Showing posts with label Resident Evil 2. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Resident Evil 2. Show all posts

Monday, October 8, 2018

Resident Evil 2 Remake Deluxe Edition Content

A reversible cover, 5 unique character skins and original soundtracks are what Resident Evil 2 Remake Deluxe Edition offers.

When upcoming Resident Evil 2 Remake is going to launch in January 25, 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, there will be a Standard Edition for 59.99, a Deluxe Edition costing $69.99 and an overpriced Collector’s Edition worth $199.99.

Previously, we got a detailed look at the collectible goodies that comes with RE2 Collector’s Edition and today developer/publisher Capcom has revealed what you get in the Deluxe Edition, which costs only $10 more than the Standard Edition.

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Resident Evil 2 Remake Deluxe Edition Content

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Aside from the base game, the package contains a reversible cover art that lets you pick between Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield on the box art for the game. There are a few downloadable contents added to it, which would be worth of your money if you are nostalgic about the franchise.

The Deluxe DLC Pack gets you five different costumes for both of the protagonists to wear, a Samurai Edge - Albert Model pistol and the game's original soundtrack to swap to.

RELATED: Resident Evil 2 Story Trailer

The DLC costumes for Leon includes a Noir costume, which makes his appearance visually similar to detective Sebastian Castellanos from The Evil Within and the Arklay Sheriff costume bears a striking resemblance to Sheriff's deputy Rick Grimes from post-apocalyptic horror TV show, The Walking Dead.

Claire will receive a Military costume that comes with a vest and her Noir costume adds a fedora hat to let you sport a gangsta look. Then there is the unused Elza Walker costume from the scrapped game Resident Evil 1.5, which looks similar to what race car driver wears.

RELATED: Resident Evil 2 Remake Introduces Lickers

You can already place a pre-order for Resident Evil 2 Remake on Amazon as they are available now. We can see how Capcom is dedicatedly working piece by piece to re-imagining the survivor horror classic for the fans from 90's and the modern generation.

A brand-new gameplay video featuring Claire Redfield was released earlier that showcased the debut of the nightmarish enemy Lickers in the remake with a bunch of new screenshots. We are eagerly waiting for Leon to encounter the dreaded Tyrant monster, Mr. X.

Resident Evil 2 Remake Introduces Lickers

To revive the horror from past, a new Resident Evil 2 Remake gameplay video is released featuring the menacing Lickers.

At Tokyo Game Show 2018 last month, Resident Evil 2 Remake revealed the first-look of mysterious fan-favorite character Ada Wong with screenshots and a new story trailer. Then there was footage of Claire Redfield fighting the dreaded William Birkin/G-monster.

Recently, brand-new gameplay video of Claire fighting horde of monstrous creatures and a deadly class of bio-weapon known as Lickers in a ravaged Raccoon City is released, courtesy of developer/publisher Capcom.

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Resident Evil 2 Remake Introduces Lickers

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Witness the introduction of Lickers from a re-imagined version of RE2 Remake that is based on the original plot of the 1998 video game.



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Taken right from Claire's campaign, the video opens up as she comes across an abandoned, dark hallway blocked with furniture and enters a room at her left. She sees a lone Licker is feeding on a victim and another bloodied dead body lies on the floor next to it.

Without wasting a moment, she draws her M79 grenade launcher and blasted it onto flames before putting two more rounds on it. Another one from the wall above is targeted next but this one is a tough cookie to bake and took too many bullets.

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A Familiar Terror

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Even though there weren't any constraints like a fixed camera angle or their long tongues hanging from above to give players a jump scare for the first time they met, this confrontation was not any less scary than before because of the sheer aggressiveness of these creatures.

On top of that, they constantly jump around to dodge your bullets and will do ranged attack ruthlessly with their razor-sharp talons when in close proximity, which we can tell is pretty lethal judging by the way Claire reacted to it.

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Zombies at Morgue

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After that, she goes inside what it seems like a morgue where she checks the storage to get supplies like Red Herb from an empty one, got creeped out by some huge cockroaches from the next and a Flash Grenade from another with a corpse beside it.

A few of the corpse were feeling the kick of T-Virus to came back to life and attack her, which she repels with one Acid Round, knife and gunshots. Sooner as she came out of the room, a Licker jumped on top of her only to get smoked in one shot.

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Deadly Neighborhood Wall-Crawler

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The game has introduced the primary protagonists rookie cop Leon Kennedy and college student Claire Redfield, the enigmatic Ada Wong, researcher William Birkin, his daughter Sherry Birkin and wife Annette Birkin, chief Brian Irons as well as police officer Marvin Branagh so far.

We are left to see Tyrant monster of T-103 model, also known as Mr. X, whom we had a brief glimpse of from the E3 trailer. HUNK and Robert Kendo will make their debut alongside the giant, mutant Alligator from the sewers.

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Ready to Drop and Chomp

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Resident Evil 2 Remake is all set to release on January 25, 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, encapsulating the feel of the original survival horror classic. Capcom is trying to make the game as photo-realistic as possible and using cutting edge tech like RE Engine to make sure.

The way every character and creatures have been developed so far or how the gore sequences nicely blended with the dark environment clearly tell us that fans are in for a treat when they revisit Raccoon City next year with Leon and Claire.

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Resident Evil 2 Story Trailer

The elements of survival horror that made Resident Evil 2 a classic is retold in the new story trailer from TGS 2018.

From the very first reveal and gameplay demo at E3 2018 press conference to more gameplay footage and screenshots from Gamescom 2018, survival horror classic Resident Evil 2 Remake has been slowly spilling the beans to keep us on the edge of hype train seats.

Up until now, what we had been reworked pieces of the story premise that developer/publisher Capcom originally built on 1998. Tokyo Game Show presents new details for the remake in a brand-new clip featuring story of RE2.

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Resident Evil 2 Story Trailer

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What we are looking at is a re-imagined version of the plot for RE2 Remake in this story trailer below from TGS 2018.




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Opening up from the scene where Claire finds little Sherry Birkin, asking about her parents and we see former researcher William Birkin turning into G-monster, gaining body mass with a giant eyeball on his shoulder and growling in pain of transformation.

Claire then goes to Raccoon City Police Department while investigating and met an injured officer Marvin Branagh, which probably takes place after the scene where he previously saved Leon by dropping a shutter on an impending zombie.

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William Birkin as G-Monster

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After momentary display of her gameplay inside RPD, the iconic scene of her first encounter with Leon Kennedy is shown, where he tells her to get down to shoot a zombie and then goes on with many nostalgic moments from the original game.

Their journey to RPD being interrupted and going separate ways are also shown. In short, the story trailer for RE2 Remake shows that Capcom surely put some solid effort for this project and did everything for the game to live up to the standard of 2018.

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Monstrosity Lurking in Shadows

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We see Leon learning of some underground lab while a zombie dog was approaching towards him from behind in a parking lot. He noticed it at the last moment due to the snarling noise it was making and is attacked before he could reach his gun.

However, the dog gets shot by someone and the mysterious Ada Wong reveals herself wearing a trench coat and fedora hat. He tags along with her afterwards thinking she knows something about the outbreak but she dismissed him saying that information's classified.

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Introducing Annette Birkin

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Meanwhile, Birkin's wife and Sherry's mother Annette sees her husband in security footage, going through rapid changes after his exposure to G-virus and slaying a military team into the sewers in his hulking form.

Next, there are a series of cut scenes where Leon meets G-monster, Claire talking to chief Irons, zombies swarming the streets, an encounter between Ada and Annette for the possession of G-virus samples, a rampaging Birkin and cuts to end with Ada and Leon into the sewer; home of the mutant Alligator.

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Leon Kennedy Meets Ada Wong

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Up until now, we were already introduced to mysterious Ada Wong, RPD police chief Brian Irons, college student Claire Redfield, rookie cop Leon S. Kennedy, police officer Marvin Branagh, young Sherry Birkin and a heavily G-virus mutated former Umbrella scientist William Birkin so far.

We also had a momentary glimpse of a Tyrant monster of T-103 model, commonly known as Mr. X on the E3 trailer. The debut of Annette Birkin and the zombie dog reminds us that we are waiting for HUNK and Robert Kendo next.

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Mutant Zombie Dog

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There was a "zapping system" in Resident Evil 2 for an "A" story and a "B" story, which the remake is completely scrapping down. This classic is revived with Capcom's revolutionary RE Engine to render each character with photo-realism. Not long ago, we expected a trailer to drop that will showcase more of Ada Wong and here it is.

What we want now is another one with special agent HUNK of the Umbrella Security Service leading his Alpha Team into the G-virus sample retrieving mission from Dr. Birkin and hopefully we will get that ahead of release.

Sunday, September 2, 2018

Resident Evil 2 Remake Ada Wong First Look

Recent leak on Reddit shows a glimpse of Ada Wong’s updated look from 2019's Resident Evil 2 Remake.

One of the most anticipated video game projects, which is survival horror classic Resident Evil 2 Remake that developer/publisher Capcom was working on has been publicly revealed at E3 2018 press conference and the fan-reception was more than what they were expecting.

We have taken a look at protagonist Claire Redfield, Leon S. Kennedy, Marvin Branagh, Sherry and William Birkin so far. It's time for us to take our first look at Ada Wong from 2019's version of the game.

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Resident Evil 2 Remake Ada Wong First Look

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Recently leaked on Reddit, the look that Ada Wong is sporting in Resident Evil 2 Remake is a fit with other redesigned characters from the franchise. We are still waiting for some official image of her but for now, her look seems different than what we saw over the years and the length of her role is still unspecified.

She completely resembles to a detective from 1950's and all she is missing is a fedora hat. Despite the humor, this undercover appearance suits well with her shady character.

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Ada Wong First Appearance on Resident Evil 2 Remake

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Developers have either completely gotten rid of her sexy red attire she has been sporting for the last two decades or she might be wearing that underneath her trench coat. Ada’s design also includes a gray scarf around her neck and sunglasses to complete her updated look.

We saw Claire and Leon going through some changes but by far, her designs are the ones that have received a complete overhaul. RE2 Remake's director Kazunori Kadori has shared his thoughts on her new design.

I think wandering around in that dress just getting on with your job as a spy probably doesn't look as realistic and believable as we want in this game.
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20 years have passed since the original RE2 has been released and fan-favorites characters have gone through changes as the series progressed. Debuted in the titular game in 1998, Ada Wong is a mysterious anti-hero that crossed paths with two of the heroes.

Later, she appeared on Resident Evil 4 working for Albert Wesker and then in Resident Evil 6, pursuing her own ends. The live-action version of the character was played by actress Li Bingbing in the film Resident Evil: Retribution.

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Li Bingbing as Ada Wong in Resident Evil Movie

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In terms of gameplay and graphics, this game is a whole new game where players basically revisit the horror of Racoon City based on the original plot.

We are expecting an official trailer, gameplay or in-game footage featuring this new look of Ada Wong to get into more details. Resident Evil 2 Remake is currently looking forward to release on January 25, 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Friday, August 24, 2018

Capcom May Remake Resident Evil Remaster

While the world waits for the release of Resident Evil 2 Remake, Capcom is considering more remake projects.

Before they made a showcase of Resident Evil 2 Remake at E3 2018 press conference to an overwhelmingly positive response, even developer/publisher Capcom may not have thought that it could work out so good for them and now they are interested to keep rolling.

We heard jokes about their plan of making a remake of the 2015's remaster version of the original zombie shooter game Resident Evil of 1996 but apparently, developers at Capcom were not kidding about it at all.

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Capcom May Remake Resident Evil Remaster

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Despite the temporary debacle regarding an overpriced typewriter included in the $900 worth Premium Edition of the game, fans have been nothing else but extremely supportive towards the upcoming release and that tells the company how much crazy people are over the world about the RE franchise.

Capcom even attempted of teasing Resident Evil 3 Remake by Tweeting an image of the game's villain Nemesis from their official Twitter account on Friday the 13th of July this year.

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Needless to say, this Tweet has also ignited fire to fan's hype over more Remake projects on RE games in the future and Capcom neither defended nor denied the claim. During Gamescom 2018, director Kazunori Kadoi talks about their plans in an interview and says that, they are only concerned about January 25 right now.

Of course, they would love to explore the possibilities in future with other potential classic titles but at this very moment, they are not willing to commit to anything in advance.

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He believes that enough time has passed that they can remake the Resident Evil HD Remaster version and it won't look ridiculous. Besides, the idea of remake the remake is something they would love to work with and that is not for the sake of milking the franchise.

So much more could be done with a revamped fan-favorite game without feeding to nostalgia. A generation wide gap could bridge up between modern day players and seasoned veterans of Resident Evil series.

"Certainly enough time has passed that it wouldn’t be laughable to remake the remake. I personally think that would be an interesting thing to do."
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Capcom also requests fans to not call the 2019's upcoming game as a remake, because they are simply revisiting old settings with a slightly altered storyline. Familiar faces like Claire Redfield and Sherry Birkin are being reimagined 20 years after their original debut.

Experience of the Spencer Mansion and Racoon City Police Department are brought back for fans to revisit. Since the 2002 HD Remaster is acclaimed for graphics and gameplay, they want to slightly tinker with that for improvement.

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If Capcom wants people to go back to the roots of their survival horror legacy from the very beginning with Resident Evil 2 Remake, it essentially isn't a bad thing at all. Games like Resident Evil Zero and Resident Evil 4 would probably top at most fan's remake list when they do.

At least, it would allow players to enjoy those classic titles on modern day gaming platforms like PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 4 Pro, Xbox One and Xbox One X.

Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Resident Evil 2 Remake Claire Redfield Gameplay Demo

Straight out of Gamescom 2018, Capcom releases a gameplay demo of Claire Redfield from Resident Evil 2 Remake.

Despite having a release date scheduled for next year, survival horror game Resident Evil 2 Remake from developer/publisher Capcom is creating a buzz all the time after being revealed at E3 2018 press conference.

At the ongoing Gamescom 2018, a new batch of screenshot featuring the game's second lead Claire Redfield is dropped earlier from her campaign mode and fans lost their minds. Wait until you take a look at the new gameplay demo where she gets into some real action.

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Resident Evil 2 Remake Claire Redfield Gameplay Demo

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Following is the newly released gameplay video of RE2 Remake where Claire arrives in Raccoon City when all things gone to hell.




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The video opens up with Claire trying to reach out to young Sherry Birkin, a little girl trying to hide behind boxes and then a monstrous figure shows up from behind, who turns out to be a G-Virus infected William Birkin, former researcher of Umbrella.

She immediately draws her gun and fight for survival begins as she tries to fend her against the G-monster as it constantly chases her with a pipe and she shots fire at him from her iconic M79 grenade launcher to smoke him for good.

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Sherry Saw Something Scary

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However, the endgame of the fight is not shown but it is implied that she somehow managed to drive away Birkin and as she both try to get out with Sherry, they come across corrupt Chief Brian Irons who holds Claire at gunpoint before the video fades out.

Initially, the reason for her arrival in the city was to find her brother Chris Redfield but she got tangled into the zombie outbreak instead that has ravaged the entire city and met another survivor, who is rookie cop Leon S Kennedy.

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William Birkin in G-Form

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This is the first time we got a good look at Claire Redfield gameplay footage following her debut at E3. Though some people are saying that she resembles to Zoey, a character from another survival horror title Left 4 Dead, she still looks amazing in her reinvented design.

Capcom previously mentioned that they are getting rid of the "zapping system", so that players don't require taking turn at stories in Resident Evil 2 Remake when it releases on January 25, 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Resident Evil 2 Remake Reveals Claire Redfield Images

Capcom releases new screenshots of Resident Evil 2 Remake project at Gamescom 2018, showcasing Claire Redfield.

After three years of waiting following an official announcement from developer/publisher Capcom to work on Resident Evil 2 Remake project, we got the first ever official look at E3 2018 press conference in a very first trailer.

We got a gameplay demo to realize how gory it really is and have two different special edition of the game confirmed as well. Now, what we have out of Gamescom 2018 is a batch of new images featuring Claire Redfield, co-lead to rookie cop Leon S Kennedy.

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Resident Evil 2 Remake Reveals Claire Redfield Images

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These new screenshots of Claire from RE2Make looks incredibly beautiful and they are mostly derived from Claire's campaign, which will be separate from Leon’s scenario. Despite from going back to familiar locations and scenarios, Remake will offer a lot more that will even surprise the seasoned vets.

One of the images shows Claire with Sherry Birkin, possibly trying to protect the kid from her father and an Umbrella researcher, William Birkin with her signature M79 grenade launcher.

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Claire Comes to Raccoon City

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Original RE2 used to allow Claire’s launcher to fire different types of grenade rounds but as the Remake version allows players to craft their own ammunition, there are scopes for some potential experiment.

Ammo is very scarce, making it mandatory to pay mind towards resource management. In the middle of a zombie outbreak in Raccoon City, college student Claire wouldn't have survived in the first place among the undeads without her street smart attitude.

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Running Scared With Sherry Birkin

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In earlier days, developers made a version for Resident Evil 2, which was 60% complete but was scrapped later because it seemed not scary enough to them. To maintain the connection to the original game from the survivor horror classic series, they replaced a primary character named Elza Walker and replaced her with Claire, who was the sister of Chris Redfield.

She took the lead in Resident Evil: Code - Veronica and Resident Evil Revelations 2 later to become an iconic role from the franchise.

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Mutated William Birkin

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Since, Resident Evil 2 is widely considered as the best game in the series, everyone's hopes are high regarding the remade version of the game that will release on January 25, 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

An Xbox One X version with graphical enhancements will come out the same day and can be switched to a 60 FPS option. In an attempt to back to their roots of survival horror, Capcom has reached a new deep and it is gory as hell! Also gameplay footage of Claire Redfield is coming soon!

Friday, August 10, 2018

Resident Evil 2 Remake Premium Edition Announced

The Premium Edition of Resident Evil 2 Remake worth $900 feels overpriced for a Bluetooth mechanical keyboard and masking tapes.

Back in 2015, when producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi were announcing about their attempt for Resident Evil 2 Remake, he may not have anticipated that how much overwhelming the crowd response would be when they would finally reveal the first look at the project at E3 2018 press conference in Los Angeles.

We got a trailer, gameplay reveal and even confirmation for a Collector’s Edition already. Recently, developer/publisher Capcom has unveiled a Premium Edition for Japan.

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Resident Evil 2 Remake Premium Edition Announced

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For a whooping 99,800 Yen or around somewhat $900, this Premium Edition for RE2Make happens to be the most pricey piece of merch and fans are baffled by this overpriced surprise.

Titled Biohazard RE: 2 Z Version Premium Edition, the package contains a copy of the full game, a 12-inch statue of Leon Kennedy in his RPD uniform, 32-page official art book, CD of original soundtracks, voucher code to download DLC, a renovation design poster of Raccoon Police Station and the iconic item box.

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Premium Ink Ribbon Package

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However, these are all the contents you can get in a Collector’s Edition and are roughly worth $225. The question remains, what is the rest of the money are for? Turns out, an official vintage modeled Lexington typewriter that is actually a bluetooth enabled USB keyboard and four ink ribbons rolled up as masking/washi tape are what raises the price.

This fully-functional keyboard compatible with Mac and Windows has a stand on it not to put a blank paper but to mount your tablet or smartphone.

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Despite trying to make the design of the typewriter as traditional as possible, it doesn't look anything like the one shown in Resident Evil 2 Remake. If you simply order the original model of this modified version, you can acquire it for only $249.

Therefore, it takes approximately $475 to get all of the goodies mentioned above. Two in-game items, Samurai Edge – Chris and Jill Model pistols doesn't seem to cost much as well. So, we are still trying to figure out what that extra $425 is for!

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Typewriters from Resident Evil 2 Remake

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Now we are not sure if the pack is Japan-only release or will it ever come to North America and any other region but will find out soon. January 25, 2019, the survivor horror classic is expected to release for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One priced only $59.99 for the base game.

Capcom is also backing up Resident Evil 2: The Board Game as an official tabletop creation and apparently is very interested in producing more remake titles in future seeing massive positive feedback from die-hard fans.

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Capcom Open to More Resident Evil Remake

According to their recent financial results, Capcom is definitely on board for more Resident Evil Remake.

Although developer/publisher Capcom took almost three years just to reveal the first look for upcoming survivor horror classic Resident Evil 2 Remake at E3 2018 press conference after initially announcing the project in 2015, fans reaction to their effort was mostly positive despite some minor fraction of the fan-base.

The venture began with Resident Evil HD Remaster back in 2015 by releasing a high-definition version of the original game and now looks like they are going to remake more titles.

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Capcom Open to More Resident Evil Remake

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As their first quarter financial results call came out recently, they were discussing their strategy with market in a Q&A session, where they talked about Monster Hunter: World and a few other titles from their mobile game library.

They also stated that following favorable reception of RE2 Remake at E3, Capcom is thinking about exploring further with variety of properties they still have in fold, which clearly suggests more Resident Evil games will join the remake march when RE2MAKE succeeds.

It was received very well at E3, and in order to tie this first success to actual sales we are working out our promotional strategy. Further, regarding remakes and rereleases of titles in our back catalog, we expect to explore these further with a variety of properties as a part of our strategy to utilize our library of IP.

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After RE2 Remake, Resident Evil 3: Nemesis is arguably the most fitting title to receive the remake treatment. Partly, because it is the next most deserving game in the series to get reworked and mostly because, doing that will complete a classic trilogy of game being remade.

Besides, fans are hugely speculating RE3 to be the next in line of getting revamped when Capcom posted a photo of titular monster Nemesis on their official Twitter account on Friday the 13th of July.

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Fan-Favorite Resident Evil 2 Characters

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Considered the best game in the series, Resident Evil 2 not only has some of the franchise defining moments but also some of the scariest ones. Two of the fan-favorite characters Claire Redfield and Leon Kennedy made their debut through this installment as well.

Players also get to revisit the tragic tale of another beloved character Lieutenant Marvin Branagh of Raccoon City Police Department who does more than just sitting around wounded and came to save Leon's life at one point.

Friday, July 20, 2018

Resident Evil 2 Remake Collector’s Edition Announced

Capcom reveals info on a special collector’s edition for Resident Evil 2 Remake and talks more about development.

Ever since we had our first-look at survival horror classic Resident Evil 2 Remake during E3 2018 press conference, it seems to get a lot of attention from fans and press alike. Well, this happens to be pretty normal for a most-anticipating game remake project that goes completely silent about development progress for three years after initial announcement.

Recently, developer and publisher Capcom just revealed the news of a collector's edition for the game at San Diego Comic-Con.

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Resident Evil 2 Remake Collector’s Edition Announced

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Fresh out of Resident Evil panel at SDCC, we have news on a special Resident Evil 2 Collector’s Edition, available at GameStop only for $199.99. RE2 Deluxe Edition contains the full game, a 12" figure of Leon in his RPD uniform, a 32-page Ben’s File art book, voucher code to download 25 track from digital album and an RPD renovation design poster.

A DLC pack included in the package offers Arklay Sheriff and Noir costume for Leon while Claire receives Military, Noir and Elza Walker costume from Resident Evil 1.5.

RELATED: Resident Evil 2 Remake E3 Gameplay Demo

It's been quite some time that everyone is mostly talking about everyone's favorite rookie cop Leon Kennedy and not about the other most important character of Resident Evil 2; Claire Redfield. She came in Raccoon City looking for her brother Chris and her design is also updated with new look that offer more details of her appearance.

The developer team discussed a lot about keeping resemblance to her original design and ultimately came up with something that suits the reinvention.

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A brand-new still image of RE2 female protagonist Claire Redfield entering Raccoon City on her motorcycle was released today at SDCC as well.

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Claire Redfield Enters Raccoon City

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Producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi of RE2 Remake talked about details regarding the features included in this version. Leon Kennedy received a younger looking treatment to make that rookie look convincing enough on him.

Using 3D scanning, he was modeled after male model Eduard Badaluta almost three years ago. However, only his face was used to portray Leon in-game. A physical version of costume and movements were created with photorealistic graphics of modern day.

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Remaking a fan-favorite classic after ages and live up to everyone's expectation is no easy task, especially when people are very much emotionally attached to it. However, developers at Capcom have invested their heart and soul for the project and it was all possible because of the overwhelming demand of true fans.

Featured characters and their surrounding environment in Raccoon City received a complete visual overhaul using their powerful RE Engine, arriving on January 25, 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Resident Evil 2 Remake's Hardest Part Was Alligator

Producers of Resident Evil 2 Remake reveal that giant Alligator was a real challenge to recreate.

It has been more than a month that the news of survival horror classic Resident Evil 2 Remake was fully revealed at E3 2018 press conference with an astonishing trailer, followed by a reinvented gameplay demo.

However, hype about the game is still too high and players are having a tough time waiting till January 25, 2019 when it will release for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Producers of the game gave an interview to Daily Star talking about the toughest part of this project.

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Resident Evil 2 Remake's Hardest Part Was Alligator

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Aside from facing murderous monsters and fighting zombies, limited resource management and puzzle solving were one of the most important parts of it. The first encounter with a Licker on roof or bumping into Mr. X was quite an experience.

However, crossing paths with a giant alligator underneath Raccoon City sewers was one jump-scary moment for sure. Game producers Tsuyoshi Kanda and Yoshiaki Hirabayashi have recently stated it as one of the toughest part to recreate.

RELATED: Resident Evil 2 Remake E3 Gameplay Demo

Tsuyoshi Kanda pointed out that 20 years back, they could have gotten away with a lot of things but now they cannot, because of today's motion-captured graphics and photo-real environment.

It was so hard to convincingly putting it into the game that they actually considered skipping the part at one point but then continued thinking of possible fan backlash. Otherwise, Rookie cop Leon Kennedy being a man of average size with a knife battling an alligator makes no sense.

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Raccoon City Urban Legend

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Besides, this was one of the fan-favorite moments from the game that players have an emotional attachment to and that nostalgia factor is not easy to give up. So, making things look realistic and making it as convincing was their main goal.

Hirabayashi earlier confirmed that Hunk and Tofu are also returning in Resident Evil 2 Remake as well. So, if you have ever heard of any rumor of Alligator, Hunk or Tofu not being a part of the game, you can simply dismiss them now.

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Obviously, RE2 wasn't the first title they tried to remake from their popular survival horror franchise and original Resident Evil were the first one to receive reworking treatment in 2002. After years of fan petition, publisher Capcom finally decided to gave fans what they have been wanting for so long.

Then upon initial announcement in 2015, RE2 Remake eventually revealed in a new look this year. Despite many expressing disappoint for changing perspective, hopefully it is for the best.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Resident Evil 2 Remake Have No Plans for Switch Release

Development team of Resident Evil 2 Remake project currently has no plan for a Nintendo Switch version.

During E3 2018 press conference, the news of Resident Evil 2 Remake made the most amount of buzz to horror fans as their dream of a remake of original RE2 is finally coming true. We know now that Capcom will use some deleted concepts and old character design, while getting rid of the zapping system for good.

Though the game is announced to launch on January 25, 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, a Nintendo Switch port is not happening at the same time.

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Resident Evil 2 Remake Have No Plans for Switch Release

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Unfortunately, developers have decided to opt out from bringing the survival horror classic to next generation of Nintendo console just yet. They have moved ahead with time by upgrading graphics to top-notch level, which might be a herculean task to port for Switch.

Although, first-person shooter games like Doom and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus from Bethesda Softworks has already made their way to Switch, Capcom may just sit this one down for this instance.

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Recently, brand manager Mike Lunn of Capcom has set the record straight for any rumor there was for RE2 Remake heading towards Switch by saying:

No, not at this time. We just wanted to focus on PS4, Xbox One, and PC at the moment.

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He also admitted that, their team has given that idea a thought during development but then debunked for the time being. When it comes to competition, Nintendo is one of the biggest rivals for Microsoft and Sony to release third-party titles.

Besides, Resident Evil: Revelations and RE: Revelations 2 are already ported to the portable platform of the company. This year, Resident Evil 7 has also debuted on the same port in cloud form, giving a logical hint for RE2 to do the same.

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However, not for a single time Capcom has gone on record saying that they will never port the game to Nintendo Switch. In fact, they completely not denying the possibly actually suggests that when they clear up the current commitment to remake project of Resident Evil 2, they might get on board Switch train and that is not before 2019 of course.

Meaning, Switch owners will not be exploring a Raccoon City overrun by zombies as rooky cop Leon Kennedy or college student Claire Redfield anytime soon.

Sunday, June 17, 2018

Resident Evil 2 Remake Will Have Simple Story Mode

Resident Evil 2 Remake will get rid of the "zapping system" to feature different campaigns for Leon and Claire.

After their immense success of remastering the original Resident Evil game, Resident Evil 2 remake project was a long-overdue considering it was eventually announced back in 2015 by developer/publisher Capcom.

So, it is safe to say that this survival horror classic from 20 years ago was one of the most anticipating reveal on E3 2018 press conference. We know that even though it is based on the original game, a few aspects will change and one of them is its main story mode.

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Resident Evil 2 Remake Will Have Simple Story Mode

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Those who started playing the game in the earlier days with either rookie cop Leon S. Kennedy or college student Claire Redfield, are well aware of a "zapping system", where each of them had their turns at the story.

Some players were very much fond of this idea and some just outright hated it because it was so tiresome to go back over the area you already played through once more so that you can have an alternate perspective of the situation. That ends with RE2 remake.

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This is one of the biggest features that developers have decided to change and re-invent as producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi expressed in a recent interview. Although the "zapping system" was reused in Resident Evil 0 for its popularity, they are getting rid of that now to make it really simple.

Claire and Leon are both getting their separate campaigns for not making players choose between Claire A/Leon B and Leon A/Claire B, like they all used to. You are still getting both of their perspective but one at a time.

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Claire and Leon's Campaigns

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Separating the campaigns are the effort of making it more appealing to modern audience and stretching the whole story in 4 different scenarios cannot be any more boring that it sounds already.

In the original RE2, one campaign was focused on William Birkin and he appears as a boss and in another, players are faced by a Tyrant monster named Mr. X. In both states, Ada Wong shows up and interacts with Leon differently, which will also be interesting to see in RE2 remake version.

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By simplifying campaign modes, Capcom is actually making a smart choice just like the way they added a third-person viewpoint like Resident Evil 4 to get rid of that boring fixed camera angles during zombie killing.

Currently, Resident Evil 2 Remake is scheduled for a release on January 25, 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Thanks to the RE game engine which made Resident Evil 7 possible, Raccoon City and flesh-eating zombie residents will return to its gory glory soon to hunt our heroes.

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Resident Evil 2 Remake to Include Deleted Concepts

Upcoming Resident Evil 2 Remake will feature unused concept arts and characters from Resident Evil 1.5.

Upcoming remake of survival horror game Resident Evil 2 from Capcom has created a lot of buzz after unloading a brand-new announcement trailer at E3 2018 press conference along with a bunch of still from the project.

From what we can tell, this is a whole new game built on the base of the original RE2 and many of the horror elements are redefined. While they are at it, the developers decided to use deleted concept arts and character designs from an early version of the game.

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Resident Evil 2 Remake To Include Deleted Concepts

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Before it became a horror classic, an early version of the game titled, Resident Evil 1.5 has been worked on to near completion but later got cancelled.

The initial plans had the players going back to the destroyed Spencer Mansion and engage in fight with plant-like enemies, a possible boss character blended with Albert Wesker until they came up with the plan of spreading the horror to the outskirts of Raccoon City. Developer team had completed almost 60 percent of this version before it was scrapped.

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RE 1.5 at first starred rooky cop Leon Kennedy taking charge but instead of Chris Redfield's street savvy sister Claire Redfield, there was a character named Elza Walker, who was also a college student like Claire.

Leon and Elza would have started their journey from being trapped inside Raccoon City police station, whereas the place was for the protagonists to gather information about the outbreak in the original release. Just because the producers thought it was dull, it got reworked.

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Unused Concepts From Resident Evil 1.5

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Despite having some close resemblance to the title, RE2 has some noticeable differences like several enemies including a Human Spider, some weapons like assault rifles and grenades, as well as a totally different design for the RPD building.

Elements from Resident Evil 1.5 eventually become resources for modders, who keep recreating the game over the years. By the looks of it, Resident Evil 2 remake will include some of the unused concept like a coat for Ada Wong and a red jacket for Claire Redfield.

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However, Resident Evil 2 Deluxe Edition will reportedly feature a skin of Elza Walker for Claire and that make sense as they both shares a lot of similarities and traits. It will also allow players to switch between the soundtrack of RE2 Remake and the original game to bring back the retro experience.

It was a wise decision back then to redo the whole project as it became an old-school classic but it sure would be nice of them to drop some easter eggs from those days in the remake game.

Resident Evil 2 Remake E3 Gameplay Demo

One of Capcom’s renowned titles Resident Evil 2 is remade in a newly fleshed out, gory image that looks really incredible.

After releasing the first E3 trailer for one of their most anticipating project Resident Evil 2 Remake only two days earlier on E3 2018 press conference, developer/publisher Capcom decides to be generous enough and offer a glimpse at their re-engineered gameplay system for the game.

So, they played a live demo of RE2 during PlayStation Live at E3 while discussing what are the changes they did and how it going to redefine the genre of survival horror with this classic title.

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Resident Evil 2 Remake E3 Gameplay Demo

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The live demo looks pretty incredible, displaying footage from beginning hour at Raccoon City after the outbreak sets all hell loose.




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At the showcase, RE2 remake demo opens up with rookie cop Leon S. Kennedy joining for duty and goes inside Raccoon City Police Department looking for clues. While trying to keep the vibe of the original game intact, they tried to get rid of the fixed camera angles and made the zombie killing experience more enjoyable.

Newly added third-person viewpoint works a lot like Resident Evil 4. However, maintaining the roots, this game will focus less on shooter aspect akin to later entries to the series.

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Even though it is called a remake, the entire game is being rebuilt over the base content of the original but developers are not doing a direct clone. Promises of including new elements of gameplay is what we already know about with building barricades to fend off an incoming horde trying to get you.

Restrooms are one of the new additions that RE2 never had before. Things that did not change are the use of knife and scarcity of ammunition to keep players on their toes.

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Modernizing The Classic

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Resident Evil 2 Remake is currently set to release on January 25, 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Capcom's revolutionary RE game engine that helped them built Resident Evil 7 is used to re-create the title.

It surely will be a fun experience seeing Raccoon City coming back to life once again, reinvented to instill fear in our hearts and reliving the experience in all-new, all-different view will never be the same.