RE4 getting the remake first because it was more critically and commercially acclaimed does make sense, but it could also be that Capcom may have a new direction for the mainline story, which I've mentioned in general before.I hope they don't remake RE5, to be honest. I didn't even see the need to remake 4. But it does look impressive, admittedly. So maybe I'll change my mind. However, skipping CV is silly because then they've remade every sequel with fixed camera angles except that one. The absolutely best one for the save room music and it's one of the more atmospheric entries.
Sure, they could remake it afterwards. That still doesn't explain the reason for ignoring it and rushing out 4 first.
But I think they just knew CV wouldn't bring in the dollars the same way RE4 would, being that CV is outdated and 4 is the game that basically made third person shooters become highly successful.
Sometimes, I get so polarised talking about RE4, as it's a great game for what it offers, but it's certainly not in the same league as the pre-2005 era.
"Why" is because these movies should never be taken seriously, just like most of the RE-related lore and media created after the original RE4. They're basically non-canon to me and go against Mikami's original vision, so I ignore them entirely. Couldn't even make it through all of Infinite Darkness, it was so bad.Since my connection is so slow, the demo is taken ages to install. It was available after 11 PM for me to download, but the site went down for maintenance.
The showcase was good. Besides RE4 being showcased again, we also got a glance at Jill in the new CG movie. The funny thing is, Jill is still wearing her blooming same clothes. Why?
Then you should hate RE4 too, my guy. They play exactly the same. I have never noticed any real difference with how they play, besides the fact 5 introduced co-op in a mainline entry.No, because RE5 is dogshit.