Resident Evil 7 is out now on Xbox One, PS4 and PC, and we now have details on when the game’s first terrifying DLC is set to hit.
In this guide, we’re going to help you unlock unlimited ammunition, because, yes, it’s possible to unlock, but it’s no walk in the park.
In this guide, we’ll show you how to find the powerful m21 Shotgun, and the best strategies to use while equipped.
In this guide, we’ll show you how to find the axe, which is one of the first weapons in the game that you’ll come across.
Finding all of the Antique Coins in this guide will net you the Pelicans In Your Pocket Achievement.
It wouldn’t be a Resident Evil game without a grenade launch, right!?
Resident Evil 7 has perhaps the least amount of action in the series for more than a decade. Capcom has brought the series back to its roots, pushing players down tight, dark corridors through what is the scariest location for a RE game since the Spencer Mansion.
To celebrate the release of Resident Evil 7 on January 24, we’re ranked the main entries in the series from worst to best. Agree/disagree with our list? The author has plans this weekend so please refrain from killing him.
Unfortunately for Nintendo, it appears unlikely that the game will ever come to its new console-handheld hybrid, Switch.
If you were tossing up which version of Resident Evil 7 to buy (and if you’re lucky enough to own an Xbox One, PS4 and a gaming PC), then the latest news out of Xbox HQ may have just made up your mind.