An IGN interview with Shinji Mikami recently shed some light on the swing toward action the RE series made with Resident Evil 4. According to Mikami, this shift came as a result of the reaction to the Resident Evil remake on GameCube. Read on for more.
Plenty of mystery surrounded The Evil Within when it was first announced, but one thing continued to stand out: The allure of Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami returning to his survival horror roots. If you haven't seen any of the game in action yet, dig the walkthrough after the jump.
Last week, Resident Evil mastermind Shinji Mikami's take on true survival horror was revealed as The Evil Within. What we got along with the reveal was a cryptic, disturbing live-action video, and now Bethesda and developer Tango Gameworks have followed it up with some freaky screenshots. Check 'em out after the jump.
Good lawd. If you feel like starting your day with some really freaky images, look no further than Bethesda's teaser for the latest game from Resident Evil director Shinji Mikami. Previously known only as Project Zwei, the title is now The Evil Within, and the announcement trailer on IGN is the stuff of nightmares. Check it out 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.
After his last major game in the 2010 shooter Vanquish, people wondered what industry veteran Shinji Mikami would do after he left the all-star team at Platinum Games to start his own studio in Tango Gameworks. Today we got the first details on his next game under the codename "Project Zwei". Hit the jump for all of the details known so far.
Ok, so the latest trailer for Grasshopper Manufacture's Shadows of the Damned—a hellish action game created by the dynamic duo of Suda51 (No More Heroes) and Shinji Mikami (Resident Evil)—is about as "mature" as a Big Johnson t-shirt, but under the gags is a quick look at its weapon upgrade system. Hit the jump (and the video's age gate) to see how the game lets you "enlarge your johnson"…