|Image from www.erictaylorkid.com|
So it seems that Capcom have been pretty chuffed with the success of digital games such as Resident Evils HD Remaster and Revelations 2, as, on their website, the Japanese giant wants to have digital sales make up its majority revenue by March next year. With Ultra Street Fighter IV and Mega Man 8 releasing digitally on PS4 this week as well as DMC4: Special Edition, Street Fighter V and other games releasing this year, it seems that Capcom will probably be making incentives for digital buyers. Personally, it's good to see that Capcom are happy to evolve (Especially as they haven't been so hot financially as of late) though I still am a fan of physical games, what with their blue/orange cases with explosions on.
In other news, it looks like Capcom's already acting on their promise, as, in a YouTube video that involves a lot of herb-based comedy, they've just announced their next remastered game: Resident Evil Zero, the Resident Evil prequel released for the GameCube in 2002 will be coming to PC and the last and current gen Sony and Microsoft consoles in Spring next year. It tells the story of Bravo Team, a squad that gets split up and stranded on a zombie-filled train, and many original staff will return to development on it.
What do you guys think? Do you prefer digital or physical games, and would you buy a Resident Evil 0 Remaster? Tell us in the comments!