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Resident Evil 3 - PlayStation 4
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- Resident Evil is back!
- Up close and personal - An over-the-shoulder camera and modernized control scheme update the 1999 survival horror classic, drawing players into every Blood curdling encounter and horrific scare while they navigate the ruins of raccoon city.
- Experience another perspective of the once-vibrant City's nightmarish outbreak of the tvirus, a biological weapon developed by Umbrella Corporation. Jill's struggle for survival takes her from the outbreak, and overlaps with the events in Resident Evil 2.
- Overcome chilling encounters in a fight for survival that ratchets up the genre-defining horror game's intensity. Nail-biting exploration complements the gripping puzzle solving that fans love.
- Includes Resident Evil resistance - this online 4 vs. 1 asymmetrical multiplayer experience offers both cooperative and competitive gameplay, where players can create their own survival horror experience in the Resident Evil universe.
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Witness the climactic events of Raccoon city in a completely reimagined Resident Evil 3. This highly demanded follow-up in the 94 million unit selling franchise comes on the heels of the award-winning Resident Evil 2, and completes the Raccoon city story Arc. Resident Evil 3 will also include the online 4VS1 asymmetric multiplayer experience Resident Evil resistance. In Resident Evil 3, S.Toa.R.S. Member Jill Valentine, One of video games' Most iconic heroines, flees a city being consumed by zombies and other horrifying creatures. Built with capcom's proprietary Re engine, Resident Evil 3 uses modernized gameplay to combine action with classic survival horror in vivid high-definition. Jill's harrowing experiences in Resident Evil 3 take place in the nightmarish hours leading up to and following the events in Resident Evil 2, shedding new light on the plight of Raccoon city's residents. Every hope of escape is cut off by another Star in the Resident Evil franchise: the towering bio organic weapon Nemesis. This brutal yet intelligent monstrosity uses an arsenal of high-powered weaponry to indiscriminately eliminate any surviving S.Toa.R.S. Members in the city - with Jill being his final target.
Resident Evil 3 - PlayStation 4
Jill Valentine is one of the last remaining people in Raccoon City to witness the atrocities Umbrella performed. To stop her, Umbrella unleashes their ultimate secret weapon； Nemesis!. Also includes Resident Evil Resistance, a new 1 vs 4 online multiplayer game set in the Resident Evil universe where four survivors face-off against a sinister Mastermind.
RESIDENT EVIL 3:
- 1 player
- 25gb minimum save size
- Dualshock 4
- Remote play
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This game doesn't feel like it takes place in the same world as Resident Evil 2. It doesn't feel like a horror game, either. Most of the tense parts are just because the game world is dark and you can't see what is around you, which is disappointing because the world looks beautiful. Yes, there are parts that take place in the police station from RE2, but the entire part of the game feels unnecessary. They could have left the entire place out and the end of the game would be just as impactful.
There are only two puzzles in the whole game, and both are pretty straight forward. I am not counting the clock tower lock box in the beginning, because that isn't a puzzle, it is a fetch quest.
Nemesis is boring. He looks pretty cool, but he is predictable and fairly easy to defeat. He only drops two useful items, the rest of the times, it is just ammo.
The rest of the enemies are nothing to write home about, either. The ones that gave me the hardest time were the zombie dogs, but the game only throws a total of 4 at you. Only one enemy gets a fancy reveal cutscene, and that scene is really nice looking, but the others don't even get acknowledged as being a new enemy.
Carlos is a character with no depth. He is just there. His character model and his voice acting are what you get when you tell your mom to bring home some Keanu Reeves, but she gets the store brand instead. His character is always saying things that break the immersion, like about how dumb the RCPD is set up. It is like he wants to break the 4th wall, but he just can't manage to do it.
There isn't any character development for Jill, either. Everything you learn about her in the game you do so in the first 5 minutes from a few documents around her apartment.
The game does have a human "bad guy", but again, his character isn't developed at all.
The lore, as with other Resident Evil titles, is presented mainly through files you can pick up. There are 56 throughout the game, about 20 are just there to describe a game mechanic in the most boring way possible, leaving the rest to expand the game world. I would argue that two of them (Training Log and Raccoon Times Reader’s Column) are so poorly written that they actively take away from the game world.
The gameplay is pretty solid for the most part. There are a lot of times where I felt that the game was expecting me to do something, but it didn't want to tell me what to do. When certain enemies get you to the ground, they just pause, like there should be a button prompt that I need to press to get them off of me, but they don't say what it is. One of the loading screens says that I need to press all of the buttons repeatedly and wiggle the analog sticks when an enemy grabs me, but it didn't seem to do anything for me.
To wrap this up, Resident Evil 3 has added nothing to the franchise in this remake, and I feel it would have been much better off if they just remastered the old game instead. Whoever was in charge of this remake has no love for the character, the setting, or the world it all exists in. It isn't scary, and if it wasn't because of the trophies, there isn't a reason to play it more than once.
I just finished the game and it's nothing like the original re3! No clock tower, no ravens, no castle with the music box, and no puzzles whatsoever! The game is way too short and way too easy to finish! Well, it took them 4 years to finish Re2 and one year to make Re3, that rush came with a price. The game isn't that good at all. 2 stars is more than it deserves.
Resident Evil 3 continues the high bar set by the Remake of #2 last year. In fact, given there's really just a year separating them I was worried Resident Evil 3 may be an inferior product. That couldn't be farther from the case. RE3 continues the same high polish, gorgeous graphics and fun game play from the previous entry and I couldn't be more satisfied with the end result. I do however have some minor gripes though which come next.
Now for the bad, or in this case-the annoying. I love this game, and I think for the most part it's an absolute knock out of the park, but there are a few things that annoyed me about the game. First, this game is soooooooooo dark. So many times I could barely see where I was going...and of course that meant that a zombie I didn't see totally chomped my neck despite how meticulous and careful I was being. Second, the zombies themselves. Continuing the "tradition" set in #2, they are absolute bullet/knife sponges. It wasn't uncommon to shoot a zombie 4 times directly in the head, watch it go down, knife it about 4 times only for it to get back up, take a few more shots to the head and still chomp my neck. Geez. In a game that's all about ammo conservation-do we really need to fill these guys up with more than a couple of shots??!! Also-I love the new dodging mechanic-WHEN IT WORKS. I properly dodged incoming attacks about 40% of the time. The other 60%, the dodge simply didn't work and it got me into trouble. That's all I have for gripes though.
All in all, despite some personal annoyances, this game is OUTSTANDING on every level. Not too many games ship with this level of polish and completion. I never experienced a single bug in my playthrough. Sadly that's rare in a AAA game these days. Capcom has been on absolute renaissance with this series the past few years with RE7 and the RE2 and RE3 remakes. They are absolutely KILLING IT. I am very much looking forward to Resident Evil 8 and *fingers crossed* a Code Veronica remake. Please make Code Veronica happen Capcom, its the only main-line entry I have never played.