A pair of Resident Evil 4 fans are working to improve the graphics of 2014’s “Ultimate HD Edition” on PC, and the results are pretty dramatic.
Well over 10 hours into Resident Evil 4, there’s a pertinent moment that says a lot about the game’s essence.
"Press X to not die." It's a gaming cliche at this point, one that many view as a symptom of lazy game design. Quick time events, as they're known, are glorified cut-scenes. Things happen, and we press buttons that don't really match up with the action on screen. They can be pretty bad.
For the first 10 minutes of Resident Evil 4, there's scarcely an enemy.
The Last of Us is a moody and atmospheric game that tries to cultivate a serious tone. Resident Evil 4? Not so much. But when you combine the two, it creates something very special.
Resident Evil 4 HD is out on Steam today! YouTube user Space Sharkicane (what a name) ran through the new PC version and compared the same scene with the PS2 version of the game. Take a look!
Announced earlier this week, the Steam version of Resident Evil 4 is atonement for the god-awful Windows port released in 2007. Capcom's released some comparison shots showing off how much better the game looks when the textures don't look like they were painted with mud.
If you never had the misfortune to play it, know that the PC port of Resident Evil 4 was one of Capcom's (and Ubisoft's) darkest moments. So shoddy was the coding that it turned one of the greatest games of all time into a poorly-optimised, bug-riddled joke.
There was a time when mines and minecarts dominated video games. If a platformer or RPG didn't have a mine stage or a mine-themed dungeon, it wasn't a game. We felt like mines—where actual mining was eschewed in favor of racing around on minecarts—were the most natural things in the world, just as common as forests.
The next Resident Evil game will have 255 minutes of cut-scenes, according to a filing by the British Board of Film Classification.
More than 13,000 fans voted for their favorite video game ending of all time for the Guinness Book of World Records 2012 Gamer Edition, and this is what they came up with? Call of Duty: Black Ops is the greatest video game ending of all time? Maybe I need to go play it again. Oh wait, BioShock made the list, it's…
Shiro Suzuki, famed Japanese broadcaster, loves Resident Evil. As Kotaku previously posted, Suzuki discovered gaming over 15 years ago. It was Resident Evil that quickly became his favorite.
The high-definition remake of Gamecube horror classic Resident Evil 4 has finally been released for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, via the PlayStation Store and Xbox Live Marketplace. We opted for the Xbox 360 version, a hefty 3.59 GB download.
The downloadable HD remakes of Resident Evil 4 and Code: Veronica X look even better once you know that they're coming to Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network in North America and Europe in September for 20 bucks a pop.
In next week's episode of the AMC hit Breaking Bad, Jesse convinces two of his pals to dip into a little cocaine, spawning an insightful conversation about Left 4 Dead, Resident Evil 4, and Call of Duty: World at War.
We've seen a few screenshots of the upcoming HD re-releases of Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil Code: Veronica for the PS3 and Xbox 360. Now let's see a trailer!
Capcom and Nintendo have always had a rather close relationship. In 2002, though, the pair became blood brothers. Or so people thought.
Remember the time you gunned down all of those terrifying, pasty monks? Or when that unhinged fella with the chainsaw chased you down the alleyway? Man, that was really fun.