A nice little bonus.
I'm using tilt controls!
Look! More Capcom games on the Switch!
It made a lot of money worldwide, okay?
Resident Evil 7 might not be the Resident Evil sequel we dreamed of, but this is the flipside of AAA's lack of innovation: fans who can't let the recent past go.
Or at least playable. Plus: Final Fantasy XV DLC, Kingdom Hearts, and a mobile game you simply have to play.
Giant robots, scary cannibals, murderous students, serious soldiers, and more feature in this video round-up!
To ring in the series' 20th anniversary, USgamer's masters of podcasting explore the Capcom series that coined the term "survival horror."
Capcom is nearly done with Resident Evil re-releases on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
While not completely deserving of its bad reputation, this prequel can't help but feel like treading water.
Give your Halloween season some musical accompaniment with our collection of iconic horror tracks.
Capcom's aspirations for the competitive FPS market offers some interesting mechanics, but are RE fans the target audience here?
Capcom pulls back the curtain to show off their original, Nintendo-based plans for this Resident Evil side story.
The Bearded Burton makes his long-awaited return in Capcom's episodic follow-up to their RE spin-off.
Capcom's venture into episodic content could make their overblown flagship series more digestible than its been in years.
Mike talks to those who understand horror best about the genre and how it fits into our medium.
Take a look at how the undead have changed over the years with our video tour of zombies through the generations.
Shinji Mikami's ahead-of-its time GameCube classic hasn't lost a thing in the move to HD.
Capcom goes back to the well for a sequel to one of the better Resident Evil games from the recent past.
The long-overdue HD port of REmake raises an important question: Will Capcom ever be able to regain the series' former glory?
Deaf composer Mamoru Samuragochi, dubbed the "Japanese Beethoven," actually employed a ghostwriter for nearly 20 years.
Bethesda presents Shinji Mikami's latest.
When was the last time a game actually made you jolt in fear? Pete ponders this evolution of the horror genre.