Capcom Celebrates Halloween By Making Classic Costumes Free In Resident Evil 2

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Capcom Celebrates Halloween By Making Classic Costumes Free In Resident Evil 2

To thank fans for their “undying support,” this morning, Capcom tweeted out that the classic costumes for both Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield will be free and unlockable for all players in the upcoming remake of Resident Evil 2.

The tweet also included a short trailer that showcases the new costumes. You can check it out below:

The upcoming remake generated a lot of buzz at this year’s E3 and rightfully so as a completely new, highly-polished reboot of one of the most lauded survival horror games of all time. The release date for the game is currently slotted for January 25.

Rockstar Reveals The Talent Behind Red Dead Redemption II's Official Soundtrack

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Rockstar Reveals The Talent Behind Red Dead Redemption II's Official Soundtrack

Composed by Woody Jackson, Red Dead Redemption II's soundtrack is soon getting an official album release. Jackson previously worked on several past Rockstar titles, including the original Red Dead Redemption, L.A. Noire, and Grand Theft Auto V.

The evocative score has additional production and arrangement by Jeff Silverman (Truth and Soul) and other musical score and orchestration by Colin Stetson (Hereditary). Other notable contributors include David Ferguson (Johnny Cash’s engineer), David Ralicke (Sons of Anarchy), Gabe Witcher (True Detective), Luke O'Malley, Mario Batkovic (of Geoff Barrow’s Invada), Matt Sweeney (Chavez, Superwolf, Iggy Pop, Bonnie Prince Billy), Rabih Beaini and Senyawa, along with 110 other musicians including Arca (Bjork, Kanye West, Frank Ocean and Kelela collaborator), Duane Eddy (Lee Hazlewood protégé), Jon Theodore (former drummer of Mars Volta and current Queens of the Stone Age drummer), Michael Shuman aka Mikey Shoes (Queens of the Stone Age, Mini Mansions) and more.

Rockstar Reveals The Talent Behind Red Dead Redemption II's Official Soundtrack

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Composed by Woody Jackson, Red Dead Redemption II's soundtrack is soon getting an official album release. Jackson previously worked on several past Rockstar titles, including the original Red Dead Redemption, L.A. Noire, and Grand Theft Auto V.

The evocative score has additional production and arrangement by Jeff Silverman (Truth and Soul) and other musical score and orchestration by Colin Stetson (Hereditary). Other notable contributors include David Ferguson (Johnny Cash’s engineer), David Ralicke (Sons of Anarchy), Gabe Witcher (True Detective), Luke O'Malley, Mario Batkovic (of Geoff Barrow’s Invada), Matt Sweeney (Chavez, Superwolf, Iggy Pop, Bonnie Prince Billy), Rabih Beaini and Senyawa, along with 110 other musicians including Arca (Bjork, Kanye West, Frank Ocean and Kelela collaborator), Duane Eddy (Lee Hazlewood protégé), Jon Theodore (former drummer of Mars Volta and current Queens of the Stone Age drummer), Michael Shuman aka Mikey Shoes (Queens of the Stone Age, Mini Mansions) and more.

Gore-Filled Retro Shooter Dusk Receives A Release Date

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Gore-Filled Retro Shooter Dusk Receives A Release Date

The golden-era inspired shooter Dusk has received an official release date for its v1.0 launch on Steam. On December 10, fans who enjoy turning demons into fine red mist in classic arcade-style shooters will be able to pick up a copy for a special launch price of $16.66 on Steam. Fans who already purchased the game's first two campaign episodes on Early Access will also be able to play the complete release three days early, and will receive a free 50+ page graphic novel.

Along with the announcement, to celebrate the Halloween season, developer New Blood Interactive also released a trailer today, which you can see below, showcasing the first-person descent into what appears to be a demonic portal, dual-wielding shotguns and using a crossbow to mow down monstrosities who burst like bags of pixelated red confetti. 

The announcement also mentions that preview builds are now available for the first half of episode three, a new survival arena and updates to the first two story chapters.

Gore-Filled Retro Shooter Dusk Receives A Release Date

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Gore-Filled Retro Shooter Dusk Receives A Release Date

The golden-era inspired shooter Dusk has received an official release date for its v1.0 launch on Steam. On December 10, fans who enjoy turning demons into fine red mist in classic arcade-style shooters will be able to pick up a copy for a special price launch price on Steam for $16.66. Fans who already purchased the game's first two campaign episodes on Early Access will also be able to play the complete release three days early, and will receive a free 50+ page graphic novel.

Along with the announcement, to celebrate the Halloween season, developer New Blood Interactive also released a trailer today, which you can see below, showcasing the first-person descent into what appears to be a demonic portal, dual-wielding shotguns and using a crossbow to mow down monstrosities who burst like bags of pixelated red confetti. 

The announcement also mentions that preview builds are now available for the first half of episode three, a new survival arena and updates to the first two story chapters.

Get A Sneak Peek Of Lavender Town In Pokémon: Let's Go

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Get A Sneak Peek Of Lavender Town In Pokémon: Let's Go

One of Pokémon's notoriously spooky locales, Lavender Town, is making its way to Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu & Eevee, as seen in the new trailer. 

You can check out the video below, which also features a new rendition of the spooky original tune for Lavender Town.

Lavender Town is a standout location from Pokémon Red and Blue taking place in a cemetery. Rumors circulated online about a creepypasta story relating to its music, about children who would have headaches or nosebleeds from the chiptune song.

Trailer Gives A Sneak Peek Of Lavender Town In Pokémon: Let's Go

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Trailer Gives A Sneak Peek Of Lavender Town In Pokémon: Let's Go

One of Pokémon's notoriously spooky locales, Lavender Town, is making its way to Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu & Eevee, as seen in the new trailer. 

You can check out the video below, which also features a new rendition of the spooky original tune for Lavender Town.

Lavender Town is a standout location from Pokémon Red and Blue taking place in a cemetery. Rumors circulated online about a creepypasta story relating to its music, about children who would have headaches or nosebleeds from the chiptune song.

Watch The New Spooky Trailer For The Dark Pictures: Man Of Medan

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Watch The New Spooky Trailer For The Dark Pictures: Man Of Medan

It's a dark and stormy night in the new trailer for The Dark Pictures: Man Of Medan. In Supermassive’s follow-up to Until Dawn, your choices on this ghostly ship will seal your fate. Treat yourself to some holiday scares with suspicious skeletons and man-eating slugs in the video below. 

Bandai Namco and Supermassive revealed The Dark Pictures Anthology, which will be a series of spooky choice-driven games, at Gamescom earlier this year. The first up, Man Of Medan, is a new choose-your-own-adventure sea voyage that would make Cthulhu queasy, and we got a hands-on look. Our news editor Imran Khan describes the Man of Medan demo as "graphically captivating," and it "nails the tone and atmosphere it seems to be going for."

The Dark Pictures: Man Of Medan is set to release in 2019 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. 

Watch The New Spooky Trailer For The Dark Pictures: Man Of Medan

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Watch The New Spooky Trailer For The Dark Pictures: Man Of Medan

It's a dark and stormy night in the new trailer for The Dark Pictures: Man Of Medan. In Supermassive’s follow-up to Until Dawn, your choices on this ghostly ship will seal your fate. Treat yourself to some holiday scares with suspicious skeletons and man-eating slugs in the video below. 

Bandai Namco and Supermassive revealed The Dark Pictures Anthology, which will be a series of spooky choice-driven games, at Gamescom earlier this year. The first up, Man Of Medan, is a new choose-your-own-adventure sea voyage that would make Cthulhu queasy, and we got a hands-on look. Our news editor Imran Khan describes the Man of Medan demo as "graphically captivating," and it "nails the tone and atmosphere it seems to be going for."

The Dark Pictures: Man Of Medan is set to release in 2019 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. 

Pottery Barn Introduces PlayStation Home Decor Line Up

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Pottery Barn Introduces PlayStation Home Decor Line Up

If you're looking for some PlayStation-themed decor for your living room or gaming area, Pottery Barn's got you covered. The home furnishing store has unveiled a new line-up that is based on the PlayStation design.

The five products range from a media console to a beanbag. Although pricey, each has an eye-catching dark tone and a modern aesthetic, which makes them look quite nice. Here's the full line-up, and a picture that Sony tweeted out:

Decorate your home with a new collection of PlayStation-inspired furnishings, available now at @potterybarnteen: https://t.co/h1Oj5yKXzc pic.twitter.com/ewY94kMtK3