As revealed by the latest issue of Famitsu magazine, Capcom are hoping to appease Wii gamers with a new Resident Evil title. Described as a direct sequel to Umbrella Chronicles, this one is called Resident Evil: Dark Side Chronicles.
Again, it's an on-rails shooter. The action takes place in Raccoon City, where things have gone awry thanks to the dastardly T-Virus. Some scenarios from Resident Evil 2 are reenacted, with players taking control of Clare Redfield and Leon Kennedy.
Development is being handled by Cavia, the same guys who made Umbrella Chronicles. This time they're using the Havok engine, supposedly allowing for more realistic physics. No release date is known at the moment.
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