The mystery of Resident Evil 7‘s demo keeps getting more… um, mysterious. YouTuber Jesse Cox recently reported that developers said the game has “four or five extra endings” on top of the ‘main’ ending (whichever that one is). We’ll add

Elgato Gaming’s Maximilian has emerged from the Capcom’s E3 2016 booth with rather conflicting reports on whether or not you can “beat” the Resident Evil 7 demo. We’re going to assume “beat” in this instance means “emerged unscathed”. Was told by

Capcom has confirmed that Resident Evil 7: Beginning Hour demo is a separate experience than Resident Evil 7 itself. “The demo, just to make it clear, first and foremost, it’s not actually a slice from the game; it isn’t the opening sequence of

While still not a traditional Resident Evil game, Resident Evil 7‘s demo is more layered than we originally thought. It’s providing mysteries that are quite appealing, we quite readily admit. As such, we thought we’d lay out the endings we’ve experienced, alongside

Upon a second playthrough of Resident Evil 7‘s demo, we’ve uncovered evidence that the Umbrella Corporation actually plays some part of the game’s story. If you don’t want to be spoiled, don’t watch this playthrough. Right beside the creepy ringing phone

Resident Evil 7 is, so far, a very loose Resident Evil tie-in. At the very best, Capcom should have sold the latest in the long-running franchise as a spiritual successor to Konami’s P.T. or Silent Hills to us instead. Under a very different name. What we were

Capcom has confirmed that the Resident Evil 7 demo, available today for PlayStation Plus subscribers, is based off of the PlayStation VR “Kitchen” experience of last year. You know, the one where a monster tortured you as you were tied to

Resident Evil 7 has been confirmed at Sony’s E3 press conference. Take a look at its introductory trailer, below: As per normal, the trailer suggests that the gameis heading back to its horrific roots. Time will tell, eh? Resident Evil

Serkan Toto, a Japanese analyst, has taken to Twitter to allege that Resident Evil 7 is in development and will once again focus on survival horror. What’s more, Toto says that the game will be shown at this year’s E3,

Capcom today released its financial results for the 2015 fiscal year, and in doing so, announced a Resident Evil “full-scale offensive” for early 2017. The publisher said Umbrella Corps, a Resident Evil-themed shooter planned for 21 June, is only a “warm up” for said

Resident Evil 7 is officially a thing, but that’s about all Capcom will say about it. “We’re currently not at a state to talk about it,” Capcom’s Masachika Kawata said to Dengeki PlayStation (via Siliconera). “But please stay tuned,” he added. We’ll keep you

Just like Ken Lally and Reuben Langdon before her, Resident Evil mainstay Salli Saffioti has teased that she’s back working on the popular franchise. Saffioti, who voices Leon’s US government handler Ingrid Hunnigan, didn’t go as far to hashtag #ResidentEvil on an Instagram

Ken Lally, the motion cap (mocap) actor for Resident Evil‘s Albert Wesker, took to Twitter over the weekend to tease an upcoming project for the franchise. Lally was pictured a full mocap suit alongside Reuben Langdon, who provides mocap for Resident Evil‘s

Japanese newspaper Sankei Shimbum (via NeoGAF) claims that Capcom will be bringing “a major game of some sort for the PS4″ to this year’s E3. While it could be something as simple as a westernised version of Deep Down, a free-to-play PS4 title announced