Resident Evil

Resident Evil 3 remake confirmed as State of Play’s big reveal

Resident Evil 3 remake confirmed as State of Play’s big reveal

Earlier today, Sony held the final PlayStation State of Play for 2019. Headlining that show was a pretty big announcement, as Capcom officially confirmed that it's remaking Resident Evil 3. Of course, a lot of us expected this announcement given the success of Resident Evil 2's remake earlier this year.

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Resident Evil 3 remake could be Capcom’s next big release

Resident Evil 3 remake could be Capcom’s next big release

It seems the success of Capcom's Resident Evil 2 remake has prompted the company to begin working on a remake of Resident Evil 3. New reports claim that such a remake is currently in development over at Capcom, with the company planning to release it at some point next year.

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Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is getting a wacky Resident Evil crossover

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is getting a wacky Resident Evil crossover

Monster Hunter World has already had a number of crossover events, but soon we'll be seeing what is unquestionably the most zany one yet. Capcom revealed today that Leon and Claire from the Resident Evil franchise are coming to Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, and while that's strange enough on its own, their appearance doesn't even begin to scratch the surface of how just how crazy this crossover is.

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Three Resident Evil games are heading to Nintendo Switch next year

Three Resident Evil games are heading to Nintendo Switch next year

Since it launched somewhat late in the console cycle, it isn't really surprising that the Switch has become an attractive platform for ports of existing games. As of today, we can count Capcom among the many developers who have decided to bring their older games over to the Switch. The company revealed that it will bringing not one, but three Resident Evil games to the Nintendo Switch next year.

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Resident Evil 2 Remake Premium Edition costs $900, includes Bluetooth keyboard

Resident Evil 2 Remake Premium Edition costs $900, includes Bluetooth keyboard

We're living in an age over-the-top collector's editions of video games are a common thing. It's no surprise to see versions of games costing a couple hundred dollars or more and including anything from mini statues to movie DVDs to a bunch of useless crap. Still, the Premium Edition of the upcoming Resident Evil 2 Remake for Japan is beyond ridiculous. It includes a Bluetooth keyboard and is priced at a jaw-dropping $900.

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Resident Evil 2 Remake gameplay: see the stunning new look in action

Resident Evil 2 Remake gameplay: see the stunning new look in action

During its event earlier this week, Sony revealed that Capcom is launching a totally remade version of its hit classic game Resident Evil 2. A trailer for the updated title was showcased during the PlayStation event, but now videos of actual gameplay have made their way to the Internet. Ready to see how stunning the "Remake" looks?

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Resident Evil 2 Remake arrives January 25, but you can preorder now

Resident Evil 2 Remake arrives January 25, but you can preorder now

Capcom has just announced the upcoming launch of Resident Evil 2 Remake, the iconic game overhauled for modern consoles. The company showcased footage from the game during Sony's E3 2018 event, as well as details on when you can pre-order the game and when it will be available to play. The preview was, to put it mildly, stunning.

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Resident Evil 7: Cloud Version brings game streaming to Switch

Resident Evil 7: Cloud Version brings game streaming to Switch

Capcom has been one publisher throwing a lot of support behind the Nintendo Switch, and now it's about to provide a big first for the console: game streaming. Capcom has announced Biohazard 7: Resident Evil Cloud Version for the Switch, taking pretty much everyone by surprise. The fact that Resident Evil 7 is coming to the Switch will be exciting enough for most fans, but the way it's being released is fascinating as well.

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Resident Evil Revelations Collection announced for Nintendo Switch

Resident Evil Revelations Collection announced for Nintendo Switch

As it was with the Wii U, Capcom is one of the first publishers to throw a good amount of support behind the Nintendo Switch. The company's first game, Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers, sold well despite some complaints at launch that it was priced too high. With Street Fighter's success now in the books, Capcom has decided to continue supporting the Switch with the Resident Evil Revelations Collection.

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Resident Evil: Revelations inbound for the Xbox One and PS4

Resident Evil: Revelations inbound for the Xbox One and PS4

Capcom, the company behind recently-released Resident Evil 7 biohazard, made a new announcement on Twitter today: it is bringing its previously launched game Resident Evil: Revelations to Microsoft and Sony’s latest-generation consoles. Fans in both Europe and North America can expect to get access to both digital and physical copies of the game for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 soon.

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Resident Evil 7 DLC ‘Banned Footage Vol 2’ now available on PS4

Resident Evil 7 DLC ‘Banned Footage Vol 2’ now available on PS4

Just a couple weeks after the first 'Banned Footage' DLC went live arrives the second DLC for Capcom's Resident Evil 7 biohazard. This DLC, 'Banned Footage Vol 2,' is only available on the PlayStation 4 for now, but will arrive for everyone else starting on February 21. As we've previously detailed, this DLC features more banned footage, as well as some new game missions.

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Resident Evil 7 biohazard sold 2.5m units in first three days

Resident Evil 7 biohazard sold 2.5m units in first three days

The hotly anticipated Resident Evil 7 biohazard launched first on January 24 in North America, Asia, and Europe, followed by a launch in Japan on January 26. In the three days since its first launch date, the game went on to sell more than 2.5 million copies for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. That's a significant percentage of the 7.15 million demo downloads Capcom saw ahead of the game's release.

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