Articles tagged with: Resident Evil
Capcom is celebrating the PS3’s birthday in an awesomely evil way. Resident Evil 2 is finally being released today on the PSN as the newest PSone Classic. Swoot!
Remember that survey Capcom had to decide whether the new Resident Evil 5 content would be delivered physically or digitally? Well, it turns out that the answer is both.
Capcom announced today that two new episodes along with character costumes, and a new “Mercenaries Reunion” mode will be released early next year.
Capcom has just confirmed that RE5:AE will be released in North America, Europe, and Australia in the form of downloadable content.
Capcom is all about the re-releases these days with Super Street Fighter IV and Resident Evil 5: Alternative Edition. We know that SSFIV will be coming in disc form but as for RE5:AE? That’s currently up in the air and it’s up to us, the gamers to decide.
It’s been a while since the last Reel Deal but this week, we bring news of zombies and Metal Gears in the form of Resident Evil: Afterlife and the Metal Gear Solid fan film, Metal Gear Solid: Philanthropy. These video game series are two of the most influential in the industry so we have come to expect big things from their big screen counterparts.
Announced at this years Tokyo Game Show, Resident Evil 5 is getting a make over to support the new PlayStation motion controller. The alternate edition will also feature new content, expanding the Resident Evil universe…
Yesterday we reported on the news that both LittleBigPlanet and Resident Evil 5 had been demoed with Sony’s unnamed motion controller at TGS 09.
If you wanted to see it for yourselves, you will be glad …
LittleBigPlanet isn’t the only game to be getting the motion control treatment. Capcom’s popular Resident Evil 5 will also be gaining motion controls similar to the styles of Resident Evil 4 on the Wii. Demoed on stage at the Sony press conference, Jun Takeuchi showed off the game using Sony’s new controller.
Prince of Persia, Resident Evil, Castlevania,; these are just a few of the upcoming film adaptations that are in the works and we have the latest news about them all. Want to see Jake Gyllenhaal as Prince Dastan? We have it. How about the status of Paul W.S. Andersonâ€™s next Resident Evil movie? We have it. And the poster for the upcoming Metal Gear Sold? Well, we donâ€™t have that but you can bet your PS3â€™s that we will when itâ€™s released.
We all know that Sony and Capcom have a very loving symbiotic relationship. Sony gives them their own personal PlayStation Store space and in turn, Capcom loads it up with great games for us to download.
They have announced a slew of classic games heading to the PSN, with the starting with Capcom Classics Collection: Remixed which will be available tomorrow for a price of $19.99.
Five PSOne titles have recently been rated by the ESRB, the entertainment rating board for North America, and two of them certainly stand out.
Metal Gear Solid and Resident Evil: Director’s Cut have been reviewed by the group for release on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable.
Usually OSTs are only available in Japan and anyone else must import them if they want to hear the music of the games they love. Well not any more, for Americans at least. Partnering with Sumthing Else Music Works, Capcom will be releasing soundtracks to our favorite games including Resident Evil, Street Fighter, Bionic Commando, Dead Rising, and Monster Hunter.
No Mega Man or Devil May Cry? Perhaps we’ll see those in the future.
The Resident Evil series is most notable for its single player campaign. In fact, there hasnâ€™t been any true sense of multiplayer until now.
At the games release, gamers could play co-op in either the main story or Mercenaries mode. Now, with the Versus expansion, they can take their anger and frustration out on each other rather than Majini.
But is multiplayer meant to grace the world of Resident Evil or should it stick to the likes of Killzone 2 and Resistance?
The DLC for RE5 was announced a short while ago, and caused a decided uproar. With the game now out and receiving pretty decent reviews, Capcom have updated us with some salient points about the new Mode. Namely price and date. But has the public backlash doomed the add-on to failure before it even hits the Store?
Capcom has reassured gamers that the DLC, which introduces â€œVersus Modeâ€ to the popular title, is still “on track” and there is no risk of it getting delayed in Europe.
Just yesterday, the unfortunate news for people in Japan was that the content had been delayed for that region.
Mention ‘survival horror’ and what is the first thing that comes to mind?
For most video game enthusiasts, that would be ‘Resident Evil’. The fifth installment, although technically the seventh in the main series, has garnered a lot of heat from issues of racism to the exclusion of ‘run-and-gun’ controls.
With the highly successful Resident Evil 4 bringing the series to a new level, can 5 live up to its predecessor whilst remaining fresh and new?
DLC for the new Resident Evil has already been revealed, before the game has even hit the shelves. Is this a great sign of phenomenal support for a much-anticipated game? Or is there a darker side to the advent of DLC in games which could lead down a very slippery slope?
As every thursday in Home, this morning there was some weekly maintenance, however, when Home came back online again, lots of new content to explore was available.
TedTheDog from the European Home team announces all the new content on the official forums. Read on…
The headline could have easily read “Resident Evil 5 – The Visa Card” as well as “Bionic commando – The Visa Card”, you can choose from any of these major franchises if you decide to sign up for the first ever Capcom Unity Prepaid VISA Card.
Capcom is the first video game company to offer a co-branded Visa rewards card program specifically designed for gamers. ‘Did they just say rewards?’ Yes they did, read on for the juicy bits.