Some Brave Soul Just Completed ‘Resident Evil 7’ With Only A Knife On Hardest Difficulty…

The fastest speedruns being in Resident Evil 7: Biohazard are being finished on easy mode and use special weapons. However, one runner, a YouTuber who goes by the name Quizzle, went to the next level by upping the difficulty all the way to the game’s hardest difficulty (called Madhouse) and hacked their way through with a pocket knife and DOESN’T DIE ONE, SINGLE TIME! You might … Continue reading Some Brave Soul Just Completed ‘Resident Evil 7’ With Only A Knife On Hardest Difficulty…

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A First Look at a “Resident Evil” Stage Play…Yup.

First Look at the Resident Evil Stage Play

A few weeks ago, the Resident Evil stage play, called “Resident Evil: The Stage (or Biohazard: The Stage),” debuted in Japan (supposedly because fitty-‘leven movies aren’t enough) and ended this past Sunday, November 1st. According to Inside Games, the play’s story is ACTUALLY canon, as it takes place between Resident Evil 5 and Resident Evil 6. The play’s setting is a university in Australia, as the Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance (BSAA) arrives immediately after a bioterrorism incident as things get worse, beacuse — you know — Resident Evil. Continue reading “A First Look at a “Resident Evil” Stage Play…Yup.”

A full remake of Resident Evil 2…in Unreal Engine 3! WOW!

While Capcom is spinning its wheels on the series (although Resident Evil HD Remastered was prettybfreaking good and Resident Evil: Revelations 2 looks very promising), YouTube user Rod Lima has finished a complete remake of Resident Evil 2 in Unreal Engine 3, with the video above containing Claire’s A scenario from start to finish. Maybe THIS is the remake that us RE fans wanted for arguably the best game of the classic (tank-controlled) RE series. Sure, the GameCube remake was awesome, but what about the second one?

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Your Favorite Modern Games Get Dr. Seuss-ed!

No, this is not two worlds being brought together via a sudden merge of two universes, nor a (probably) excellent proposal for a video game based upon any of the Dr. Seuss properties and characters. And maybe, the game would actually be good.  This is just an awesome example of how you can re-imagine some of the most violent video games into cutesy, harmless-looking childhood books.   Continue reading “Your Favorite Modern Games Get Dr. Seuss-ed!”