Articles tagged with: Resident Evil
Subscribers to PlayStation Official Magazine UK were treated today to an exclusive review of Resident Evil 5. The verdict? 8 out of 10.
As you would expect, they pick up on the fact that RE5 is all about ‘panicked crisis management’ – balancing your inventory with your immediate requirements as hordes of zombie types try to end your life in unique and interesting ways.
Mad Katz, the creators of anything and everything in the peripheral department have announced faceplates, skins, messenger bag, and even a Bluetooth headset for the upcoming Resident Evil 5! Talk about pimping out the game.
If you love Resident Evil as much as Mad Katz does, you’ll want to pick up any or all of the accessories. Hit the jump for the messenger bag and Bluetooh headset pictures…
The rest of the Bio-terrorism Security Assessment Alliance (BSAA) are there to help you take out some zombie hordes. According to the latest issue of Famitsu, four non-playable members of the BSAA have been named, along with a brief description.
Translated by IGN, the four members are Kirk Macison, Dave Johnson, Dan Dechant, and Reynard Fisher. The article also mentions Joss Stone who leads the Delta Team and was the instructor of Sheva.
According to Andriansang.com, RE5 will have Home support from the get go with Street Fighter adding functionality through an update. The lounge for Resident Evil 5 will have a Kijuju theme and players will be able to join co-op games and such from there. Users will also be able to unlock items during their playthough of the game as well as purchase costumes of their favorite characters. Looks like we’re going to have a lot of Ryu’s and Ken’s running around.
The demo for Resident Evil went live on the store on Monday but Capcom have made a comment on the PlayStation Blog hinting of more stuff for PS3 owners to come.
You can’t get any clearer than this. Capcom Unity’s KRAMEZ tells it like it is in a recent post in Capcom’s popular blog: You can’t shoot while walking or running in Resident Evil 5. No way, no how.
Figurines, art books, soundtracks; it is all good stuff but presentation is key. It is what sets them apart from the rest of the games out there. Ranging close to 1.5x the price of the game itself, are these so called Collector’s Editions worth collecting though?
We take a look at both the usual and unique items in Collector’s Editions and whether they are deemed fit to be worthy of their name…
The Residfent Evil 5 viral site has now got more features up and running. What features? Step into our own private dungeon of horrors for some more information…
Just a couple of days after the press release that revealed the Collector’s Editions, Capcom brought Resident Evil 5 – for once again – into the limelight, by releasing a 5 minute and 40 seconds long video that was first shown on last year’s TGS….
While millions of Resi fans are counting days for the release of Resident Evil 5, Capcom was kind enough to let the world know about the Collector’s Editions that are going to be available with the game.
There are going to be two editions; one for us fellow Europeans and one for our buddies over at the US.
Capcom has release the box art for the much anticipated Resident Evil 5. The game is scheduled for release on Friday March 13, 2009. Ooooooh, Friday the 13th, how scary.
“The new box art imagery gives …
I received a rather interesting email today from the PR team over at Capcom. Titled, “It came from Kijuju”, the body consists of the phrase repeated over and over. As you all know, or at …
Don’t worry, PS3 fans will also be neck-deep in the undead before the final game is released next March worldwide.
By now, you should already know that here at PS3A we are big fans of the Resi series. Whenever something new about a Capcom game hits the net, we (make that I) rush to report it.
So, today is Resi day! Resident Evil 5 producer Jun Takeuchi told Eurogamer that a demo is being prepared and that it will be announced in the next few weeks. “We’ll be making an announcement about that relatively soon”, he stated. Furthermore, he left the window of downloadable content open by saying that it is possible…
Yesterday, we informed you about the release dates of Capcom’s upcoming titles. Today, we are here to let you know how confident the lads at Capcom are about their future releases. And why shouldn’t they be? Street Fighter IV has made us super duper anxious and so has – maybe even more – Resident Evil 5!
But, let’s see what Capcom thinks about their games. For starters, Street Fighter IV is expected to sell 1.7 million copies, with Bionic Commando following with 1.5 million copies. Resident Evil 5 is targeting…. Wait; WHAT?!? Bionic Commando to sell 1.5 million copies? Now, that’s positive thinking…