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5 ‘Resident Evil’ Games Are Rumored To Be In Development From Capcom

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This would be insanely crazy for fans of the series. It is rumored that 5 Resident Evil games are currently in development from Capcom. According to the reputable insider Dusk Golem, Capcom is working on the next installment of the series RE9 and an additional 4 more games for the series. Comicbook.com, Game Rant, and several other news sites have reported the same. Check out more about what he said and what the games may potentially be below.

In Game Image from Resident Evil Village

According to insider Dusk Golem, he posted “Yup, I know of 5 RE games in dev right including RE9″. “One of these projects could be released in late 2026/early 2027.

In Game Image from Resident Evil 4 Remake

While nothing has been officially confirmed, it is interesting to think what else Capcom may have up its sleeve. One of the most obvious things is remakes of the classic games in the franchise. These remakes were a huge success and did better than what was intended. It is also possible they may go a whole new direction and create a new game for the series apart from RE9. The possibilities are endless.

In Game Image from Resident Evil 3 Remake

While it may be a while before another new game is dropped, on February 20th, the re-release of the Resident Evil 4 remake titled Resident Evil 4: Gold Edition comes out. It will contain the base game, Separate Ways expansion, and a few DLC items. Are you excited about this supposed news for the Resident Evil series? Let us know in the comments below. Also, check out the trailer for Resident Evil Village below.

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‘Killer Klowns From Outer Space: The Game’ Gets Release Date And Official Trailer

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This is one game that fans of the original horror film will enjoy. It was announced at the IGN Fan Fest that the Killer Klowns from Outer Space: The Game will be released on June 4th of this year. It will be available on PC, Xbox, and PlayStation. Pre-orders will begin on February 21st for one week Advance Access. Along with this reveal was an official trailer for the game. Check out the official trailer and more about the game below.

Official Trailer for Killer Klowns from Outer Space: The Game

The Game Synopsis states: “Killer Klowns from Outer Space: The Game is an asymmetrical multiplayer horror based on the iconic ‘80s film. In the battle between Killer Klowns and citizens of Crescent Cove, team up and use your wits to harvest humans or save them from the alien invasion!

First Look Image at Killer Klowns from Outer Space: The Game

Killer Klowns from Outer Space: The Game will be a 3v7 asymmetrical multiplayer horror game. You will have the ability to either play as a killer klown trying to harvest the humans or be a citizen of Crescent Cove and survive the invasion. The game will have similar mechanics to games such as Dead by Daylight and Friday the 13th: The Game.

IGN states that: “The game is being developed by Teravision, with Randy Greenback, who previously served as the executive director for Friday the 13th: The Game, attached to the project.”

First Look Image at Killer Klowns from Outer Space: The Game

The original film titled Killer Klowns from Outer Space debuted in theaters in 1988. The film was a hit with both critics and audiences receiving 77% Critic and 60% Audience Scores on Rotten Tomatoes. It went on to make $43M on a $2M Budget. It has since gained a huge cult following. A sequel titled The Return of the Killer Klowns from Outer Space in 3D was supposed to happen but has been stuck in development hell for years and likely won’t happen at all.

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First Look Image at Killer Klowns from Outer Space: The Game

It will be interesting to see if the game will be as successful as Dead by Daylight has been or falls short like similar games. Are you excited about this new horror game? Let us know in the comments below. Also, check out the trailer for the original movie below.

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‘House of 1000 Corpses’ Board Game Is Coming From Trick Or Treat Studios

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This is one board game that will be exciting to see. Trick or Treat Studios announced that they are creating a tabletop board game based on House of 1000 Corpses. The officially licensed board game will be funded through Kickstarter. You can follow the campaign here for when it officially launches. Check out more about the game and the film it’s based on below.

The game is officially titled House of 1000 Corpses: The Game. The company states: “Travel through iconic locations from the movie, and hunt down as many victims as possible, with their fate in your hands, in either solo or co-op gameplay!” The standard edition of the game will retail at $59.99.

Movie Scene from House of 1000 Corpses (2003)

According to an interview from ICV2 with Joe Stoken (Director of Business Development at ToTs), he stated: “When we asked [Zombie] if we could make this game, he only agreed to it on the condition that you get to play the bad guys…He then went on to say “So, in this game, you can choose to play Captain Spaulding, Otis, Mother, or Baby.” These quotes were provided by an article from Comicbook.com.

Movie Scene from House of 1000 Corpses (2003)

House of 1000 Corpses was directed by Rob Zombie and debuted in theaters on April 11th, 2003. The film was divided among critics and audiences earning a 21% Critic and a 65% Audience score on Rotten Tomatoes. It went on to make $16.8M on a $7M budget. It has since gained a huge cult following. The film synopsis states: “Two young couples traveling across the backwoods of Texas searching for urban legends of murder end up as prisoners of a bizarre and sadistic backwater family of serial killers.

Movie Poster for House of 1000 Corpses (2003)

This will be an interesting board game to try out. Playing as the firefly family is a cool concept. Are you excited about this board game, and do you plan on buying it? Let us know in the comments below. Also, check out the official trailer for the film below.

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‘Buckshot Roulette’: The Latest Indie Horror Game Craze

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This is a horror game that you will get addicted to quickly. The indie game titled Buckshot Roulette has recently blown up among the gamer community and it’s easy to see why. Based on the idea of roulette-style games, this game centers around you betting your life against a mysterious masked dealer. Check out more about this game below.

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The game states “Buckshot Roulette is a tabletop horror game that attempts to re-design the infamous game of Russian Roulette, replacing the traditional revolver with a proper 12-gauge pump-action shotgun. This extra firepower, and more importantly the different mechanics in handling a shotgun compared to a revolver, offers a fresh take on the classic and deadly game of chance. The game takes place at the top of an underground nightclub, where the metal railings tremble to the pulse of long-lost drum machines. A crooked AI dealer is waiting for you. Will you meet them?”

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The game was created and developed by Mike Klubnika for Windows and Linux on itch.io. He is known for the horror games Unsorted VHS and The Other Side. First released on December 28th of last year, the game became a major hit in the gaming community and is streamed by several big-time gamers. The game’s ability to keep changing up on items you get dealt with and the randomness of the dealer AI is what keeps the game fresh with gamers.

In Game Image from Buckshot Roulette

One of the most interesting things about the game is the mysterious dealer. Not much is known about the dealer’s origins, but one thing in the game raises interest. One of these is the liability waiver that randomly pops up with God’s name at the bottom. It is covered in blood and raises the question of whether the dealer won against God or if the dealer lost and is forever trapped playing the roulette game.

In Game Image from Buckshot Roulette

The game is currently available to purchase on itch.io for only $1.20 for both Windows and Linux. Have you played this game yet and if so, did you enjoy it? Let us know in the comments below. Also, check out the trailer for the game below.

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