Oh, Capcom! The lovable scamps behind thoughtful gestures like save files that can't be accidentally deleted are back with yet another altruistic offering for the gaming community. Word on the street is that in an effort to promote multilingualism, the benevolent company only included English voiceovers on Japanese versions of Resident Evil 6 and various other games. Alas, some Japanese gamers have a strong desire to hear Sherry Birkin wail in their native tongue.
Naturally, Capcom has found the kindness within its heart to answer their fans' requests, as it always does, and will soon be providing downloadable content to remedy the situation. No word whether they'll charge anything for this content, but I'm sure the price (if there is one) will be reasonable. I mean, come on, this is Capcom we're talking about here.
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