Byline: Joseph Szadkowski, THE WASHINGTON TIMES
Here's a look at some hardware and software that's available:
Resident Evil 4, from Capcom for Game Cube, rated M: content suitable for ages 17 and older, $49.99; and Resident Evil Apocalypse from Columbia Tristar Home Entertainment for DVD-enabled computers and home entertainment centers, rated R, $29.99.
Horror and hands-on action await adults as they enjoy a pair of multimedia releases celebrating a legendary video game franchise.
First, the king of survival horror gaming returns to television screens with a new third-person experience that is more of a nonstop, stylized battle through the Village …