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In conclusion, I am blown away by Resident Evil Zero HD, it’s everything I wanted and more from this release. I’ve played a lot of HD remasters of older games, Silent Hill HD Collection, Metal Gear Solid HD Collection, the previous re-releases of REmake, RE4, and Code: Veronica X, but none of them even come close to the perfection that is Resident Evil Zero HD.
Packed with nostalgia, new challenges, complex and deep gameplay that doesn't just adapt but embodies the genre it's inhabiting, and a AAA presentation that blows every previous RE out of the water — yes, even REmake — I feel confident in this assessment: As it was in 1998, so to shall it be in 2019. Resident Evil 2 is the best Resident Evil game ever made, full stop.
Strong pacing, rewarding progression, and innovative level design set a solid foundation for the franchise's future, and underneath a few layers of cheese and grit is a story worth experiencing for its creativity and strong emotional core. If The Evil Within was a modern take on classic survival horror, then The Evil Within 2 is the next step for the genre.
RE7 is a new take on a genre that has more or less died off in the modern age within the AAA publisher space. It embodies a style of game design that we haven't seen from the series since before RE4 changed everything. Resident Evil is back, and I'm already hungry — starved — for more. It's good to be home again.
Deadly Premonition creator Swery latest title, The MISSING, manages to combine a heartfelt story with solid platforming for an unforgettable experience.
In the end, I’m confident in the following claim: Bloober Team’s Blair Witch is the best entry in the franchise since the original The Blair Witch Project. I very much look forward to jumping back in to find everything that I might have missed and to try and unlock another ending.