The Gamer Headlines Show Ep. 73: BioShock Collection Rumors and Resident Evil 2 Remake Update

By Chris Cortes – 7th April 2016
The Gamer Headlines Show Ep. 73: BioShock Collection Rumors and Resident Evil 2 Remake Update

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Hosted by Adnan Riaz and Christopher Cortes, this week’s episode has our hosts discussing the recent rumors about a BioShock Collection, a new update on the development of the Resident Evil 2 remake, and more.

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  • Mr0303

    Crash did have a couple of good games after Naughty Dog stopped working on it. The Wrath of Cortex and Twinsanity were quite enjoyable and developed by Traveller’s Tales – the guys who make the LEGO games. That being said the Activision titles were not great.

    I think WB is really rushing the DC cinematic universe. Chances are we’re going to see Darkseid in the next movie, which seems a bit too soon. Both Marvel and DC are going for the cosmic villains and after that there isn’t anywhere they can go to escalate the stakes. I wonder if the super hero movie train will slow down after 2020.

    • Chris Cortes

      I hope they start to slow down. It’s just becoming too much of a given these days, and I think slowing it down will get people excited for them again.

      But yeah, I have no idea where DC or Marvel will go after these cosmic villains are revealed. It’d be cool to see Secret Wars adapted in the future.