Biohazard: The Experience

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Biohazard: The Experience is a follow-up to the highly-praised Biohazard: The Stage which ran in Japan a few years back. The Experience is written and produced by the same creative team and is supervised by Hiroyuki Kobayashi. This story is unrelated to the original and has a more claustrophobic, mystery focus in contrast to the action-packed original. Here is the official synopsis:

“…What the hell is this place?”
They are in the room of a house that is unfamiliar. For some unknown reason thirteen men and women have been brought there in their sleep, and now begin to rouse. They don’t know if they should exchange names, or if their identities are real, but what they do know is they must stick together to survive and escape.

“There’s a strange figure nearby!”
The mysterious person gives off a foul odour. A zombie. Emotions get heated, and when one of them gets bitten the fear reaches its peak. What once was human is human no more. While maintaining as much dignity and conscience as possible, they must kill the infected in order to survive.
They begin to doubt one another yet need strength in order to escape.
What on earth is this, and for what purpose do they hold?


The play has just completed its run in Japan but Biohazard: The Experience will be available to purchase on 2-disc DVD this coming July.

Source: http://www.biohazard-stage.com

CODE: Veronica Rated for PS4

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The German rating board outed the game's existence recently thanks to a discovery by a Neogaf member. No other platforms are mentioned but it will likely be a multiplatform release.

Source: Neogaf and USK

Resident Evil 7 Behind the Scenes: Beginning Hours

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Capcom has released part one of four of a behind the scenes series title Beginning Hours, chronicling the development of RE7. You can check out the first part here

Source: Capcom via Twitter

Resident Evil Vendetta Coming To Theatres

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Sony Pictures and Fathom Events are bringing the movie to theatres for one night in the US and Canada on June 19, though the movie is out digitally on May 27. You can check out further details here about bookings, which starts on March 31st in the US and March 24th in Canada. There is also a new trailer there.

cvxfreak translated the interview bits as well, here and here

Source: IGN via Twitter. Thanks to cvxfreak for the heads up.

Resident Evil 7 Chris Redfield Design Clarification

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In a recent blog post, the game's director Koushi Nakanishi clarified that the character in Not a Hero (and the game's ending) uses the new design for Chris Redfield. The change was due to game's use of photogrammetry, and they felt the older RE5 & 6 design wouldn't fit the art direction of the game.

Source: Capcom

Thanks to cvxfreak for the heads up.

Resident Evil Revelations Coming to PS4 and Xbox One

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The game will be released sometime this fall on both disc and digital channels. More details will follow through.

Source: Capcom via Twitter

Resident Evil 2 Main Hall Remade with Unreal Engine 4

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A fan going by the handle Cryinghorn recreated the three floors of the main hall using Unreal Engine 4, and took a step further by remixing the music as well. He's made the playable code public, so be sure to check it out for yourself.

Source: Youtube via Facebook.

Thanks to danfromumbrella for the heads up.

BIOHAZARD 7 - "In The Beginning"

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CAPCOM TV recently aired a segment with Masachika Kawata on the early development of BIO7, as well as promoting several upcoming projects such as the add-on "Not A Hero" and Tokyo Marui-manufactured "Samurai Edge <Albert.W.Model 01>."

The development footage begins at 01:10:00.

Biohazard 7 Inside Report Translation

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cvxfreak is currently translating the report that was included with the Complete Edition of the game's Japanese version. It gives a good insight on the creative process that ultimately led the game down the final path.

He's translated two so far and plans to eventually get through all fourteen of them. Have a look here

You can follow him on his blog as well at Frequent Gamer Miles

Composer & Singer Interviews Plus DLC 2

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We're late on this, but there are a couple of interviews uploaded by Capcom Japan with the theme song's composer and singer.

Also, the 2nd set of DLC's was released on PS4 last week and the entire set released so far will be out on Xbox One and PC on the 21st.

Lastly, for those interested in the game's soundtrack, it's worth noting that there is a lossless version offered on Steam priced at $10. You do get both MP3 and FLAC files.

Source: Capcom, Steam.