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Yesterday, Capcom officially launched it's horror action game, Resident Evil 6, giving gamers a chance to, once again, take that trip through zombie-infested streets, forests, graveyards and what have you. Mind you, on day one, PS3 owners who bought Resident Evil 6 via PSN, couldn't get access to the game.
Happily though, Capcom speedily resolved this tragic issue.
"If you've had a problem downloading Resident Evil 6, please delete and re-download," as revealed on the PlayStation EU Twitter account. "There was an issue with the patch that is now fixed."
Be ready for our review of the game on Friday.
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