In 2005, Resident Evil 4 changed the face of the survival horror genre. The game’s extraordinary blend of action and horror combined with revolutionary role-playing gameplay solidified it as a true classic, a magic that Capcom hopes to recapture with a modernized remake. That grace regenerates Game Infoof this month.
We visited Capcom’s headquarters in Osaka, Japan, to play Chapter 1 and Chapter 5 of Resident Evil and speak to its chief designers, including directors Yasuhiro Ampo and Kazunori Kadoi, who previously directed the Resident Evil 2 remake. You’ll read 12 pages that share new details about the prologue, Ashley’s gameplay breakdown, and other new tweaks, along with impressions of the battle sequences in the film. churches, cemeteries and homes.
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Number 353 is also our 2022 Game of the Year number! This massive spread reflects last year in games, including the top 10 lists from both our staff and our readers, our individual category awards, the editor’s pick to highlight the best. particular game titles did not make the top 10, nor did the staff members’ individual top 10 make the list. On top of that, we have a great feature detailing the MMORPG localization process and previews for highly anticipated titles like Death Stranding 2, Armored Core VI and Hades II.
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