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Resident Evil 6 demo impressions

Resident Evil 6 Screenshot

Capcom released the demo for Resident Evil 6 today. What's that? You didn't know, and didn't play it? That's pretty understandable... it's exclusive to Xbox 360 owners at the moment, and of that group, only to people who bought a new copy of Dragon's Dogma.

Devil May Cry HD Collection Review

Dante's Infernal Camera Angles

Devil May Cry HD Collection Screenshot

HIGH Devil May Cry 2

LOW Devil May Cry

WTF Devil May Cry 3

Dragon's Dogma Review

Needs Mayo

Dragon's Dogma Screenshot

HIGH The final battle with the Dragon.

LOW Walk back to Bluemoon Tower? I just $&*#!@ came from there!

WTF Who keeps leaving explosive barrels all over the kingdom?

Demystifying Dragon's Dogma

Dragon's Dogma Screenshot

Dragon's Dogma was a game I was very curious about since seeing an early demo last year, but there were a lot of questions in my mind about what the final product would be like. After speaking with others who were also looking forward to it, I see that I wasn't alone in wanting more information. Now that I've logged some time with it, I thought it might be helpful to clear up a few things for those of you who are considering picking it up.

Dragon's Dogma demo and World Gone Sour

Dragon's Dogma Screenshot

The Dragon's Dogma demo is now out for both XBL and PSN, apparently. I haven't had a chance to play it yet, but from what people have been telling me, it sounds extremely similar to the demo they had running at last year's PAX.

Street Fighter X Tekken Review

The "X" is Pronounced "Cross." I Really don't Know Why.

Street Fighter X Tekken Screenshot

HIGH Seeing favorite Tekken characters do their trademark moves in a Capcom fighter.

LOW More beefed-out final boss characters with cheap AI? Really?

WTF Law's face didn't translate well to Capcom's art style. Just, yikes.

My secret gaming shame: I paid full price for Steel Battalion

Steel Battalion Screenshot

It's easy to figure out why gamers lusted after this thing when developer Capcom released it back in late 2002: It's the mech equivalent of a racing game's steering wheel—on steroids—complete with the foot pedals and about a bazillion other useless doodads.

Richard presents: Let's play Mega Man X, Part 13--Sigma Stage 4

At long last, we've reached the end. The final boss is actually pretty tough, so I go ahead and use the Rolling Shield on him. After that we've got a very somber ending and then the credits, complete with me struggling in vain to fill several minutes worth of dead air.

I'll be back sometime in the near future with Mega Man X2 and so on, but I'll be taking a small Mega Man break first. Until then, enjoy this last video. It's been fun!

Richard presents: Let's play Mega Man X, Part 12--Sigma Stage 3

The third Sigma Stage is essentially a big boss rush. I have to face the five remaining Mavericks plus the stage boss, D-Rex. While it isn't that bad if you use the Maverick weapons, this stage can be hell if you're doing a buster only run, especially since you have to deal with both Sting Chameleon and Armored Armadillo again.

The next video will be the final stage and ending. Enjoy!

Richard presents: Let's play Mega Man X, Part 11--Sigma Stage 2

The second Sigma stage isn't nearly as difficult as the first, and is actually fairly boring. We've got two more Maverick rematches and a bizarre boss with Rangda Bangda, but other than that there's very little of note. I do go quiet for long stretches of this video as a result, so I apologize for that. Enjoy!

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