Éric Cubizolle, Cyril Denis, Michaël Guarné, Aurélie Knosp, Christophe Mallet, Raphaël Pezet
If many films and sub-genres come to mind when we think of "horror" in cinema, Resident Evil is one of the few productions - alongside Silent Hill - to be an ambassador within the video game industry. Marketed in 1996, the title of Capcom and Shinji Mikami is however not the first attempt to want to play with our fears. He even owes a lot to the French Alone in the Dark . Nevertheless, he is the one who will have the strongest impact in the minds of the players. When the king of fun and colorful arcade games extricates itself from shimmering universes to plunge us into the anguish of zombies, it brings to life, no more and no less, one of the most eminent series of video games.
Pix'n Love #31 thus devotes an imposing file to the development of Resident Evil . From its origins to multiple trial and error, discover the backstage of its creation, through numerous testimonies and period documents.
The story of the French studio Titus is also told through surprising interviews of revelations, before two other video game legends are revealed in the presence of Rez and Kid Icarus , stallions of shoot'em up and action/platforming on Dreamcast and NES consoles.
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