Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness - Official Clip (2021) Nick Apostolides, Stephanie Panisello  IGNView Full coverage on Google News
Netflix has just released a clip showing off the opening minutes of Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness. Check it out here.Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness is a new CGI animated series coming to Netflix in July, based off of Capcom’s popular survival horror franchise. We’ve already seen a couple of trailers, and we know that RE2 protagonists Leon and Claire will be featured in this one, and Netflix has just released an opening clip of the […]

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Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness has debuted the Japanese trailer and cast for its new CG anime series coming to Netflix! The Resident Evil franchise not only released a new entry in the video game series earlier this year, but will soon be branching out with a ton of new projects expanding this [...]Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness has debuted the Japanese trailer and cast for its new CG anime [...]

Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness Drops Japanese Trailer and Cast

Megumi Han, Kazuhiko Inoue, more join dub cast for 4-episode series premiering on July 8

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There's something apt about the way you heal in Resident Evil 6. Traditionally, the series relied on lively leafy herbs to restore you. These conveniently potted plants still exist in 6, but you can’t take them in their natural organic state. Instead, you break them down into blisters of perfectly round green pills, which you put in a case so that you can quickly pop them mid-battle. You're no longer interacting with something organic and mysterious, but sterile—an overly processed and market-researched product far removed from its original form. That's what Resident Evil 6 was to me in 2012—a bloated product connected to the subtle horror and smart design of its roots in name only. For what it represented, I had no interest in playing it back then. But with Resident Evil 7, Village and everything in between, it now feels like the series' action era is far enough in the past that I could finally face up to it without the seething indignation that it ruined my favourite series: I was ready to green-pill, and face its vapid void of action-pseudo-horror.But I knew I'd have to come prepared. I'd need to cover my critical eye with my monocle of ironic appreciation, laughing and scoffing in response to mechanics and utterly unpredictable quick-time events that would otherwise enrage me. I'd need to stop questioning the difference between cutscene, quick-time event and gameplay, accepting its strange flow and the fact that at any moment a zombie or helicopter blade or plane might burst in from the edge of the screen and insta-kill me.If you've finished Village, it might be time for a very different Resident Evil.

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The Japanese voice cast for Resident Evil Infinite Darkness has been revealed, with several voice actors returning to reprise their roles.The Japanese voice cast for Resident Evil Infinite Darkness has been revealed, with several voice actors returning to reprise their roles.

Resident Evil Infinite Darkness Japanese Voice Cast Revealed