I didn't much like the squad-based shooter set in Resident Evil's hometown when it came out last month. But some of you all did. You're in luck, then as Capcom's announced new add-on content that lets you play as ORC's would-be heroes.
Amongst the new Resident Evil title's many flaws is one glaring (and hilarious) one. Join a round of versus and you may just encounter it yourself. We definitely did.
For decades those pesky raccoons have been sneaking about at night, digging through our trash cans and generally making a mess of things. It's time the game reviewers of the internet strike back. To Raccoon City!
Last week, I spoke to a room full of teenagers at the Brooklyn Public Library about video games and technology. When they asked me what unreleased games I was playing as a perk of my job, I answered that I was getting up to my elbows in an upcoming Resident Evil game.
The next spinoff of Capcom's survival horror series puts players in a three-sided warzone with two human factions gunning for each other and zombie-fied humans and beasts out to chomp whoever they can. It's going to be an ultraviolent affair. Watch and see for yourselves, kids.
It might be as fair to write about playing Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City solo as it would be to rate a fish's ability to haul itself across dry land. But during this past weekend, I played March's multiplayer-intended Resident Evil game as a single-player game.
The newest Resident Evil game definitely falls into the Survival Action category of things, per the chart seen here. We get a chance to see what kind of action will be on tap in the clip above. There's running, gunning, explosions and a few familiar faces, too. You'll get your chance to visit Resident Evil's…
The single-player campaign of Capcom's upcoming humans-vs-bioengineered zombies-vs-humans title has you controlling an all-new squad of characters in Resident Evil's most iconic locale. But Operation Raccoon City's multiplayer will let you play as some more familiar faces from the survival horror series' history.…
Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City was a no-show at the Tokyo Game Show, according to our folks on the ground, and it still hasn't gotten a hard release date. Does that mean it could be getting a delay?
This is like no Resident Evil game you've ever played: You run, you gun, you eat through boxes of ammo.
I haven't had a good scare since 2005, at least not at the hands of Resident Evil.
The entirely CGI E3 premiere trailer for Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City found its way to the Internet sometime this morning via Europe. You may see it here. No gameplay, but it deals with the game's story through the eyes of Umbrella operatives tasked with cleaning up their little T-virus mess. You may also…
Meet the Umbrella Security Squad's Delta Squad. They'll be in charge of hunting down Leon S. Kennedy and putting him down like a dog in Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City.
That moment I knew Resident Evil: Raccoon City could be a multiplayer game worth playing was when I turned the tables on my attacker. The game is a third-person shooter. You can play it competitively, and, as is possible in many games of this type, an enemy player can get the jump on you.
In a break with controversial tradition, you won't have to stop to shoot in either of the next two Resident Evil games. You can run-and-gun in Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City; you can run-and-gun in Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D.
The next big Resident Evil for consoles, Operation Raccoon City, will take players back to 1998, the timeline of Resident Evils 2 and 3, except you'll be the bad guys, taking aim at hero Leon Kennedy as a member of a squad of Umbrealla Corporation goons.
Has it really been fifteen years since the S.T.A.R.S. team took their first steps inside of a zombie-filled mansion on the outskirts of Raccoon City? This 15th Anniversary video celebrates the past decade and a half of Resident Evil, while giving us a taste of what's still to come.
Undead creatures swarm, bullets fly, and gas stations explode in this action-packed first look at Slant Six Games' Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City.
Slip into the uniform of a member of a crack Umbrella Security Services squad member tasked with cleaning up both the zombies and the survivors of the original T-virus outbreak in Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, a new title reportedly on the way from former SOCOM developer Slant Six Games.