Resident Evil 7: Biohazard - Review (Portugal Gamers)

"The Resident Evil series has always been synonymous with terror and zombies. When the first game was released, in the "remote" year of 1996, the game practically popularized the genre Survival Horror , causing immense chills and scares to the great majority of the players of the time. It is undoubtedly one of the most successful series of Capcom with about 75 million sales until the beginning of this year, a success that is easily justified with the most diverse branches in the form of comics, various versions of games on various platforms, cartoons , Toys and even an (already long) series of movies based on the universe. Originally based on a zombie outbreak caused by the infamous T-virus created by the Umbrella Corporation and later in other types of biological weapons."

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Resident Evil 7 Flops On Mobile; Sells Less Than 2000 iOS Units

Resident Evil 7 has massively flopped by making fewer than 2000 purchases on iOS, with other console mobile ports also performing poorly.

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cthulhucultist2h ago

Well at least there are games like angry birds or clash of clans for mobile gamers :-)

OtterX1h ago

Who the hell would want to play this on a phone?

KwietStorm_BLM1h ago

Apple users ain't gamers. I don't know whether this push with "metal" was just to say they did it and it's possible to run modern games, or if Capcom just said hey more units is better, but either way this shouldn't be all that surprising.

Goodguy011h ago(Edited 1h ago)

Mobile gamers only want simple games and gachas. Nobody wants to pay up front for a mobile game, you have to hide it behind micro transactions lol.

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Another Resident Evil game comes to Apple devices, but skips Android

Fan favorite Resident Evil 7 is coming to mobile, but once again, Capcom is only releasing the game on Apple’s latest phones and tablets.

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contra15735d ago

Androids hardware is so fragmented


The Greatest Video Game Comeback Stories in Gaming History

Who says a dud game can't have a video game comeback?

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Dirty_Lemons167d ago

Cyberpunk and No Man's Sky have to be up there. We're lucky and cursed, equally, to have games that can be updated now. For folks old enough to remember the Sega/SNES into PS1 and even 2 eras, if a game came out that was half baked (*cough*Angel of Darkness*cough*) that was it, no redemption. At the same time, having the option for updates shouldn't be an excuse for half assing games.

thorstein167d ago

I remember when the Nintendo Seal of Approval meant something.

All those games had to release without bugs.

shinoff2183167d ago

Comebacks shouldnt be a thing in videogames. Just saying.