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Capcom Staff Blows Full Budget Set Inside for Resident Evil 3 Remake

It appears that Capcom had no choice but to go in and save itself from the ruthless R&D Division 1 team. By Rotting CorpseMarch 7, 2019, 20:40 EST Things are not looking too good for Resident Evil fans around the world who are patiently waiting for Resident Evil 3: Nemesis remake and has no idea that this announcement can never happen. Why is it, you ask? Well, it seems that due to the massive irresponsible spending of the R&D Division 1 team, the same crew that brought us Resident Evil 2 remake, Capcom is experiencing some significant economic struggle. From games and fine dining to expensive spirits and ridiculous auction purchases, this law has really made some damage to the company's finances. We first became suspicious of something terrible happening after the company held up a marketing event for Devil May Cry 5 that nobody really cares about anyway, that no one showed up at all. Don't believe in us? Take a look below for an actual shot of the parking garage at the conference center where the item was held in Los Angeles. A member of the cleaning staff, grateful that he didn't have to do anything that night, snapped this picture for us. Only this absurd event gave Capcom an economic bond, why the Company has decided to release some classic Resident Evil titles on the Nintendo Switch in a desperate attempt to recover their losses . Incredibly, it is around the fourth or fifth time they have…

It appears that Capcom had no choice but to go in and save itself from the ruthless R&D Division 1 team.

By Rotting Corpse

Things are not looking too good for Resident Evil fans around the world who are patiently waiting for Resident Evil 3: Nemesis remake and has no idea that this announcement can never happen. Why is it, you ask? Well, it seems that due to the massive irresponsible spending of the R&D Division 1

team, the same crew that brought us Resident Evil 2 remake, Capcom is experiencing some significant economic struggle. From games and fine dining to expensive spirits and ridiculous auction purchases, this law has really made some damage to the company’s finances.

We first became suspicious of something terrible happening after the company held up a marketing event for Devil May Cry 5 that nobody really cares about anyway, that no one showed up at all. Don’t believe in us? Take a look below for an actual shot of the parking garage at the conference center where the item was held in Los Angeles. A member of the cleaning staff, grateful that he didn’t have to do anything that night, snapped this picture for us.

Only this absurd event gave Capcom an economic bond, why the Company has decided to release some classic Resident Evil titles on the Nintendo Switch in a desperate attempt to recover their losses . Incredibly, it is around the fourth or fifth time they have released these games, which many fans have already owned several times over. Words on the street are no one interested in owning them on Switch either, which is even more bad news for the publisher.

They also replaced the new singer on “Devil Trigger”, a vocal track created for Devil May Cry 5 over license and cost issues. Now we are stuck with Matt from the R&D Division 1 team who gives the song instead, completely derailing the otherwise mediocre track.

After the recording, the crew then visited a bit to eat and all we can say is, well, they have really moved up from the sad appearance of the food as they shared pictures of the past.

In the picture below we can see them enjoying ribs of ribs with a generous amount of Bulls Eye Original BBQ Sauce, thick juicy chicken breasts dipped in fat and crispy french fries coated with sea salt. Damn, these guys are all-out. Thank goodness for the local charity, which gave these men a free meal and a hot shower.

News about the company’s financial errors are kept close under cover, at least for now. In fact, Resident Evil 2 remake was a huge success for Capcom, but sending the entire R&D Division 1 on an extravagant vacation to the United States was a comprehensive bad idea.

The team spent most of their winnings on exclusive restaurants, games and winning some ridiculously expensive items at an auction. Take a look below to prove this disaster, a photo where one of the team members has a nervous breakdown after looking at the non-existent funds in their bank account after a night of heavy drinking and gambling.

In the pre-publishing period, after reading our article, the R&D Division 1 team opened a notebook and began writing some ideas for a Resident Evil 3 remake, no of them will ever come to fruition since the entire crew was interrupted shortly thereafter.

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