Resident Evil 4 uses Spanish for the Ganado dialogue to make its Spain setting seem more realistic. It has however come under strong scrutiny by Spanish speakers themselves, who note that the dialogue uses words more typical of American varieties of Spanish than the dialects in Spain itself. 1...residentevil.fandom.com
Dogs and humans turning into parasites. Burning men at the stake while villagers roam around the map completely void of emotion.
What about the Regenerator?
He will walk slowly down hallways or follow you around. You have to kill the parasites inside him.
What about the infamous Chainsaw Man? The character follows you with a chainsaw and wears a burlap sack on top his head. What franchise did a man and a chainsaw become famous? The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, which is a horror film.
Let's not forget that you have to press a button and a direction in order to turn around completely. You also can't just freely walk up ladders, push objects, or run and gun. You have to plan out each attack, when to reload, and pace yourself. You aren't running around endlessly shooting. You aren't clearing out enemies by quickly swapping weapons. You're managing your inventory. You have to stop to swing your knife. Which all and all is a lot like the first couple games. This is what we see RE2 and RE3 Remake turn into. If anything, the newer remakes make it more of an action game because Leon had restrictive movements in a lot of different scenarios. RE6 is more action based due to the characters movements and how items were managed. As well as the flow of combat. In RE4, if you wanted to take out a group of enemies.. you had to plan your shot, your ammo, and the distance between you and escaping. You couldn't just wing it and know that the last shot you did is a guaranteed critical shot that downs the enemy.
As someone who never played RE franchise before remakes, I tried RE4 recently. Ditched it after 30 minutes at that first village because of how clunky and outdated it felt. I bet tons of people who otherwise wouldn't touch those outdated originals, played RE2 and 3 for the first time because of remakes.
RE4 never clicked with me. It's way too stressful. And I think it's ugly. Interested in the remake, though.
It's not stupid from a business perspective. Not many people remember Code Veronica and the game didn't review that well, a ton of people know Resident Evil 4 and for many of them it's the best RE. Of course reaching that high bar again will be very difficult for Capcom.
Personally I'd love if they returned to the idea of doing a Dino Crisis remake.
Think of RE3make. Think of how you already got Plagas in the form of Ne-T parasites. Think of how you already did a cabin fight.Make it so you can move and shoot
I doubt it very much, P.N.03 is not nearly as popular or demanded as the RE titles. But if they do remaster/remake it, that would be swell....They have to release a HD Remastered version for Product Number 03 first....
Funny how times have changed. Developers could have done anything in their games before and told any story, Now everything is scrutinized so heavily. I can imagine how the pitchfork crowd has created a huge damper on developers everywhere.... I remember when if you didn't like a game you just didn't buy it. Yet people are hating games not only because they don't like the gameplay, but because of the story, how the character looks, based on who the lead dev is.....It's sad when they are pushing that devs have less of their own creativity and vision in their own titles...Something tells me that due to the nowadays society, they would have to rework the story to avoid the big twist the game has...
Edit: Lol, didn't notice Nickolaidas comment. Yeap.
I get it but they're professionals, for fuck's sake. There's no way they can't come up with a more complex character and less of a clown.I don't think that Code Veronica will be remade. Mostly due to the fact that certain antagonists will definitely ruffle some feathers in the lgbt community.
Now I know we're talking about Japan, a country where fewer fucks are given in those matters, but they still monitor the western market, and the last thing they want is to reintroduce a character who basically screams, 'all crossdressers are fucking psychos' in their eyes.
Bad for Capcom's image, you know?