The 2nd Review Season 2+1 – Inconvfefeable

The 2nd Review Summary of Podcast #64

Your 2nd Review HostsKaiba & Jay Zippo

Resident Evil Franchise

Since they announced the reboot of the Resident Evil film franchise, I decided it was time to take a break from talking about games, to talk about games in films or films about games or however you want to say it.

Despite Resident Evil: The Final Chapter being ‘the final chapter’, it appears that Screen Gems and Constantin Films will be rebooting the franchise with director James Wan (Aquaman) set to produce and no director chosen at this time, it will be taking us back to the beginning of the franchise (possibly RE1). However, after multiple sequels (5 total) and a fanbase that got more tired after each and every one of them, it begs the question of “why?”.

Even though fans have asked for this franchise to just die (no pun intended), the money is there because people still flock to see it and according to The Numbers, here are the stats for each movie:

Resident Evil

Budget: $35m

Domestic: $40.12m

Worldwide: $103.8m

Resident Evil: Apocalypse

Budget: $50m

Domestic: $50.74m

Worldwide: $125.17m

Resident Evil: Extinction

Budget: $45m

Domestic: $50.64m

Worldwide: $146.16m

Resident Evil: Afterlife

Budget: $57.5m

Domestic: $60.12m

Worldwide: $295.87m

Resident Evil: Retribution

Budget: $65m

Domestic: $42.34m

Worldwide: $238.94m

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter

Budget: $40m

Domestic: $26.84m

Worldwide: $307.35m

Total

Budget: $292.5m

Domestic: $270.82m

Worldwide: $1.217b

The movies weren’t financially horrible (if you don’t include money spent on marketing), they weren’t necessarily blockbusters. However you want to take it, the only thing that could actually save this ‘reboot’ would be if it went back to the game’s horror roots and actually attempts to make it a survival style movie rather than a ‘run and gun’ action flick.

ESO: Morrowind

Set 700 years before the events of the original Morrowind, the Elder Scrolls Online has brought you back to the land of the Dark Elves. You start out much like you did in the original game. On a boat at the port city of Seyda Neen. The first steps hit you right in the TES feels, as you walk towards the office. As you explore you notice many things seem familiar, while still keeping things different enough for gameplay.

Read the rest and watch the video here:

http://www.the2ndreview.com/morrowind-dlc-for-elder-scrolls-online/

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