you to share your experience playing and speculate on what secrets the full game holds. Pre-download Demo on PS4 and PS5 Prepare to enter the world of survival horror by pre-downloading the Village demo today on PS4 and PS5. The Mercenaries mode explodes in to Resident Evil Village Survival horror meets high-stakes combat in the return of The Mercenaries game mode! This fan-favorite mode has appeared in multiple Resident Evil games since its introduction in Resident Evil 3: Nemesis on the original PlayStation, and now makes an action-packed return in Resident Evil Village. As with previous versions of The Mercenaries, this arcade-style mode tasks you with racking up points and finishing stages quickly, changing the game’s focus to a fight against time to achieve a high score rather than the fight for survival of the main campaign. Just keep an eye on the ticking timer – running out the clock means your time is up. Some new additions have been made to this mode compared to previous games, as well. As you fight your way through locales filled with enemies, you’ll be able to acquire useful bonus skills that can increase firepower, boost your move speed, or provide other beneficial effects. Each skill you add will help you take down enemies and rack up a high score for your current attempt, and will carry over between stages. Once a stage is completed, you’ll be given the opportunity to spend your hard-earned coin with The Duke – a mysterious merchant from the main game – to buy supplies and upgrade your weapons before moving on to the next stage. The Mercenaries is an endlessly replayable mode that you’re sure to want to try again and again. Learn each stage and discover new ways to take down waves of enemies as you chase down the highest rank possible. The Mercenaries will be included as a bonus mode for Resident Evil Village, and you’ll need to complete the game’s story before you can unlock it. We hope you enjoy this exciting twist on what the main campaign has to offer! Upgrade your weapons to increase firepower and more in Mercenaries  That’s a lot to unpack from the Resident Evil Showcase! There’s only a few weeks left until fear surrounds you. Resident Evil Village launches on May 7, 2021 on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 (with a free digital upgrade to PlayStation 5 in North America). Your purchase of Resident Evil Village also grants you access to download the online multiplayer game Resident Evil Re:Verse for free once it’s available. Be sure to keep an eye out for the demo once it’s live, and get ready to once again enter the world of survival horror with Resident Evil Village on May 7.

    Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness Teaser Released for Netflix’s Original Horror Series

    Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness Teaser Released for Netflix’s Original Horror Series Netflix has released a new teaser for Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, an original horror anime series based on the Capcom video game franchise coming to the streamer in 2021. You can check out the teaser now in the player below along with the teaser art for the upcoming series! RELATED: Spiderhead: Chris Hemsworth, Jurnee Smollett & Miles Teller Join Netflix Drama Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness will be a horror-action series based around the stories of the two popular franchise characters, Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield. By adding suspense into dynamic action scenes, Netflix says the series will reveal a Resident Evil world unlike anything seen before. The series will be produced and supervised by Capcom’s Hiroyuki Kobayashi, who is responsible for bringing numerous titles in the Resident Evil series into existence. TMS Entertainment will produce the series, while Quebico, led by Kei Miyamoto, the producer of Resident Evil: Vendetta, will be in charge of the full 3DCG animation production. RELATED: The Midnight Sky: First Look at George Clooney’s Netflix Drama Since the first game was released in 1996 on Sony PlayStation, the Resident Evil series is nearing its 25th anniversary. The massive franchise is known as the gold standard of survival horror games with over 100 million units from the game series shipped worldwide.

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