Resident Evil 3 is a fully-fledged remake of the 1999 classic, following in the footsteps of last year’s fantastic Resident Evil 2.
The “Capcom Renaissance” has become a common term amongst the gaming community in recent times. After a few years in relative obscurity and lacking the blockbuster power of generations past, the Japanese publisher came out swinging with hit after hit, whether it be the stellar Resident Evil 2 Remake, Devil May Cry 5 or the absurdly popular Monster Hunter World. Everything Capcom touched turned into gold, but can it do the same with Resident Evil 3?
Coming just a year after Capcom remade its predecessor, this feels both sudden and welcome, but does it do enough to stand out from the masterful reimagining that came before it? It sadly doesn’t reach the same heights thanks to an incredibly brief campaign and underwhelming multiplayer in the form of Resident Evil Resistance.
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