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Submitted by john2 763d ago | video

Resident Evil 1.5 - Bonus Third-Person Camera Similar To RE 4-6

DSOGaming writes: "Last week, we informed you about an early version of Resident Evil 1.5. Well, good news is that the team has not received yet any C&D letter from Capcom. What really surprised us, though, was the dedication of this team in this project and the fact that they’re experimenting with some ‘modern’ ideas. As a result of that experimentation, Resident Evil 1.5 might feature a third-person camera viewpoint, similar to the one of all recent Resident Evil games. You can view a video from a really early version of it below. Enjoy!" (PC, Resident Evil, Resident Evil 2, Retro)

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DarkBlood  +   763d ago
interesting vid, sounds like the ps1 would of been capable of this but that would take up lots more memory

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