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Resident Evil: Chronicles HD Collection Coming to PS3

Resident Evil: Chronicles HD Collection Coming to PS3

by Luis MendezMarch 13, 2012

It was announced today that Capcom confirmed the release of the Resident Evil: Chronicles HD Collection. The collection will include The Umbrella Chronicles and The Darkside Chronicles. Both titles will have an HD make over as well as trophy integration for PlayStation Network.

Gamers will be able to play through the game alone, or with a friend in co-op mode, all the while having the option to use the PlayStation Move controller or a regular Dualshock. Whichever gaming style you fancy.

For those not familiar with the Chronicles series. It’s a shooter similar to the House of the Dead or Time Crisis games. Its a very fast paced intense type of shooter in which playing with the Move would be much more enjoyable, but Capcom promises seamless gameplay without a motion controller.

The Umbrella Chronicles let’s players choose between eight playable characters. Including veterans of the Resident Evil series Chris Redfield, Jill Valentine, and Rebecca Chambers. The Darkside Chronicles will take players back to the story of Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield as they try to escape from Raccoon City.

Both titles will be available for download from the PlayStation Store sometime in June of this year and available for individual retail purchase at a later date.

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  • dawatsering24

    Great developers behind this

  • Dollie Mccrystal

    I downloaded the demo for marvel vs capcom 2 from the playstation shop but it states I have to download the license key to play the entire version. I have no notion exactly where to get it from.

  • Rishi

    How is the Wii Classic Controller for Tatsunoko vs Capcom? Is it easy enough to do quarter circle forward. I hate playing with the Wiimote or Gamecube controllers.

  • maskills24

    They were virtually the same until the Alpha series, really, although I believe some like to disagree. Was it because Capcom wanted characters that would appeal to both Asian and Western markets? That’s the only reason I could see for that.

  • Gundown64

    I have a vita and a memory stick on the way from eBay, so if I buy marvel vs capcom 3 now, will it let me play at all. I know it won’t save game data.

  • skillz

    I was just wondering if their were any good Capcom games coming out soon?

  • Mark

    He’s a green cactus guy with stretchy arms that’s wearing a purple sombrero. I THINK hes from Capcom, but I’m not sure. I think I saw him in one of those Marvel vs Capcom arcade games, and I just can’t remember his name.

  • addmeonxbox360myuserisfallior

    If I grab Seth Killian’s (producer of Capcom fighting games) glasses and stomped all over them? What would he do?

  • kerrin marz

    I downloaded the demo for marvel vs capcom 2 from the playstation store but it says I have to download the license key to play the full version. I have no idea where to get it from.

  • Balla

    Does anyone know if capcom will come out with another megaman maverick hunter x for the psp. It would be awsome to see them remake X2. Any info?

  • norrin_shadowwolf

    I have the Naomi version of the Marvel vs Capcom 2 Arcade cabinet at my home and there are many characters to unlock. Your machine must gather experience points to unlock the extra characters. Ever time I put in a credit the experience goes up a little bit. We are at 268 right now and it still says we are lv 1. My question: Is there any way to get more experience points besides just adding credits to the machine?