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Resident Evil 3 Nemesis Game Review
When I think about the Resident Evil 3 remake overall, I think about a very tense game full of action-packed moments that create a very different experience than the Resident Evil 2 remake did. It’s about one of the survivors from the original Resident Evil trying to make her escape from a city that’s fallen apart, as it’s become overrun by zombies. b
But seeing Resident Evil 3 zombies, of course aren’t the only thing you have to worry about. Almost as soon as the game begins, you’re introduced to nemesis, a creature created for the sole purpose of hunting you down and killing you just like a slasher villain from a horror movie.
Strong powerful relentless and just doesn’t know how to stay dead right when you think you’ve got away from him he’s back. he’s their nemesis, he should be the one dictating the tone of the game, always there lurking in the back of your brain pushing you on to rush ahead to get away from him. No time for hanging around in case he catches you and I do get a sense of urgency from the game but not really from him.
From start to finish it feels like one big rush to get to the next area. Obviously, you’re gonna come up against some obstacles in your way but then it’s just a case of okay. Quickly turn around checking a few rooms in the area for whatever it is you need to let you get past whatever it was that was blocking you and then quickly move on to the next part of the game.
The game is made up of lots of little bite-sized sections, all strung together each one not taking long to get through before moving on to the next and this is where it’s so different from Resident Evil 2, because that spent the majority of the game in one main location which you would explore backtrack and slowly unlock.
Resident Evil 3 always been about much smaller areas without as much complexity but with more scripted moments there are optional things to risk going out looking for, like more health ammo or even weapons but as far as the main story goes things are kept pretty straightforward as to what you need or what you need to do to move things along and it makes sense that it’s like this because you’re not trapped in a building looking for a way out.
You’re on a mission and you’ve got a job to do as quickly as possible. I’m fine with personal space, okay I get it, let’s go. I really like the new dodge mechanic where if you time it right, you can lunge out the way of an oncoming enemy attack. It’s particularly important to master when facing off against nemesis because, like it or not you can’t run away from him all the time.
This dodge is all about timing and so to best pull it off, that usually helps if you can keep nemesis in sight. I find myself always swinging the camera around to keep an eye on him behind me and I like that. This adds that feeling of being chased or being hunted.
But I do have some problems with the game. The first being that the first time I played through it, nothing really surprised me. I went into a save room with tons of ammo in it and they were big fights coming up. I saw a glimpse of the liquors tongue so I knew one of those is coming up in a minute. I noticed the streets are empty and the music’s gone mysteriously quiet. It’s almost as if they’re setting up for more often than not.
I found it pretty predictable when the nemesis was about to show up, I don’t get that sense of he may just turn up at any random point, really keeping players on edge he does act differently depending upon certain circumstances. Sometimes, he comes in to save rooms, sometimes he doesn’t.
Sometimes he’ll stand outside watching you creepily through the window but there were no major surprises. I guess this surprised me a bit but that was about it.
My only other issue of the game is with Jill’s famous line from the original resident evil 3. Such a classic moment and one of the highlights of that game, whereas now she does say it but just not at the end, she said it much earlier. It’s maybe a minor thing but it’s a shame that such a fan-favorite moment doesn’t feel as special.
Another thing that’s changed from the original is the removal of the choices that would pop up on screen every now and then like small; choose-your-own-adventure scenarios. I really did expect them to be here as they added a key incentive to go back and replay the game to go and try out all the different options, to see how they affect the game and change which characters do what been saying.
The resident evil 3 remake is still a game that I find very easy to play over and over again by getting better, faster, upping the difficulty and seeing the changes to item and enemy placements.
On completing the game once you open up the shop which has items to buy with a currency earned by doing challenges or simply by completing the game over and over again. Hardcore mode may be too difficult for some at first but by playing through standards a few times and unlocking a few new weapons and power-ups. it soon becomes not so much of a challenge and this does act as a reward in itself for playing through the game multiple times.
It’s length is always going to be a big problem, for some are only a few hours long and I get it. It’s a lot of money if you only play through at once but I really feel like this is an experience that’s designed to be played over and over again and to be mastered. In which case I like that it’s short. if I’ve got an hour or two to spare, I can pop in Resident Evil 3, complete it once again and try for a new fastest time or challenge myself to play it in a restricted kind of way but I do think that more options more variety and more content would make it better.
Resident Evil 2 had four campaigns, all different enough to make worthwhile and yet alone still fun enough to play through multiple times. This game had one, I love the campaign and I will probably play it regularly.
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- Game Name: Resident Evil
- Genre: Action and Adventure
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