- Publisher: Capcom
- Release Date: Jan 20, 2015
- Also On: PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Switch, Xbox 360, Xbox One
- Summary: In 1998 a special forces team was sent to investigate some bizarre murders on the outskirts of Raccoon City. Upon arrival they were attacked by a pack of blood-thirsty dogs and were forced to take cover in a nearby mansion. But the scent of death hung heavy in the air. Supplies were scarceIn 1998 a special forces team was sent to investigate some bizarre murders on the outskirts of Raccoon City. Upon arrival they were attacked by a pack of blood-thirsty dogs and were forced to take cover in a nearby mansion. But the scent of death hung heavy in the air. Supplies were scarce as they struggled to stay alive. … Expand
- Developer: Capcom
- Genre(s): Action Adventure, Horror, Survival
- # of players: No Online Multiplayer
- Cheats: On GameFAQs
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Resident Evil - Producer Announcement with Subtitles
Positive: 24 out of 29
Mixed: 5 out of 29
Negative: 0 out of 29
Jan 19, 2015The models look great, especially on a high-end PC with all of the settings jacked up. It blows the GameCube version out of the water, and looks incredibly smooth and fluid.
Jan 19, 2015$20 is about the perfect price point for something like this. Don’t read spoilers, don’t use strategy guides, turn out the lights, and let yourself focus on the game for a while. Put away the cynicism. Yeah, in the cold light of day, Resident Evil is pretty silly, but if you let yourself react to it on its level, it’s frightening in all the right ways.
Feb 3, 2015The game that showed us what survival horror really means is still enticing in HD. It is freaky, it is frustrating and it is good. The mechanics of the original PlayStation version are still intact and thanks to better graphics and new voice acting this game is also worth while for newcomers.
Jan 19, 2015Some of the older visual flaws detract from the experience and pulled me out of tense moments, but the gameplay hooked me right back in.
LEVEL (Czech Republic)Mar 10, 201519 years are 19 years, and yet Resident Evil has something to say. Not only to its fans, who were spending evenings with the game back in 1996, but also to us, who were five years old or even less at that time. [Issue#250]
Jan 19, 2015While the fixed camera angles and the adventure-game like puzzles will shock more recent series fans it’s all still enjoyable, and the Crimson Head zombies, the great and ever-surprising design and the atmosphere ensures the remake feels like a unique entry in the series.
Jan 21, 2015It may have some old fashioned charm, but its age clearly shows. Controls and game design are out of date.
Positive: 59 out of 81
Mixed: 17 out of 81
Negative: 5 out of 81
Jan 28, 2017Best horror game
Amazing remaster by capcom
Playing in 4k is magic(you have to edit the ini to do so) mUST HAVE GAME Its amazing howBest horror game
Amazing remaster by capcom
Playing in 4k is magic(you have to edit the ini to do so)
mUST HAVE GAME
Its amazing how capcom managed to bring this game back to life and look like a next gen game.… Expand
Mar 11, 2017Resident Evil HD Remaster is the best resident evil in the old gameplay series, it is insane the many ways that you have to manage your ammoResident Evil HD Remaster is the best resident evil in the old gameplay series, it is insane the many ways that you have to manage your ammo and you might think where kill and where not kill zombies 'cause there are crimson heads… Expand
Jan 20, 2015What can you say, or perhaps not say, about a franchise that is knocking on the door of its third decade, whose most recent entries collapseWhat can you say, or perhaps not say, about a franchise that is knocking on the door of its third decade, whose most recent entries collapse under the weight of a polished remaster of its first entry? Resident Evil has become so bloated in its sequels and spin offs, all of them underwhelming, that revisiting Spencer Mansion for the third time is sadly a breath of fresh air. Nevertheless, it is a welcomed breath of fresh air as we now have the best Resident Evil in some years. Leave it to a polished up version of a 2002 Gamecube release, which in itself was a remake of the original 1996 release of Resident Evil's starting point, to put smiles on the faces of all the devoted old school fans who have wanted the series to return to its terrifying albeit cheesy and clunky roots. Capcom achieves greatness with making the arguably best even better by tidying up the controls, graphics, textures and sound, and letting it live and breath on current generation consoles. Those who only know modern Resident Evil, or never got to play this in 2002 entry have themselves a fantastic experience ahead of them as they explore Spencer Mansion and witness the groundbreaking horror first hand with the original core characters. This game doubles as a grocery list of what Survival Horror should be, and how the modern conveniences of gaming do not always make for the best experience. This take on Resident Evil is both familiar and curious, both comfortable and nerve racking, and both full of nostalgia and yet as challenging as a never before seen adventure. So those of you who have played the original '96 game, are still in for surprises around some corners, and challenges that will make resources vital. The dialogue, though still a bit cheesy, is multiple levels up from that of the delightfully awkward original script. It remains similar enough to bring back all the memories of the original, but separates itself enough from the past to intrigue, creating an almost parallel world experience with how similar but more thought out the new dialogue is. I found myself both listening to the new, but in my head quoting the old, making for some laughs. Once again, those first person views of doors opening, tight corridors with the moaning undead near by, and limping through halls praying for ammo and health all have your hair on end, and it is a most welcome return. The Mansion is only slightly redesigned enough to make you lull into comfort, thinking you have the situation under control before springing something new on you such as a new zombie placement, or unfamiliar room, or retelling an old experience in less predictably ways. The results are fun and frightening. The Mansion is alive with creaks and shutters, moving light and flashes of lighting, shadows and mirrors, fog and water, all pulling you in deeper than ever before. This is Resident Evil in all its Survival Horror glory. It would be impossible to rate this any lower than a perfect score, seeing as it is a better version of a past masterpiece, and then improved once again on top of that. Get lost in Spencer Mansion, and take a bloody bite out of the game that started it all, the one and only, Resident Evil.… Expand
Sep 18, 20151996 World witnessed a birth of survival horror genre. Then in 2002 they remade it using new engine, textures, voice overs and adding new1996 World witnessed a birth of survival horror genre. Then in 2002 they remade it using new engine, textures, voice overs and adding new content. Now in 2015 they are bringing remake to the newest consoles with high resolution textures and it looks fantastic.
Unit S.T.A.R.S. was called in to investigate the mysterious disappearance of the previous unit. Chased by a deadly blood starving dogs they ran into closest mansion where things were even more suspicious. Jill Valentine and Chris Redfield has to find out the truth while surviving in this big mansion filled with zombies.
You control a character from a locked in third-person cameras that are placed very smoothly across all levels. Sometimes you will feel disoriented since camera changes from different angles, but you get used to that. You have personal limited inventory where you store consumable and key items. Also there's not much variety of weapons but bullets are very limited, which makes weapons more personal and valuable.
Visually game looks stunning, variety of environment is mind blowing. First I though it's just a mansion, who would've thought you visit Forest, Cabin in the woods, Basement, Laboratory, Cemetery, Tomb. Each level builds the atmosphere around you, that any second someone or something might pop out.
Ambient alone is good enough to be a horror element alone. There might not be a single enemy in the level, but the pressure you feel cause of the sound effects is breaking the fourth wall. It made me feel like those sounds were not coming out from the game but from my apartment. I lost count how many times I ran away even that I didn't see anyone but just heard a creepy sound coming out of bushes or window.
Great again to see Resident Evil game as a survival horror. Now when I judge survival horror games I compare them with this gem, absolutely incredible experience that made me be on the edge of the seat the whole team. And best part is I wasn't playing it alone.… Expand
Jan 22, 2023Of course this franchise is very famous, and the first part was very popular, so as a gamer you should play it especially when they offer youOf course this franchise is very famous, and the first part was very popular, so as a gamer you should play it especially when they offer you an actual graphic. The atmosphere is still great and was the biggest strength of the game.
The gameplay is basically an adventure with many riddles to open doors. From time to time there are zombies to shoot. But you need to walk a lot through passages you already know and the inventory is so small that you need to walk back even more. The controlling is bad also.… Expand
Mar 13, 2022First RE game that I finished. Scary of course. But it's kind of bore me because I go back and forth in the same place multiple time to solveFirst RE game that I finished. Scary of course. But it's kind of bore me because I go back and forth in the same place multiple time to solve the puzzle, and "already" know it's the main concept of RE. Kinda took forever to complete if I'm not playing it with walkthrough guidance… Expand
Jun 10, 2021E ingiocabile controlli e telecamera fissa sono orrendi almeno la musica e decente.
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