Ranking the best entries in Capcom's legendary horror series.
PS1's Resi swansong introduced the series greatest every enemy in Nemesis: an unkillable monstrosity that made the streets of Racoon City more deadly than ever.
This progressive series entry introduced real-time 3D environments and a more dynamic camera to sit in them. Let's just not talk about Steve Burnside.
A stunning love-letter to the legacy of Resident Evil 2, this remake is fearless in its attempt to make the past feel fresh for the present.
Shedding the bloat of Resi 6, this soft reboot kickstarted a terrifying new era for the series. The Deep South setting and first-person perspective were both masterstrokes.
This sensational sequel took the suspenseful action of its predecessor and draped it across a sprawling city under siege from the living dead.
Arguably the greatest action game of all time, and undoubtedly one of the most important releases of the last two decades.
A lovingly crafted REmake (if you will), taking the bones of the 1996 original and rendering it anew. Spencer Mansion never looked better.