Capcom is perhaps the king of reissues, with so many ports and remasters in its library that it could have stopped making brand new games five years ago. That questionable legacy is set to continue with the Resident Evil Chronicles HD Selection for PS3!
Chronicles HD collects the two on-rails shooter titles previously available on Wii -- Umbrella Chronicles and Darkside Chronicles. Both games have been designed to work with the PlayStation Move, while details on pricing and dating are yet to be confirmed.
Another day, another port. That's how Capcom rolls.
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