Capcom is hyping up a collaboration with Dragon Ash, which has the rock group making a music video tie-in with Resident Evil: Revelations. The special video for their song "Trigger" will debut in May, featuring snippets of Revelations footage throughout, and you can see a preview of it all after the jump.
Resident Evil: Revelations was seen by many as a return to what made the survival horror franchise special in the first place. In the first part of a new developer diary series, the team behind Revelations explains how they tapped into that without being derivative, and respected the series' heritage. Peep the clip past the jump!
This is mostly for those of you who never got a chance to play Resident Evil: Revelations on Nintendo 3DS. If you have your eye on the upcoming console and PC port, you'll be able to give it a spin before it hits stores, because Capcom announced that a demo is scheduled to arrive soon. Read on for more.
In theory, mixing guns and booze is a bad idea, but that's Shooting Bar EA's raison d'etre. At the establishment in the Gotenyama, Sawada Building in Musashino-Shi Tokyo you can get your drink on, sign their safety pledge, throw on some goggles and shoot an airsoft gun replica on their ranges. Until June 2nd they've brought back their Resident Evil theme. More after the jump.
If you ever wanted to see a zombie brutally tear through Freddie Wong's face, look no further than Resident Evil: Down with the Sickness. The short was previously only available at the Rocket Jump website, but now the Capcom and Resident Evil 6-sponsored project is finally on YouTube. Check it out after the jump.
Following last week's confirmation of the addition of Rachel to Resident Evil: Revelations' multiplayer Raid Mode, Capcom now has a trailer showcasing the character in action. Check it out after the jump.
Resident Evil: Revelations is getting an HD upgrade on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii U, and PC, and Capcom wants to refresh everyone with another look at the story prior to release. Check out the "Fear on Board" trailer after the jump.
When Resident Evil: Revelations HD makes the leap to consoles and PC on May 21, one of the features it's bringing along is a new Infernal difficulty mode. Watch as Capcom shows off the increased challenge in a new trailer after the jump.
If you had asked me back in 2002 whether the Resident Evil films would be a sure bet to return on a regular basis, I would have laughed. No way! But here we are, in 2013, with news of the sixth Resident Evil film looming on the horizon. Read on for more.
Resident Evil: Revelations is making the leap to consoles soon, and YouTube channel ninten2tv has a video showing how the HD port compares to the Nintendo 3DS original. Check it out after the jump.
When Resident Evil: Revelations makes the leap from 3DS to PC and consoles, it'll bring a new playable character to Raid Mode in the form of Hunk. Capcom released a video showing the special agent in action, and you can check it out after the jump.
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.