Liked CG-animated flick Resident Evil: Degeneration? You're in luck. Capcom and Sony are joining forces once again to make
Starting today, CGI flick Resident Evil: Degeneration is available via the PS3's PlayStation Network.
Full-length CG animation feature Resident Evil: Degeneration has shipped over 1.5 million copies worldwide. The total includes DVD, Blu-ray and UMD versions of the flick.
The Resident Evil: Degeneration movie features plasticine characters, impossible situations, a nonsensical storyline full of plot holes you could drive a truck through.
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With the latest Resident Evil movie behind us and the next game looming ahead, flick Resident Evil: Degeneration sounds like perfect filler. But at least one critic says it's little more than a 96-minute cutscene.
Click to view Above, the first eight minutes of the upcoming Resident Evil CGI feature film, Degeneration. You'll get eight minutes of backstory and build-up, along with a certain...understanding. See, at TGS, they had this running right next to Resident Evil 5, on a big screen. And Resident Evil 5 looked better. A lot…
At this year's Tokyo Game Show, Sony Pictures and Capcom will have the world premier of Resident Evil: Degeneration, an all new CG-animated feature film. It's being produced by Hiroyuki Kobayashi (associate producer of Resident Evil: Apocalypse and video game producer of Resident Evil 4 and Devil May Cry 4) and…
I will be picking up the Resident Evil: Degeneration Blu-ray this winter due to the fact that I am a CGI-movie whore to the point where I'd buy a scene-for-scene CG remake of Ishtar, but some of you out there need more motivation than that. Sure it has zombies and the killing of zombies on a compelling airport…
I case the Comic-Con trailer wasn't clear enough for you, Sony Pictures has issued an official press release for the upcoming film, being released theatrically in Japan before heading to North American DVD, Blu-ray, and UMD later this year. Here's the official synopsis: