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20 hours ago, Joystick Chevron said:

I'm looking forward to this but would prefer they do Dino Crisis next, they could go really crazy with it and make something truly special over the rather bland looking original.

 

Whoever negged you for advocating a new Dino Crisis deserves to be plonked in Raccoon City when all this goes down.

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Yeah, I don't get everyone wanting everything they've ever played to be remade. Too much cynical pandering for miserable old gits in this industry already.

 

Not helped by playing the Remake of 2 at the moment and thinking it's a step back from RE7 in a number of ways. More of that doesn't entice.

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Resident Evil 2 remake was different enough to the original, bar the scenario and plot, to justify its own existence.

 

It was also, basically, game of the year. It’s not like it was a mere tarted up HD remake. 

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The hope is they are moving in both directions. This is probably my favourite series of games and it's exciting to see them tarted up and re-imagined with new technology but after what I thought was a pretty messy lowpoint for RE6 they came back with RE7 and it was magnificently new and interesting whilst retaining the feel of the classic Resi's so it would be a shame for that strain to not continue.

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7 hours ago, RubberJohnny said:

New games would be lapped up by a new audience. Remaking stuff is unnecessary at best for that goal.

 

Thankfully, Capcom think otherwise and it looks like they are on course to give the RE2 remake treatment to other RE games I can actually see Dino Crisis getting the same treatment soon.

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Mr X was great but he couldn't access all areas which, at least in playthrough B he didn't seem to cause me much grief even if he seems more agressive.

 

I'd expect Nemesis to show up multiple times through the game like the original and maybe stick around longer each time.

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On 04/12/2019 at 15:03, Das said:

Obviously I've played all the originals but how scary is RE2Make or whatever it's called on a scale of wee to poo? I'm not easily scared but too much frantic tension can ruin a game for me. I gave up on BioShock all those years ago because I get fed up of crapping myself whilst trying to fend off some maniac traveling at the speed of light straight at me.

 

I'd say if BioShock was too much for you then RE2 will be. The original is one of my favourite games ever, and the remake is, in my opinion, neeeearly as good, but I found Mr X to be a bit oppressive at times. Like, I'd describe it as more chest-tightening than bum-clenching. 

 

Actually, I just re-read your post. And you already described it better. It's more frantic tension.

 

It's more being busting for a wee while being stuck on a bus, than being on a bus and Jason Voorhees gets on and rips the face off the driver and throws it at you. 

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Ah that's a shame.  Seems like Resi 2 remake they're not able to spend the resources on replayability, bah. 

 

I wonder what's next in this reboot series though?  I'd love a version of Resi 1 that looked and felt like this. 

 

I want to say Resi 4 too but I have a feeling there's no way that could live up to the hype.  It was a pretty perfect survival/action game to begin with. 

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