With split reception across the board, Microsoft Studio's 'ReCore' was universally lauded for its excruciatingly long loading times upon release - among other niggling bugs and design issues.
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ReCore, the girl-meets-robot title from Capcom alum Keiji Inafune, was a breath of fresh air when it was revealed at Microsoft’s press conference last E3, but we haven’t seen much beyond that initial teaser.
ReCore is a game that seems centered around a girl and her friendly sentient robotic orb surviving in a world filled with less friendly sentient robotic orbs. It was announced at E3 2015 originally as an Xbox One-exclusive game, but new reports confirm that the game is coming to PC as well within 2016.