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Due to the great success Capcom developed further games

Published: Tuesday 21 February, 2017

Due to the great success Capcom developed further games, which were closely oriented to the playing principle of Resident Evil and partly by the same programmers. These games were also successful as critics and laid the foundation for their own series.

Dino Crisis: The Resident Evil zombies have been replaced by dinosaurs, the setting in abandoned factories, graphics, controls and the overall mood of the game have been transferred. There followed two sequels and a Lightgun offshoot Cosplay Costumes
. The producer of the first part was also Shinji Mikami.

Onimusha: The setting has been moved from the present to feudal Japan. Accordingly, the player no longer fights mainly with firearms but with swords. The zombies were replaced by undead demons; Control, graphics and gameplay remained the same. The Onimusha series still consists of four parts and two branches.

Devil May Cry: The first Devil May Cry was originally developed as the fourth part of the Resident Evil series. In the course of the development, however, an excessive deviation from the previous game concept has been identified, whereupon Devil May Cry became an independent brand and the fourth part of Resident Evil once again focused more strongly on its predecessors. Devil May Cry brought it today to four sequels.

Dead Rising: In 2006, Capcom released a new zombie-themed game, the game is also a homage to the horror movie classic Zombie by George A. Romero. The main focus of Dead Rising is more on action. A continuation appeared in 2010; Both titles have never been officially published in Germany due to the protection of youth protection, foreign versions are seized.

Resident Evil - formerly Resident Evil: Genesis. Directed by Paul W.S. Anderson. Kinostart in Germany was on March 21, 2002.

Resident Evil: Apocalypse - formerly Resident Evil: Nemesis. Directed by Alexander Witt, Paul W.S. Anderson wrote the screenplay. Kinostart in Germany was on 23 September 2004.

Resident Evil: Extinction - formerly Resident Evil: Afterlife. Directed by Russell Mulcahy, Paul W.S. Anderson wrote the screenplay. Kinostart in Germany was on 27 September 2007.

Resident Evil: Afterlife - The fourth part ran from 10 September 2010 on US cinema walls. As executive producing companies, the German Constantin Film production, Impact Pictures and Davis-Films again took over, Sony Pictures took over the American distribution Guilty Gear Costumes
. In Germany the film also ran in 3D from September 2010 onwards.

Resident Evil: Retribution - Kinostart in Germany: September 20, 2012

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter - originally planned for the autumn of 2014 under the direction of Paul W.S. Anderson, who is to complete the trilogy begun with Afterlife. However, due to the pregnancy Milla Jovovichs the beginning of the rotation was postponed to September 2015.

Wesker's Report - short film from the year 2000; As a promotion or additional material for Resident Evil Code: Veronica in bundle with the game appeared.

Biohazard 4D-Executer - short film from the year 2000; Only appeared in Japan.

Resident Evil: Degeneration - Kinofilm; 2008 in Japan, released on February 5, 2009 in Germany on DVD and Blu-ray Disc. The movie plays between Resident Evil 4 and 5 Hiiro no Kakera Costumes
. Main characters are the resident Evil 2 characters Claire Redfield and Leon S. Kennedy.

Resident Evil Damnation - successor to degeneration, released on September 27, 2012. One of the main characters is again Leon S. Kennedy.