Resident Evil arrives at Pix’n Love for an event book

In 1996, Capcom released the first episode of one of the world’s best-known video game licenses. Resident Evil (or Biohazard) first saw the light on PlayStation, then in 1997 was ported to SEGA Saturn and PC. A real revolution for the time, it was a rather hardcore survival-horror that invited us to survive and escape from a mansion filled with zombies and other deadly dangerous creatures.

Real cardboard, this episode gave birth to countless sequels and its eighth canonical episode, Resident Evil Village, should also be released soon on our new and old generation consoles, as well as on PC. This work having been adapted to the cinema, as well as in animated films, or even in manga and in books, it is useless to recall how the franchise is one of the most influential of these last thirty years.

But do you know its history? Have you looked at its origins? On its creators? Whether the answer is yes or no, know that a promising very interesting book will soon be published by Pix’n Love and will tell from the inside the genesis and the evolution of the saga. What to perfect his general knowledge on the series and to tell it in the evening.

Entitled Resident Evil – On the other side of the death wall, it will appear next May in a classic edition and a collector’s edition limited to 1000 copies, necessarily containing the book, an exclusive translucent sheath and a certificate of authenticity.. The prices displayed are respectively € 22.90 and € 29.90.

Written by the author and specialist of the saga Alex Aniel, it offers something quite unique since it traces the evolution of the license over ten years Resident Evil even through the eyes of its creators via exclusive interviews conducted over ten years, from 1996 to 2006 after the release of the pivotal episode Resident Evil 4.

Here are the personalities who participated in the exclusive interviews present in the book:

  • Tokuro Fujiwara
  • Yoshiki Okamoto
  • Shinji Mikami
  • Hideki Kamiya
  • Noritaka Funamizu
  • Kazuhiro Aoyama
  • Hiroki Kato
  • Kenichi Iwao

Beautiful people so who makes Resident Evil – The Other Side of the Doom essential and makes it a real gold mine of information and anecdotes of all kinds. We will discover how the Japanese company and the video game industry influenced the creation of the franchise and its evolution, as well as the reason why Capcom decided to launch new creatives in the adventure after the pivotal episode that is Resident Evil 4.


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