Articles tagged with: Resident Evil
Capcom has released a new trailer for Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, this time featuring something that is perhaps more dangerous than the zombies, lickers, and tyrants rampaging through Raccoon City.
Earlier this week Capcom confirmed Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, the next installment for the popular franchise. We were given details concerning the long rumored collaboration between Capcom and Slant Six Studios.
Well we think it’s high time everyone got a look at the game. Luckily this teaser was released.
Believe it or not it has been 15 years since we first caught glimpse of the now epic Resident Evil franchise. In a nod to their past success Capcom, this month, announced the future availability of both Resident Evil 4 and Code: Veronica X via download.
Not to be outdone, official news has surfaced concerning the latest addition to the franchise: Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City.
This year marks the 15th anniversary of the Resident Evil franchise, and to celebrate Capcom is re-releasing both Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil Code: Veronica X in HD as downloadable titles.
Originally released in 2005 for the Gamecube, Resident Evil 4 has gone on to critical acclaim and been remade for the PS2 and Wii. By now you’ve played the game in some form or another. Are you ready for one more?
Tango Gameworks, Shinji Mikami’s new studio, has joined ZeniMax Media, the parent company of Bethesda Softworks. Mikami – the Japanese developer famous for creating the Resident Evil series – will lead his team through the development of AAA games, created for multiple formats.
The Precision Shot 3 is a new gun attachment for the PlayStation Move that promises to enhance your gaming experience. Unfortunately, it actually detracts from the experience.
Anticipation. It’s the constant state of the avid gamer; always with their fingers on the pulse, they await the next big sensation. Whilst they feast on a gratifying main course of Dead Rising 2, F1 …
Do you plan on getting Move, but don’t want to also fork out on a bunch of new games? Then don’t worry because Sony’s got you covered.
As Move launches today in North America and the UK, we thought we’d compile a list of the games that have already been patched with Move functionality. We’ve also included information about where you can get the patch from, and other useful details.
EA have announced Shadows of the Damned, a collaboration between Shinji Mikami (Resident Evil, Vanquish) and Suda51 (No More Heroes). Shadows of the Damned is a heavily stylised psychological action thriller due for release in 2011 on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
The patch for Resident Evil 5 Gold Edition is now available to download. And no, there isn’t an update for the original RE5.
Believe it or not, the PlayStation 3 was released nearly four years ago, and since then the console has been graced with hundreds of great titles. Therefore, we at PS3 Attitude thought we’d take some time to pay tribute to the people who create the games that make our mundane lives just that little bit more entertaining: the developers.
Imagine Resident Evil 4 for Wii. Now imagine Resident Evil 5 for the PS3 with RE4′s control scheme. It’s basically the same experience. However, you will need to buy the Gold Edition since the original will not feature PlayStation Move support.
Welcome to yet another rip-roaring edition of PS3 Attitude’s regular ‘Deals of the Week’.
Every week we bring you 4 suggestions of games that you should buy for the weekend and today is no different, as we up our running total to 33 great deals and counting.
Don’t think for a minute that we are running out of steam though. Read on for 2 deals to scare you witless, and a great price on a brand new game that may just take you back to your childhood…
Capcom’s financial results for the year ended 31 March don’t make pleasant reading; the company have reported a 73% fall in profits to £494.4m as annual sales dropped by 27% to 16m.
The company blame the “sluggish” sales on the delays for Super Street Fighter IV, Lost Planet 2 and the oversees release of Monster HunterTri which all slipped into the next fiscal year.
The upcoming release of PS Move and Natal, the motion sensing devices from Sony and Microsoft, has marked an interesting change in the way these two gaming institutions promote their consoles. It’s a shift because it’s the first time peripherals have taken centre stage for either company. Sony and Microsoft have traditionally taken a very conservative approach to console development, believing superior graphics to be the holy grail. When it comes to input devices both have been happy to stick with the trusted joypad.
Shinji Mikami, the legendary games developer, the man behind Resident Evil, Devil May Cry, and the hotly anticipated Vanquish, has admitted that he was given “too much freedom” during the production of God Hand.
First we got the Lost in Nightmares DLC, a trip through memory lane filled with classic Resident Evil surprises and the new yet not too difficult Guardian of Insanity enemy. Now we get the Desperate Escape DLC, a complete 180 from the former where you’ll find yourself flooded with every type of Majini possible and will be begging for a nuke, even if it means your untimely death.
Experienced veteran Jill Valentine and BSAA agent Josh Stone must escape the Tricell facility while Chris and Sheva go after Wesker. Be prepared to put up a fight as these Majini want you to stay forever. The developers created Desperate Escape as a challenge for gamers and boy, what a challenge it is.
If you live in the UK and want RE5 Gold, your only options are GAME or Gamestation.
Massive Japanese publication Famitsu have listed their favourite games on the Japanese PlaySation Store.
At the top of the pile sits Valkyria Chronicles 2 then second is Phantasy Star Portable 2, both available on the PSP. Coming in at third place is Wizardry: The Labyrinth of Lost Souls, the highest rated PS3 title.
Famitsu also list their favourite PSOne classics with Final Fantasy VII unsurprisingly taking top spot.
Many of the selection are sadly not available in North American and even fewer make it as far as Europe. Are we missing out?