- Platform: GameCube
- ESRB Rating: Mature
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
The story is being retrofitted with motion-captured animation, next-generation graphics, real-time lighting and shadow effects, new areas, and newly rendered in-game video segments to create an even more cinematic experience. Also, a redesigned combat system lets players attack and defend themselves with a variety of items found in the environment.
I loved this game even though Zero was a disapointment...I loved ZERO but still The remake will be a classic in the RE series.
Lets start of by saying RE is a very messed up game...Biological mutating monsters, Zombies, ect...The game is just plain creepy..The Remake makes silent hill 3 look like another episode of micky mouse.
Lets start off with my review of everything in the game now...
Yes the controlls suck! Big time! I hated em'...Couldn't stand em...But I still managed to beat the game..It's 2 disks I think..
Capcom should have done better on the controlls.....4/5...yea...after all that whyning I still give it a 4/5..hmmm
Do I really need to review this?.....5/5!!!
Great...just like the Original except better and nothing was censored like the original PSX version in the U.S. Very smart..very cool and very exciting. The story is also great cause it has some twists and turns...Great..5/5..
I liked the gameplay alot...the graphics saved it alittle though..The part with the tanks with the shark scenario with Jill and Chris was brilliant...the water movement was just...GORGIOUS....My spelling sucks I know...The tryant part was fun too...Everything was fun...and Creeeeeeeeepy...5/5
Is this the best Resident Evil game ever?...
Oh hell no...the best RE game was 3..Nemisis...I lost my PSX copy of Nemisis though but Fortunaly I baught the Gamecube version which is just as good as the PSX version...
Well, the other year Capcom re-released the original "Resident Evil", with updated graphics and extended gameplay, for the GameCube. I bought it yesterday and played it for about eight hours, as Jill. It's a far cry from the original, that's for sure.
Things that have changed:
Voice acting has improved drastically. When you first enter the mansion you don't see anybody making strange, exaggerated arm gestures and rattle off absurd lines (like when Barry gives Jill the lockpick and says that she, "a master of unlocking", could use it better).
Graphics are much, much better--candle flames look damned good, for one, and the human characters move their mouths and blink and their eyes glint, that sort of thing. Zombies don't look quite so ridiculous.
Gameplay has been extended enourmously, and the layout of the mansion is quite different. Based on seemingly trivial things that you do, the story can take more twists and turns than it did before and often it isn't until much later that you find out that you've screwed up beyond all hope.
You can now defend yourself if attacked--Jill can carry a tazer and a few daggers. That way, you can actually do something if a zombie grabs you instead of just try to wrestle free.
Things that haven't changed:
The controls are still clunky and for the first hour it's a struggle just to get around a corner, but it's not impossible to adjust. "Up" on the joystick is always forward, and once I forced myself to always remember that I started navigating pretty easily.