Everything we know about the Resident Evil 2 remake (opens in new tab) intrigues me. Everything I've read about the Resi 4 HD Project mod (opens in new tab) amazes me. And (almost) every game in the Resident Evil series on sale excites me.
It's a busy time for Capcom's flagship survival horror series, and, as part of its Capcom Sale (opens in new tab), Fanatical has discounted everything from Resident Evil 0's HD remaster to last year's Resident Evil 7: Biohazard.
Andy loved the latter in his 90-scored review (opens in new tab), praising its "tense and refined survival horror" and "brilliantly bleak, grimy atmosphere". I really enjoyed it, and its first-person perspective viewpoint, but found its combat cumbersome and frustrating, particularly in its latter third. It's on sale for £11.99 (opens in new tab)/your regional equivalent, with a 40 percent discount.
I also thoroughly enjoyed 2015's Resident Evil HD Remaster (opens in new tab) (£6.39, 60 percent off)—and I'd even go to bat for the following year's Resident Evil 0 Remaster (opens in new tab) (also £6.39 with 60 percent off), despite Andy's reservations (opens in new tab). Aye, it's got some batshit storylines, but I like its focus on inventory management and push-and-pull cooperative puzzles.
The wonderful Resident Evil 4—Ultimate HD Edition (opens in new tab) is on sale for just £3.74, 75 percent less its recommended price. And Resi 5 (opens in new tab) and Resi 6 (opens in new tab) come in at £3.49 and £4.99 respectively. The Resident Evil series has always been a bit out there, but Chris Redfield's QTE man-versus-boulder set piece in number five was a stroke too far for me.
Also on sale are Resident Evil Revelations (opens in new tab) (£5.51) and Revelations 2 (opens in new tab) (£11.99). I haven't played either, but have heard good things. I might take this opportunity to do so. While I decide, check out the Resident Evil games ranked from worst to best (opens in new tab).
After that, visit Fantaical's Capcom Sale (opens in new tab)—which runs from now through Monday, July 24 and also knocks down the Street Fighter, Marvel vs Capcom, and Devil May Cry series, among others.
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