Even the most die-hard fans of Capcom's Resident Evil franchise have had to admit that the series has gone astray. After lukewarm critical reception and underwhelming sales on high-profile titles, what does Capcom have in store for its survival horror saga? More after the jump!
When the console version of Resident Evil: Revelations arrives in Japan, it will also be available in a pricy limited edition known as Biohazard: Revelations Unveiled Edition. At ¥42,000 ($467) you would expect some real treasures, one of which happens to be Jill Valentine's wristwatch. Pics past the break.
Originally released for Nintendo 3DS (and reviewed by Nate Ming), Resident Evil: Revelations is getting ready to make the leap to consoles and PC. The survival horror action game will arrive on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii U, and PC on May 21 in North America, and May 24 in Europe.
Resident Evil fans in Japan are getting one hell of a bundle in celebration of the series' 17th anniversary. The Resident Evil Anniversary Package comes loaded with seven games when it lands on PlayStation 3 in Japan on March 22. Read on for more!
In addition to the Komissa-chan mascot goods and WPC accouterments, noitaminA is merchandising the heck out of sci-fi crime anime Psycho-Pass' Dominators weapons. You can get a cell charm, a leather purse, or even a 18,900 yen ($230) model kit. Meanwhile Resident Evil fans will soon be able to pick up a realistic replica airsoft gun of S.T.A.R.S.' Samurai Edge. Get a look after the jump.
Revealed back in April, Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami's Project Zwei is aiming for a "true survival horror experience." An update on the official site makes that seem much more likely, with the addition of the lead CGI artist from the 2002 GameCube Resident Evil remake, known as Biohazard Rebirth in Japan. Read on for more.
Conventions bring with them plenty of detailed costumes, a great deal of which involves cosplayers armed to the teeth with fake weaponry. That's all well and good, but just remember that getting decked out like a Resident Evil character loaded with enough armaments to take down a hundred Lickers could cause a stir similar to what happened in Omaha, Nebraska during Anime NebrasKon. Read on for more!
The world premiere of Resident Evil: Retribution was held in Tokyo’s ritzy Roppongi Hills on 9/3…and wouldn’t you know it, a trio of undead zombie comedians showed up to cause havoc! Read the report and watch video footage after the jump!
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.
This year's Resident Evil: Retribution will be making its world premiere as Biohazard V: Retribution in Japan on September 3rd ahead of its September 14th wider American and Japanese release. To promote the movie, a horde of zombies were let loose to shamble through Tokyo's Shibuya ward. Get a look after the jump.
Paul W.S. Anderson's Resident Evil film series has always fallen somewhere between bad and watchable, and Resident Evil: Retribution looks to continue the trend. However, classic Resident Evil character Barry Burton is making it tougher to resist than normal. Check out a pair of quick TV spots past the break.
While it probably takes a special sort of person to pull off the look, the jackets based on Resident Evil and Sengoku Basara that Capcom worked out with Dragon Ito and Shounen Champion manga mag publisher Akita Shoten are nothing if not eye grabbing. Get a look at the flamboyant wear after the jump.