Takeuchi spills some bloody Resident Evil 5 info (rawr)

supposed protagonist in RE5

We haven’t smelled any decaying Umbrella Corp. corpses for quite some time now. Capcom might be going all hushy-hushy on us about Resident Evil 5, but worry you not. Jun Takeuchi just spilled some zombie juice on the much-awaited sequel, and it’s anything but decaying corpses.

He’s pitching that this next RE installment that’s coming out for both the 360 and PS3 could only possibly be available by 2008. “Ouch,” you might be saying. That really is a long wait, indeed. However, the wait could just be worth it. Takeuchi states that Capcom wants the picture rate to run on 60fps. Lovely.

The engine they’re using makes it possible for them to produce realistic facial expressions and animations. They’re even boasting of some good hair days for the characters as each strand of hair would be modelled from root to tip!

Takeuchi reveals that RE5 would have more interactive environments this time around – much more interactive than its predecessors. More than this, he even hints that hot and cold temperatures would play a crucial element in the gameplay. The temperature of your surroundings would supposedly determine your character’s stability.

If all this is any indication, then 2008 doesn’t seem all that bad. Why? Would you want Capcom to release a stale corpse of a game, or would you rather have them come out with a zombie feast that’s minced to perfection?

supposed protagonist in RE5

We haven’t smelled any decaying Umbrella Corp. corpses for quite some time now. Capcom might be going all hushy-hushy on us about Resident Evil 5, but worry you not. Jun Takeuchi just spilled some zombie juice on the much-awaited sequel, and it’s anything but decaying corpses.

He’s pitching that this next RE installment that’s coming out for both the 360 and PS3 could only possibly be available by 2008. “Ouch,” you might be saying. That really is a long wait, indeed. However, the wait could just be worth it. Takeuchi states that Capcom wants the picture rate to run on 60fps. Lovely.

The engine they’re using makes it possible for them to produce realistic facial expressions and animations. They’re even boasting of some good hair days for the characters as each strand of hair would be modelled from root to tip!

Takeuchi reveals that RE5 would have more interactive environments this time around – much more interactive than its predecessors. More than this, he even hints that hot and cold temperatures would play a crucial element in the gameplay. The temperature of your surroundings would supposedly determine your character’s stability.

If all this is any indication, then 2008 doesn’t seem all that bad. Why? Would you want Capcom to release a stale corpse of a game, or would you rather have them come out with a zombie feast that’s minced to perfection?

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