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[NGC] Resident Evil Remake

Discussão em 'Nintendo' iniciada por Korben_Dallas, 13 de Abril de 2002. (Respostas: 62; Visualizações: 10299)

  1. Korben_Dallas

    Korben_Dallas Zwame Advisor

    Though it isn't the originator of the genre, Resident Evil for the PlayStation is widely regarded as the reason the so-called survival horror genre is so prominent in the console-game industry today. Its graphics, sound, and presentation were executed so well that some of those playing the game actually experienced a legitimate sense of dread, forcing them to walk slowly around corners or into the shadows for fear that a zombie or some other horrible creature would be lurking there. But as numerous sequels and new survival horror franchises arrived on the market, the original Resident Evil was slowly pushed out of the public consciousness.

    The lighting in the game is extremely well done.
    Seeing an opportunity to capitalize on this, Capcom went to work on a remake of Resident Evil for the GameCube. Instead of simply porting the game over with a few enhancements here and there, Capcom has made a very strong effort to make Resident Evil for the GameCube seem like an entirely new game--even for those who played the original on the PlayStation. Given the original's popularity, such an undertaking would seem to be a little daunting, but, to a certain extent, it seems like Capcom has succeeded. Both the graphics and sound have been significantly enhanced to take advantage of the extra power offered by the GameCube hardware. But more importantly, several entirely new sections and puzzles have been added to the infamous Resident Evil mansion--there will be numerous times where you'll try to remember if a particular room, puzzle, or scene was in the original game or not.

    In fact, you'll notice something different about the GameCube version of Resident Evil almost immediately. At the beginning of the game, you can select from two different options that affect its difficulty level. Essentially, if you select the first option, then you'll be able to carry more items in your inventory, but the mansion will have more zombies. If you choose the second option, you can't hold as many items, but there are far fewer zombies walking around in certain rooms. Despite the fact that you can carry more items, the first option is incredibly difficult because the zombies in Resident Evil for the GameCube are much tougher than those in recent Resident Evil games and even those found in the original PlayStation version. Add to that the importance of conserving ammunition and you can imagine why you're better off choosing the second option to start with.

    The original Resident Evil opened with a full-motion video sequence that used live actors, but the new version features a full CG introduction that has some rather gruesome images of various S.T.A.R.S. members who have fallen victim to the freakish creatures living outside of Racoon City. Once they realize they're not in a particularly good situation, the game's lead characters--Jill, Chris, Barry, and Wesker--make a run for the mansion nearby. Fans of that will be happy to know that the voice acting in the remake is about the same

    The control in Resident Evil for the GameCube has only received a few minor tweaks. The default control scheme is set up so that the analog stick lets you maneuver the character onscreen, but instead of a Devil May Cry-like setup where the character automatically faces and moves in the direction he or she is pointed in, you actually have to rotate your characters into the appropriate direction before they can start to walk. Fortunately, Capcom has integrated a feature that lets you perform a quick 180-degree turn by simply tapping the C stick on the GameCube controller. Though relatively miniscule in the greater scheme of things, this one added control feature makes a world of difference when zombies or other enemies confront you, because it will no longer take a few seconds to turn around and run. Aiming and shooting weapons requires you to hold down the right shoulder button and press the A button when you want to shoot.

    Avoiding zombies, decaying dogs, enormous snakes, or even sharks can be quite a challenge, but the zombies present a particular set of problems that force you to stay on your toes. First, there is a new type of zombie that's capable of swiping at you, giving it a little more attack range than ordinary zombies. In addition, this same type of zombie can run after you, so you're better off killing them when you first catch sight of them. The zombies in this version of Resident Evil can also burst through doors, so if you happen to see a door rattling, you'll know there's a zombie on the other side trying to get through. Such clues will allow you to prepare a special bullet-ridden welcome for them.

    In addition to the knife and pistol--which you receive in the early moments of both Jill's mission and Chris' mission--you'll have access to a shotgun, a grenade launcher, and a variety of other high-powered weapons. But, interestingly, the most valuable weapons in this remake aren't the ones that require ammunition. You'll find special knives and taser guns located throughout the mansion, but, unlike the other weapons in the game, these specific items are used strictly for defensive purposes. Whenever a zombie grabs ahold of you for the first time, your character can reach for one of the knives or tasers and attack the zombie with it, giving you a few seconds to change weapons or get in a few shots before the zombie can take its first bite. Typically, these items can only be used once, but if you use a defensive knife and happen to get a headshot on a zombie, then its head will explode and you'll be able to pick the knife back up. The value of these items is increased by the fact that they don't take up any inventory slots.

    There's another powerful item in the game that has a fairly unassuming appearance. When you reach a specific save point, you'll find what looks like a small flask. This flask lets you poor liquid on zombies that causes them to burn, which is important because it prevents zombies from coming back to life and turning into the aforementioned super zombie. If you ever need to refill the flask, you can do so by simply heading back to that particular save area, but unfortunately, you'll rarely have the opportunity to carry this item with you since there are so few inventory slots in both of the two modes.

    The characters and backgrounds blend seamlessly.
    Instead of going for the full 3D look in games like Resident Evil Code: Veronica or even Devil May Cry, Capcom opted to take an approach that's both new and old. All the backgrounds in the game are prerendered, but they make use of a full-motion video technique that lets Capcom add animation and different special effects such as dynamic lighting and shadows. For example, in one part of the mansion, you'll be walking down a long hallway that has absolutely no light, save for the light of the moon and the stars shining through windows--all you can see are the silhouettes of trees swaying in the wind. In another area, you'll be walking down a hallway with a swaying chandelier at the very end, and the chandelier creates a great-looking shadow effect as you walk toward it. Of course, there are some rooms that look much better than others--since some still have a rather plain, static look--but all the rooms have been substantially improved when compared with those in the original game.
    But as great as the mansion looks, the redone outdoor environments and the completely new areas are even better. One of the first new areas is a graveyard located just outside the foyer of the mansion. Once there, you'll see plenty of awesome details like small tufts of grass that sway in the wind and an eerie fog rolling across the ground. Another new outdoor area places you in the forest just outside of the mansion. You'll see small waterfalls cascading down rocks to form small puddles of water that will splash when you step on them. The shark tank, however, is perhaps the most impressive of the redone areas. This particular area is a flooded room that uses an incredible water effect to partially cover the catwalk running through the room, giving the three or four enormous sharks in the room a chance to beach themselves on the catwalk to take a bite out of you. The water effect in this area looks incredible, and it does an excellent job of conveying the sense that you're actually wading through two feet of water.

    The shark tank offers a few new surprises along with a graphical facelift.
    Naturally, the character models have been changed along with the environments, and they look incredible. Capcom has even made enormous improvements to the enemy character models. The giant snake and the sharks look so good that you could easily mistake them for CG if you didn't know any better. Even the average zombie is an improvement on the zombie character models seen in Resident Evil Code: Veronica.

    While there's no question that this game definitely feels like the original Resident Evil, you can't help but feel like you're playing an entirely new game at times. There are enough new puzzles and new areas thrown in that even if you remember how to play the original Resident Evil step for step, it's still going to take you some time to get through the game.

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    Para verem umas cenas com os tubarões saquem este video... VALE A PENA!!
    Saquem AQUI (tráfego nacional)

    Aqui está outro jogo que por si só justifica a compra da Gamecube...
     
  2. Markito85

    Markito85 Power Member

    e ainda ha quem duvide do potencial da GameCube :rolleyes:
     
  3. KorbaX

    KorbaX Power Member

    e por falar em resident evil ... kem ja viu o filme ? epah .. ta bué fixxe =) kem tiver o portunidade ke veja , poix vale a pena .. :001: :001:
     
  4. The_Gamer

    The_Gamer Power Member

    ASSOMBROSO!!!


    Reparem no detalhe do tubarão a chukar contra o vidro!!!

    Estou Maravilhado!!!
     
  5. Korben_Dallas

    Korben_Dallas Zwame Advisor

    Korbax eu sou completamente cinemo-dependente e há filmes que MERECEM SER VISTOS NUMA SALA DE CINEMA (pela 1ª vez pelo menos)...
     
  6. Korben_Dallas

    Korben_Dallas Zwame Advisor

    Qt ao resident Evil... epá PARECE TAR LINDO... não me canso de dizer... saquem os videos e vejam o jogo em movimento... a animação tá perfeita!!! :o
     
  7. Markito85

    Markito85 Power Member

    Desde que o jogo saiu no Japão a GameCube nao para de vender, foi mesmo uma aposta ganha da Nintendo :)
     
  8. Korben_Dallas

    Korben_Dallas Zwame Advisor

    Atenção que é um EXCLUSIVO... bem jogado! :D }>
     
  9. The Zombie

    The Zombie Power Member

    já saiu?

    Como é pessoal?
    O jogo já saíu!
    Já alguêm jogou?? Considerações a tecer???
     
  10. AwakE

    AwakE Banido

    Bem que o gostava de ter, mas n tenho Gamecube e não tou a pensar comprar uma.

    Mas os gráficos pareciam lindos pelo que já vi, e parecia ser um remake que trás realmente mt de novo. Eu quero!!!!!
     
  11. Markito85

    Markito85 Power Member

    Eu tenho o jogo desde terça-feira passada, como ja disse ao Korben Dallas, eu até podia por aqui grande texto mas penso que nao é possivel descrever por palavras a experiencia, o ambiente e a imersao que é jogar Resident Evil, os graficos sao os melhores que ja vim num video jogo, e nao estou a exagerar, perguntem ao Dan que esteve hoje em minha casa e ficou de boca aberta.
    A jogabilidade é a mesma de sempre mas um pouco melhorada, o jogo esta 60% alterado do original em termos de puzzeles, aéras etc... e mesmo um jogo totalmente novo mas com a historia do primeiro e com os cenarios de base, a capcom até brinca com quem jogou o original, quando o jogarem vao preceber o que quero dizer.
    E quando me refiro aos cenarios estao mesmo muito alterados e muitas aréas novas! principalmente fora da mansão, quanto ao som esta divinal! eu que nao tenho medo de nada, nem jogos nem filmes ja saltei umas boas vezes da cadeira a jogar este Resident Evil.
    Divinal! quem tiver uma GameCube na minha opinião este é compra obrigatoria!
     
  12. The Zombie

    The Zombie Power Member

    Buáahhhh:005:
    Marco, não me magoes mais!!
    E eu que amo Zombies!!
    Porque não moro ao pé de ti??:'(
    Eu ainda compro mas é uma Gamecube!!
     
  13. Markito85

    Markito85 Power Member

    Gostas muito de zombies?
    Sabias que neste Resident Evil todos, repito todos os zombies sao diferente uns dos outros, tipo cada um é uma personagem diferente, mulheres, homens, gordos, magros, altos,baixos todos sao pessoas destintas diferentes, e a Capcom acrescentou uma coisa nova, se matarmos um zombie e nao rebentarmos com a cabeça ou pegarmos fogo a eles passado um bom tempo tranformam-se em Crimsom zombies, ficam mais rapidos, fortes e ageis, neste resident evil os zombies tambem sobem escadas, abrem portas, janelas e até saltam.
    Outra inovação sao os Defense Items, por exemplo se tiveres um Dagger e um zombie te tiver prestes a morder podes espetar o dagger na cabeça dele e fugir, ou entao usas a stunt gun que faz uma boa descarga electira sobre eles que é visualmente bonito.
    E melhor de tudo, se tiveres um frasco de gasolina podes espetar na boca deles, apontar a arma e.... BUM! :-D
     
  14. Dan

    Dan Power Member


    É verdade.... [​IMG]

    É um crime ter uma Gamecube e nao ter este jogo :P
     
  15. Rudzer

    Rudzer Power Member

    Pelo pouco que vi o jogo parece tar fixe!

    Marco - sabes se vão haver "remakes" dos outros RE pra GC ?
     
  16. Korben_Dallas

    Korben_Dallas Zwame Advisor

    Supostamente iria ser feito o remake da saga inteira mas neste momento eles estão a dedicar-se ao Resident Evil 0 (zero)... que também parece estar LINDO!
     
  17. Dan

    Dan Power Member

    O RE e exclusivo GC, mas se os proximos serao remakes penso que ainda nao anunciaram mais... no entanto, na saga que tem sido o RE, o RE zero em termos de cronologia do jogo e o 1º :)
     
  18. AwakE

    AwakE Banido

    Os remakes do RE2 e do Nemesis já foram anunciados apesar de ainda n se estar a trabalhar neles.

    Pena que não ganho o meu, senao comprava uma gamecube...devia ter ido trabalhar este semestre....
     
  19. Markito85

    Markito85 Power Member

    Exacto, foram anunciandos remakes do Resident Evil 2 e 3 Nemesis, mas nao esperem remakes da qualidade deste que saiu agora, porque eles neste momento estao a trabalhar no Resident Evil Zero(que em termos de historia é o primeiro de todos) e depois ainda vêm o Resident Evil 4 que tambem ja foi confirmado, na minha opinião eles vao fazer direct port da versao DC do Resident Evil 2 e 3 e apenas melhoram um pouco o aspecto grafico.
     
  20. Rudzer

    Rudzer Power Member

    Que outros jogos é que a Capcom vai lançar pra GC (para alem dos RE's)?
     

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