With the latest re-release of Capcom’s medium-defining classic Resident Evil 4 fresh on the mind, it’s bizarre and perhaps a bit sad to think on how few games have proven genuinely worthy of its design legacy. Even now, more than a decade after its original release, there is still only one game that has managed to truly take up the torch passed on by Leon’s misadventures through the macabre European countryside: Dead Space 2.
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Capcom must love updating their Resident Evil games for current-gen consoles.
One of the most popular third person shooters around is coming to yet another console.
It's well-known that most games aren't exactly pacifistic: in some form or another many games see players fighting against or in conflict with some sort of adversarial force. As such, the quality of that adversary can sometimes make or break the game.
Capcom's Resident Evil 4, originally released for the Nintendo GameCube in 2005, is commonly considered one of the finest experiences the medium has yet produced, cropping up constantly near the top of "best game of all time" lists the world over.
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