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Valve and Capcom team up for Left 4 Dead 2 Resident Evil

first_imgGet ready guys, because it would seem that tangentially related gaming crossovers are becoming more of a prominent strategy in the industry. Fighting games have usually participated in this strategy — most notably Capcom, throwing its Street Fighter characters in with Marvel and Tekken characters. Back in January, Nintendo announced that it would be mixing up Fire Emblem and Shin Megami Tensai characters in an upcoming RPG. Now, Valve and Capcom have joined forces to combine their respective zombie games, Left 4 Dead 2 and Resident Evil 6.Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on how you feel about crossovers and either series), the crossover won’t be an entirely new title, like the aforementioned Fire Emblem-Shin Megami Tensai vehicle. Instead, characters from Left 4 Dead 2 will exclusively show up in the Resident Evil 6 PC release, and characters from RE6 will exclusively show up in the PC version of L4D2.RE6 players will be able to play as L4D2 characters Coach, Ellis, Nick, or Rochelle in the RE6 mode exclusive to the PC, The Mercenaries No Mercy. Making all of your L4D2 nightmares come true, the Witch and Mini Tank will also make an appearance and pester your characters just like the good old days. In turn, RE6 enemies will appear in L4D2, which Valve developers made possible with Steam Workshop.Now, while this crossover won’t light the world on fire and begin a new line of R4E6D2 games, Valve partnering up with Capcom is really what is worth noting. Sure, Valve tosses just about anything into Team Fortress 2, a landscape that seems to be a wild west of low entry standards at times, but this tagteam seems odd. Perhaps it’ll lead to a bigger project somewhere down the line and Valve is just testing the waters with this character crossover.Image credit: Left 4 Dead mod Last Escapelast_img read more

TEMPE Ariz — Inactivity does not suit Arizona Ca

first_img TEMPE, Ariz. — Inactivity does not suit Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson.Whether on or off the field, he’s always on the go.Recently, however, his on-field movement had been halted due to offseason ankle surgery.That changed Tuesday, when Peterson “did all his individual work” on the first day of Cardinals mini-camp, according to head coach Bruce Arians.“He looked great,” Arians said. 0 Comments   Share   “Once training camp comes around, I’ll be 100 percent,” said. “I’ll be ready to roll.” – / 19 “It was better to nip it in the bud right now versus going into the season and keeping my fingers crossed that I don’t get an ankle sprain,” he said, referring to surgery. “It was definitely better to get it done now versus later.”Still, in the short-term, Peterson found it difficult to stay patient.“Very, very difficult,” he said. “The trainers, they definitely did a good job of keeping the handcuffs on me because I definitely was on them each and every day — let’s get out there and do something — because I’m not used to this.  I’m always on the field, I’m always running, I’m always practicing.  This is probably the first time I missed practice since I’ve been in the NFL, so this is definitely something new to me.”Peterson, however, understood the importance of being smart with the rehab process.“These guys want to make sure that I’m healthy for the long haul and healthy when it counts. I don’t want anything to prolong or hold me back,” he said.Peterson is expected to do more individual work over the final two days of mini-camp.The Cardinals then break for the summer. They don’t report to training camp until July 28, more than enough time for Peterson to be completely healthy. Patrick Peterson could do little more than walk around during OTAs (pictured), but Monday at mini-camp he was back on the field doing some work. (Photo by Adam Green/Arizona Sports) Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Top Stories Peterson was pleased as well.“It felt great. The ankle wasn’t an issue. It’s not sore or anything right now,” he said, standing at his locker. “It’s always a good thing when you’re able to put the helmet back on, especially when it’s been almost six months since I strapped the helmet up.”Peterson was expected to miss all of the Cardinals’ offseason work.His goal, though, was to practice some, even if it was limited to position drills.Peterson just needed to be on the field.“So I can be at peace,” he said, flashing a smile. “I knew I can do it, but when you have ankle surgery — being a corner — and my job is based on cutting and explosiveness and things like that, you want to make sure that you’re comfortable. The goal was definitely to get out there and do some individual (work) here in mini-camp, and goal accomplished.”Peterson underwent surgery April 20, nearly seven weeks ago, to repair a bad right ankle that bothered him last season.Not once did the ankle become an issue to the point where Peterson didn’t play. In fact, he started every game for the fifth straight season.Peterson enjoyed one of his better seasons in 2015 with a fifth straight Pro Bowl selection and third career All-Pro honor. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and sellinglast_img read more