Follow us on:

The 3DS is no graphical slouch. Aside from the glasses-free 3D feature, the system can kick out some impressive scenery, and it did so with last year's Resident Evil Revelations, a well-made little horror shooter in a series that's been looking for a lifeboat lately. After launching Resident Evil 6 fewer than six months ago, Capcom seems to think HD platforms need ev...

Read our Review

Resident Evil Revelations 2 trailer gatecrashes the party

It's low on revelations, but a new trailer shows Claire Redfield and Moira Burton having the worst Terra Save welcome party ever. Well, minus the one when Leon showed up. The first weekly episode of Resident Evil Revelations 2 hits Xboxen, PlayStations and PC in early 2015. [Image: Capcom]...

Continue Reading

Resident Evil Revelations 2 to debut in four weekly episodes

Capcom will tell tales in Resident Evil Revelations 2 across four downloadable episodes that are due to be released weekly, each priced at $6. The upcoming sequel will later be available in a $25 complete season package that includes additional, undisclosed content. A $40 complete disc version is a...

Continue Reading

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 box art spotted on Xbox.com

Leaked box art straight from Microsoft's official Xbox.com site points towards a sequel to Resident Evil: Revelations, the horror shooter that transitioned from 3DS to big screens last year. As spotted by French site Gamer in a Box, the Xbox.com site hosts the Xbox 360 box art image for Biohazard R...

Continue Reading

Resident Evil: Revelations tops 1 million sales on console, PC

Proving that fan affection for Resident Evil is as undying as the franchise's hordes of shambling corpses, Capcom has announced that the high-definition remake of Resident Evil: Revelations has surpassed 1 million total sales. Our review of Revelations, a console and PC remake of the original 3D...

Continue Reading

Lost Planet 3 ships 300,000 units, Dead Rising 3 aims for 1.2 million

Capcom has put a number to the "below expectations" performance of Lost Planet 3, that of 300,000 units shipped worldwide as of the end of September. While that only represents its first month at retail, the shooter sequel developed by Californian studio Spark Unlimited failed to hit performance ta...

Continue Reading

Prices plummet on 3DS, Wii U Resident Evil games

To celebrate the spookiest holiday of the year, Capcom has slashed prices on its Nintendo 3DS and Wii U Resident Evil games by a sizable 50 percent. From now until the end of October, prospective bio-weapon slayers will find the Wii U version of Resident Evil Revelations priced at $20 on the con...

Continue Reading

Resident Evil: Revelations proclaims top spot in this week's UK charts

The shivering mass exposed at the summit of this week's charts is Resident Evil: Revelations. While last year's 3DS game debuted in sixth, its PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U, and PC port takes advantage of all its new platforms to knock Metro: Last Light off the top, and provide yet another new No. 1 in the ...

Continue Reading

Resident Evil: Revelations review: Any port in a storm

The 3DS is no graphical slouch. Aside from the glasses-free 3D feature, the system can kick out some impressive scenery, and it did so with last year's Resident Evil Revelations, a well-made little horror shooter in a series that's been looking for a lifeboat lately. After launching Resident Evil 6...

Continue Reading

Resident Evil: Revelations DLC characters, upgrades outlined

Resident Evil: Revelations launches this week and Capcom has promised some DLC. It starts on June 4 with the Resistance and Enhancement sets for 160 MS Points ($2), each including six different weapon upgrades. Then, on June 11, Capcom will issue two additional characters for use in Raid mode: Ra...

Continue Reading

Resident Evil: Revelations adds Pirate Jill, Sailor Chris, Ninja Keith

The upcoming console/PC iteration of Resident Evil: Revelations will include a trio of confusing new costumes for Jill Valentine, Chris Redfield and Keith Lumley, Capcom has announced. As can be seen in the gallery, Jill and Chris both sport equally leggy nautical-themed outfits, while Keith channe...

Continue Reading


Featured Stories

Image

WWE 2K15 review: Disqualification match

Posted on Nov 26th 2014 2:00PM

Image

Assassin's Creed Rogue review: Avast ye, clone!

Posted on Nov 25th 2014 9:01AM

Engadget

Engadget

TUAW

TUAW

Massively

Massively

WoW

WoW