Submitted by Deanways 1701d ago | opinion piece

Resi: ORC Vs. Dead Island – Battle of the zombie trailers

As the reveal trailer for Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City does the rounds, Kapow Games puts it head-to-head with the much celebrated Dead Island debut and explains why Resi will rule. (Capcom, Dead Island, Deep Silver, PC, PS3, Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, Slant Six, Techland, Xbox 360)

Wizziokid  +   1701d ago
can't really compare the trailers since on was game and the other CGI but hey, if we are basing this on the trailer then Dead Island >>>>>> RE:ORC
Deanways  +   1701d ago
At least Resi is being upfront about what the game could look like.
rickhunter89  +   1701d ago
nice leon is in the trailer !!!!!!!!!!! but why cant they just remake re2 with hd graphics cant be so hard can it ??? the world may never know
Deanways  +   1700d ago
A Resi remastered collection has got to be on the cards. After all, Capcom aren't ones to actually do too much original work.
thrashermario  +   1701d ago
il take resident evil

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