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Daymare 1994 Sandcastle brings us its spectacular presentation trailer

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Daymare 1994 Sandcastle brings us its spectacular presentation trailer

The latest chapter in the Resident Evil saga is having incredible success and is being liked a lot, but purists of the Survival Horror genre continue to prefer the old titles of the franchise. Daymare: 1998 was a title that tried to capture that classic spirit and although it was not a panacea, its developers not only did not give up but they have prepared a new game called Daymare: 1994 Sandcastle.

Daymare: 1994 Sandcastle is going to try again to capture that classic aura that the first Resident Evil gave off but with the consequent changes in technology. The protagonist is called Dalila Reyes, who, being a former government spy and currently Hades’ agent, has to infiltrate a laboratory in the United States of America where strange phenomena are occurring. As you can see, the story is prized for paranoid speculations based on the most classic Survival Horror.

Daymare: 1994 Sandcastle is a prequel to the previous title

To support all this information, the developer, Invader Studios, has provided us with an interesting and terrifying trailer that shows us a part of what we can find why we are making room on our shelves and preparing ourselves to feel terror in its purest form.

Daymare: 1994 Sandcastle is a full-blown Survival Horror and we look forward to its release next year 2022 for Xbox One, Xbox Series, and PC consoles. We wait for you in our networks to talk about the best Survival Horror.

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Microsoft: “Japan is the fastest-growing market for Xbox”

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Microsoft Japan is the fastest-growing market for Xbox

Historically, the Asian market has been Microsoft’s black spot. The company has made several attempts since the inception of the Xbox brand to establish itself in that market, but it was not until a few years ago that it managed to gain a fairly remarkable mass of Japanese players.

Games like Minecraft or services like Xbox Game Pass are making both the company’s consoles and video games sell more in Japan. In fact, according to the person in charge in the Asian territory Jeremy Hinton, the Japanese market is where the Microsoft brand is growing the most.

Xbox in Japan: the fastest growing market

This information comes from a Hilton interview for IGN Japan where he speaks especially of this growth. The clearest example can be found with Sea of ​​Thieves, which thanks to its Japanese localization have achieved an incredible increase in players. In addition, their data indicates that many of those who are acquiring an Xbox Series X | S are gamers who have never owned a Microsoft console, or even those who abandoned it after Xbox 360.

The content and games of Japanese studios have also grown in recent times, and that obviously not only helps to grow in the Japanese market, but it is also something that users from the rest of the world have been asking for some time. The greatest exponent of this is found with the Yakuza saga, which we can enjoy completely and for free thanks to Xbox Game Pass.

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E3 2021: Xbox and Bethesda Event Wins Best Performance Award

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E3 2021 Xbox and Bethesda Event Wins Best Performance Award

Last Sunday’s joint Xbox and Bethesda event was for many ones of the best presentations that are remembered at an E3 in many years. Microsoft and Bethesda did not take too many prisoners and came out with the entire arsenal from the first minute.

The joint event had everything, a hectic 90-minute pace that served to give a glimpse of the present and future of the brand as well as everything that is yet to come. Starfield, Halo Infinite, Redfall, or Forza Horizon 5 were great announcements of the event and it always gave the feeling that many things are still in the pipeline such as Hellblade 2, Perfect Dark, Everwild, or the long-awaited Fable. Without all these weapons on the battlefield, everything that was announced was more than enough for this event to have won the award for the best presentation of E3 2021.

The Xbox and Bethesda event the best of E3 2021

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Omen of Sorrow is coming to Xbox this year

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Omen of Sorrow is coming to Xbox this year

Nowadays, fans of one-on-one fighting games have several exponents of the genre to quench their warrior thirst, but it never hurts to add a quality title to the catalog, no matter how vast, and that is where Omen of Sorrow, a particular horror-themed fighting game that debuted as an exclusive on PS4 and this year will also arrive on Xbox One.

Developed by the Chileans from AOne Games and produced by Eastasiasoft, Omen of Sorrow was designed with Unreal Engine 4 as a classic 2D fighting title and intended to be played with only four buttons. The theme of the production includes not only terror but also the fantasy genre and mythology in general.

Omen of Sorrow is getting closer

As for the game modes, the title will feature both local and online multiplayer with classic GGPO code that will take the fighters to confrontations in different scenarios of the world based on traditional European legends. Like any self-respecting fighting title these days, it also has a story mode, arcade and the typical challenges of the survival mode .

The exact arrival date of the title on Xbox is still unknown but it is confirmed that it will be sometime in 2021.

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