Resident Evil: now is the cartoon!

altAll of us know the good and horror games of Resident Evil series, all of us have watched the gorgeous trilogy on a wide screen. What else they can propose to Resident Evil fans?


Attention, please! The corporation Umbrella continues its evil experiments, because Sony Pictures Home Entertainment decides to frighten the fans of a popular game and movie by producing the cartoon feature Resident Evil: Degeneration, releasing it on DVD and PSP already on Dec. 27. The events of CG sequel happen in 7 years after the well-known incident in Raccoon City and the plot deals with millions of zombies hanging around the main airport of the United States. That’s why the brave zombie slayers - Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield – are forced to come back and destroy the menace of  Apocalypse that is ready to start in Harvardville Airport. Further you will be witnessed of such events – the good guys will save the almost dead senator and will find out that Curtis, an obviously seek terrorist, has created this zombie’s assault. This seek bastard will manage to become a monster after self-injection of lethal G virus. Leon and Claire have no other choice than to kill the huge and angry mutated monster to save our planet again. Awesome, is not it?

You also should know that this first animated Resident Evil production is produced by renown video-game producer Hiroyuki Kobayashi (associate producer of Resident Evil: Apocalypse and producer of Resident Evil 4 and Devil May Cry 4), and directed by Makoto Kamiya (special effects director of L: Change The World, Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All Out Attack). 

Extra features to be included on the disc include a sneak peek at the Resident Evil 5 video game, the making-of feature The Generation of Degeneration, character profiles, voice bloopers, a trailer collection and a special interview with the character Leon. Exclusive to the Blu-ray is the Interactive Picture-in-Picture (I-PIP) function, which gives viewers real-time access to multiple picture-in-picture streams featuring feature-length anima tics, motion capture sessions and storyboards running concurrently with the movie. The title will carry a suggested retail price of $27.96 in DVD, $39.95 on Blu-ray and $24.94 on PSP.