GameSpot big new video week continue with the first part of “How it was saved”. This is a recurring series in which senior producer Dave Klein chronicles how specific games have pulled the franchise back to the brink, or in some cases, how they helped save game studios. maintain and operate.
The Resident Evil series debuted in 1996, and it helped define the survival horror genre, and its sequels expanded on this formula and helped take the franchise to the next level. In the first episode, “How Resident Evil 4 Saved Resident Evil,” Dave discusses in detail how the 2005 game helped turn the tide after the series began to falter in terms of revenue.
“Resident Evil 4 has lit the torch for Resident Evil as interest in the survival horror genre has waned. It has completely revived the series, introduced it to new fans, and possibly paved the way for more. Resident Evil until it’s next big comeback,” Dave argues in the video. “Resident Evil 4 may be divisive for some, but I think it certainly saved the Resident Evil franchise.”
If you just want to catch up, check out GameSpot’s History of the Legend of Zelda . video and The first episode of The Kurt Locker delves into all the recent remakes. You can also watch videos about why would you harm yourself by only playing the remake of Resident Evil 4 once. We also have a neat video in which a sword expert reacts to the lightsaber of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.
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