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Resident Evil 4 HD
Resident Evil 4 HD

PlayStation 3 | Xbox 360
Genre: Action Players: 1 to 0
Developer: Capcom
Publisher: Capcom Classification: MA15+
Release Date:
September 2011
Monday, 16 July 2018
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:24pm 16/07/18 | 0 Comments
And sure Capcom released a HD version of Resident Evil 4 a few years ago on PC, alongside re-releases across basically every platform, but that version mostly kept the old textures. Making the already blurry visuals even blurrier - in HD. And so a group of fans has taken it upon themselves to bring the visual look of the classic action title much more in line with, well, how we remember it.

Where it turns out that the group, and Resident Evil super fans, went so far as to visit key locations that Capcom used to originally source textures to capture and replace in-game artwork with new versions that are 16 times the resolution of the original textures. The results speak for themselves, as seen in the following trailer marking a recent release for the Resident Evil 4 HD Mod Project.

For more info, including details on the current update, head here. As one of the all-time great action games, this new visual overhaul makes the PC version with this mod the definitive version to play.
Tuesday, 12 August 2014
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:23am 12/08/14 | 2 Comments
With The Evil Within bearing down on unsuspecting gamers in just under two months time, we decided to take a look at Shinji Mikami's most critically acclaimed work -- Resident Evil 4.

This retrospective look at the game isn't merely a case of timing, it's also an important reminder about how big-budget Triple-A games can change the landscape for the better by leading by example, taking the right risks and putting gameplay first and foremost. This is an important read for anyone who never played the game, which is still readily available on most platforms, and should stand as a nice piece of nostalgia for anyone else who sunk so much into the game.

Click here for our Resident Evil 4 retrospective, and feel free to suggest future retrospective explorations in the Comments section.
Wednesday, 22 January 2014
Post by Eorl @ 03:24pm 22/01/14 | 1 Comments
Capcom has today announced that their HD re-release of Resident Evil 4 will be making its way to PC come February 28th, and will include a number of PC-exclusive features like Steam Cloud support and Steam Trading Cards.
Resident Evil 4 will include Steam platform support with Steam Achievements, Steam Cloud, Steam Trading Cards, global leaderboards, and full game controller support. The new PC version will include everything from the prior iterations including subtitle support in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, and Japanese as well as previously released bonus content such as the Separate Ways epilogue.

In Resident Evil 4, special agent Leon S. Kennedy is sent on a mission to rescue the U.S. President’s daughter who has been kidnapped. Finding his way to a rural village in Europe, he faces new threats that are a departure from the traditional lumbering zombie enemies of the earlier installments in the series. Leon battles horrific new creatures infested by a new threat called Las Plagas and faces off against an aggressive group of enemies including mind-controlled villagers that are tied to Los Illuminados, the mysterious cult which is behind the abduction.
Those wondering whether their computers will be able to handle the HD release can find both the minimum and recommended system requirements over here, though at a glance a even your most standard computers should be able to run this one.

Tuesday, 4 October 2011
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:54am 04/10/11 | 0 Comments
The years-end might be jam-packed with some serious modern gaming, but it's always good we remember our roots, especially if said roots have been HDified and are actually Resident Evil 4.

We sent Chad Drake out on review duties to yesteryear to see if Resi 4 still packs the same punch it did in 2006, where it left its mark as one of the most progressive and important action games of all-time.

Thankfully it looks like it has, and while clearly scarred by the frenetic, frantic, visceral and downright scary experience, Chad managed to dish out this review for us.