If you look at the names of the producers and directors of the most recent titles, you'll know that they're mostly from the 90's or from day 1 of Resident Evil.That's why the games are shitty now. I seriously doubt it is the same Capcom. It's sad, but possibly half true. I mean, maybe some of the original producers are still there, but maybe not all of them.
Call me crazy but after playing RE1 1996 again, I still like certain aspects about it more than REmake. Although it’s definitely the superior game, it cut out a lot of the charm and uniqueness out for a more serious tone. I’ll list off the pros.Nothing beats remake 1. Nothing! ?
In a data book, Mikami said that the original puzzle might be "too hard", which is why they switched to the stained glass one.-The picture puzzle in the gallery had more depth and meaning behind it instead of just matching colors. Depicting the stages of a mans life felt like the Ashford family puzzle in CODE: Veronica.
Barry was reimagined into a more psychotic version who is more than willing to kill Jill.-Barry was more Barry like than in the REmake. He felt boring and his face was off putting compared to his Revelations 2 depiction that felt more inspired by his 1996 version. His voice actor also had more charisma and energy compared to REmake. His betrayal was much more surprising and less obvious in the original.
I also didn't like:Those are some examples.
They will definitely remove the spider boss."He's behind door number 4!"-Carlos Oliveira.
Like we really needed reminding. Honesty! I'm just gonna stick to the originals.
Remaking RE4 before CVX is dumb, and quite honestly, does anybody believe every boss fight will be in the game? Knowing how Capcom changes stuff and omits certain content, all I think we can expect is a more serious game with better aiming.
I feel like Capcom is distancing themselves from the "giant/zombie animal" type of enemies and focusing more on "mutant" type enemies.They will definitely remove the spider boss.