When you're in dire financial straits like Capcom are, the only solution is to throw as many remasters at the wall as possible and hope something sticks. Not content with bringing Resident Evil and Resident Evil Zero to Sony's new-gen system, the publisher has now announced that Resident Evil 4, Resident Evil 5, and Resident Evil 6 will be following. This is all in addition to the Resident Evil 2 remake that it's in development. That enough for you?
The disappointing Resident Evil 6 is the first of the newly announced trio to wing its way the PlayStation 4, and it'll arrive on 29th March for $19.99/£15.99. It'll ship with all of the post-release content packaged in, so you'll get all of the costumes and other guff that the publisher paraded as DLC on the PlayStation 3. Judging by the trailer, it'll also run at 60 frames-per-second, so expect presentation improvements across the board. Resident Evil 5 will then follow in the summer, with Resident Evil 4 landing last in the fall.
Are you excited to see these classics (and not-so classics) brought back from the dead, or would you rather Capcom focused its attention on an all-new entry? Repeatedly shout "Leon" like the president's daughter in the comments section below.