Digital pre-orders went live for the remastered version of Resident Evil 0 this week, so Capcom announced the official release date along with info on pre-order bonus costumes for Rebecca and Billy. Resident Evil 0 hits PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC on January 19, 2016 for $19.99. Hit tge jump for more.
It seems Capcom had to clear up some mild confusion about the upcoming Resident Evil 2 remake following a statement from its investor report. An English version, which appears to have been updated since, previously had the report calling it a "remaster," but Capcom confirmed that the new Resident Evil 2 is actually a "full from the ground up remake." More after the jump.
Universal Studios Japan had a considerable hit with this year's extended run of “Universal Cool Japan” attractions. And, like any hit, there's a sequel with Evangelion The Real 4D:2.0, Attack on The Real 2, Biohazard/Resident The Escape 2, and Monster Hunter The Real, running January 15 to June 26, 2016, and joined by a new Kyary Pamyu Pamyu KAWAII World "XR Ride," featuring a 360 degree virtual reality experience set to a up-tempo music from KPP collaborator Yasutaka Nakata. New visuals offer a teaser of what to expect.
Capcom recently posted the fourth developer diary for Resident Evil 0, but there's more if that wasn't enough behind-the-scenes action for you. Explore the process behind the remaster, working with the original team, and more with producer Tsukasa Takenaka after the jump.
Capcom is here with another developer diary for Resident Evil 0, with veteran staff chiming in on production and some of the challenges in producing it and what makes this version a true remaster. Hit the jump to watch.
Producer Tsukasa Takenaka joined original director Koji Oda for a second Resident Evil 0 developer diary. This one focuses on the Nintendo 64 prototype version of the game—previously showcased back in July—and some of the challenges that came about during development. Hit the jump to watch.