Since the birth of the series on March 22, 1996, Resident Evil has gone on to become one of the most iconic and successful gaming franchises of all time. I still remember buying it on launch day at, uhhh, EB Games in the mall, I think; oversized, ugly PlayStation box and all.

To celebrate the birthday of the original game, Capcom has discounted Resident Evil digital releases on all platforms, including the Wii U and 3DS. First up is producer Hiroyuki Kobayashi, who reflects on his experiences with the series. "I never thought I'd still be working on the series 20 years later".

Also taking advantage of this anniversary to remember that Capcom will announce a potential Resident Evil 7 this year, perhaps during E3 2016 with a little luck.

There is even a "Resident Evil Burrito", a T-Virus fragrance (referring to the zombie-producing virus central to the story), and similar products that can be found at the Capcom Cafe in Saitama, a city just north of Tokyo.

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A complete remake of Resident Evil 2 is also in development, but we won't be playing it anytime soon. Next for Resident Evil will be the release of RE 6 for Xbox One and PS4 next week. If you've yet to play them or need a refresher, check out our reviews of Resident Evil 4, Resident Evil 5, and Resident Evil 6.

What's your most memorable Resident Evil moment from the last twenty years?

Resident Evil is indeed a classic and a trailblazer that needs to be recognized as such.