NowGamer - Resident Evil star regularly talks story with Capcom - and played Resident Evil 6 before you.
Well that's not a good sign...
She has a great face
Good for her and re6 but ill just play my Silent hill ^_^ atleast the games still are survival horror unlike Resident evil...
Silent Hill hasn't been a scary game since the Team Silent games but I agree that they are at least trying to keep it a survival horror genre instead of completely selling out and turning it into an action franchise.
Agreed, my other game for survivable horror is the Saw games. They very under rated, but i love them old survivable horror puzzle games. Them really the last two to get that kind of game play.
she looks like a young joan cousack in that pic = P
I wouldn't actually be surprized if Capcom started borrowing elements from the film since they make a lot of money at the box office. I hate Paul W.S Anderson... I find it more funny how him and Milla think they are doing justice to the fans.
I thought they already borrowed heavily from the films with Resident Evil 5 and 4, especially when it came to Wesker and his "super powers" and all of that crap I really really don't like >_> Preferred when it was more realistic and it wasn't all supernatural with midget pirates, teleporting Wesker, giant statues chasing you, Suits of armour magically coming alive, Wesker riding on missiles, cave trolls, battles in volcanoes.....you get the picture lol.
Awesome, i cannot wait for next month to get here so i can see the new Resident Evil movie. I love those films dearly.
a young john cusack? wtf?! She doesn't look anywhere near a man let alone john cusack. Gets some f!cking glasses that's Milla Jovovich.
JOAN Cusack. John Cusack's sister. You may want to get some glasses yourself and re-read his post.
I want her to sit on my face ...
Oh YAY! Does that make the movies any better? No, it most certainly does not.
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