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Resident Evil 7 will have a prequel, but it's not how we imagine it

Capcom has announced a prequel for Resident Evil 7, but this will be exclusive to a Japanese and virtual reality game room.

Capcom with its RE Engine is already ready for the next gen

Capcom talked about its RE Engine, declaring that it already has many titles in development and that it is ready for the next gen.

Resident Evil 7 is selling very well, but remains under the fifth chapter

The last chapter of Capcom's horror series, Resident Evil 7, has sold very well, but it remains under Resident Evil 5.
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Resident Evil 8 could see the return of the third person

An insider has stated that Resident Evil 8 is in development and that this will see the return of the third-person view as in the remake of the second chapter
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Capcom: "better a game from 9 that sells little that one from 6 that ...

Resident Evil 7 has done a lot of discussion since its first presentation: the abandonment of the third person in favor of the first has initially shaken the purists of the series, but in the end the common opinion is ...

Resident Evil 7 Cloud on Nintendo Switch gives problems to American users, but to complain ...

From today on the eShop of Japanese Nintendo Switches is available for download (with 15 minutes of free play) Resident Evil 7 Cloud, a version completely hosted on the Capcom servers of the famous horror game that, in ...

Resident Evil 7 arrives on Nintendo Switch, but you must always be connected

The horror will also arrive on Nintendo Switch with one of the best 2017 games and the chapter that, according to the common opinion, has managed to raise a saga that for too long had remained in ...

Far Cry 5 and Resident Evil VII meet thanks to the Ubisoft title editor

Far Cry 5 offers a substantial single player campaign in a large, fully explorable and open world map, but beyond that you can also enjoy the level editor whose results can be ...

Diablo IV, probable incoming announcement

An advertisement appeared in the German magazine Gamestar where you can see a book of artworks, The Art of Diablo, which, according to the translation, ...

ADX Group Announces IPO Progress, New Cyber ​​Security Offerings

JEJU ISLAND, South Korea - (BUSINESS WIRE) - ADX Group ("ADX"), owner and operator of online business services, online entertainment, and consumer electronics, announced today that the company's ...

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