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More 3D Resident Evil

It seems like, regardless of the widespread critical panning of Afterlife, the move to put Resident Evil’s Anti-Zombie carnage into 3D will continue unabated. This time it’s the home country that’s decided to take a crack at 3D mayhem against the Differently Animated:

The game company CAPCOM and the production company Sony Pictures Entertainment have announced on Tuesday that production has begun on Biohazard: Damnation, a sequel to the 3D computer-animated Biohazard: Degeneration (Resident Evil: Degeneration) feature film. The new film will retain the main character Leon S. Kennedy from the first film. It is slated to open in 2012 in theaters with stereoscopic 3D equpiment.

Anime News Network meanwhile claims that the game series sales have gone up to 44 million, from the 40 million figure that the ZRC had seen. This is disturbing but not surprising.

Apparently there is nothing Capcom will not stop at in order to bring its ravenous public more splattery violence against the Undead, even if they have to create the entire spectacle digitally.


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