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Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City's New 'Spec Ops' DLC Will Make Good Guys Out Of You Yet

I didn’t much like the squad-based shooter set in Resident Evil‘s hometown when it came out last month. But some of you all did. You’re in luck, then as Capcom’s announced new add-on content that lets you play as ORC’s would-be heroes.

Control The Ultimate Weapon In Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City

Launching exclusively with the Xbox 360 version of Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City on June 19, the online multiplayer Nemesis Mode sees the USS fighting against the Spec Ops for control of one of the series’ most powerful enemies.

Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City Will Let You Kick Zombies In Their Undead Junk

The next instalment in Capcom’s survival horror series puts players in a three-sided warzone with two human factions gunning for each other and zombie-fied humans and beasts out to chomp whoever they can.

Warning: Playing The Next Resident Evil Alone Might Bum You Out

It might be as fair to write about playing Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City solo as it would be to rate a fish’s ability to haul itself across dry land. But during this past weekend, I played March’s multiplayer-intended Resident Evil game as a single-player game.

In Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon Multiplayer Modes It's You Vs Them Vs The Other Ones

In the second multiplayer trailer for Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City to drop this week Capcom details the various multiplayer modes that will see your team versus their team versus hordes of biological weapons of your arse destruction.

Exhaustion Breeds Quality In The Dragon Con Day Two Cosplay Gallery

After three hours of baby-interrupted sleep, I trudged across town to Dragon Con 2011 again today, where I occupied a great many benches and attempted to stay awake. I was mostly successful.

Ever Considered A Career In Morally Questionable Pharmaceuticals?

Looking for a new line of work? Do you know anything about the potential harmful effects of shady experimental drugs and mad scientist-level bioengineering? No? Then you sound perfect for the Umbrella Corporation.

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