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Resident Evil 4 Review

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Time is a fickle mistress. Apparently Resident Evil 4 is 18 years old this year, which feels so wrong given how vivid my memories of excitedly sitting down to play the GameCube game.

Since those short-lived days as a Nintendo exclusive, Leon S. Kennedy’s European vacation has been ported to a dozen other formats and with good reason.

Widely regarded to be the highpoint of Capcom’s survival horror behemoth, RE4 bought a more action-packed approach with a side order of high camp and a whole load of suplexing evil monks.

Now, those still unbelievable 18 years later, the long rumoured and much anticipated Resident Evil 4 Remake is finally here.After Capcom took Resident Evil into a first person perspective with Resident Evil 7 and Village, it at first feels a little jarring returning to 4’s over the shoulder view.

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