Resident Evil 15th Anniversary Video From Capcom

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Capcom’s Resident Evil franchise is 15 years old this year and it is celebrating it with footage from the old games and new ones.

So Capcom is re-releasing some titles along with two 3DS releases and a PS3/PC/360 release. Here’s the breakdown and release window:

  • Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D (3DS) – Summer 2011
  • Resident Evil: Revelations (3DS) – TBA
  • Resident Evil: Code Veronica X (PSN, XBLA) – Fall 2011
  • Resident Evil 4 (PSN, XBLA) – Fall 2011
  • Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City (PS3/PC/360) – Q4 2011

Five Resident Evil titles pending release and you can bet the house that Capcom is going to announce Resident Evil 6 as well.

Too much Resident Evil? Are we being too saturated?

Images From Three Games That Start With “R”

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Resident Evil games are coming to Nintendo 3DS and Capcom are showing it off a bit.

Resident Evil: Mercenaries 3D

Resident Evil: Revelations

And while Sony dropped these screenshots yesterday, I bring them to you on a silver platter for your convenience.

Resistance 3

All three of these games are looking great, but will they play as good as they look?

We shall find out in 2011.

Nintendo 3DS Gets Price & Date In Japan

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nintendo-logoThe Nintendo 3DS will debut in Japan on February 26th, 2011 for approximately $299 USD

That’s a lot of money. It may be worth that price since it does feature 3D without glasses and a fair bit of horsepower compared to its predecessor and the competition, but that’s still a large sum of money.

North American prices haven’t been set in stone, so it’s possible that it could debut at a lower price point, but I’m doubtful of that. I’m thinking $289.99. Others are leaning towards the $249.99.

I like to set myself up for surprise and not disappointment.

There’s no set date for the North American launch either. All we know is that it’ll be as early as March 2011.

According to Siliconera, the Japanese package will include the following:

Nintendo 3DS hardware

  • Nintendo 3DS charging stand
  • AC adaptor for use with Nintendo 3DS
  • Nintendo 3DS stylus
  • 2GB SD memory card
  • Six AR (augmented reality) cards for use with the 3DS’ camera
  • Quick start guide
  • Instruction book
  • Warranty

That’s not much. Not even a game? C’mon.

Check out the rest of the FAQ over at Siliconera, it’s quite informative.

Nintendo also released a handful of promotional videos which provide insight on how the Nintendo 3Ds’ various functions work and how different Japan is compared to North America. All that wireless tag mod stuff? Yeah, that’s not happening in North America. At least not on public transportation.

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