The Resident Evil 7 demo will get its final update today, this time for PS4 and PlayStation VR. This will mark the first time the core demo will be playable in VR outside of trade shows, though the separate Kitchen demo

December’s here, and that means one important thing: an update to the Resident Evil 7 demo. As promised in one of Capcom’s RE7 teaser videos, the update is scheduled for sometime this month: With the PlayStation Experience event taking place this weekend,

Capcom Europe has let outlets loose into Resident Evil 7‘s wilds, and as a result we have a bunch of gameplay videos to show you. You can check out (mostly spoiler-free) impressions from IGN, GamesRadar and Eurogamer, all below. Getting excited

Stevivor’s Steve Wright appeared on the You Game Bro? podcast last night to talk all things Star Trek, Resident Evil, Final Fantasy XV and more. You can listen to the episode below: Download: Direct link Subscribe: iTunes If you’d rather watch

Resident Evil 7‘s Collector’s Edition is exclusive to EB Games in Australia, a new listing confirmed. The Collector’s Edition is similar to offerings elsewhere in the world, with a 7″ Baker mansion replica, dummy finger-slash-16GB USB stick, lithographs, an artbook

Capcom today detailed which versions of Resident Evil 7 will support features like 4K, HDR and VR. HDR High dynamic range (HDR) will be offered on the Xbox One S, PS4, PS4 Pro and PC via Steam or the Windows Store.

A Gamespot USA-exclusive Resident Evil 7 Collector’s Edition comes complete with a dummy finger replica. The item notorious for driving players mad in RE7‘s first and second demos is joined by a replica of the Baker mansion, a VHS tape box,

Two new Resident Evil 7 videos today show off new, terrifying enemies. Best yet, that last video promises an update to the Resident Evil 7 demo, currently scheduled for sometime next month. Resident Evil 7 heads to Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4

Two new Resident Evil 7 teaser videos show off puzzle-solving and investigatory elements of the upcoming game. You can check them both out below: What’d you think of ’em? Use your brains in January 2017, when Resident Evil 7 heads to Xbox One,

VR is in a curious place at the moment. It’s still quite new, and while many sectors of the gaming industry are fully exploring the possibilities, we still aren’t completely sure if it’s the next big thing. The potential for

Celebrating 20 years of horror – in both the ‘survival’ and ‘action’ flavours – there’s no denying Resident Evil has made a great impact upon the gaming landscape. In a special series of articles, Stevivor will honour the iconic series

Two new Resident Evil 7 teasers show off healing items and creepy Mr. Baker. Check ’em out: I don’t like that guy. Resident Evil 7 heads to Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4 (with PS VR support) in January 2017.

Midway through last generation, the survival horror genre was in dire straits. Resident Evil 5 decided to become an excellent co-op action game that forgot the survival and diminished the horror in 2009, which was a catalyst for change. A

Two new Resident Evil 7 teaser videos show the newest iteration of the franchise isn’t as different as you may think. The two videos show off the game’s updated (yet very familiar) save system alongside the combat knife in action. What

Resident Evil 7‘s terrifying “Kitchen” demo is now available on PS4, and we’ve got a full playthrough for those who don’t have a headset (or, are too scared to try it for themselves). Check it out: Yeah. Not playing that

Two new Resident Evil 7 teaser videos have been released, with fans of the franchise eagerly lapping them up. First, a video that highlights a strange caller: A lot of fans suggest the voice is that of Ada Wong, but I