Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City Disc contains files from Star Wars: Battlefront III

Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City only scored a 53 on Metacritic, but the disc itself is not without a few surprises. Betagames.org was able to locate a hidden folder containing loading screens from a canceled Star Wars: Battlefront sequel. Check it out at NeoGaf and gaze in wonder at what might have been!

 

 

Sources:Reviews on the Run.

Slant Six outs first original IP, Strata Scavenger | Joystiq


Fresh off the release of Resident Evil: Operation Racoon City, Slant Six has announced it’s next project with an original IP, Strata Scavenger. The title was made possible through the government’s Canadian Media Fund, which has contributed $1 million to the project.

Not much to tell about the game thus far except this single promo image. I guess it means competition over Vancouver’s rapidly dwindling Residential space has gone from bad to post apocalyptic. By-laws are enforced by lasers instead of $200 fines. Council meetings have devolved into heavily armed shoot-outs. As the strata council member at large, you alone are responsible for maintaining law, order, and Mrs. Bloomington’s pet cat mittens while she takes a shopping trip to the states. Good luck, Strata Scavenger.

Source:Joystiq.

Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City’s first 10 minutes

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GameReactor posted the first mission of Slant Six’s Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City. You play the part of Lupo, leader of a team of Umbrella Soldiers charged with protecting the zombie-creating G-Virus from the hands of the tax-and-spend government. The game seems like a standard shooter, but I also recognize some of the settings from Resident Evil 2. They’re starting off with an action movie set-piece, but are opting for a slow burn when it comes to revealing zombies or other bio-engineered nasties. I like that. Operation Raccoon City will be released on March 20th.

Source:Co-Optimus