Let’s Play Resident Evil 7 Part 8 – Resident Kinevil

It’s all been building up to this – the boss fight with Jack, the escape from the mansion, and the fake end of the game. Seriously, we’re not sure how Mary doesn’t know about the tanker yet, either.

Mary also discovers the secret second half of the game that makes it even better. There’s no joke here, this game is just really good.

Join former GameSpot producer Mary Kish and current GameSpot producer Mike Mahardy every Saturday at 3 pm PT as they play through every numbered Resident Evil title. You can catch up on previous episodes on the show’s GameSpot page here, or on its YouTube channel here.

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PlayStation Sale Offering Up To 50 Percent Off On Some Games Until January 2

Holiday deals are finally coming to an end. PlayStation already has featured mark downs on their higher-end products, like the PS4 Pro and PSVR headsets, but now the games are getting a little love. Until January 2, catch all your favorites on the PlayStation Store for up to 50 percent off.

The sale appears to be exclusively for video games, but it isn’t limited to full games alone. Deals include mark downs on PS4, PS Vita, PS3, PS2 and PS1 Classic, and PSVR titles, as well as bundles and DLC.

PlayStation Plus members can save even more with this sale, netting upwards of 60 percent off. But it should be noted that PlayStation Plus memberships themselves are not currently on sale. You can take a sneak peek at some of the deals below, but the prices listed may be a little less for Plus members.

PlayStation Holiday Sale

  • Rise of the Tomb Raider: $26
  • Ark: Survival Evolved: $36
  • Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix: $30
  • Overcooked: $9
  • Suikoden IV: $6
  • Final Fantasy XV Digital Premium Edition: $38
  • Grim Fandango Remastered: $5
  • Mind Zero: $13
  • Skyrim VR: $41
  • Thief: $3
  • Final Fantasy XIII-2: $9
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 w/ DLC: $18
  • Silent Hill: $4
  • The Evil Within Digital Bundle: $18

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Marvel’s Create Your Own Comic Platform Comes With Restrictions

Marvel’s Create Your Own platform is set to let you take control of creating your own comics using Marvel superheroes, but some restrictions apply.

The website for the not-yet launched platform lists the restrictions, some of which are pretty straight-forward, while others seem odd. For example, the platform is region-specific, so only aspiring comic writers “physically located” in the US, Canada, Australia, and Singapore can use the service.

However, creators are also prohibited from using “obscenity, bad or offensive language,” or even “proxies for bad or offensive language.” That means your comics can’t even use the classic ‘@#$%!’ for curse words that have existed in comic-dom for ages.

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Star Wars Veteran John Williams to Write a Theme for Solo

John Williams will write a theme for Solo: A Star Wars Story.

In an interview with Variety, Williams revealed he will be working on his ninth Star Wars film, with John Powell still staying on as Solo’s primary composer.

“The present plan is that I’m writing a theme for Han Solo, and John Powell is going to write the score, which he’ll do brilliantly,” Williams said.

Powell will be writing the rest of the themes for the movie, which Williams says he’s excited to hear. Lucasfilm announced Powell as Solo’s composer earlier this summer.

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