Former AKB48 member Asuka Kuramochi is joining the cast of the BIOHAZARD THE STAGE play that will run for 15 showings in Tokyo during October and November of 2015. Hit the jump to learn more.
The main cast for the BIOHAZARD the STAGE play, which adapts the Resident Evil video games into theatrical form, has been announced, and the cast includes legendary martial arts actor Sonny Chiba. Hit the jump to learn more.
Some 55 days after its inception, the Biohazard: The Real 3 shooting survival-game attraction at Universal Studios Japan has announced its first batch of survivors, and the odds aren't looking good in humanity's battle against the T-virus. Hit the jump to learn more.
The first-ever stage play adaptation of Capcom's popular survival horror video game series Biohazard (international title: Resident Evil), titled "Biohazard The Stage," is planned to be performed at EX Theater Roppongi in Tokyo late October. Hit the jump for more details.
If you've been reading the Resident Evil/Biohazard: heavenly island manga series thus far, you might be a little disappointed to hear that it's going on a 3-month hiatus. Hit the jump to see when it's coming back!
Capcom is celebrating its 30th anniversary and the latest brand to collaborate with the storied video game developer is Japanese eyeglass manufacturer Zoff, which is producing a special line of Capcom 30th Anniversary eyeglass frames featuring both the Biohazard (Resident Evil) and Phoenix Wright franchise with unique frame designs. Hit the jump for a look at both designs.
Our pals at YATTAR JAPAN bring us info, pics, and pricing on a series of goodies inspired by the 3DS game Resident Evil: Revelations, also known as Biohazard Revelations Unveiled Edition in Japan. Hit the jump for more!
In a collaboration between CAPCOM and Universal Studios Japan, just in time for Halloween Horror Nights at USJ, they're coming up with frights and some horrible dinner options! Photos after the jump.
Gamers around the globe have been counting down the minutes until the opening of the new Resident Evil themed bar and grill in Tokyo's Shibuya ward. But the results look more like a hostess club or a Hooters than a spooky zombie-populated Raccoon City. Behold some saucy pics after the jump!