If you were stuck with these tools, you were either brave, desperate or unfortunate. These are the ten worst weapons in horror games.
In 1996, survival horror existed, but it wasn’t exactly widely known that way. Games like Clock Tower, Alone in the Dark, and numerous other takes on the horror genre existed, but even the best-selling games of the type enjoyed a moderate to cult following. Capcom wanted something greater. The company wanted to reinvent the wheel in a way that would appeal broadly to horror fans everywhere. Little did they know how big they were about to hit it. Originally released and known in Japan as Bio Hazard, Resident Evil would hit shelves and turn heads around the world, single-handedly becoming arguably one of the first survival horror blockbusters and creating a franchise that now spans decades.
11 years ago, Resident Evil 4 debuted on the Nintendo GameCube, forever changing the standards of third-person action and survival horror.
Resident Evil is one of the first video games to feature zombies in a Romero-like manner. After so many sequels and spin-offs over the years, it's time we ranked the series in ascending order to see what it takes to create a successful zombie game. Capcom has started to stray from the path over the past few entries of the franchise, resulting in a larger focus on action-oriented gameplay and less of survival horror, but a good game is a good game regardless of its premise or genre, just as long as it's done correctly. So mix a few herbs together, stay away from the windows and make sure you reload when no one is around, because it's time we go to Raccoon City and beyond as we rank the Resident Evil series from worst to first.
Be ready for Crimson Heads, leeches, giant scorpions and more as Resident Evil 1 and 0 are being packaged together in Resident Evil Origins Collection.
We're big RE fans over here at ArcadeSushi, so we were definitely psyched to hear about the remake of RE 2. What better way to celebrate than with fan art?
Some recent posts on social media indicate that Capcom is interested in remaking one of the greatest zombie games of all time, Resident Evil 2.
The HD remaster of Resident Evil has broke a PSN record for Capcom, as it reached one million digital units sold. Now can we finally get an RE2 remake, Capcom?
The numbers have been crunched and Sony has announced which games have made PlayStation consoles the most money in February.
Was the original sequel to Resident Evil scrapped before we ever got to play it?