In March of this year, Capcom released the latest chapter in their respected survival horror franchise. Resident Evil 5 capitalized on the improvements made throughout the series with the addition of co-op play that allowed you and a friend to take on the hordes of Kijuju. While the PS3 and 360 versions of the game have been out for a while, allowing BSAA agents plenty of time to blast through the game multiple times, the PC version of the game has been pushed back to September 15 in North America and September 18. However, the delay will come with very cool features that could make it the definitive version, such as being able to play through the entire game in stereoscopic 3D. IGN recently had a chance to check out the PC version at Capcom's offices, and essentially rediscover the game in 3D.