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Submitted by Gekko 761d ago | news

Resident Evil 6 Launches on Xbox 360 Games on Demand

Despite the mixed critical response and the resignation that the poor commercial performance of Resident Evil 6 has lead to Capcom lowering their forecasted earnings for the current financial year, the publisher clearly hasn’t given up on the videogame. Available to download now via the Xbox 360’s Games on Demand service, Resident Evil 6 has received a digital release with a very encouraging price tag. (Resident Evil 6, Xbox 360)

princejb134  +   761d ago
well the fans responded by not buying their game
now capcom is hurt
maybe now cap com would actually care about their fans and stop locking dlc on the disk or releasing dlc on day one

capcom should go back to resident evil roots also by making it scary
bunt-custardly  +   761d ago
For a moment there, I misread the title of the article as:

"Resident Evil 6 Launches on Xbox 360 Games of the Damned".
jwk94  +   761d ago
Yay, only two months late...

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