Capcom properly announced Street Fighter V during the Playstation Experience keynote. From the gameplay trailer it looks like it retain most of the old gameplay found in Street Fighter IV. What’s intriguing is what looks to be environment damage as the fight expands the level.
According to Sony’s Adam Boyes, “PS4 will be the only console this game ever appears on.” More reports are saying that Sony is actually helping develop the game itself, which could be the reason Street Fighter V may not ever come to other consoles. As for other editions like a Super, Ultra or Arcade Edition in the same vein as Street Fighter IV, maybe that will be a loop hole for future releases.
The sequel to the 3DS game, Resident Evil Revelations, is coming to the PS4 and Xbox One in 2015. Resident Evil Revelations 2 will be an episodic game with an episode coming one week after the other. There are 4 episodes in total, which Capcom will release in two compilations: a digital version (each episode being $5.99 or a season pass for $24.99) and a disc based version that will retail for $39.99. Extra content will be part of both versions.
A fairly different, less goofy Dead Rising was just demoed for the Xbox One event. Starring new character Nick, who seems to be a mechanic of sort. Developers discussed open world, 100’s of weapons scattered around the world and the important of vehicular travel. They also ended the demo with an airstrike, if that’s your sort of thing.