Resident Evil 4, one of the greatest games of all time, is headed to Nintendo Switch next year.
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter may not be the final chapter in the zombie film saga after all, as the production company in charge of the series, Constantin Film, has unveiled its plans to reboot the sci-fi horror franchise.
Resident Evil 4, the highpoint of Capcom's horror series and one of the greatest games of all time, finally has a PlayStation 4 and Xbox One release date.
You'll be able to play a port of the classic on your latest console from 30th August.
Don't expect a remastered version of the game remade from the ground up. Do expect a version of the game which sounds and plays just as well as you remember.
Eurogamer noticed an increased number of readers to a four-year-old news story today. The article was about a Capcom PR stunt promoting Resident Evil by setting up a fake butcher shop with graphic sculptures of supposedly human meat. Now, nearly four years later, it looks like those images have sparked a rumour so widespread that the Chinese government had to issue a statement.
A third CGI Resident Evil film has been announced. This one's called Resident Evil: Vendetta.
Animation studio Marza Animation Planet (Harlock: Space Pirate) revealed the upcoming film, which is due in 2017.
The follow-up to Resident Evil: Degeneration (2008) and Resident Evil: Damnation (2012), Vendetta will star series stalwart Leon S. Kennedy.
Capcom's announced PlayStation 4 and Xbox One ports of Resident Evil 4, 5 and 6.
The swanky 1080p 60fps PC re-release of Resident Evil 4 still uses PlayStation 2-quality cut-scenes in the game's Separate Ways mode.
Surprise! Capcom has announced yet another re-release of Resident Evil 4 - Shinji Mikami's masterpiece of survival horror which remains the series' highpoint.
The Ultimate HD Edition for PC features 60 frames per second gameplay for the first time and the "highest visual fidelity ever" for the nine-year-old game.
A physical version will be available in Europe, while a digital version will be released worldwide via Steam, priced £14.99.
Nintendo has hit back at concern over the power of the Wii U.
UPDATE: Tango Gameworks has released the first piece of art for project Zwei. It's below.
The survival horror market is too small for Resident Evil, Capcom has admitted.
Resident Evil 4 and 5 did not move the series away from its horror roots towards action, Capcom has insisted.
Estonian actor Johann Urb has reportedly been cast as Leon Kennedy in upcoming video game flick Resident Evil: Retribution.
You'd be forgiven for thinking Resident Evil 2 rookie cop Leon Kennedy and Resident Evil 5 star Chris Redfield would be the two most popular Resident Evil characters. But you'd be wrong.
High definition remakes of classic zombie games Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil Code: Veronica are in the works, according to a Japanese magazine.
Indistinct deathly murmurs abound about some movement on the next Resident Evil film.
Resident Evil 4, Onimusha 3 and Devil May Cry 3 are all coming out on the PC, Capcom's confirmed.
Capcom's hit upon a great way to convince Japanese people to buy Resident Evil 4 on the PlayStation 2: give them all guns.
Since when did Hollywood stop coming up with original ideas and start nicking game concepts instead? Big screen adaptations of Silent Hill, BloodRayne and Castlevania are already on the way, and now two more videogame adaptations have been announced - alas, not there's still no sign of Katamari Damacy: The Movie.
PlayStation 2 owners buying Resident Evil 4 later this year will have even more goodies than originally thought, according to Famitsu.
The PlayStation 2 version of Resident Evil 4, due out in Europe on November 4th, will feature proper a 16:9 widescreen mode where the GameCube version merely had an enforced letterbox at 4:3 that could be zoomed on proper widescreen tellys.
A limited edition PlayStation 2 version of Resident Evil 4 has been confirmed for the game's North American release, costing exactly the same as the regular edition ($49.99).
Capcom's masterful slice of survival horror, Resident Evil 4, is coming to the PS2 somewhat sooner than initially anticipated, with both the US and European releases now confirmed for a pre-Christmas release.
PS2-owning Leatherfaces across the country will be pleased to hear that Nubytech is releasing a new version of its best-selling Resident Evil Chainsaw controller.
Capcom Eurosoft is asking fans of the Resident Evil series what they would most like to see in the fifth game in the series, which was confirmed in March by producer Hiroyuki Kobayashi.
The GameCube version of Resident Evil 4 will stretch to two of the console's proprietary mini-DVD discs, Capcom has reportedly confirmed over the past week, although unlike its Cube-exclusive predecessors it won't be the game's content that justifies the second squirt of silicon.