"Despite the sales of Resident Evil 6, the Resident Evil series remains one of Capcom’s strongest brands. A sequel is inevitable, but the question is when will Capcom announce a new game. Japanese newspaper Sankei Shimbun suggests this may be sooner rather than later with speculation of a Resident Evil 7 reveal at this year’s E3.According to the report, Capcom have been working on smartphone titles from two branches, located in Osaka and Tokyo, and starting this month, the branches will be uniting as one with their online game development team, to have a synergy effect that will provide mobile games with more knowhow of common online PC game elements, such as transaction methods, and more.While the report only talks about a PlayStation 4 title, Japanese media often mention the Sony console when talking about the current generation, so keep in mind that they’re not implying that Resident Evil 7 will be an exclusive title."
"Bust out your Ink Spots records, because it’s time to get really excited about Fallout 4 again. Zenimax Media – parent company of Bethesda Softworks – filed three trademark applications with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, all for the term “Nuka Cola” – the ubiquitous cola brand of the Fallout series.Registering a trademark ‘based on intent to use’ as opposed to ‘based on use in commerce’, as Zenimax did with Nuka Cola, suggests this may be different to the usual protective type of trademark used for long running IPs – instead it implies new designs for the Nuka Cola brand."
"It’s 43,806 names long, and it’s not even close to being finished.It’s a project to name every single video game, ever made, for every platform. Pastebin user Data_Baser is leading the project, with help from 4chan’s /vr/ retro games board. And it aims to be comprehensive, including not just arcade, console or PC releases, but video games made for mobile platforms, browser-based games, and visual novels.So far, the oldest entries are for Computer Space and Galaxy Game, both class of 1971."