Resident Evil’s Netflix show names two characters

Resident Evil’s Netflix show names two characters

Great news for Resident Evil fans if there is anything true to new rumors floating around. According to multiple sources now, two main characters have been named, Billie and Jade Wesker, half-sisters and daughters of Albert Wesker. I really don’t know if they are following the games closely or at all, but we meet the son of Wesker in arguably the worst of the games, Resident Evil 6. I wouldn’t blame anyone for forgetting that game all together. Regardless of them keeping true to the games the confirmation of characters means a show might actually be happening this time. Ideas for shows have been off and on since 2014, and the latest legit announcement was last year(2019). 
There have been no announcements about the cast and details have been minimal in general, which makes me wonder if this is actually going to be live action or animated. There have been 4 animated movies already, so I wouldn’t be surprised if they took a shot with an animated series with all the success other animated shows are having on Netflix. A report from Redanian Intelligence says that “production” is planned to start in June and conclude in October, but that is still very vague.
The game series has certainly shifted in a much better direction with RE7 and the RE2 Remake, so I have high hopes for this show and I am very excited to learn more about Billie and Jade and see if they get any cool abilities like their Father or maybe even some wild mutations. Hopefully we will get an official announcement soon, but luckily we will have the Resident Evil 3 Remake in April to hold us over. Let us know in the comments what you think of the Wesker sisters, and keep an eye out here for more news.
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Did Capcom just hint towards a remake of Resident Evil 3?

Did Capcom just hint towards a remake of Resident Evil 3?

The biggest game of the year is a remake of an old source link a good comparison/contrast essay the best essay writing website source site prendre du cialis et du viagra en meme temps follow lab report analysis example go to site thesis introduction outline how to add email account to my iphone 7 essay online shopping advantages and disadvantages rx prednisone without a rx orange county resume writing service antioxidant activity thesis pdf see url writing name enter site 5 paragraph essay follow link scholarships for writing essays essay on declaration of independence buy viagra cheap india pharmacy viagra and high cholesterol PS2 game. Resident Evil 2. Given the game back then was a game changer and fun. For years people remastered a scene or two to show what could be capable. In 2015 that all changed when Capcom announced that RE2 would get the remastered look.


The game came out with considerable sales in just over a few months being one of the most talked/played games in a long time. Personally, the game is an excellent reminder of the good old fashion survival horror games, but capcom just posted on their twitter that raises many questions. So, we’re getting a Resident Evil 3 remake? Remember 3 takes place before 2. It’s hard to say what will happen, but with the sales for the 2 it’ll be insane for capcom did not do Resident Evil 3

GAME REVIEW: Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

GAME REVIEW: Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

Resident Evil is back from the Dead!

Game: Resident Evil 7: Biohazard
Developer: Capcom
Score: 9/10
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard is the newest Resident Evil game from Capcom. Capcom had a lot of pressure on them to make fans fall in love with the Resident Evil series again, after many were disappointed with Resident Evil 6. After becoming lost in this new game for several hours, I can happily reassure fans everywhere that Capcom did not disappoint with RE7.
With all that said, Resident Evil 7 brings the franchise back to its survival horror roots, but it is a bit different than the older games. That's not a bad thing, because sometime you need to make some changes to revive something that's dying.
You play as Ethan Winters who, after receiving a mysteriously creepy video, heads out to a rundown and frightful looking plantation, to find his missing wife Mia. It is in this plantation where you come across the Baker family, and as soon as you meet them, you will wish you never came across them.
Thanks to the Baker family, and several mutilated and horrifying creatures, Resident Evil 7 will have you on the edge of your seat as you never know who or what is waiting for you around the corner. The scenery is gruesome and adds to the "I've walked into my worst nightmare" feeling.
Along with great characters and scenery, RE7 has great game play (a mixture of guns a blazing action and "Oh no I ran out of ammo again" stealth), an intriguing story, and hard yet awesome boss battles. This is also one of the most bloody and gory Resident Evil games in the series, and that's not a bad thing at all!
Another thing I love about this game is that I see so many elements of horror movies brought into this game. The Baker family seems like they could be straight out of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre or The Devil's Rejects. I see influences from Saw, as there are crazy tortuous puzzles involved in this game. You can also tell that Resident Evil 7 was took note of the success of the Silent Hill PT demo and brought elements of that into the game. This all helps make the game even more fun.
Now as much as I love this game, its not perfect. It was a bit on the short side, coming in at 8-10 hours of game play and the ending was a little lackluster. It had a lot of build up for an ending, but it didn't necessarily deliver. Overall though, Resident Evil 7 is a survival horror game that will scare you, excite you, and make you fall in love with Resident Evil all over again.
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By Nick Durham


Most people tend to think of the original Alone in the Dark as being the first survival horror video game that they can really remember. Resident Evil would end up being the series that would more famously expose the genre of survival horror to mainstream gamers, but did you know that the original Resident Evil was actually originally supposed to be a remake of a game called Sweet Home? Well, it was.

Now you may be asking yourself, what the fuck is Sweet Home? Well kids, sit down, listen up, and crack open a beer or two and I'll tell you a tale: Sweet Home was a game for the Famicom. The Famicom was basically the Japanese version of the original Nintendo Entertainment System. That beloved grey box that we all fondly remember was a bright red and white console (with a disc-based add-on) in its native Japan, and even featured a few bells and whistles (hardwired controllers, a microphone built into the second controller, etc.) that we never got. Anyway, the Famicom had a shitload of games that never made it on our side of the pond, with Sweet Home being one of them.

Sweet Home is a survival horror role-playing game (that in turn is based on a film of the same name), in which you control a party of five characters that must traverse a spooky-ass mansion. You encounter all kinds of nasty beasts and ghosts in random battles (this is an RPG after all), and there's some majorly creepy shit that happens in the process. The mansion itself is like a giant maze, and also features one of the earliest examples of perma-death in a game; i.e. once a member of your party dies, they stay deader than shit. Yes, this game can be totally unforgiving when it wants to be...and can also be super rewarding too.

Now because of its horror nature and mature subject matter, Sweet Home wasn't deemed fit for American NES players, mainly because a majority of them were super young and enjoying the exploits of a certain stereotypical Italian plumber. So yeah, we missed out on a classic least until the internet became a thing. Various playable ROMs of Sweet Home have been all over the place, thankfully with English fan translations. There's also websites you can find that offer up NES reproduction cartridges that feature the English translation of the game, although these will cost you. So with all that in mind, I wholeheartedly recommend checking Sweet Home out however you can. It's an early classic of the genre, and is every bit as good now as it was back then.


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