High definition remakes of classic zombie games Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil Code: Veronica are in the works, according to a Japanese magazine.
Famitsu reveals Biohazard: Revival Selection for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, which is said to include the GameCube and Dreamcast classics touched up for home consoles.
Resident Evil 4 includes Ada's Another Order mode, also known as Separate Ways.
Andriasang reports the game may be called Resident Evil Revival Selection HD Remastered Version in the West.
A release date was not mentioned. Capcom hosts an event called Captivate next month.
Resident Evil 4 – considered by many to be one of the greatest games ever – is a survival third-person shooter first released in 2005. Kristan Reed inked a 9/10 in Eurogamer's Resident Evil 4 review. "If you need to buy a GameCube to play it, then don't hesitate," he gushed.
Code Veronica first launched in 2000 on SEGA's Dreamcast console.
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