[Update 2: Capcom has since clarified and corrected GameSpot's original report -- there are no current plans to bring these titles to retail. Make sure you've got the bandwidth then, I guess.]
[Update: As reader JawMuncher points out, Capcom also confirmed that the games will be coming to retail, as well. No further details, including release date or pricing, were revealed.]
At Comic-Con this weekend, Capcom announced release dates for the high definition ports of some of its best Resident Evil titles.
The publisher announced that Resident Evil 4 HD will come to PlayStation Network and Xbox 360 Games on Demand on September 20. Resident Evil: Code Veronica HD will be available one week later on September 27. Both games will feature full Trophy and Achievement support, if that's your jam.
I've purchased Resident Evil 4 on three consoles -- GameCube, PlayStation 2, and Wii, in that order. There's just no way I'm going to be buying it again. Oh, who am I kidding? I'm totally getting both of these ports day one. What about you?
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