Arguably the best version of arguably the best Resident Evil is now available on Wii U, courtesy of Nintendo’s eShop.
Street Fighter V isn’t due out until Spring 2016, but that doesn’t stop the news and leaks regarding the final roster from getting loose. While a majority of the characters will be returning veterans – Ryu, Ken, Chun Li, Cammy, etc. – we’re also getting some new blood to this entry.
Love them or hate them, the Resident Evil films have been successful enough to warrant five movies so far. With that being said, they’re amping up production for the sixth and final movie before this series is put to rest, once and for all. Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, which begins filming this September in South Africa, will pick up after the events of Resident Evil: Retribution and put Project Alice up against the Red Queen in a race to save what’s left of humanity.
Fans of Resident Evil 2 have been clamoring for a full-on remake nearly just as long as they have been wanting one for Final Fantasy VII. Following Square Enix’s move at E3 this year, Capcom has officially announced that Resident Evil 2 is getting the same treatment, though not for some time.
A few days ago, we posted on the launch of the Street Fighter V beta, which customers that had already pre-ordered SFV were given access to as thanks for their early contributions. With that being said, the beta crashed the same day it had launched, and has had trouble staying online since.
Fans of the classic Mega Man titles can look forward to a nice compilation later this year. Coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo 3DS, and Steam, Mega Man Legacy Collection will include the first six Mega Man titles from the classic NES days.