Resident Evil will make its PS4 and Xbox One debut next year. Capcom announced today that they're remaking the first game in the survival horror series for new-gen consoles, PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.
Capcom has announced that they will rectify their grand mistake that was the original Resident Evil 4 port on PC by re-releasing the game in HD with better... well, better everything.
Alien Isolation creators Creative Assembly says that the first Dead Space and Resident Evil games are sources of inspiration as they craft their new survival horror game. However, CA says those two series "marginalized" their fans in their sequels.
The end of the month is just a few days away, meaning it’s officially time to take a peek at the September offerings for PlayStation Plus. It’s a nice lineup next month, offering plenty of zombie shooting and alien blasting on the PlayStation 3, as well as some law breaking and colorful platforming on the PlayStation Vita.
It’s pretty slim pickings on the Nintendo eShop this week, but Donkey Kong and Mario (along with his Mini buddies) will keep gamers busy on the 3DS while Wii U owners will be able to take Resident Evil Revelations for a test drive in the latest demo.
Resident Evil 6 for home consoles garnered a lot of mixed reviews (to put it lightly) and it was coming off a time when Capcom's reputation was pretty much trying to claw its way out of the gutter. Well, Capcom found a way to completely restore trust in the Resident Evil brand and it doesn't include handing over more movie rights to Paul W.S. Anderson. Instead, they're teaming up with Gaben.
Capcom released a new trailer for Resident Evil: Revelations to highlight and showcase the game's super-hard Infernal Mode. When we talk about video game difficulty, this is one of those modes that actually adds replay value to the experience and shows that Capcom may actually be in it to win it.
The Xbox Live Ultimate Game Sale continues into day three and this time gamers will find deep discounts of 50-75 percent off on a collection of five Resident Evil titles. That’s mountains of dead zombies, all at a fraction of the usual asking price.
Capcom has bit the bucket, kicked the cricket and bumped and barn when it comes to Resident Evil. Lately, they've been trying to go off the deep-end into “Call of Duty” territory and the long-term sales and feedback did not go over well at all. Now, Capcom is revising their approach to Resident Evil and they're saying the core fans were right all along.
After departing from Epic Games earlier in the month, Clifford Bleszinski is a free agent and his first order of business? Offering his services to Capcom to help restore the prestige and B-movie horror antics to the Resident Evil franchise. I don't know if pumping Leon up on steroids like his virtual buddy Chris Redfield will be the right way to go, but roiding up characters like a WWE wrestler seems to have done wonders for the sales of Gears of War.
Given today's abysmally slow outpouring of anything interesting happening in the gaming industry and a lot of painfully dull press releases saying “tell people to buy this crap” I figured today was as good a day as any to salute video game reviewers for doing something right for once: Having critically mixed reviews of Resident Evil 6.
A UK based newspaper in Norfolk is reporting that three men are being labeled as the “Resident Evil killers” after they brutally tortured, mutilated and murdered another man back on May 24th. Quite naturally, only a video game could prompt for such a grizzly act of violence, right?
If you're afraid of stepping into Resident Evil 6 because it seems too scary, or potentially stepping into the game for the very first time, you may not want to experience all the horror and terror the way it was intended to be experienced. Hence, Capcom has included an infinite ammo option for casual gamers.
Major reviews are in for Resident Evil 6 and they aren't looking too good. While the pre-release review scores for the game were fairly high (mostly to appease the publisher like some sort of sacrificial offering) the reviews released today are anything but glowing, save for a few here and there.
All right, let's face it: Resident Evil 6 is all about the action. It's not really a creepy horror-survival game anymore. You'll spend a lot of time shooting at zombies with high-powered weapons that have plenty of ammunition and you'll even face off against terrorist zombies who wield firearms. It may not be classic Resident Evil anymore but you have to admit that some parts look pretty fun.