Umbrella Corps is the much maligned online shooter from Capcom released for PS4 and PC back in 2016. I bought the Deluxe version in May 2017 for less than a fiver as a Resident Evil fan, I thought if I get a hour of fun out of it it was probably worth a fiver.
Capcom have issued a humble apology video/update on the free Resident Evil 7 DLC chapter which was supposed to be due out in Spring this year.
Resident Evil: Revelations released originally for 3DS in 2012 is now making it’s way to PS4 and Xbox One, the game has now been released on 7 platforms over 4/5 years.
Asset recycling is not a Capcom specific thing, neither is it a new thing. It is basically where a game developer gets a lot of mileage out of their assets. Things like character models, environments, animations and music. See which ones I personally “enjoy” in our Top 5 Capcom Asset Recycles.
It’s always a tricky matter of bringing an old franchise up to date but it can be done. Two high profile series have done so recently.
Capcom have been very tight lipped about the Resident Evil 7 DLC with only a few short descriptions and one screenshot/promo art per item. We actually know what it is all about, read on if you dare. (Also spoilers for DLC obviously)
The guys behind the cancelled Resident Evil 2 Fan Remake have released a trailer for their new game Daymare 1998. It looks like a Poundland Resident Evil.
In what may seem a bizarre move GameStop Italy have announced they are selling a Resident Evil 7 CE that won’t contain a digital or physical copy of the game itself.
With recent news that Resident Evil 7 is 90% done ahead of it’s 24th January release date let’s take a quick squint at some of it’s features. All thanks to some very teasing videos.
This month’s PS+ free games are a return to top form, probably in no small part due to the cost of PS+ being increased.