Resident Evil

October’s PlayStation Plus Games Look Amazing: Resident Evil, Transformers & More

After introducing a price hike that rose the price of PlayStation Plus as much as 30% in Canada, Sony had to something to show PlayStation owners that the extra $10 – $20 a year is justified. Sony’s surprise for subscribers? Two AAA titles for PlayStation 4, a pair of interesting looking visual novels and some sports action for PlayStation 3 players. Transformers: Devastation | Current Price: $59.99 CDN Platinum Game’s take on the Transformers universe was well...

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The Third Party E3 2016 Booths In Pictures

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There were absolutely dozens upon dozens of booths with hundreds of interactive experiences for attendees to try. Fionna and I tried to see as many booths as we could and play as many games as humanly possible with only six hours of floor time per day. Here is a visual rundown of some of the 3rd party booths – so not Microsoft, Sony or other major console manufacturers – from both the North and South Hall.   Just outside of...

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Resident Evil shooter gets a release date: May

Turning the beloved atmospheric third person shooter/adventure game Resident Evil in to a “competitive shooter” is a decision that when it was announced was questioned by both industy and fan alike. Why would we want this? What purpose could this serve? Resident Evil isint even really a shooter! The fans cried. They were confused, this is supposed to be AAA right? I dont get it what could be competitive about a story based game like Resident Evil?...

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Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within | Retrospective

It’s a pretty well known stereotype in the North American movie world – perhaps globally – that movies based on the stories told in video games generally aren’t that great. Of course, that’s a somewhat mixed opinion with the people who actually make them because, in spite of this, a great number of those movies turn a pretty nice profit, some of them even hitting blockbuster status. Among those that were panned critically, though, is a diamond...

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The Latest Resident Evil Title Is Not What You Are Expecting

Are you a fan of CapCom’s long running survival horror franchise, Resident Evil? Then prepared to be absolutely devastated with the announcement that company will be producing a team based competitive third-person shooter to commemorate the series’ 20th anniversary. Titled Umbrella Corps this newly announced games pits teams of Special Forces against a team consisting of the undead / biological weapons in close quarter environments.  CapCom’s official press-release promises “fast passed action” and an “analog cover system” –...

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BrokenCast Ep3 – “A Legion of Zombies”

On this week’s Episode of BrokenCast Rae Michelle Richards, Andrea Ritsu and Dee sit down to talk about the Resident Evil franchise. They discuss in-depth what made the original Resident Evil and Resident Evil 2 so great as well as speculate about what CapCom may do with the recently revealed Resident Evil 2 Remake and how fans may have beaten them to the punch. In the second segment of the podcast the BrokenCast crew discuss the recently...

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Capcom Finally Commits To Developing An HD Remake of Resident Evil 2

Fans have been clamoring for an HD update to Capcom’s 1998 classic Resident Evil 2 for well over a decade and now the publisher has announced that production on a reboot of the game has begun at Capcom R&D Division 1.  Capcom has been on a bit of a roll with the Resident Evil franchise after the polished re-tooling of the 2002 remake of the original RE sold over 1 million copies. Yoshiaki Hirabyash from R&D 1...

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Resident Evil HD Re-Release Confirmed For Jan 2015

Capcom released one of the ground breaking &  most influential survival horror tiles, Resident Evil more than 18 years ago and now the first game in the series is coming back from the dead to scare a new generations of players on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PS3 and Xbox 360 this January. Re-visiting the 2002 remake originally released on the Nintendo Gamecube this enhanced port includes upgraded visuals with new 3D models, a brand new easy mode...

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Ultimate HD Edition of Resident Evil 4 Coming to PC

Capcom announced today that the ultimate HD edition of Resident Evil 4 will be coming for PC digital download on Steam globally and available as a retail version for Windows PC in Europe. PC gamers will be able to play the survival horror masterpiece in the highest visual fidelity ever with HD running at a smooth 60 frames per second for the first time. Resident Evil 4 will be available on February 28, 2014 for $19.99/€19.99. Added...

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Resident Evil Revelations from 3DS Arriving on Consoles

Capcom confirmed today that Resident Evil Revelations is making the jump to home consoles in May. The game will be released at retail stores for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Windows PC and Nintendo Wii U across North America on May 21st and Europe on May 24th 2013. The title will also be made available for digital download on the same date on PS3 and PC. The PlayStation 3 game will retail for $49.99 and PC for...

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Resident Evil: Revelations Outed By Achievement List

It appears that the 3DS exclusive Resident Evil: Revelations may be coming to the Xbox 360 if a recent listing of achievements it accurate. While not officially announced, this all but confirms that it will be coming out soon. It’s just a matter if this will be a retail release or released via Games On Demand. Personally I think the latter option will probably be what happens seeing how both Resident Evil 4 & Resident Evil: Code...

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Resident Evil 6 Goes Gold, Resident Evil Net Profiled

Resident Evil 6 has gone gold, meaning that Capcom’s latest mainline entry in the long running survival horror series has been officially completed and is set for it’s moved up October 2 release date. Capcom also revealed some new details about it’s ResidentEvil.net platform announced at last week’s Gamescom. The service will arrive day and date with the game and offer stat tracking and challenges, allow players to swap stats and scores with the game’s official iOS and Android...

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