Capcom's upcoming open-world fantasy action-RPG Dragon's Dogma looks really cool, but you know what's even cooler? We got to interview the producer, Hiroyuki Kobayashi. Check out what he had to say about the game.
In yet another in a growing line of computer-generated feature-length films based on videogame franchises, Capcom has announced that they will be releasing Resident Evil: Damnation in 2012. A follow-up to Resident Evil: Degeneration, another animated feature, Damnation will not only be animated, but in 3D. Capcom is collaborating with Sony on the project.
Did anybody here see Degeneration? I have to admit to having been curious when word first got out about its existence, but it's so difficult for me to work up the enthusiasm to watch this sort of thing. That should hold doubly-true for a Resident Evil film, where the tone of the games has always occupied (unsuccessfully, in my view) an uncomfortable territory between camp and horror and refuses to decide which it's going to be.
And don't get me started on the "uncanny valley" crap I inevitably feel watching CG animation that attempts realistic human figures. No patience for that in this house, thank you very much
Capcom and Sony Pictures Entertainment Japan Co., Ltd. have announced the co-production of Resident Evil: Damnation, a sequel to the full-length CG animation feature Resident Evil: Degeneration based upon the Resident Evil (known in Japan as Biohazard) series of games and movies.
While the predecessor Resident Evil: Degeneration had only a limited 2-week / 3-screen theatrical release in Japan, Box Office sales surpassed 40 million yen, and the home video release has shipped more than 1.6 million copies worldwide, making the film a global hit.
Since its initial release in 1996, the Resident Evil series of games has established the "survival horror" genre and has shipped over a 44 million units worldwide, continuing to captivate its fans as a powerful property. Resident Evil 5, which was released in 2009, shipped over 5.4 million units worldwide, recording the highest sales within the franchise.
The first three Resident Evil live-action films collectively grossed over US$ 300 million at the Box Office worldwide, and the most recent installment grossed over US$ 27 million in its opening weekend.
Resident Evil: Damnation will feature as its main character Leon S. Kennedy. The film is currently in production and being directed by Makoto Kamiya (Resident Evil: Degeneration), and produced by Hiroyuki Kobayashi (producer RResident Evil: Degeneration, associate producer Resident Evil: Afterlife and Resident Evil: Apocalypse), with plans for a 3D release in 2012.
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The exclusive worldwide Comic-Con trailer debut of the CGI-animated sequel Resident Evil: Damnation.
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Capcom is working hard to keep the franchise fresh in Resident Evil 6, with updated controls and new environments. Morgan Webb gets details on the series most responsible for our soiled undergarments.
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No cabe duda que la gran noticia del día (en lo referente a videojuegos) está siendo sin lugar a dudas el anuncio oficial de Resident Evil 6, realizado a última hora de ayer jueves.
Puntualmente, ayer os ofrecimos sus primeros detalles y el extenso primer tráiler, el cual os hoy os podemos ofrecer ya con subtítulos en castellano, para que os enteréis de todo lo que se cuenta en el vídeo.
"Resident Evil 6 supone un gigantesco avance en la evolución de la franquicia," ha comentado Katsuhiko Ichii, Jefe de los Departamentos R&D y Global Marketing de Capcom. "El equipo de desarrollo, liderado por Hiroyuki Kobayashi, está trabajando incansablemente para ofrecer la entrega de Resident Evil más impresionante tanto en términos de repercusión como en valor de producción. Estamos sinceramente entusiasmados con el título y no podemos esperar más para compartirlo con todo el mundo".
Por su parte, Hiroyuki Kobayashi, productor ejecutivo de Resident Evil 6 ha añadido que: "Desde el principio la intención del equipo ha sido crear una experiencia que ofrezca una apasionante línea argumental, una intensa experiencia para un jugador y acción cooperativa, todo contrapuesto a la constante temática del terror. Es lo que denominamos fusión de terror dramático y confiamos en que tendrá repercusión tanto entre los actuales seguidores como a los recién llegados a la franquicia".
Jane Douglas talks to director Eiichiro Sasaki and executive producer Hiroyuki Kobayashi at Capcom's annual Captivate showcase about Resident Evil 6's new heroes, familiar faces, revised release date, and "horror entertainment".
GameSpot Asia's Jonathan Toyad speaks with producer Hiroyuki Kobayashi about the types of horror Resident Evil 6 is exploring with its multiple protagonists, as well as why Dragon's Dogma was a success.
Check out the debut trailer with a special introduction from Executive Producer Hiroyuki Kobayashi, Director Eiichiro Sasaki and Producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi.