Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess is a new risk Capcom takes after their winning streak. Monster Hunter Rise + Sunbreak Set, Street Fighter 6,Resident Evil: Village and the remakes of Classic Resident Evil Games sells. Aside from the successful sales of their legacy titles, They are getting praises from critics. People who use to bash Capcom calls them CapGod now. 10 years ago they are calling them Crapcom. They learned from their mistakes of alienating the fanbase and now Capcom is winning back people’s trust.
Resident Evil 7
If you ask most hardcore Resident evil fans, what is their least favorite game? Most of the time, they will Answer Resident evil 6! because it doesn’t feel like a Resident Evil game. Capcom themselves admitted the game is action-packed instead of Survival horror because they want to get the Call of Duty fanbase. The game sold well, but it got critically destroyed by critics and fans alike. This result leads to the creation of Resident Evil 7. Mainstays like Chris Redfield, Jill Valentine, Claire Redfield, Leon Kennedy, and Ada Wong are just way too experienced and capable. They are too badass to make you feel fear.
The good news is that Capcom is porting Resident Evil 7 to Switch, at least in Japan. The bad news is…everything else about it.
Resident Evil 7 Biohazard Gold Edition contents are available beginning today on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC, alongside the remaining DLC for the game – Not a Hero and End of Zoe. The definitive version of the highly acclaimed survival horror title of 2017 includes all the contents from the release earlier this year along with all three pieces of downloadable add-on content, in one ultimate horror package. The previously released DLC packs – Banned Footage Vol. 1 and Banned Footage Vol. 2 are included as well as the final DLC release End of Zoe. Not a Hero is available as a free download for owners of any version of Resident Evil 7 Biohazard
Capcom has revealed its plans to sell a Collector’s Edition of its upcoming seventh mainline Resident Evil game. It’s at the higher end of limited editions with its $179.99 price tag, so what’s in it that’s purportedly worth so much?
Capcom officially announced today that the Resident Evil 7 “Kitchen” demo is now available today, coinciding with the launch for the PlayStation VR hardware. The demo is included on a disc as part of the PlayStation VR headset package for the North American release. Additionally, gamers in Europe will be able to get it as a free demo if they own PlayStation VR.
Some recent evidence has surfaced online suggesting that Resident Evil 7’s VR experience for PlayStation VR might only be a timed exclusive experience for one year. Recently, a Reddit user noticed an ad on Facebook noting the exclusivity period for the VR version of Resident Evil 7. The ad reads, “Resident Evil 7: Biohazard coming in 2017 and exclusive to PlayStationVR for 12 months.” Capcom then commented on the the news to PC Gamer, claiming that no other VR formats for the game have been confirmed as of yet.
Capcom confirmed some new details this week on the upcoming demo for Resident Evil 7, which is Resident Evil 7 Teaser: Beginning Hour. You can also check out a new trailer for the game from the Tokyo Game Show in the player below. The demo is currently available exclusively to PlayStation Plus subscribers for its first seven days of release in North America for the PlayStation 4.
During Gamescom in Cologne, Germany this week, Capcom released a new gameplay trailer for Resident Evil 7, along with some new screenshots. You can check out the new material below. Click on the thumbnails in the gallery to see the full-size images.
It was only a teaser, but the Resident Evil 7 playable demo from Capcom already broke some pretty insane records. Capcom confirmed this weekend that the Resident Evil 7 Teaser: Beginning Hour demo became the most downloaded single-player demo for the PlayStation 4 in its first seven days of release in North America. The demo is currently available as an exclusive download for PlayStation Plus subscribers.
Resident Evil 7 impressed many when it debuted at E3 a while back, however, the Capcom team have been quick to debunk some rumors and speculations that came from the demo at the conference. On the Capcom-Unity blog, director Kōshi Nakanishi went further into debunking said rumors. For example, there were many mentions of the occult in the game, leading to the belief it would be a ghost story of sorts, to which Nakanishi said: