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Resident Evil 3 remake demo available now on PS4, Xbox One, Steam – Polygon

Resident Evil 3 remake demo available now

Plus, a beta for the RE Resistance multiplayer mode is inbound

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Resident Evil fans will have something new to occupy their time later this week, thanks to a playable demo of the upcoming Resident Evil 3 remake. Capcom will release the Resident Evil 3: Raccoon City Demo on March 19 on PlayStation 4, Windows PC via Steam, and Xbox One.

The demo will feature a playable Jill Valentine as she tries to rescue the civilians of Raccoon City with the help of fellow protagonist Carlos Oliveira, all while the relentless Nemesis hunts her down. The Resident Evil 3: Raccoon City Demo will also feature a special scavenger hunt; 20 Mr. Charlie statuettes are hidden throughout the demo for players to find.

Capcom really put a guy named Martin Sandwich in the new Resident Evil

Completing the Resident Evil 3: Raccoon City Demo will unlock a brand-new cinematic trailer exclusive to the demo, Capcom said in a news release.

Fans will also get a taste of the Resident Evil 3 remake’s new multiplayer mode, Resident Evil Resistance, on March 27 with an open beta test. The beta test will feature one of the game mode’s evil masterminds, Daniel Fabron, and four of the game’s six survivors. Resident Evil Resistance is an original, asymmetrical 4v1 multiplayer mode in which survivors attempt to escape a series of deadly challenges controlled by the mastermind.

The Resident Evil Resistance open beta will conclude when Resident Evil 3 launches on April 3.

Update: The Resident Evil 3: Raccoon City Demo is now live on all platforms. You can grab the demo from the PlayStation Store, Steam, or Xbox Game Store.

Источник: http://www.polygon.data/categ2_com/2020/3/16/21181616/resident-evil-3-remake-demo-release-date-resistance-multiplayer-beta

New Resident Evil 3 Remake Trailer Shows Off Nemesis In Action

With Resident Evil 3 slowly approaching its release date, Capcom’s dropped a new trailer with the remake’s big centerpiece on full display. The developers have decided to show what kind of a makeover (and a terrifying one at that) the villain of the game, Nemesis, has undergone.

The trailer showcases Nemesis in action, showing off his skills, weapons, and a whole bunch more. Although there are other characters and enemies shown in the trailer, the main star is Nemesis. After all, anyone who has ever played the original Resident Evil 3 knows very well what kind of a monster Nemesis truly is and what he is capable of. Seeing him undergo such an enhancement (gameplay-wise and graphics-wise) is certain to get players’ attention and prepare them for the actual game when it comes out.

As impressive as Nemesis may look, further improvements will be kicking around under the hood. Earlier this month, PlayStation Magazine UK confirmed that the remake’s version of Nemesis will have an updated AI that will make him much more unpredictable in return. In other words, the new Nemesis will be far more dangerous and terrifying, thus posing a much bigger threat when compared to his original version.

Ultimately, this is sure to get hardcore fans of the series even more excited. To see such an iconic monster improved from the ground up and made to look even more threatening is a real treat. As for those who never played the original Resident Evil 3, they’re definitely in for a surprise. Even those who managed to deal with Mr. X from Resident Evil 2 are going to have to up their game and think of other ways to deal with Nemesis because he is going to be very different.

Resident Evil 3 Remake will release on April 3, 2020 for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC and will be bundled with Resident Evil Resistance – a 1 vs 4 multiplayer experience.

Источник: http://game-thought.com/news/new-resident-evil-3-remake-trailer-shows-off-nemesis-in-action/

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Resident Evil 3 Remake: Everything We Know

Capcom’s Resident Evil 3 remake is fast approaching. Here’s everything known about its gameplay, release date, story, and Resistance multiplayer.

With the Resident Evil 2 remake last year, Resident Evil fans saw just how well Capcom could do when remaking classic games in the series, so the Resident Evil 3 remake is no doubt hotly anticipated. Luckily, its release date is less than a month away, so Capcom has already revealed quite a bit about the Resident Evil 3 remake’s gameplay changes, story differences, and Resident Evil Resistance multiplayer mode.

After the critical success of the Resident Evil 2 remake, rumors were rampant about the possibility of a Resident Evil 3: Nemesis remake announcement. Leaks beat Capcom to the punch, with the game’s cover art confirming the remake – which drops the “Nemesis” and is just called “Resident Evil 3” – before it could be officially revealed. While perhaps not quite as beloved as other games in the series, Resident Evil 3: Nemesis still looks like it’s making for a promising remake, just as Resident Evil 2 did.

Rather than just a simple remaster, Resident Evil 3 adds new content to the original, fleshing out elements of its story and world and modernizing its gameplay. Below, fans will find information on Resident Evil 3′s release date, gameplay, story, and multiplayer mode (formerly known as “Project Resistance”).

Resident Evil 3 Remake Release Date

Resident Evil 3 will release on April 3, 2020. The game will come to PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Resident Evil 3′s release date once put it up against both Cyberpunk 2077 and Final Fantasy 7 Remake, after the latter was delayed into April, but CD Projekt Red later delayed Cyberpunk 2077 to September, freeing up the month a bit. Besides Final Fantasy 7 Remake, which releases just four days after Resident Evil 3, other notable April releases include Predator: Hunting Grounds, Trials of Mana, and Gears Tactics. Players curious about Resident Evil 3 will be able to try it before the April release date, when Capcom releases a Resident Evil 3 demo soon. There are also several Resident Evil 3 special editions available for pre-order.

Resident Evil 3 Remake Gameplay Changes

Like the Resident Evil 2 remake, Resident Evil 3 features third-person shooting rather than the fixed camera of the original. It still appears to be relatively deliberate and slow compared to many modern third-person shooters – which helps preserve the horror elements – but it’s more action-oriented than its PS1 predecessor. Protagonist Jill can now easily execute handy side-steps to dodge enemy attacks, and, when timed correctly, these turn into dodge-rolls that initiate a slow-motion counterattack opportunity. But according to a PlayStation Blog preview, players will still need to conserve their resources, collecting and crafting ammo as they go about the environment.

Capcom’s remake will feature reimagined Resident Evil 3 monster designs, including enemies like Mutant Worms, Hunter Gammas, drain deimos, and, of course, zombies. The main attraction, though, is the Resident Evil 3 remake’s Nemesis bio-weapon, which is nastier than ever. He’s more aggressive than Resident Evil 2′s Mr. X, able to grab players from a distance with a tentacle, chase them down at high speeds, jump in front of them, and knock over zombies that get in the way. He can use his massive fists or weapons such as flamethrowers to damage to Jill, so players will have to get creative to escape pursuit, slowing him down with environmental hazards and the like.

Resident Evil 3 Remake Story Differences

From what Capcom has shown so far, it appears Resident Evil 3′s remake will follow the same general story beats as the original game, set around the time of Resident Evil 2′s events in Raccoon City. The remake will expand on certain sections of the original, however, adding new content and context. According to the aforementioned PlayStation Blog preview, Resident Evil 3 “dramatically reinvents” Raccoon City’s streets in a fashion “grander than a one-to-one remaster.” That means new shops, an expanded subway station, and a new sewer system. The section of the original game where Carlos becomes playable will apparently be maintained, or he will otherwise be playable in some other capacity. But with all this added-on content, Capcom has made one story-related omission: The Resident Evil 3 remake won’t have multiple endings.

Resident Evil 3 Remake Resistance Multiplayer

The news that the Resident Evil 3 remake won’t include Mercenaries mode may have upset some fans, but Capcom is supplying a different bonus mode in its place. Resident Evil Resistance is a 4 vs. 1 multiplayer game included with the Resident Evil 3 remake. The Resident Evil 3 multiplayer mode tasks four co-op players with escaping different maps, avoiding traps, monsters, and other obstacles sent their way by one “Mastermind” player. The Mastermind can also take control of Tyrant bio-weapons like Resident Evil 2′s Mr. X to hunt down the co-op players more directly, but the special abilities at the Mastermind’s disposal depend on which character they’re playing as, such as Resident Evil villains Alex Wesker and Ozwell E. Spencer. Chinese-language footage of the multiplayer mode (via GameRevolution) appeared to reveal it will include microtransaction loot boxes, which wouldn’t be much of a surprise for an otherwise free, multiplayer add-on.

The Resident Evil 3 remake will release for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on April 3, 2020.

Источник: http://screenrant.com/resident-evil-3-remake-release-date-gameplay-story-multiplayer/

Resident Evil 3 new story trailer, Jill Valentine coming to Resistance

Resident Evil 3 new story trailer, Jill Valentine coming to Resistance

Capcom launched a brand new Resident Evil 3 story teaser, including more information about what’s going on in Raccoon City as players enter the game on April 3rd 2020.

The trailer helps viewers to take a more in-depth glimpse at the plot and know more about the heroine Jill Valentine, a special unit agent from S.T.A.R.S. who enters the city in the middle of a zombie epidemic.

We’re going to drop the trailer here, but please be aware that it features some action beats that might be called spoilers, so make sure you don’t watch it if you want to run through the game without learning something about the storyline.

We have had the show recapped in a special episode, in case you would like to get further info about what occurred in the franchise up to Resident Evil 3.

The trailer also serves as an occasion for Capcom to announce that Jill Valentine is heading to Resident Evil Resistance “in a potential title update.” Although we don’t have the precise timeline for the character’s arrival, the Japanese developer has stated that they are planning on bringing her into the 4v1 multiplayer game early.

A private beta Resident Evil Resistance is currently under way on Desktop, PS4, and Xbox One, and will be accessible until April 3. Resident Evil fans will also be mindful of potential complications owing to COVID-19 while delivering physical versions.

Источник: http://www.gamerturn.com/resident-evil-3-new-story-trailer-jill-valentine-coming-to-resistance/

Resident Evil 3 Heroes and Villains Star in Action-Packed New Trailer

Jill Valentine is the central “S.T.A.R.” of Resident Evil 3, but she’s not alone as Raccoon City’s final chapter unfolds. The survival horror game also features a colorful cast of friends, foes and bloodthirsty adversaries amidst a city ravaged by the devastating effects of the T-virus. Today, Capcom released a new cinematic trailer, screenshots and artwork that reveal more of the action-packed drama in the game, featuring closer looks at additional key characters. Jill’s unofficial partner Carlos Oliveira (depending on who you ask), the rest of the Umbrella Biohazard Countermeasure Service (U.B.C.S.) platoon, the Hunter enemy, and the game’s unstoppable Nemesis, all have major parts to play when Resident Evil 3 releases on April 3.

Fans got just a quick glimpse of Nemesis swathed in a wall of fire when Resident Evil 3 was announced in December – new art assets today show how truly devastating he can be. Umbrella Corp.’s unrelenting bioweapon hunts Jill with an arsenal of heavy duty weapons, including an enormous flame thrower and a laser-guided rocket launcher that leave little hope for escape. In addition to its hardware, a new screenshot depicts Nemesis’ elongated tentacle mutation that strikes with lethal accuracy. These grotesque protrusions only emerge as the black bandages obscuring Nemesis’ mutilated form fall apart to reveal the results of Umbrella’s cruel experimentation. Jill tries multiple times to destroy Nemesis, but thanks to its highly regenerative capabilities, it keeps coming back stronger than before.

While Jill is perfectly capable of taking care of herself, looking out for her six is Carlos Oliveira, a U.B.C.S. member experienced with guerilla warfare, proficient with various weapons, and trained to fly small aircraft. His team arrived in Raccoon City expecting an easy evacuation mission, but were quickly overwhelmed. As Carlos organizes their extraction, his courage and sense of justice compel him to go beyond his orders to uncover the truth about Umbrella Corp.’s devious actions. The latest assets depict Carlos’ harrowing ordeal in Raccoon City, including moments where players take control of the character throughout Resident Evil 3.

The new trailer and screenshots also provide a closer look at more of the characters in Resident Evil 3:

  • Brad Vickers – He is one of the sole survivors of the Mansion Incident (depicted in the original Resident Evil) and helped with investigations into Umbrella Corp. As one of the last surviving members of S.T.A.R.S. in Raccoon City, he’s also in Nemesis’ sights.
  • Mikhail Victor – The U.B.C.S. commanding officer is a leader with years of military and commanding experience. Mikhail was seriously injured in his team’s mission to evacuate survivors from Raccoon City. Despite his dire circumstance, he still does as much as he can to help civilians and his platoon. It is his compassion to save Raccoon City’s citizens that convince Jill to help their cause.
  • Nicholai Ginovaef – This U.B.C.S. team leader is incredibly resilient, cold and calculating, willing to make the necessary sacrifices for the mission and his own benefit. Nicholai dismisses Jill as a “bleeding heart” who will get herself killed.
  • Tyrell Patrick – This U.B.C.S. member is a seasoned veteran specializing in hacking and disabling security devices. Tyrell provides invaluable support from behind the lines.
  • Murphy Seeker – This U.B.C.S. member and former U.S. Marine is an exceptional sniper. Like Mikhail, he also gets seriously injured during the Raccoon City mission.
  • Dario Rosso – A civilian Jill encounters in a warehouse in uptown Raccoon City who is reeling from the shock of losing his family. Dario rejects Jill’s pleas to escape the crumbling city.
  • Hunter enemy – Both Jill and Carlos will encounter this terrifying new monster in Resident Evil 3. These bioweapons were created by combining the genetic material of humans and reptiles, creating an incredibly fast and powerful adversary.

About Resident Evil 3
Resident Evil 3 stars Jill Valentine – one of video games’ most iconic heroines – as she escapes from a crumbling Raccoon City while being pursued by the unrelenting bioweapon Nemesis. Players can also participate in previously untold Umbrella experiments on the outskirts of Raccoon City in the included online asymmetrical multiplayer game Resident Evil Resistance. The horrific settings from the original game and new content come to life as never before with RE Engine, previously utilized to create the acclaimed Resident Evil 7 biohazard, Resident Evil 2 and Devil May Cry 5 with high-definition graphics and modernized gameplay mechanics. Resident Evil 3 will be available on PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, the Xbox One family of devices including Xbox One X, and Steam on April 3, 2020.

Источник: http://gamechronicles.com/resident-evil-3-heroes-and-villains-star-in-action-packed-new-trailer/

The Resident Evil 3 Remake Seems Doomed to Fail

Playing the Resident Evil 3 remake—which is called, confusingly, Resident Evil 3—is like watching a group of game developers try to rewrite their company’s own past. It’s fascinating but a bit uncomfortable.

The history of the Resident Evil franchise is one of the most heavily reported stories in gaming. How it started as an attempt to re-create a spooky Nintendo game called Sweet Home; how it became rapidly dominant in a new genre that came to be called survival horror; how it had a subsequent identity crisis and went careening off into action movie nirvana before tumbling into action movie hell.

The original Resident Evil 3, called Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, is a pivotal part of that history, but you wouldn’t know that from playing it. The last mainline title in the franchise to follow the design of the first game, it’s an experimental but mostly familiar title, as much a side game as a main entry in the series. The next numbered title, Resident Evil 4, would completely reinvent the franchise as an over-the-shoulder thriller, making Resident Evil 3 feel modest and somewhat unimportant in the grander history of the series in comparison, the odd child out.

The new Resident Evil 3, following up on last year’s fantastic Resident Evil 2 remake, modernizes the setting and story of Nemesis into a design as influenced by the games that came after it—particularly Resident Evil 4—as the games they’re ostensibly remaking. Like RE4, these games have a third-person, over-the-shoulder camera, where the player manually aims their weapons and explores environments freely. This is in contrast to the original games, which were much more limited, relying on top-down fixed camera angles and characters that controlled like tanks. The Resident Evil 2 remake used this style to create a game that was much slower and more horror-focused than Resident Evil 4—zombies went down slow, did a lot of damage, and existed in an elaborate labyrinthine setting instead of a more linear series of levels and setpieces.

Resident Evil 3, then, feels like an attempt to bridge the gap between the new vision of Resident Evil 2 and what would come next in the form of Resident Evil 4. Using the same story and setting as its predecessor—an escape from zombie-infested Raccoon City, starring returning series heroine Jill Valentine and a hapless private security contractor for the evil Umbrella Corporation named Carlos who ends up being the right man in the wrong place—it pushes the design of the previous remake in a faster, more linear, more exciting direction.

This means the tight serpentine settings of Resident Evil 2 are abandoned, in favor of sprawling urban streets and a series of more isolated locations that are reduced to simple mazes and flashy set pieces. It also means that combat is much more important, with ammunition more plentiful and zombies relatively less interesting as a result. In last year’s Resident Evil 2, you were almost never expected to triumph over the undead; here, it’s a foregone conclusion. Even Nemesis, the giant, hyper-competent and hyper-intelligent mutated zombie that spends all of Resident Evil 3‘s story chasing Jill Valentine, has gone from a systemic threat—a roaming enemy that the player could confront or flee from at their best judgment—to a scripted boss appearing at specific, linear intervals, reminiscent of Resident Evil 4‘s quick-time events.

That’s not to say this new Resident Evil 3 isn’t entertaining. In iterating on all the successes of last year’s Resident Evil 2, it is just as slick and playable as that game was, bolstered by beautifully moody settings and music. Fighting these zombies does feel good, and the small mazes have their satisfaction. But this game is always driving you forward, faster, never letting you linger in a place too long, never allowing you to struggle with a puzzle or risk getting lost. The survival horror of early Resident Evil, which Resident Evil 2‘s remake tried to recreate, was about navigating and taking advantage of dangerous, difficult-to-understand spaces. Police stations and mansions half-collapsed, turned into death traps and filled with monsters. Resident Evil 3 never gives you time for those sorts of joys. There are always places to be. One of the distinct pleasures of the series has always been replaying them, trying to navigate them quickly and smartly; it’s a series that naturally pulls casual fans toward speed-running. But the first run of Resident Evil 3 already feels like the speed-run, harried and overdetermined.

Источник: http://www.wired.com/story/resident-evil-3-remake/

Resident Evil 3 Raccoon City Demo and Resident Evil Open Beta Test Coming Soon

Pack your bags for a trip to die for — the RE3 demo drops March 19 and the RE Resistance Open Beta hits March 27.

Pack your bags — it’s time to make a return trip to the city of the undead. The Resident Evil 3 Raccoon City demo drops on March 19, followed by the Open Beta for Resident Evil Resistance arrives on March 27.

Resident Evil 3 Raccoon City Demo

The bustling industrial metropolis of Raccoon City was the place that Jill Valentine once called home. Die-hard fans, newcomers who started with last year’s Resident Evil 2, and PlayStation aficionados are surely familiar with the city’s ultimate fate, but Resident Evil 3 sheds new light on events that happened both before and after Resident Evil 2.. To that end, the Raccoon City demo will put you right in the thick of things, so here are a few tips on how to make it through:

1.) Tread Lightly

While you may be tempted to run everywhere to make a swift escape from Raccoon City, the foes you’ll face along the way can be surprisingly agile. Sometimes it’s best to slow down a bit to avoid running into the open arms of a nearby zombie… or worse. On the flip side, there are times where running is your only option – say, if a certain bioweapon hell-bent on eliminating all traces of Jill Valentine decides to drop in….

Either way, Jill can put her training to good use by deftly sidestepping most attacks. With just the right timing, you can even pull off a perfect dodge, giving you a faster recovery and an opportunity to turn the tables on your attacker.

2.) Stop, Look, and Listen

Jill has to make her escape among the ruins of Raccoon City. As you navigate the city streets, keep an eye on your surroundings and listen for nearby enemies, and you might just avoid becoming zombie chow. Always keep an escape route in mind when you’re entering a new area — sometimes the best solution is not to fight at all. You might also come across some bits of the environment you can use to your advantage, too.

That doesn’t mean you need to use everything right away, though. Sometimes it’s best to leave an explosive barrel or stunning electrical box where it is to use later. It pays to be aware of your surroundings and to plan ahead!

3.) Be a Member of S.T.A.R.S.

With Raccoon City falling into chaos so quickly, a lot of debris was left in the streets. You’ll find various items and zombies in unexpected places, of course, but various bits of construction detritus cover the streets, as well. You can surely guess how volatile red barrels work, but what about the sparking generators that are scattered around the city? We don’t recommend getting too close, but they should have their uses in a pinch.

This isn’t the first time Jill has had to deal with the undead, having lived through the horrors of the incident in the Arklay Mountains. Sometimes it helps to put yourself in her shoes for a moment and think about how she’d deal with a situation. How many bullets do you have left? What enemies are you willing to fight? Is it better to power through and risk injury, or is it better to hold your ground? If you want to see the end of the demo, you’ll have to think about how to best use the resources you have.

Resident Evil 3 Mr. Charlie Challenge

We also have a fun challenge for those of you looking for bragging rights – there are 20 “Mr. Charlie” figures scattered throughout the demo in hard to find locations. These fun little bobble heads might remind you of RE2’s “Mr. Raccoon” or RE7’s “Mr. Everywhere,” and have been deliberately placed in obscure locations.

If you’re up for the challenge, try to find all 20! You’ll have to check every possible nook and cranny to locate each and every one. It won’t be easy, so be sure to share your success when you’ve smashed all of them!

Resident Evil Resistance Open Beta

An open beta for Resident Evil Resistance will also be starting on March 27, giving you a chance to make your escape from a twisted experiment as part of a team of four Survivors, or to take a seat in the Mastermind’s chair and attempt to crush the Survivors instead. Resident Evil Resistance will be included with Resident Evil 3, and the open beta runs right up until launch, so it’s the perfect time to start learning the ropes of this unique asymmetrical online game!

That’s all for now — while the Resident Evil 3 demo on March 19 is just a layover, you won’t have long to wait to reach your final destination. Resident Evil 3 launches with Resident Evil Resistance included on April 3.

Источник: http://blog.us.playstation.data/categ2_com/2020/03/16/resident-evil-3-raccoon-city-demo-and-resident-evil-open-beta-test-coming-soon/

I played the Resident Evil 3 remake and the Nemesis kicked my ass

Move aside, Mr. X—there’s a new giant, terrifying stalker in town.

The breakout star of the Resi 2 remake was undoubtedly Mr. X, the massive fedora-wearing mutant who relentlessly hunted Leon and Claire. But imagine if Mr. X could jump, use weapons, and choke you with gross, slimy tentacles. You’ve just imagined Resident Evil 3’s Nemesis, whose meme-spawning predecessor seems a minor inconvenience in comparison.

While the previous game was largely confined to the shadowy corridors of the Raccoon City Police Department, this remake takes the action to the streets. It’s a compelling change of scenery, with dark, claustrophobic alleyways opening up into big, open areas lit by colourful neon signs.

“There’s a lot more Raccoon City this time around,” says Resident Evil 3 producer Peter Fabiano. “The events of this game are happening right at the time of the outbreak, and you’ll see first-hand how it’s transforming the city. We wanted the setting to feel alive. Everything isn’t shut down and dark, and you have the sense that there’s still life left in the city. The lights are still on.”

Set 24 hours before the events of Resident Evil 2, Jill Valentine is trapped in the city with the aforementioned Nemesis, a monstrous, towering bio-weapon created to hunt down members of STARS, the RPD’s special forces team. The shift to an outdoor setting is a dramatic one, but through devious placement of crashed cars, fences, elaborately locked doors, and other obstacles, it still has the complex, labyrinth-like feel that defines the series.

“You’ll still get that sense of creating a mental map as you play,” says Fabiano. “This is not an open world game where you go out and explore and it just keeps opening up. It’s a horror experience with defined pathways. It’s more open than the Resident Evil 2 remake, but it still has that feeling.”

My demo begins on a street lined with abandoned shops, and I notice immediately that there are a lot more zombies in this remake. The streets are full of ’em. Capcom has widened some areas to suit the urban setting, but balanced this out by throwing a lot more undead at you.

I decide to evade them to save ammo, and find myself using the larger space to reposition the zombies, luring them up one staircase so I can slip safely down another. There are still plenty of tight, narrow corridors, but these moments give this place a very different feel from RE2’s lab and police station.

A lot of the shops, including a pharmacy and a toy store, are locked at first. But later I find a couple of handy tools—a lockpick and a bolt cutter—and I’m able to return later and loot them for weapons, ammo, and puzzle-solving items.

Navigating the wreckage of the city is my main concern as I attempt to restore power to the subway network. As well as all those zombies, which have a terrible knack for lunging out of the shadows when I least expect it, I find myself blocked by a fire, which requires a special item to extinguish.

Later I have to activate breakers in a basement, made difficult by the presence of giant, fast-moving mutant fleas. If they get too close they infect Jill with a parasite that slowly saps her health, and the only way to get rid of them is to munch on a green herb. Eat one and Jill theatrically pukes the parasite up.

I manage to get the subway back up and running, but because this is Resident Evil, the relief is short-lived. As I run back to grab a train to the next area of the city, the Nemesis crashes through a brick wall and charges towards me with terrifying purpose. I run past him, as I’ve done with the Tyrant in Resi 2 so many times, but he catches up with me and immediately and kills me.

“There was some overlap with the development of Resi 2 and Resi 3,” says Fabiano. “And when the director of Resident Evil 3 saw what they were doing with the Tyrant he was like ‘Wait a minute, you guys are making him into Nemesis!’ But that added a fire to him, and he wanted to outdo that.”

“One of the biggest differences is that Nemesis can use weapons, so he’s definitely more advanced in that sense,” says Fabiano. “His movements are also a bit more nimble. He can jump. In the original game he was known as the Pursuer, and you’ll still have that sense of not knowing where he’s going to come from. And when he does, he’ll absolutely make himself known.”

Next time I see him, I lob a frag grenade and he’s stunned long enough to let me gain some distance. He also drops a supply case containing a weapon upgrade—a reward that also seems to be a clue from the developer you have to be more aggressive in dealing with this guy. I can shoot objects in the environment to slow the Nemesis down as well, including explosive barrels and generators that zap him with arcs of crackling electricity.

The speed the Nemesis moves at is incredibly unnerving. Sometimes he seems to fall from the sky, landing like Iron Man, creating a shockwave that knocks nearby zombies over. And when a series of rapid shotgun blasts to the chest barely make him stagger, the feeling of being massively underpowered only adds to the game’s constant, rumbling tension.

After a brief boss battle, in which the Nemesis comes at me with a flamethrower and I empty seemingly hundreds of shotgun shells into him, I finally escape and the demo abruptly ends. Resident Evil 3 doesn’t feel as excitingly fresh as the Resident Evil 2 remake did when it was first released, but relocating the action to the wildly different-feeling Raccoon City does enough to set it apart.

Источник: http://www.pcgamer.com/i-played-the-resident-evil-3-remake-and-the-nemesis-kicked-my-ass/

Resident Evil 3: The Board Game Hits Kickstarter with Playable Demo

By Matthew Aguilar – April 28, 2020 04:40 pm EDT

Capcom defined survival horror with their Resident Evil series, and Steamforged Games captured that magic in board game form in their hit Resident Evil 2 board game. Now they have refined things even further with Resident Evil 3: The Board Game, which is now live on Kickstarter. The game adapts the hit game of the same name, which follows Jill Valentine through the streets of Raccoon City as she avoids the Nemesis and attempts to get out of the city alive. The game has already surged past its goal of $186,244 with a total of $224,856, so it is more than funded., and has already unlocked two stretch goals, including a new playable character and a new mode titled, fittingly, survival horror.

Those who Resident Evil 2 will get a snazzy set of Raccoon tiles, and you can also add a Retro Pack and a special Dice Set to the game if you wish. The best part though is that there is a playable demo of the game on Tabletopia, so you can try it out before you back it right now.

Resident Evil 3: The Board Game is a cooperative survival horror game for 1 to 4 players and can be experienced in a number of ways. You can take on the Nemesis and the zombie horde in a series of one-shot scenarios or as one long campaign, which is being billed as 30 plus hours and has an overarching story. As players make their way through the world, the number of undead will continue to rise as well as the city’s danger level, and you’ll need to adapt and carefully manage your resources to make it through.

Surprises come courtesy of the Tension Deck, which fans of Resident Evil 2: The Board Game will recognize. Just like in the original game, the deck will shake things up periodically, ratcheting up the tension and making it feel like a true Resident Evil game.

The game is designed by Steamforged’s Sherwin Matthews, who also designed Resident Evil 2: The Board Game and is a superfan of the franchise, so you know you’re in good hands. We actually got to chat with the Steamforged team all about the game, so stay tuned to ComicBook.com to get even more details about it.

What do you think of Resident Evil 3: The Board Game? Let us know in the comments or hit me up on Twitter @MattAguilarCB for all things tabletop!

Disclosure: ComicBook is owned by CBS Interactive, a division of ViacomCBS.

Источник: http://comicbook.com/gaming/news/resident-evil-3-board-game-launches-kickstarter/

New action-packed Resident Evil 3 trailer features Nemesis

Today, Capcom released a new cinematic trailer for Resident Evil 3 that reveals more of the action-packed drama in the game, featuring closer looks at additional key characters.

Check out the trailer below!

Here are additional details on the trailer from Capcom:

Jill Valentine is the central “S.T.A.R.” of Resident Evil 3, but she’s not alone as Raccoon City’s final chapter unfolds. The survival horror game also features a colorful cast of friends, foes and bloodthirsty adversaries amidst a city ravaged by the devastating effects of the T-virus. Jill’s unofficial partner Carlos Oliveira (depending on who you ask), the rest of the Umbrella Biohazard Countermeasure Service (U.B.C.S.) platoon, the Hunter enemy, and the game’s unstoppable Nemesis, all have major parts to play.

Fans got just a quick glimpse of Nemesis swathed in a wall of fire when Resident Evil 3 was announced in December. Umbrella’s unrelenting bioweapon hunts Jill with an arsenal of heavy-duty weapons, including an enormous flame thrower and a laser-guided rocket launcher that leave little hope for escape. Jill tries multiple times to destroy Nemesis, but thanks to its highly regenerative capabilities, it keeps coming back stronger than before.

While Jill is perfectly capable of taking care of herself, looking out for her six is Carlos Oliveira, a U.B.C.S. member experienced with guerilla warfare, proficient with various weapons and trained to fly small aircraft. His team arrived in Raccoon City expecting an easy evacuation mission but were quickly overwhelmed. As Carlos organizes their extraction, his courage and sense of justice compel him to go beyond his orders to uncover the truth about Umbrella Corp.’s devious actions. The latest assets depict Carlos’ harrowing ordeal in Raccoon City, including moments where players take control of the character throughout Resident Evil 3.

The remake of Resident Evil 3 is coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One on April 3. In addition to the standard edition, there’s also a Collector’s Edition with a replica of Jill.

Источник: http://gamefreaks365.com/new-action-packed-resident-evil-3-trailer-features-nemesis/

The Latest Resident Evil 3 Trailer Is All About The Nemesis

Capcom has been killing it lately with the Resident Evil franchise. It all started back with Resident Evil 7, where the development team opted to bring the franchise back to its survival-horror roots rather than being more action-oriented as was the case the past few mainline installments. After its success, it wasn’t long before the development team went back and offered fans a remake to Resident Evil 2.

With both remakes of Resident Evil and Resident Evil 2 doing very well in the market, Capcom is keeping the remake trend going with Resident Evil 3: Nemesis. Of course, with this remake, the title is simply titled Resident Evil 3 though we can still expect Nemesis to play a major role throughout the title. In fact, the latest trailer for the game is all about the Nemesis which you can view above. For those of you who don’t recall Resident Evil 3, the storyline follows Jill Valentine who is stuck within Raccoon City.

Raccoon City has become flooded with undead zombies roaming the streets in search of human flesh which makes escaping the area quite the challenge. However, there may be a bigger threat to deal with when out on the open streets of Raccoon City. A bioweapon known as Nemesis is out hunting down all of the S.T.A.R.S members which means you’ll be dealing with this creature on a regular basis.

While this is a remake of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis that launched back in 1999, the remake will have a few changes to the game. For starters, it looks like that there won’t be multiple endings that players can get while going through the game. Likewise, if you’re not going to find a Mercenaries game mode in this release. Still, for those who want to pick up the game and enjoy it on modern consoles, you’ll be able to pick a copy up on April 3, 2020, for the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms.

Источник: http://gameranx.com/updates/data/categ2_id/189860/article/the-latest-resident-evil-3-trailer-is-all-about-the-nemesis/

Resident evil 3 game unlimited ammo how to use

Resident Evil Revelations 2 / Biohazard Revelations 2

Question is in the title. I was looking the Challenge and the rewards and found a secret chllenge with the reward “infinite ammo” but there is no explanation of what to do, just some “. “.

Does anyone know what to do to unlock that bonus ?

Question is in the title. I was looking the Challenge and the rewards and found a secret chllenge with the reward “infinite ammo” but there is no explanation of what to do, just some “. “.

Does anyone know what to do to unlock that bonus ?

Yup, you get infinite ammo when you beat the game on No Escape difficulty.

You get an infinite ammo rocket launcher if you beat the game in under 3 hours, though.

Less than 3h ? Woah, it took me around 20h to complete my first round o_o

Less than 3h ? Woah, it took me around 20h to complete my first round o_o

No thanks don_joen; I don’t want to cheat.

There is no interest to cheat in a game .

you can infinite ammo with a trainer though

I was about to say that, but seeing that this game’s single player campaign has a leaderboard I disagree about using a trainer.

My rule: no multiplayer, no leaderboards, only campaign–A-OK to cheat.

Источник: http://steamcommunity.com/data/categ2_app/287290/discussions/0/611701360834274045/

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