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Everything We Know About Resident Evil 8

Resident Evil has seen a surge of success with the remakes, but rumors point to the eventual Resident Evil 8 being a bit different.

The Resident Evil series has seen a huge resurgence in recent years starting with the wildly different Resident Evil 7, then moving onto the ambitious remakes of Resident Evil 2 and 3. Considering the series has spent the last few years remaking past titles, there’s a big question as to which direction Resident Evil 8 is going to go.

Will Resident Evil 8 return to the first-person style used in the last mainline game, or adopt the third-person style of the remakes? While the eighth game hasn’t officially been confirmed, there is already a wealth of rumors out there.

With the PS5 and Xbox Series X on the way it’s only a matter of time, so here’s everything we know about Resident Evil 8.

Resident Evil 8 Release Date

Considering Resident Evil 8 hasn’t been officially announced it’s hard to give a time frame on when the game could release, but rumors suggest that Capcom is eyeing 2021 as a possibility. Leads about Resident Evil 8 have sprung up since the beginning of 2020, but one of the most recent ones says the game will launch in Q1 2021 and has the development subtitle of “Village.” Considering Resident Evil 7 released in 2017, that would mean RE 8 would have a development timeline of four years. Of course, Capcom did release the remake but they’ve likely been working on a new title in the background as well. Considering the 2021 date it’s likely that Resident Evil 8 will be on PS5 and Xbox Series X, or be a cross-generation game.

Resident Evil 8 Story

Resident Evil 7 was a big deviation for the series, both in terms of gameplay and story. It didn’t feature any of the iconic heroes and villains of the series, that is, until the end of the game. The recent leaks to Biohazard Declassified claim that Chris Redfield will play a central role in RE8, although this time he’ll take on a more antagonistic role. The game will feature flashbacks with Chris and RE7 hero Ethan Winters, who will likely take the starring role once again. Other info, like the Village subtitle, points to RE8 taking place a small, secluded European village, must like Resident Evil 4.

Resident Evil 8 Gameplay

There aren’t as many rumors out there about Resident Evil 8’s gameplay, but there’s still some indication of what the game might feature. A Resident Evil 8 rumor from the Capcom leaker AestheticGamer says that the game will sport wildly different ideas. The rumor says that RE8 started development as Resident Evil Revelations 3 before changing to a mainline title. The game will once again be first-person and put a focus on occult elements, hallucinations, and distrust of other characters. Keep in mind that all these rumors about gameplay and story are just that, rumors. Even though there will inevitably be a Resident Evil 8 these details haven’t been confirmed, even if they have been corroborated.


Resident Evil 8: Rumors, news, and everything else we know

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The Resident Evil franchise as a whole is experiencing a revival, something that began with the success of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard in 2017. That game forsook a lot of the action-oriented elements that later games had taken and run with. Since then, Capcom has seen great success with the Resident Evil 2 remake receiving critical acclaim and outselling the original title. The Resident Evil 3 remake released in April 2020 and while it had some action, it was still very horror-focused.

As a result, it’s a safe bet that Resident Evil 8 will also take a strong, horror-first approach. Viable rumors are beginning to crop up, and we’ve gathered the most likely and credible ones below. Whenever this game is eventually unveiled, we’ll be sure to update this article and find out which rumors were true or not.

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Resident Evil 3 takes Jill Valentine’s escape from Raccoon City and brings it up to modern standards, with tight gunplay and action merged with tense survival horror.

What is Resident Evil 8?

Resident Evil 8 is presumably the next Resident Evil game from Capcom. While it hasn’t technically been announced, after the success of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, Resident Evil 2 (2019) and now Resident Evil 3 (2020), the fact this game is in development is almost guaranteed.

What do we know about Resident Evil 8?

At this stage, not much. While there are some rumors that we have very good reason to believe are true, technically speaking we don’t actually know if they are accurate. We won’t know until this game is revealed.

What rumors could be true about Resident Evil 8?

A Twitter user by the name of AestheticGamer, a.k.a., Dusk Golem has previously shared information on the development of Resident Evil 2 (2019) and Resident Evil 3 (2020) that turned out to be accurate, so it appears that whoever they are, their information is solid.

According to AestheticGamer, Resident Evil 8 started out as Resident Evil: Revelations 3, however, the game was reviewing well internally at Capcom. So well, in fact, that the company decided to rework it into the next mainline game. Aesthetic Gamer also states that these internal tests feature Ethan, the protagonist of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, as well as Chris Redfield.

These demos supposedly featured a snowy village, with strange occult vibes as the inhabitants are hesitant to speak with the protagonists. There’s also a laughing witch and werewolf-esque Beast Men who chase the player down. Just like Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, this is a first-person game. Resident Evil 8 will supposedly be released sometime in early 2021 and will be a cross-generation game, with support for Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5.

This information lines up with a report from RelyOnHorror, who state that the opening of the game will be “shocking” for longtime Resident Evil fans and involves Chris Redfield. RelyOnHorror also reports that right now, the name of the game is VILLAGE: RESIDENT EVIL, with the first four letters of “village” being the Roman Numeral for eight. RelyOnHorror further describes an “escape sequence” where even once the player finds a handgun, it has little effect on the Beast-men following. Eventually, the player is able to barricade a door and find a shotgun, which is far more capable of dealing with the creatures.

Will Resident Evil 8 be first-person?

According to the rumors from multiple reports listed above, yes, Resident Evil 8 will have a first-person perspective.

When is the release date for Resident Evil 8?

Per the rumors from AestheticGamer, we could see Resident Evil 8 release in early 2021. So far, nothing has been officially announced on this front.

In the meantime, if you haven’t grabbed the latest Resident Evil title, I’d recommend checking out my review of Resident Evil 3.

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  • It’s been just days after the gruesome T-Virus disaster had finally ceased at the mansion’s laboratory in the hills. Because of the revelations made on her journey, Jill Valentine resigned from S.T.A.R.S and attempted her escape from Raccoon City, now in shambles. But to her surprise, it was just the beginning in what seems to be a lose-lose situation after realizing her nightmares weren’t over yet.

Relying on her cunning and survival skills, Jill must put them to the ultimate test against flesh-eating zombies that now penetrate the city streets. She must also face-off against other hideous creatures of the night including bloodthirsty hunters, ferocious hellhounds, and a lumbering Nemesis. Concocted by the shady Umbrella Corporatioin, biotech terror is about to be unleashed once again. This time, however, it won’t go unnoticed.

Resident Evil 3: Nemesis has players assuming the role of Jill Valentine. You’ll team up a variety of new characters and a few familiar ones that will assist you along the way. One of the new characters is Carlos Oliveira — an Umbrella Biohazard Countermeasure Service agent; the U.B.C.S is an offshoot special taskforce separately formed by the Umbrella Corporation. While playing as partners with another character, the interface allows you to switch between the two during situations that call for it.

While other actions, elements and control schemes are the same as previous Resident Evil titles (such as file and map screens, combining weapons and herbs, chest boxes, saving via ink ribbons and a ranking process), Resident Evil 3: Nemesis features a few gameplay twists. Because the Nemesis is chasing you throughout the city streets, there are key moments in which you’ll choose one of two distinctive options: to evade or face your opponent. Your decisions will effect the outcome of the game. You can also combine various ammunition types to create custom-made firepower! The game also supports Sony’s Dual Shock Analog Controller for both analog control support and the vibration function.

There’s also the Mercenaries game, a bonus option that unlocks upon completion of the game. Using the various Umbrella Biohazard Countermeasure Service agents, it plays much like Resident Evil 2: Platinum’s Extreme Battle Mode with an added time limit. Resident Evil 3: Nemesis offers faster animation, an improved graphics engine and an increased number of monsters onscreen as enhancements. Initial copies of the game also include a bonus CD — a Capcom demo disc featuring Dino Crisis!

Come now, there’s no time left. Find a way for Jill to leave behind the living dead once and for all. You have what it takes. it’s in your blood.


Resident Evil 3 Remake 2020 Gameplay | Release Date | Trailer

After the success of the game Resident Evil 2 (2019) which was a re-imagined sequel of the game Resident Evil 2 (1998) , Capcom has again came up with its upcoming project Resident Evil 3 which is also a re-imagined sequel of the game Resident Evil 3 : Nemesis.

About Resident Evil 3 Remake 2020 :

Making a re-imagined sequel has become a fashion now a days but who cares when you are making huge money with the sequels.

Now lets talk about the game.

Resident Evil 3 is a upcoming Survival-horror game developed as well as published by the Capcom itself. As the game is a remake , the story revolves around the bioweapon Nemesis and Jill Valentine as she attempts to fight Namesis and also a zombie apocalypse.

The story starts in the Raccoon City same as Resident Evil 2. This story revolves around Jill Valentine, one of the main characters from the original story. The Umbrella Corporation’s actions are responsible for the Racoon city’s destruction and the extinction of humans, Jill Valentine and her fellow officers at S.T.A.R.S. work together to deal with a new virus called “cannibal virus” which turns people into dead zombies.

Fascinating feature added to the game is that the game Are

  • Supports single player as well as multiplayer.
  • The size of Racoon City will be much more larger than the previous game.
  • The gameplay style has been completely changed to match the more contemporary third-person Resident Evil game.
  • Those who find the game difficult to play can use the assist mode. In this mode, the enemies are weaker, Jill has an automatic assault rifle, and more ammunition.

Resident Evil 3 remake release date :

The release date of Resident Evil 3 was announced in the month of December 2019. The game is going to release on April 20 , 2020 worldwide for X Box, PlayStation 4 and Windows. For those who will pre-order this game will receive some of the special classic costumes that will look similar to their appearance in the previous version.(Resident Evil 3 : Nemesis)


Resident evil 3 game 2 cheats

Note: This game is also titled Biohazard 2.

While playing the game, press Start to display the options screen. Select the “Button Config” option. Highlight the “Aim” selection, then hold R and press Z(10). If you entered the code correctly, the white boxes around ”Config” and ”Aim” will change to red.

Search the desk on the left side of the S.T.A.R.S. office. The phrase “Its trashed someone must have searched it” will be displayed. Repeatedly search the desk approximately fifty times until a roll of film is found. Take the film and develop it in the photo lab to see a picture of Rebecca in a basketball uniform.

Successfully complete either character’s first scenario in under two hours and thirty minutes with an A or B ranking for the rocket launcher with infinite ammunition. Successfully complete either character’s second scenario in under two hours and thirty minutes hours with an A or B ranking for the gatling gun with infinite ammunition. Successfully complete either character’s second scenario in under three hours with an A or B ranking for the machine gun with infinite ammunition. Note: The bonus weapon will appear in the next game after the first chest is opened.

Successfully complete either character’s second scenario in under two hours and thirty minutes with saving less than twelve times. Hunk is a soldier that must reach the second floor of the police station from the sewer with just battles and no puzzles.

Successfully complete either character’s first and second scenarios in less than three hours. Then, play the game again with the other character, and successfully complete their first and second scenarios in less than three hours. Play the game a third time and complete either character’s first and second scenarios again in less than three hours. Note: The game must be saved less than twelve times during each of the six scenarios played and bonus weapons must not be used. Tofu is a piece of tofu (food) that must reach the second floor of the police station from the sewer with just battles and no puzzles. Tofu can not use any weapons other than a knife.

Start a game on the normal difficulty setting. Then, go to the police station without collecting any items. Quickly move past the zombie that appears in the alley near the police station. Collect the shotgun, then kill the zombie. Take the special key from the zombie’s body and go to the dark room to open the lockers with alternate uniforms. Claire has a single alternate uniform, with a quick shooting revolver. Leon has two alternate uniforms, one of which will allow him to shoot with one hand.

Successfully complete both of either character’s scenarios with an “A” rank, then go to the “Special” option. A new “Extreme battle mode” selection will be unlocked.

Play as Ada Wong in extreme battle mode

Complete extreme battle mode level 1 with any character.

Play as Chris Redfield in extreme battle mode

Complete extreme battle mode level 2 with any character.

1. Scenario A: In the cabinet in the file room.

2. Scenario B: On the desk in the Culture Experiment room of the Lab.

3. Scenario B: On a Umbrella soldier body in the Sewer B2 Wastewater Channel (east side).

4. Scenario A: Go behind the counter of the Gun Shop, on top of the counter.

5. Scenario A: In the briefcase near the end of the Bus at the beginning.

6. Scenario B: On Hot Dog Cart on the first street.

7. Scenario A: On the table in the room with the Fans and the blue doors in the Police office.

8. Scenario A: On Jill’s desk in the S.T.A.R.S. office.

9. Scenario B: On Rebbeca’s desk in the S.T.A.R.S. office, near the first aid bag hanging on the wall.

10. Scenario B: In the passage with stairs just outside the Police station doors.

11. Scenario A: The Lab, in the B4 Vaccine room.

12. Scenario A: The observation room of the police station on table, the one-way glass.

13. Scenario B: In the Lab in on the desk in the P-4 Laboratory-across from the moth room.

14. Scenario B: On the table in the room were the Chief dies.

15. Scenario B: In a cabinet in the monitor room that shows the Tyrant in the Factory.

16. Scenario A: In the Library of the Police station in a bookcase on the northern upper level.


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  • Part 1: Gas station and Raccoon City streets
  • Part 2: Police Station — Investigate the East Side & Lion Medallion
  • Part 3: Police Station — Unicorn Medallion
  • Part 4: Police Station — Maiden Medallion
  • Part 5: Underground Facility and Machinery Room boss fight
  • Part 6: Parking Garage and Electronic Part 1
  • Part 7: Club Key, Waiting Room Safe, and STARS Badge
  • Part 8: STARS Office (Lightning Hawk) and Clock Tower (Electronic Part 2)
  • Part 9: Opening the Jail cells and escaping the Parking Garage
  • Part 10: Sewers — Ada and the Incinerator
  • Part 11: Sewers — Find Ada and the Upper, Lower, and Bottom Waterways
  • Part 12: Sewers — Supplies Storage Room solution and Chemical Flamethrower
  • Part 13: Sewers — Use the plugs to open the door, G (Phase 2)
  • Part 14: NEST Laboratory — Investigate the lab and East Area
  • Part 15: NEST Laboratory — West Area, G (Phase 3) boss fight, and escape the lab
  • Part 1: Gas station and Raccoon City streets
  • Part 2: Police Station — Investigate the East Side & Lion Medallion
  • Part 3: Police Station — Unicorn Medallion
  • Part 4: Police Station — Maiden Medallion
  • Part 5: Underground Facility, Machinery Room boss fight, and Sherry
  • Part 6: Police Station Parking Garage
  • Part 7: Find the first Power Panel Part
  • Part 8: Find the second Power Panel Part
  • Part 9: Sherry
  • Part 10: Rescue Sherry
  • Part 11: Sewers — Find Sherry and Save Sherry
  • Part 12: Sewers — Find the Plugs, solve the chess puzzle, G (Stage 2)
  • Part 13: NEST Laboratory — Investigate the Lab
  • Part 14: NEST Laboratory — E-02 East Area
  • Part 15: NEST Laboratory — W-03 West Area
  • Leon [2nd] Part 1: Machinery Room G (Phase 1) boss fight
  • Leon [2nd] Part 2: Parking Garage, Electronic Part 1, Break Room
  • Leon [2nd] Part 3: Club Key, Portable Safes, Safety Deposit Room
  • Leon [2nd] Part 4: Library, Clock Tower, Electronic Part 2
  • Leon [2nd] Part 5: Jail puzzle, Parking Garage, Behind RPD, Gun Shop
  • Leon [2nd] Part 6: Sewer Entrance
  • Leon [2nd] Part 7: Sewers — Ada
  • Leon [2nd] Part 8: Sewers — Save Ada, chess plug puzzle, G (Phase 2) boss fight
  • Leon [2nd] Part 9: NEST Laboratory — Investigate the Lab
  • Leon [2nd] Part 10: NEST Laboratory — East Area
  • Leon [2nd] Part 11: NEST Laboratory — West Area, G boss fights, and the true ending

Resident Evil 2 may share a name with a 20-year-old game, but they’re not the same. In 2019 on PlayStation 4, Windows PC, and Xbox One, it’s more of a remake than a remaster.

In Polygon’s Resident Evil 2 walkthroughs, we’ll take you through every step of the game’s two campaigns — one for Claire, one for Leon — which are similar in parts but very much different in others. You’ll know where to go and what to pick up along the way (and feel confident that you don’t miss anything). If you’re looking for keys, puzzle solutions, lock combinations, access to safes, how to find medallions, where to go next, or how to get into that one room, we’ll help you.

In our other guides, we’ll teach you about specific parts of the game, from a handful of tips to get you started to figuring out if a zombie is actually dead.


Resident Evil 3: NEST 2 walkthrough Resident Evil 3 guide, walkthrough

On this page of our guide to Resident Evil 3 Remake you can find a detailed walkthrough of the NEST 2 area. This is the final location of the game which is a secret underground laboratory of the Umbrella Corporation. The main objective of Jill’s visit to the NEST 2 will be to obtain a vaccine for the T-virus. During the exploration of NEST 2 you will have to solve a small create-a-vaccine puzzle.

Get the vaccine

Go through the blue scanner in the Sterilization Room and enter the appropriate part of the Umbrella facility. Head to the southernmost Storage room. Here you will find a typewriter, as well as supplies and a NEST 2 Map.

Get out of the Storage and climb the left staircase to reach level 2F. Get to the large laboratory room where the vaccine manufacturing device is located. You can’t use it right away, because you need to get a special vial. This is the beginning of a mini-puzzle. Check the document that lies nearby to get a hint on how to solve the puzzle.

In the same room you will find an active computer. Interacting with it will allow you to get a Flash Drive.

Return to level 1F with the Flash Drive and use it on the electronic lock of the closed door.

Watch out for lots of Pale Heads zombies that wander in the room. Due to the numerous objects hanging from the ceiling of this room, it will be difficult to pass them by. A better idea is to get rid of them all – we recommend using a shotgun or grenade launcher. Wipe them out, all of them. Otherwise, these zombies can regenerate and you will only use up your ammunition unnecessarily.

Jill must find two vials in different rooms of NEST 2. You can reach them in any order.

To reach the first vial, select the side stairs leading to level 2F. On the second floor you will find Lab 1 . Kill a single zombie and interact with the panel from the picture above – you’ll get the Culture Sample vial.

Return to the room on level 1F. To reach the second vial, proceed to the door in the north-west corner of the room. Descend to level B1 and approach the large door. You’ll find out about the need to push the red power source – hold down the interaction button and wait for the tank to change from red to blue.

Open the large door leading to the room with monsters kept in capsules. Get to the elevator which travels to level 2F.

The destination is the Incubation Lab located on level 2F. Watch out for zombies that come out of this room after you get close enough. There will be zombies with parasites on their heads – remember to attack them from as far as possible and to aim at parasites.

When you enter the Incubation Lab , kill another zombie and open the drawer depicted in the above picture – you will get a vial of Liquid-filled Test Tube.

Now, you must return to the room with the vaccine maker device. Don’t rush it after using the elevator again, cause Jill will be attacked by Hunters in the capsule room. It is best to use a grenade launcher, magnum or frag grenades to eliminate them. Don’t let them too close because they can kill you with a single successful attack.

When you return to the laboratory with the vaccine production device, open the inventory and combine the two vials – you will get a new vial – Vaccine Base.

Use the Vaccine Base vial – insert it into the machine. The last part of the puzzle involves choosing the right settings for the three chambers shown on the screen. The correct setting is MID, HIGH, LOW (image above).

As a reward for passing the riddle, you’ll get a Vaccine. Unfortunately, Nemesis will appear once again.


The Music of Resident Evil 3: A remake of sight and sound

Resident Evil 3. (Image: Capcom)

The 1990’s featured many games still beloved and celebrated today for their compelling stories, memorable gameplay, and incredible soundtracks.

Some are remembered for how they pushed against the hardware limitations of the time, while others turned those limitations into their unique strengths. With today’s seemingly limitless technological potential, some classic games are getting a complete makeover — along with their music.

In 1996, the world was introduced to a horror survival game about battling zombies created by bioweapons, known as Resident Evil. Its tense and immersive atmosphere managed to make it as frightening as the best horror films. Resident Evil was very well received, and subsequently gave birth to a whole series of games, films, novels, and comic books.

In recent years Capcom, the developers, have taken to completely remaking the most adored games of the series, beginning with the first Resident Evil in 2002. They came back to retell their stories in new, visceral ways, with more photorealism, heightened tension, and more intensely immersive action. They also invited the composer of the original games, Masami Ueda, along with a few others, to completely revitalise the old scores, taking them from the nostalgic hybrid of live performance and electronic sounds that defined many game scores in the 1990s, to the rich soundscapes and gritty, tense, and emotional aural experiences of modern video games.

On this episode of the Game Show, Meena Shamaly immerses you in the music of the 2020 remake of Resident Evil 3 (originally released in 1999), along with the 2018 remake of 1997’s Age of Empires, and other dramatic video game soundtracks across the 2000’s.


Is Capcom hinting Resident Evil 3 Remake?

  • UPDATE: Capcom was definitely not hinting Resident Evil 3’s remake when it tweeted a picture of the Nemesis, with the caption, “We have our own relentless pursuer who just can’t seem to die”.

    Capcom’s community manager made it clear that “… it was just a friday the 13th pun” in a response sent to us on Twitter.

    Sorry to disappoint but it was just a friday the 13th pun 🙂

    ORIGINAL STORY: On Friday, 13th, Capcom tweeted a picture of a cardboard cutout of Nemesis who first appeared in Resident Evil 3, causing fans to speculate whether the developer is hinting a remake is in the works.

    It’s #FridayThe13th – We have our own relentless pursuer who just can’t seem to die.

    It may seem a little far-fetched. But with the remake of Resident Evil 2 under way, and the game’s positive reception by fans and gamers in general, it’s likely that the developer has already begun work on Resident Evil 3’s remake.

    Resident Evil 3 Remake confirmed. Cool

    Resident Evil 2’s Remake recently won its first award, the award for “Best of Show” from the Game Critics Awards: Best of E3 2018, and was nominated for two more, including “Best Console Game” and “Best Action/Adventure”. The game will be showcased again at Comic-Con in San Diego, which takes place from July 19-22. During the event, the developer will show “an exclusive” behind-the-scenes look at Leon, Claire, the Raccoon City outbreak, and “a few surprises”.


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    Resident Evil 3 Remake Already in Development?

    A Resetera forum user known for leaking information about the Resident Evil franchise claims that a remake of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis is already in development.

    With the Resident Evil 2 remake right around the corner, fans of Capcom’s hugely successful survival-horror franchise are naturally curious about what’s next. Well, if Resetera moderator Dusk Golem is to be believed, then the next Resident Evil project could very well be a full-blown remake of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis.

    According to Dusk Golem, who has accurately leaked information about the Resident Evil franchise in the past, the Resident Evil 3: Nemesis remake is already in active development. Dusk Golem didn’t elaborate on how far along the Resident Evil 3 remake is in development or what platforms it’s aiming for, but he did indicate that if both it and the Resident Evil 2 remake sell well, that Capcom may pursue even more remakes in the future.

    If a remake of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis is in the works, it wouldn’t be all that surprising. After all, Capcom has said in the past that it considers remakes and remasters a central pillar in its strategy moving forward. Plus, there is significant buzz surrounding the Resident Evil 2 remake, to the point that the game took home numerous awards at this past year’s E3 event, so it’s likely a Resident Evil 3 remake would enjoy a similarly positive reception.

    The Resident Evil 2 remake selling well seems like a foregone conclusion, even though it’s releasing against the likes of Kingdom Hearts 3. And if the Resident Evil 2 remake is as successful as some have predicted, then it stands to reason that the possible Resident Evil 3: Nemesis remake will do just as well. There seems to be a genuine appetite from gamers to revisit these horror classics with updated gameplay and graphics, so it makes sense that Capcom will keep developing them.

    Anyone looking for more evidence that a remake of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis is in the works should note that Capcom has teased the game’s existence in the past. Even so, fans of the Resident Evil franchise shouldn’t get their hopes up until they see a trailer and have an official confirmation from Capcom.

    Resident Evil 3: Nemesis is out now for Dreamcast, GameCube, PC, and PS1.



    Something New

    Original Resident Evil 3 Remade At Home By Creative Cosplayer

    Instagram model Barbara Tamires transforms herself, her home, and even her dog into a blocky and faithful fan tribute to the original Resident Evil 3.

    While this year’s Resident Evil 3 remake is now what comes to most players’ minds when the title is mentioned, but one creative, cooped-up cosplayer is paying homage to the original game with a nostalgia-fueled video. Resident Evil cosplayers are often among the most inspired in the gaming community, and this particular cosplay is as inventive as it is charming.

    The original Resident Evil 3: Nemesis released in 1999, at first being planned as a spin-off title to bridge the gap between the surprise success of Resident Evil 2 and an eventually scrapped sequel. However, the production of the PS2 led to that proper sequel being scrapped, which led to Resident Evil 3: Nemesis‘s development rapidly growing in scope and story. The initial plans were to reuse Resident Evil 2‘s Raccoon City and give an all-new character a starring role, but the sudden shift resulted in fan favorite Jill Valentine taking the spotlight, who players control for the game’s entire 6-hour campaign (minus one small section that was greatly expanded in the remake).

    Looking to recreate the PS1 classic’s sense of survival horror dread while retaining its blurry textures and blocky protagonist, cosplayer Barbara Tamires donned Jill Valentine’s iconic blue tube top and leather skirt to hunt flesh-eating zombies in the comfort of her own home in an Instagram video captioned “Resident Evil: Corona Virus.” Using a mix of perfectly cut sound design, smart editing, and sound effects that back a rush of nostalgia for anyone who played Resident Evil 3: Nemesis on the PS1, Tamires transforms her home – and herself – into a digitized stage that would have fit right into the game. Picking up and using the early series’s iconic items like First Aid Spray and Green Herbs, a shotgun-wielding Tamires recreates the title’s stiff walk cycles, door and stair animations, and claustrophobic camera angles on a search for her main objective: her cute dog, who she “equips.”


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