Resident Evil 4 is one of the best games ever made, and so gave Capcom a problem that - until the recent reveal of Resident Evil 7, at least - it was in no rush to solve. How do you follow up a classic? Resident Evil 5 would spend four years in development, benefit from a new generation of hardware, and use it to offer a simple answer: you do the same, but better.
Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition has finally arrived on Steam as part of the game's conversion from Games For Windows Live, Capcom has announced.
In the future gamers will become so canny when forking out their hard-earned cash that bad games will be eliminated, Resident Evil creator Capcom reckons.
Capcom aims to release its big hitters like Resident Evil more frequently, and will outsource to the West to do it, according to a report.