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Resident Evil, Capcom asks if fans want another remake

Resident Evil 3 has recently arrived on the market, with all its pros and cons - which we have shown you in our review. Feedback from players was ...

Rumor - Resident Evil 8 was originally Revelations 3

Insider Dusk Golem has revealed some details about the future of the Resident Evil franchise. According to what reported, the Resident Evil 8 currently in production should have been, originally, Resident Evil Revelations 3. From the moment ...
Resident Evil Resistence

Resident Evil Resistence, Jill arriving among the survivors

The open beta of Resident Evil Resistence has been online for several days now. The asynchronous multiplayer mode 1vs4 created by Capcom as part of the package dedicated to the remake of the third chapter of the saga, is about to ...
shinsekai into the depths review

Shinsekai Into the Depths - Review

Capcom has certainly been able to show great courage with Shinsekai Into the Depths. The famous underwater levels, especially for those with a videogame background born around the 90s, represent evil for many ...

Resident Evil 3 Remake - Review

Horror is one of the most common primordial sensations that each of us, in its most varied forms and meanings, has certainly experienced at least once in a lifetime. Without a doubt, as gamers, for us ...

Resident Evil 8, according to an insider will be very different from the past and could make ...

An insider spoke of Resident Evil 8, declaring that it will be a high quality game, different from the past and that will probably make fans angry.
Resident Evil Resistance

Resident Evil Resistance, beta postponed on PS4 and Steam

Bad news for fans of the saga who could not wait to try the Resident Evil Resistance beta: Capcom announced via Twitter that due to a series of technical problems, the ...

Physical version of Resident Evil 3 Remake may be delayed

Capcom has confirmed that the physical version of Resident Evil 3 Remake may be delayed in some markets due to the coronavirus.

Resident Evil 3: Remake also on Nintendo Switch?

Some strings of code discovered in the Resident Evil 3 Remake PC demo have references to Nintendo Switch and its eShop.
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, the new trailer reveals the subspecies

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, new free update available

Capcom has announced the official launch of the third free update dedicated to Monster Hunter World: Iceborne. This content is currently only available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. In addition to the variants of some of the monsters ...

Resident Evil 3 Remake - The first "Nude Mod" arrives

The demo of Resident Evil 3 Remake is finally out, to the delight of fans of Capcom's Survival Horror series, on all platforms ... especially on PC. And it is precisely on this platform that ...

Resident Evil 3 postponed? Yes, according to Amazon Italy

Amazon Italy has updated the page dedicated to Resident Evil 3, inserting a new release date for the remake. Error or postponement? We just gave you good news about the Resident Evil brand (link ...
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Great news for Resident Evil fans

Capcom has announced important news for this month, both regarding Resident Evil 3 and Resistance. A demo of Resident Evil 19 will first be available from March 3, which will allow players to take on the role ...

Resident Evil: Resistance - Loot Boxes will be featured in the game

Resident Evil 3 Remake will be released in less than a month, but it seems that someone has managed to leak images of the multiplayer spin-off included for free with the title: Resistance. Through this leaked screen ...

Resident Evil 3 - Remake, Nemesis will be able to enter the safe room

The new version of Nemesis in Resident Evil 3 - Remake will have something terrifying and unique, in fact it will be able to chase us and hunt us down even in the safe room, that is the room used for saving. Safe rooms ...

In Resident Evil 3 Remake the possibility of dodging will be introduced

In the past few hours, thanks to a Capcom stream on Resident Evil 3 Remake, we learned of an important new mechanic that will be introduced in the title coming on April 3, 2020, ...

Bethesda: "DualSense will make you forget about DualShock 4 immediately"

Bethesda's senior vice president, Pete Hines, tried the PlayStation 5 DualSense with his own hands and he was absolutely ...

MicroMan announced for PS5, Xbox Series X and Nintendo Switch and ...

The consoles of Next Gen are in the home straight and with them the first announcements regarding the titles that will turn on ...

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