Resident Evil Guide
Without saying that we are disappointed with the graphics of Resident Evil HD Remaster we can in any case make sure that we were expecting perhaps a greater difference between the PS3 version and Resident Evil: Rebirth on Game Cube and Wii. Certainly, the graphics now in 720p resolution provide clarity and a much better readability than what we had in the past, but a few points are worth being a little more cared for by Capcom. For example, if Spencer mansion and outbuildings environments gaining in detail, Resident Evil HD Remaster is a very dark game. Even setting television and game settings, lots of black areas, and therefore invisible dot some environments, plus some 3D models a little craggy. The next surprise is enhanced, but we would have liked to see more clearly in some places, something that did not exist in the original remake. Similarly, the characters have, we believe, not had a pretty great care in their modeling, which appears to be quite vieillotes, and settle all the more now that the sets were brightened. Finally, to finish with small disappointments, cutscenes have a resolution that does not really do justice to the rest of the decorations. It was more like an upscale original than a true work remastering.
HORMI slightly disappointing those few points, especially the most beautiful version of Resident Evil first name that you will see come to life before your eyes, with enhanced lighting in both their number of sources in their power, often photorealistic graphics , camera angles that enhance the immersion, and shadows always best worn on the walls and other elements of decor. The GameCube version was already up beautiful, even on a recent screen, and this album 720p reinforces this beauty. We still wait to see how to spell PC versions, PS4 and Xbox One, still more should enjoy the 1080p display.
Very few changes were made to the artistic side of Resident Evil HD Remaster, which is anything but a bad, considering the quality of what has been done by a Shinji Mikami at the time of the Capcom Five on Game Cube. You will find in this PS3 version of all the excellent atmosphere remake, via cutscenes but relatively few who put in the mood, and above all, Spencer mansion that would freeze the blood at any Urbex. The birth of Umbrella is beautifully brought by first letting the player into the unknown of a building that hosts zombies, to distill some gradual informative elements nor reassuring. But Resident Evil HD Remaster is the opportunity for those who do not know the old series from Capcom, discover the beginnings of Jill Valentine and Chris Redfield, Barry Burton, and accompanied by Albert Wesker, characters who later became emblematic .dropoff window In the course of the game, everything happens exactly as in the first remake, namely the discovery of the Spencer mansion and its gardens and its annexes (the cave and the hut). Immersion has always been the strong point of this episode, like the background which can be approached via files to read. Even in 2014, and the dawn of 2015, the artistic form of Resident Evil works very well.