Posts Tagged ‘Resident Evil 4 HD’

The 25 Best Action Games On PC

You probably like action games. But which ones should you like best?! We’ve narrowed it down to 25, and then put them in the unimpeachably correct order. Read on for details of the best action biff-zap-collect-me-do gaming you can stuff down your trousers.

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The 25 Best Horror Games On PC

Below you will find the 25 best horror games ever released on PC. To ensure the list was as accurate as possible, the compiler was locked in a dark cellar with a copy of every game in existence and a computer capable of running them all. Two weeks later, the following article was found written on the walls in blood (the postscript was recorded on an audiolog). The writer was nowhere to be seen.

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Shiny Shiny: The Resident Evil 4 HD Project

WIP it good.

If I were prone to making rash, sweeping declarations, I might say “Resident Evil 4 is the best action game.” Then I’d hastily add “Wait, maybe this side of Vanquish?” Then “Hang on, what do I mean by ‘action game’?” And “I’m not sure I mean that.” Followed finally by “I shouldn’t have said that.” Let’s settle for: Resident Evil 4 is very good. And now it can be a fair bit prettier, if you want.

The first big release of texture pack RE4 HD Project dropped over Christmas, making over the first section of Capcom’s own HD revamp. The makers are trying so hard to recreate it faithfully, they’re tracking down real-world places and objects Capcom digitised.

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The Evil Within Puts It All Out There

Start To Spooky Hospital: 16 seconds. Yep, horror game, goddit.

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Wot I Think: Resident Evil 4 HD

The problem with a classic is that it’s a classic. The medium doesn’t matter – if enough people agree something’s great, then discourse around it is reduced to little more than glowing generalisations and snarky counter-thrusts. Some consider Resident Evil 4 one of the best vidyagames ever created; others counter that, good as it may have been, the world has long since moved on from grotesque monsters, tank controls and rescuing the president’s sizeably-bosomed daughter.

Resi 4 deserves more so, with a little help from director Shinji Mikami, let’s look at the anatomy of a classic.
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