In celebration of Halloween, the GamesBeat writers and editors pick the moments that chilled them the most over the years.
The Evil Within echoes the first Resident Evil game and shows off its survival-horror elements.
Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z brings unexpected humor and a hand-drawn art style to the slash-happy franchise.
New games means more zombies, and our obsession with them is personal.
Jill Valentine is looking for love on GamesBeat’s dating site for gaming characters, Extra Hearts.
Producer Masato Kimura talks about Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami’s vision for their new game, The Evil Within, and the moment everything clicked into place for him.
The horror, the horror. This will remind you a lot of Resident Evil, but its creators say they will throw in original twists.
A longer video clip shows off some horrifying creatures.
It’s easy to recommend the classic PlayStation Resident Evil over Resident Evil 6, but how difficult is it to convince someone to play the original X-Com?
Show your gaming friends how much you care with our gaming-themed valentines.
Game developers are increasingly fond of including doodads and gizmos with the premium editions of their games. Here are some of the most ridiculously expensive special editions ever released, in roughly ascending order.
The interiors and exteriors of one of gaming’s most famous buildings gets the Minecraft treatment.
Series producer Masachika Kawata reevaluates his stance on action-oriented Resident Evil games.
In part four of our rundown of the funniest fake awards in games, we honor the achievements that reference movies, people, and other games.
Many female characters get excluded from the game’s cover in favor of male protagonists. Did your favorite heroines make the cut?
“I could use these five rocket launchers in my inventory to open the door, or I could solve a series of frustratingly mundane puzzles to open the lock. Hmmm. …”
Everything in Resident Evil 6 is bigger, louder, and prettier than its predecessors, but does that make it a better game?
Good news for Capcom fans: It’s probably going to make a sequel to that game you like.
Capcom is offering Resident Evil super-fans some special bundles for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 when the latest installment in the survival-horror series launches on October 2.
Dragon’s Dogma blends plenty of action, role-playing addictiveness, and a perfect cyclops-climbing simulator.
Editor’s Pick Drawing on a rich heritage of horror movies and games, such as Dawn of the Dead, Resident Evil and Left 4 Dead, Zed Events has crafted a unique ‘real life’ zombie experience in the UK that is the stuff of nightmares.
Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami is going back to doing what he does best — scaring the crap out of gamers.
I apologize for being little late with this review. I got sidetracked attempting to fix an elevator (I failed) and patching up the broken ribs of a gang member whom I really should’ve been putting down instead (and I don’t mean by insulting him).
Update: Four hours after our initial rumor post went live (see below), Capcom released the Resident Evil 6 reveal trailer, confirming Leon and Chris, as well as a number of new characters.
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