On its own, the remake of Resident Evil 3 is another hallmark achievement for Capcom. It may not satisfy purists of the original, but there’s no reason that fans of what the RE2 remake accomplished won’t enjoy this.
I can agree that the game is too short, I can agree that it's a pity that they cut iconic locations from the game, but I can't agree when someone writes that it's a bad game... it's far from such a rating! I even think that some elements (like the story) have even been improved. Feel that escape from the city now. This is that LAST ESCAPE from the original. I also think that the interaction between the characters is better here than in RE2R. Jill Valentine is just amazing. And the music faithful to the original is simply top notch. I should have given it a 9 but I had too much fun with this game so I'm giving it a 10 anyway!
Btw. Capcom behaved badly by not releasing DLC expanding the story. Every game has something like this. Just not RE3R, and it didn't sell all that badly..
Resident Evil 3 Remake is slightly disappointing after the stellar Resident Evil 2 Remake. It's still a good game, but its short length and lack of ambition mean that it will constantly be seen as the lesser sibling. The addition of the REsistance online mode should add some value for those who enjoy competitive online play, but the lack of single-player options is disappointing. All in all, it's a good follow-up to an amazing game, and as long as you're willing to forgive its foibles, RE3 Remake should be a fun return to Raccoon City for franchise faithfuls.
With Resident Evil 3, Capcom again succeeds in delivering a game that, as a remake, is nearly flawless. The problem is that the original game it is based on was never so great in the first place. And while there’s some fun to be had with multiplayer component, it’s not clear what Capcom’s main focus was for the package as a whole.
As a remake, Resident Evil 3 not only falls short of honoring its source, but it also doesn't quite stick the landing as a standalone horror experience. Even without taking into account the original game, or its predecessor, RE3 struggles to keep up with its pace amid a clashing of elements from survival horror and standard action. While it has a strong start and gives its principal villain some great moments, this truncated retelling of the concluding game from the original Resident Evil trilogy doesn't do it proper justice.
Well-made and entertaining, but also disappointing. The campaign is only about 6 hours long. Also, Nemesis is a real push over. But despite the flaws, RE 3 is a joy to play and is visually spectacular. Replay value is solid due to plenty of in-game challenges that unlock content. The Resistance multiplayer mode is decent and will appeal to fans of "Dead by Daylight". Overall, RE 3 remake is good fun. But Capcom should've made it twice as long. I'd rate it with a 7.5 out of 10.
SummaryFight your way to freedom from the brink of despair. A series of strange disappearances have been occurring in the American Midwest within a place called Racoon City. A specialist squad of the police force known as S.T.A.R.S. has been investigating the case, and have determined that the pharmaceutical company Umbrella and their biologica...