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Capcom had expanded it's next Resident Evil game beta testing from Japan to USA

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- Sat, 10 Aug 2019 01:35:59 EST Ehy9IHjp No.741409
File: 1565415359472.jpg -(131717B / 128.63KB, 720x1014) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Capcom had expanded it's next Resident Evil game beta testing from Japan to USA
North American fans could be about to join their Japanese counterparts in getting a sneak peek at the next Resident Evil.


Capcom began sending out invites to Japanese horror aficionados last week. The team seems to be testing an unannounced new Resident Evil project and invited local Resident Evil Ambassadors to an event in Shinjuku at the start of September.

That invite seems to have been extended to Ambassadors in the US. Resi fan Patrick Copeland (via Siliconera) tweeted out an email he received from Capcom, claiming the firm is holding two hands-on events in North America. One in Los Angeles on September 20-21, and a second in New York on September 23-24.

You’ll have to be a member of the Resi Ambassador program to get in on the event. That also means you’ll have to have played a Resident Evil game before. Fair enough, really. You can sign up to be an Ambassador over on Capcom’s site here.
http://www.capcom.co.jp/ambassador/re_bh/us/sp/
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Alice - Sat, 10 Aug 2019 01:43:01 EST p3ii5NPa No.741410 Reply
Now companies are trying to get game testers without paying for them? I don't how to feel about this honestly, mite b cool (as long as they take the feedback genuinely)
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Liu Kang - Sat, 10 Aug 2019 02:38:47 EST Ehy9IHjp No.741427 Reply
>>741410
It's interesting, are they making Resident Evil 3 Remake, Reaident Evil 8 or Revelations 3?
Honestly I would prefer Resident Evil 3 Remake, since those were the gilden era of Resident Evil series.
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Glacius - Sat, 10 Aug 2019 02:48:05 EST BrS4+5cw No.741428 Reply
If they're beta testing something, it's almost guaranteed to be some terrible live service online shooter royale garbage instead of a good single player game.
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Desmond Miles - Sat, 10 Aug 2019 04:29:38 EST A0EiJyuw No.741435 Reply
>>741428
battle royales are pretty much over, I bet it's an auto-chess
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Liu Kang - Sat, 10 Aug 2019 04:51:52 EST Ehy9IHjp No.741439 Reply
>>741428
Before they finished RE2, they had already started the development of RE3 remake.
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Fulgore - Sat, 10 Aug 2019 09:17:40 EST b3O7lm30 No.741445 Reply
The least they could do is cover transport cost and give lunch.
No person that values their life will participate, feedback will be skewed heavily towards tastes of the lonely and desperate.
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Nana & Popo - Sat, 10 Aug 2019 21:43:27 EST jFkUlU3y No.741471 Reply
>>741410
Playtesters aren't the same thing as QA. Studios and publishers constantly bring in people from the public to playtest games to get a feel for how the game is tracking, and any issues the playtesters find they hit up their QA department to investigate afterward.

For playtests the last thing you want is some asshole off the street that thinks they're a QA tester, but rather regular people that will just play your game and give you honest feedback.
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Ecco the Dolphin - Fri, 16 Aug 2019 08:28:08 EST 4JtP3k7Z No.741611 Reply
>>741409
>Ambassador

That's a red flag right there. Do not pass go. Do not shill for beta testing, testing, unbeknownst to the gaming public at large these days is actually a job.

Which doesn't mean you have to get paid, but it also doesn't mean you should have to pay for the privilege.

But betas are actually demos now. That's right. Either way you slice it they're making you pay for shit that was supposed to be free.
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Clyde - Sat, 17 Aug 2019 00:04:12 EST Ehy9IHjp No.741630 Reply
>>741611
I can already imagine the majority of leaking the game on the internet before it's official announcment.
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Trainer Red - Sat, 17 Aug 2019 00:26:27 EST RJ+z6ASz No.741631 Reply
>[Requirements]
>1) You must be registered in the Resident Evil ambassador Program.
>2) You must have played a previous Resident Evil title in the past.

lmfao why are these seperate, who the fuck would join the ambassador program and never played a single RE game in their life
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Bob the Killer Goldfish - Sat, 17 Aug 2019 07:59:55 EST JN8a3vm+ No.741646 Reply
>>741631
Some weeb who wants to go to the event despite playing any of them. RE is a huge name. There’s bound to plenty especially younger gamers looking to get into horror.
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Alex Mercer - Sat, 17 Aug 2019 09:13:36 EST x7c1tHDd No.741648 Reply
>>741646
Resident Evil is a bit of an old game. I don't see Young Gamers latching on to it the way they do with Fortnite and Minecraft.
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Bolozof Velasgo - Sat, 17 Aug 2019 19:28:15 EST zBI3F5od No.741680 Reply
>>741648
>RE7 was pretty Youtube baity.

I mean, I liked it and liked the new direction. Gave some fresh air to the series and all but a grown ass man screaming at the top of his lungs at a picture of old people and being a fucking idiot in general appeals to youngsters. I mean, if you're 30 fucking years old and scream every 20 seconds at jump scares in a video game you're a cunt or mentally handicapped.

Let's players are generally a cancer. Some aren't but the vast majority are just fucking awful.

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