Back in August we posted about a production company called Mance Media that was reportedly developing a TV series based on Capcom's Resident Evil franchise. While it's unclear if this is connected, Variety reports that Constantin is producing a TV series spin-off of the Resident Evil movies. Hit the jump for more.
Near the end of August Capcom released some screens comparing the 2002 GameCube Resident Evil remake to its upcoming remastered version. The original looked incredible in 2002, and needless to say it's going to look even better in 2015. See some of the latest comparisons after the jump.
For a longer peek at the upcoming remastered version of the GameCube Resident Evil remake, GameSpot has us covered in two new videos. Watch the classic survival horror get a new lease on life in the Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine gameplay footage after the jump.
Even though the remastered Resident Evil is a cleaned-up take on Capcom's GameCube remake of the original, there's some more recent RE spice thrown in as well. Among the special items are BSAA (Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance) costumes for Chris and Jill, previewed in the trailer after the jump.
Yesterday Capcom shared some more details on Resident Evil: Revelations 2, which will be an episodic release with the first part set to launch in early 2015. Now we've got a follow-up in the form of the first trailer after the jump.
Capcom recently made Resident Evil: Revelations 2 official, and earlier today we got a follow-up with more details on the upcoming sequel. Revelations 2 will be split across four episodes to be released weekly starting in early 2015. Hit the jump for more.
Thanks to the November issue of GamesMaster Magazine, new details have surfaced regarding Resident Evil: Revelations 2, including the fact that Claire Redfield and Barry Burton's daughter Moira Burton will be playable leads! Hit the jump for more.
Hinted at in recent leaks, Resident Evil: Revelations 2 has officially been confirmed. Capcom is holding off on further info, but for now the sequel is planned for release on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC in early 2015. Hit the jump for a concept teaser and more.
If the thought of playing a cleaner-looking version of the Resident Evil remake has you excited, you'll appreciate a side-by-side comparison. Capcom-Unity posted some shots that use a slider to compare, as well as some individual pics that show how much nicer the new version is looking in contrast to the Wii port. See how it looks after the jump.
A possible followup to Resident Evil: Revelations has been hinted at before, and French site Gamer in a Box unearthed something even more enticing. A cover image for Biohazard Revelations 2 was spotted at Xbox.com along with some environmental art, both of which you can see after the jump.
Take this one with a grain of salt, because who knows if it will ever see the light of day, but a production company called Mance Media is reportedly developing a TV series based on Capcom's Resident Evil franchise. More after the jump.