Capcom have known for a while now that the wheels of the Resident Evil train have been loosening. Fans that have been acquired over the last two decades begun to slowly blacklist the series and something desperately needs to be done. So the question is, has Revelations 2 bought some time for a potential successful Resident Evil 7? Resident Evil: Revelations 2 is an episodic (four episodes), surviv...[Read More]
He’s back from the dead… or alive… or the dead… or like somewhere in between… ladies and gents, give it up for Dante! Capcom’s big hit DmC Devil May Cry was released back in January 2013. A little over two years later, we’re presented with yet another remaster, complete with DLC, costumes and of course an expected graphical upgrade. The original review wri...[Read More]
The Daddy of all survivor horror’s; Resident Evil returns again for the third time (fourth if you count PSX’s Director’s Cut). Many people will think ‘ another HD remake’? Not me! If they continue with the legendary titles like this, I say keep them coming! This is a HD makeover of the 2002 GameCube Remake, not the 1996 PSX original. Shinji Mikami’s ; Resident E...[Read More]
Finally, Resident Evil fans have been granted their wish. Resident Evil (one) is getting remastered. This is the second time it is happening, as the original on the Sony PlayStation was remade completely for the Nintendo GameCube. Truth be told, it was actually even better on the GameCube! Resident Evil will not be completely remade again with totally new graphics; it will be a remaster of the Gam...[Read More]
Cosplay as your favourite Capcom characters as you dispose of those pesky zombies!
Strider originally sliced its way onto consoles back in 1989 as a side scrolling action platformer and even though the Capcom title was available on my console of choice, I never played through the dystopian future of Strider’s 2048. Several console generations later, Strider is being retold and I will finally get to experience what many consider to be one of Capcom’s greatest gaming a...[Read More]
Making use of the Xbox One’s upgraded processing power, Dead Rising returns, bigger, bloodier and more badass than ever before.
In preparation for it’s launch, here’s Capcom’s launch trailer for Dead Rising 3!
Welcome to the first-ever Readers Review. This weeks review was submitted by reader David Paul Ashmore, who takes us on his journey through Resident Evil: Revelations. Please join us in giving David a warm welcome, thanks for your review buddy… enjoy! This game was originally launched last year (2012) as a 3DS exclusive, the game has now been released on home consoles with a few extras. The ...[Read More]
Having been a massive fan of the series since the days of Street Fighter II, I was pleased with Capcoms recent announcement of Ultra Street Fighter IV. Although without a confirmed release date other than 2014, Ultra Street Fighter IV will be available on Xbox 360 for retail, full digital download or upgrade. The retail and full download versions of the game also come packed with all previously re...[Read More]
Capcom developed Dead Rising 3 has been announced as an Xbox One exclusive, boasting an impressive open world.
The year is 2084, citizens of Neo-Paris are divided because the Memorize Corporation have created a new brain implant called the Sensation Engine (Sensen). This implant enables roughly 99% of the population to upload and share their memories on the net, as well as remove unhappy or unpleasant memories. With this, Memorize now has an immense degree of control over the population and enables them to...[Read More]