If Capcom doesn’t hesitate to build boxes around the more-than-imminent release of a certain Resident Evil Village, the fear of jumping king also knows how to show self-discipline. If we don’t hesitate to call us the famous quintet of Club Dorothe
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Everything now seems to be allowed to promote the first cross-gen episode of the gritty license. Despite a name that changes depending on the continent, Resident Evil Village wants to play with words to set the scene, a sense of detail that won’t have escaped the Osaka publisher, who reveals a video as musical as it is improbable in the form of a wink to the Japanese players.
My sunken village
The song came out in 1984 Ora Tōkyō sa Igudaor “I’m leaving Tokyo” in good shape franois, a title of the very popular enka singer Yoshi Ikuzō, who tells the wishes of a young provincial who would like to leave for the capital in the dialect of the Tsugaru region. And for good reason: he hates his village, with no activity and even no electricity.
Capcom smelled the right thing and commissioned Sieur Ikuzō with the interpretation of Orera kon’na mura iyada Lv. 100 (or “I don’t like this village level 100”), a parody version of the 1984 hit rewritten for the occasion. With a few white hair, but a costume and an intact banter, the singer explains to us that if he still wants to go to Tokyo, he has to buy the latest BioHazard, which is also mentioned on his kimono. Well, given the resolution, it is not said that the interested party achieved their goals …
Even the most curious can Discover the back of the decorand watch Ikuzo explain his difficulty taking the flow of a 37 year old song and working on his zombie acting.
In the meantime, let’s not forget that Resident Evil Village will be released on May 7th on PC, PS5, Xbox Series X | S, PS4 and Xbox One. And good karaoke.