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Submitted by -Mezzo- 538d ago | interview

Resident Evil: Revelations Interview – Masachika Kawata Talks Horror, and the Series' Roots

X360A - Resident Evil brought survival horror to the mainstream way back in 1996, arguably kickstarting a renewed interest in zombies and creature features in the process. Fixed camera angles, static scenery and lateral thinking gradually gave way to a third-person perspective, movie-style production values and cinematics, becoming the more action-focused Resident Evil we know today. (Masachika Kawata, PS3, Resident Evil Revelations, Xbox 360)

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