Game news Resident Evil Village: Capcom is accused of plagiarism by a Dutch director
Resident Evil Village has been available since Friday and has managed to win over the press and players worldwide, thanks in particular to its artistic direction and atmosphere. Today we are talking about the title through a plagiarism allegation.
Resident Evil Village, which was split into 3 million copies in just a few days, seems to be finding its audience and is confirming Capcom’s decision to go to the first person. However, Richard Raaphorst, a Dutch short film and advertising director, accuses Capcom of plagiarizing a monster he created for Frankenstein’s army
In 2013 I made my film Frankenstein’s Army. It’s a bit of a crazy monster movie full of my own creatures, one of which has been used in the latest Resident Evil game without permission or approval.
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By MalloDelic, Journalist igamesnews.com