Probably the reason the series has endured for so long is because once in a while the developers retool it to make it a fresh experience, and the game that is truly a testament to it all is Mikami's last RE as a director, RE 4.What Mikami said in the recent video is something that needs to be said.
Resident Evil doesn't have a set rule.
If it exists, only the creators know of them.
The problem is when fans make up "rules of true Resident Evil" in their heads and expect some guys back at Japan to follow these made-up rules.
The same with "rules of true "Survival Horror"".
At no point did Mikami or the rest of Capcom ever said "Survival Horror can't have ammo drops or a shop system".
That's something made up by elitists in forums.
The drones that alerts Hunters in Code: VERONICA is an interesting concept.I'm not sure if this is the best thread to say this but ı would like to see robots in a future re game.
I guess I prefer when it's linked to or working alongside BOWs.Dont you mean seekers? They also appear in re4 during the krauser boss battle.
What do you think about drones that appear in re6? They are interesting gadgets that carla uses to toy with bsaa and us government agents.The drones that alerts Hunters in Code: VERONICA is an interesting concept.
If they reappear in an RE title with pinpoint aiming, then maybe you can shoot them down.
Honestly they should experiment and not care about so called " ruining " the series like so many fans, even sometimes ı did in the past, say.
Yeah that's an interesting idea. They could try to take place in more countries for example. I would like to see a re game in japan.That would definetely pick my interest, and some of the elements from the games I feel they should keep experimenting with are the setting and locations.