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Resident Evil 6 may have already released and sputtered into mediocrity on home consoles after getting off to a good sales start, but it hasn't yet released for PC and Capcom is back on the promotion train to alert and inform PC gamers about what makes the PC version worthy of investment.
An indie game has been making its way around the underground gaming scene, scaring the living brownies out of people and causing some gamers to scream out like their gonads were pinched in a box of zero degree vice grips. The name of the game? Slender.
Capcom announced today that Resident Evil: Revelations is currently available for the Nintendo 3DS at local and online retailers. You can pick up your copy and start enjoying some classic, claustrophobic, survival-horror gameplay right now.
A new Halloween trailer has surfaced featuring the titular heroine kicking butt, cutting people in half, slicing, dicing and mincing heads, as well as taking time to seductively pose for some raunchy close-ups.
Vector Cell and Lexis Numerique's upcoming horror game for home consoles and PC just received a new GamesCom trailer featuring a nightmarish look at some of the gameplay in the horror-survival title.
The sexy new erotic action-thriller from the makers of Persona will be available in more than just the standard edition. Atlus announced today that a deluxe edition of Catherine will be available in limited quantities for both the Xbox 360 and PS3.
Atlus made a startling announcement regarding the popular Japanese romance-horror game, Catherine: It turns out that the risqué title will see the light of day on North American retail shelves for the Xbox 360 and PS3 beginning this summer.
That term used for pretty much every game that isn’t a first-party title for the Wii may not apply to the upcoming survival-title going by the name of Cursed Mountain. Deep Silver's survival-horror game steers clear from the mini-game formulae and we have screenshots to prove it.
The Xbox 360 and PS3 will be getting a real tricky treat this Halloween with Redwood Shores’ horror-shooter, Dead Space. Featuring an average engineer as the main protagonist, gamers will embark on a terrifying quest to uncover the secrets of the infested ship, the USG Ishimura.
It’s been a year since that whole fiasco started with the Resident Evil 5 racism debacle. But let’s not be so daft as to ignore the real reason behind the hot-fuss surrounding a trailer involving zombie killing: There was a heroic, white male beating and shooting the living crap out of poverty-ridden, blacks.