Resident Evil HD Remaster
Capcom TV recently held a livestream were they played Resident Evil HD Remaster to show off the upgrades that have been made to the upgraded title
Good news for all of you Resident Evil fans out there who are looking forward to the Resident Evil HD Remaster for the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC. It looks like Capcom TV, a livestreaming show for the company’s titles, has given us a new 20 minute look at how Resident Evil HD Remaster is going to look and handle on the consoles and systems not owned by Nintendo. That is really all Resident Evil HD Remaster has going for it here as we all should know the story and base mechanics but we can hope that we get the best version with few bugs and issues right?
Unfortunately, even though it is looking nicer on the PlayStation, the video below is captured on a PS3 or PS4, it looks like some of the issues with controls dating all the way back to the first time Resident Evil was released are still plaguing the game. Either that or the person playing in the video just has no clue how to play. That would be kind of sad given that these are either employees or major fans of Capcom playing Resident Evil HD Remaster during the stream. I a bit more inclined to there still being a bit of issue not resolved with controls more than anything than that though.
Resident Evil HD Remaster — 20 Minutes Of Gameplay
I guess if anything we can just assume that Capcom left all of that in there for the next generation who didn’t have a chance to experience Resident Evil back in the PS1 days. That is really the goal for Resident Evil HD Remaster after all. If you think it is to give all of those demanding an HD remaster for nostalgia what they want then you are a self-entitled fool. The only other real reason would be to pick the pockets of said fools while Capcom hopefully is working on another NEW Resident Evil title or something else to blow us away. Maybe even have our brains eaten a bit.
Resident Evil HD Remaster is still slated for an “Early 2015” release on the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC. Here’s hoping that it is crazy early 2015 because I still would love to enter the world of Resident Evil through this edition as I have lost my PS1 version and the Wii is still covered in dust for me to keep playing what we’ve had already…