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Topic - Albert Wesker
is a fictional character in the Resident Evil franchise. Although portrayed as a supporting character in the first game, he was later established as the primary antagonist of the series; he usually manipulated story events behind-the-scenes and had a role in more games than the other main characters. - Source: Wikipedia
Capcom has delivered a pre-Halloween treat for adult gamers with the latest chapter of its third-person, survival-horror adventure, Resident Evil 6 (Capcom, rated M for mature — and macabre, reviewed for Xbox 360, $59.99).
Capcom’s latest chapter to its third-person, survival horror adventure is a pre-Halloween treat for mature gamers.
One of the greatest survival horror video game franchises of all time meets the most eye-popping portable gaming console on the market to deliver some undead target practice.
A review of the Capcom's latest 2D fighter Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds for the Xbox 360.