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Resident Evil, Capcom announces a new showcase

Rich days are expected for survival horror fans: after Konami's announcement of the event dedicated to Silent Hill, Capcom's one for a new Resident Evil showcase arrives. https://twitter.com/RE_Games/status/1582129468134473728 As stated in the announcement, ...

Capcom Showcase - Resident Evil 4 remake, shown the first gameplay overview of the title ...

In the past few hours the Capcom Showcase (or even Resident Evil Showcase, since the franchise was the protagonist of the conference) was held in which a first official look at the gameplay was shown ...
Resident Evil 4 Remake State of Play

State of Play - Resident Evil 4 remake announced

The latest PlayStation State of Play opened with a quick glance at the memory chest, showing a first look at Umbrella Corporation's next zombie project. And after so many rumors and ...

Resident Evil 4, Capcom working on the remake

Following the launch of the remake of the third installment of the series, Capcom would have entrusted the development work for a new edition of Resident Evil 4. According to a report published on VGC, the software ...

Resident Evil 4 HD, the mod is now available for download

After four years of development, Resident Evil 4 HD, the fan-made Resident Evil 4 HD update, is available for download. Although in 2014 Capcom released its Remaster HD, ...

Phil Spencer promises big news for first party titles on ...

If you are an Xbox gamer, you will certainly know that - in terms of first party exclusives - 2022 has been a pretty poor year. Of course,...

IKEA asked an indie developer to remove all references ...

Last month, well-known developer Jacob Shaw and sole studio member Ziggy opened his Kickstarter Campaign for a new game ...

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