Resident Evil 3: Remake Review, Single Player Features, Comparison To Original

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Resident Evil 3 Remake

This is a new adaptation of the popular resident evil 3 game. This is the remastered edition and so, it should be exceeding expectations. Especially after the success of the actual Resident Evil.

Gameplay (Resident Evil 3)

Early in the story, Jill is confronted by Nemesis – the super mutant who’s hot on your heels for a long time. He’s like Mr X from Resident Evil 2, but stronger. Nemesis can’t be killed, so you spend a long time running away from him, hoping he doesn’t teleport right in front of you.

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Where the Resident Evil formula works best is when creatures like Nemesis are placed into the mix. Just look at Mr X and Resident Evil 7: Biohazard’s Baker family β€” the survival horror just amplifies the gameplay of RE3 Remake.

Always keeping you on edge and making you feel that something is following you. Thanks to tell-tale growls, footsteps, and whooshes of wind. RE3 Remake constantly makes you look behind you.

Well-portrayed here, Jill Valentine makes for a strong female protagonist. While also resembling Milla Jovovich (who portrays Alice in the Resident Evil movies). As we would expect, Jill stands strong and often tries to take on monsters.

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There is also a multiplayer mode in the remastered edition. Resident Evil: Resistance brings 4v1 asymmetrical multiplayer gameplay to this horror series. As a side-story during the events of the outbreak in Raccoon City, Resistance includes references to classic Resident Evil while showing off a unique part of the larger story. In each game, four players will face off against the might of one, who assumes the role of the architect behind the nightmare gallery filled with monsters and other deadly traps. It is fun but gets repetitive after some time.


Resident Evil 3 is out for PC, Xbox One and PS4 on April 3.

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Mixed Reaction (Resident Evil 3)

Resident Evil 3Β is an entertaining, well-made game that brings one of the series’s less-heralded entries right up to date. But almost everything it does right was part ofΒ Resident Evil 2Β as well, and many of that game’s qualities are no longer present. Overall, the package is a lot less appealing. It feels more like an expansion toΒ 2Β than an entirely new game.

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