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Capcom has officially announced Resident Evil 6. The game will be available on November 20th on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and as rumored earlier today will star Leon S. Kennedy and Chris Redfield. Check out the official press release and teaser trailer from Capcom inside.
Well we’ve all heard this one before but this looks to be official…
Just the other night we got to see the latest trailer from Capcom’s Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City. While it did look good, it showed no actual gameplay from the game and left people wondering about just that, gameplay. Thanks to these two new gameplay trailers now we know. Hop in to see if their newest entry in survival horror is an adventure you’d like to take.
The first screenshots from Capcom’s upcoming Resident Evil Revival Selection have been released in the latest issue of Famitsu. The pics, while not the best quality, still show a nice improvement to the two classic games (Resident Evil 4, Resident Evil Code: Veronica Directors Cut). The magazine even shows a comparison pic between Resident Evil 4, old and new. See ‘em inside…
Welcome to this special Halloween Retro Head2Head! In this Retro Head2Head we bring you a battle between two Survival Horror giants, Capcom’s one and only Resident Evil. The two systems battling it out are the original PlayStation (where the classic made its debut), and the Sega Saturn (a system known for its difficulties in programming 3D). This one should be easy…so you think! Enter our mansion of horrors to see which version walks out alive.
Resident Evil 5 just shipped out so now it’s our turn to compare this action-packed survival horror side by side and find out which version will send shivers down your spine or simply send you back to the store. This time around we decide to depart from our traditional Head2Head and introduce the first ever Head2Head LIVE! Keep on reading to find out which version we and our viewers have chosen to infect your console of choice.
Alone in the Dark may have had a role in the creation survival horror games but the genre didn’t truly begin until 1996. For that year Capcom released an original IP for Sony’s Playstation titled, Resident Evil. At a time when horror games were non existent, the game would go on to spark countless imitators and cement itself as the leader of the survival horror genre, forever.