Resident Evil 4 Remake lacks what made the original special

Resident Evil 4 Remake lacks what made the original special
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Welcome back! It’s a new Tuesday, which means tonight there will be a new episode of Spot Dodge: A Live Nintendo Podcast exclusively on Destructoid. Topics: The team talks about the recent window displays for the demon resident Y Silent Hill franchises Resident Evil Village Gold Edition looks excellent and Capcom finally shows off a ton of Resident Evil 4 Redo. Bloober Team has been tasked with redoing considerable work silent hill 2 Can they pull it off? We are also getting much more new Silent Hill experiences.

The Resident Evil 4 remake seems to be shaping up nicely in a lot of ways. First, it is absolutely amazing. Second, I’m really glad they’re bringing back Leon’s follow-up acrobatic attacks in combat. And third, Leon’s hair is perfect.

However, one negative thing that struck me was the lack of camp and comedic undertones in the images we saw. Seems so fucking serious. And while the original had its serious moments, it was all wrapped up in cutesy but lovable dialogue and characters. The original Resident Evil 4 It has so many memorable characters, from León, Ada and Luis, to eccentric bosses like Bitores “the big cheese” Méndez, Salazar and the great villain Roman Sadler. They all came equipped with cutesy dialogue, funny one-liners, and charming personalities.

The dialogue in RE4 It perfectly walked the line between cheesy and embarrassing and brought to life a cast of characters that have stuck with so many gamers to this day. Hopefully Capcom just keeps things grounded for marketing, but in the actual game, things are crazy like OG Resident Evil 4.

Our lovely cast from across the web: Brett Medlock (me) and Mary Stowe from Destructoid, John Friscia from The Escapist, Greg Bargas from PC Invasion, and Brett Larsen, our special guest. Behind the scenes, Eric Weichhart of Gamurs is live editing this week’s show.

Spot Dodge is a weekly Nintendo podcast here at Destructoid where we spend an hour or two going over the latest Nintendo news and talking about the games we’re playing. If you’re a fan of Nintendo Switch, RPGs, or just having fun, Spot Dodge will be a great addition to your podcast rotation.

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