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Resident Evil Fans Don't Seem Happy About The Resi 4 Remake

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Resident Evil Fans Don't Seem Happy About The Resi 4 Remake

Earlier this week, it emerged that Capcom is working on a ground-up remake of the 2005 classic Resident Evil 4 for release in 2022. Regarded by many as not only the best game in the series, but one of the finest games of all time, many fans soon found themselves asking the same question: Do we really need a Resident Evil 4 remake?

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There's no question that the remakes of Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3 were incredible pieces of work that made a number of desperately needed improvements to a pair of classics that had been aged by dated mechanics. Resident Evil 4, as many will agree, has not aged badly. In fact, it's aged pretty wonderfully. Aside from a few tweaks and quality of life improvements here and there, there's not much a remake could do for this one.

Resident Evil 4 / Credit: Capcom
Resident Evil 4 / Credit: Capcom

And so, despite the fact that the upcoming remake apparently has the blessing of the original game's director, fans made their feelings on the game known. The bottom line is that nobody really seems to want it... especially when titles like Code Veronica exist and are arguably much more deserving of the remake treatment.

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The news has been met with confusion and disappointment so far, and while there's every chance a Resi 4 remake could very well surprise us all by something new and incredible... folk don't seem massively convinced right now. As you can see below. Also, people clearly really want that Code Veronica remake. That or Dino Crisis.


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Still, there are some who seem interested to see what Capcom can do with a Resident Evil 4 remake and are willing to put their scepticism to one side for now.


While I'm also very much on the side of a Code Veronica or Dino Crisis remake first, you can bet I'll pick up Resi 4 when it releases Hell, I already own the damn game on GameCube, Wii, PS4, and Switch. A remake with new content and all-new tweaks is kind of a no-brainer for me. Let's just trust Capcom knows what it's doing with this one.

Featured Image Credit: Capcom

Topics: dino crisis, Resident Evil 2, Capcom

Ewan Moore
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