The Gamer Headlines Show Ep. 77: Will Resident Evil 7 be at E3 2016?

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By Chris Cortes – 19th May 2016
The Gamer Headlines Show Ep. 77: Will Resident Evil 7 be at E3 2016?

Welcome to The Gamer Headlines Show, a weekly podcast discussing video games, movies, comics, TV, and any other topic deemed geeky enough to be covered.

Hosted by Adnan Riaz and Christopher Cortes, this week’s episode has our hosts discussing the report that Resident Evil 7 may be featured at E3 2016, Capcom’s plans on how they will release games in the future, our impressions on the Assassin’s Creed movie trailer, and more.

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What are your thoughts on the possibility of Resident Evil 7 appearing at E3 2016? Do you think the Assassin’s Creed movie trailer was good? Let us know in the comments!

  • Mr0303

    You’ve made a great point about the MCU villains. Because of the happy go lucky attitude Disney puts in those movies there really can’t be an intimidating villain. This is why I was a bit baffled

    I do hope that Capcom really delivers on their comment about completeness. SFV is really bare bones and this is why I’m a bit worried that they’ll do the same to a potential DMC5, which will be a repeat of history with DMC4.

    If Adnan is still looking for a show to start watching, I think he’d like The Flash since he enjoyed Supergirl. Seriously it is one of the best super hero shows ever created.

  • Mr0303

    On the topic of race in gaming – I don’t think the industry has a problem with that. We’ve been playing characters of all races since the beginning of gaming. Every JRPG – Japanese character; GTA – black, Hispanic, white people – you name it. Then there is every game that lets you create your own character and you can go wild with your imagination. Not to mention all the non-human characters you can play as in games.

    If anything it is the people in marketing that don’t know that gaming is about free expression of ideas and generalise what they think people like, without realising that gaming is about escapism and we can relate to characters vastly different from ourselves.

    • Chris Cortes

      That is a good point. Maybe it’s the games I play (which are more story based/cinematic style) that really only have us playing as a 30 year old white guy for the most part that got me thinking that way.

      But you’re right, GTAV, the AC series, and a few others are great examples of diversity. It’s getting better, for sure, but it’s still funny to hear stories about what publishers think to put on the cover of a game for sales and what not lol

      • Mr0303

        I think the HR teams are using the average gamer as a template, who is most likely the 30 year old white male, which is a bit boring, but somewhat understandable.