Last year was a rough year. Just ask Osaka-based Capcom. The game company, which is best known for the Street Fighter series, sales profits down. Way down.
The U.K. clergy members quoted as criticizing Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles for glamorizing violence and promoting the occult say their remarks have been misrepresented by the source originally reporting them.
Generally, when dealing with religious kooks who allege your product promotes sin, exalts evil and is generally ungodly, PR 101 calls for a no-comment. Instead, Capcom's responded to two UK ministers after they called out Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles.
The Year of the Wii Lightgun Shooter continues with a Resident Evil entry that is two-thirds fun retro, never scary yet surprisingly generous. Too bad it makes a poor first impression.
Tofu Mode returns to the Resident Evil series in The Darkside Chronicles, only this time you're killing tofu, and you can play dress up while you do so. Confused? Watch the videos.
The new trailer for Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles on GameTrailers has a secret. A secret so horrifying that we can't even embed it here.
Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles hits the Nintendo Wii on November 17th, and here's the final trailer, filled with hot undead dog-kicking action.
Ad for the Wii's Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles, as seen by Kotaku in a New York City subway station.
Wii on-rails shooting title Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles will be released in Japan on January 14, and is bringing a limited edition bundle for Japan.
Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles may have shown better a month ago, but the preview build I saw yesterday had the unfortunate fate of trying to follow-up last month's EA's on-rails shooter, Dead Space Extraction.
Zombies! Targeting reticules! Reloading! What more could you want from a Resident Evil-themed shooter, except perhaps the ability to move of your own accord? I kid the rail shooter. Perhaps once it was the bastard-child of the first-person shooter, but games like House of the Dead: Overkill and The Umbrella Chronicles…
Developers recently toned down the shake of the camera in documentary-styled shooter Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles to make the upcoming Wii title a bit easier to play, Capcom developers say.
Capcom's newly-released cover art for Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles contains a mysterious figure of mysterious mystery to puzzle players until it game comes out.
The rule is this: convention t-shirts are awful, cheap things you see stuffed in swag bags then only again seen on large men at LAN parties. The exception to that rule is this Capcom shirt for Comic-Con.
We also get yet another chance to see how they handi-cam look and feel of the game help to highlight the tension in the game.
Capcom returns to Raccoon City in Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles, dropping gamers back into the zombie-killing action in a game that plays like a on-rails shooting title, but promises to deliver a sense of action and suspense.
Day three of E3's clip round up has a lot more gameplay and a lot less hardware to drool over; but you can still get another look at the PSP Go in action.
With just 66,000 in sales MadWorld could serve as a warning to developers to stay away from hardcore games for the Wii, but Capcom's Masachika Kawata, says that's not the case for Resident Evil.