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Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City has been met with some trepidation by fans of the survival horror. Not only is it a departure from the survival horror experience (it's a team-based shooter), it also takes liberties with the series' plot, even offering you the chance to off Leon Kennedy, star of Resident Evils 2 and 4. But none of that will matter so much if the game plays like a beauty. So here it is in action. Too frantic? More videos inside...
The debut trailer for Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City has debuted. The upcoming squad-based RE entry was announced in the latest issue of OXM, as well as other mags, and puts you on the side of either a government Special Ops team or the Umbrella Security Services (lots more details in our first article!). See it for yourself in the trailer... though aside from the cameo at the end, the most notable take-away from it may be "BIG LOGO GETS SMALLER."
Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City is real and the first gameplay details have emerged from various sources on the internet. Developer Slant Six cut its teeth on SOCOM: Navy SEALS games for PS3 and PSP, so it's little surprise that the game is a squad-based shooter - quite a departure for the series. But what's all this talk of a mission to kill Leon Kennedy? Surely we're reading this wrong?!
We’re still waiting for Resident Evil 6, but in the meantime we have more than enough T-Virus created zombies for the foreseeable future. That includes the alternate take on RE2, Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, where players control a squad of Umbrella special ops out to clean up Raccoon City of zombies, living witnesses, and rookie cops like Leon Kennedy. Today’s trailer is full of new info, not the least of which is the release date...
Capcom has announced that it'll be launching a beta for Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City in early 2012 ahead of the game's March launch. Having demoed multiplayer builds of the title at trade shows over recent months, the company will be letting the public loose on the title “early next year,” producer Mike Jones told attendees at Capcom's Gamers Day 2011 last week...
Remember when we said that Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City would be getting an early 2012 beta? Well, you see, here's the thing. We, um... because they, um... well, you see...
Yeah, it won't be getting one. Capcom has come out and confirmed that, despite rumors stating that there would be, there's not going to be a beta after all...
A regular gaming voice-actor may have inadvertently confirmed that Capcom is working on Resident Evil 6 via the tried-and-tested means of the premature resume entry. Joe Cappelletti, whose work as “various voices” you may've heard in anything from Modern Warfare 3 to Tony Hawk's Proving Ground, had a role in the title listed on his website until earlier today. But Siliconera wisely snapped a pic of the listing, incriminatory numbering and all...
Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City tells the story of Umbrella's destruction of Resident Evil 2's the famous town from another (more evil) perspective. Though it already promised online co-op, the just revealed Heroes mode mixes things up by including some familiar faces...
We've seen tons of games about how regular folks learn to deal with the zombie scourge, but what about highly trained mercenaries hired by Umbrella Corp? This fancy new CG trailer for the next Resident Evil title shows how they'd do...
Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City’s multiplayer is about the age old conflict of evil pharmaceutical company versus military versus zombies. See how it plays out in the latest trailer for Capcom’s zombie shooter...
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