Today, Capcom took a trip down memory lane, reanimating some old footage of a Nintendo 64-era Resident Evil 0 prototype originally shown at Tokyo Game Show in 1999.
I rember being excited when I read about this gsne in Nintendo Power. Then disappointed when it was canceled for the 64, then blown away when it came out on the GCN.
i like a lot more the PROTOTYPE than the other two versions ...i like its more slow paced gameplay , more grounded atmosphere and environment
Looks absolutely beautiful. Man, the wait until next year is gonna kill me!
The remastered version looks great. Can't wait to play it. And am I the only one who would play that 64 version. it's looks cool and cheesy as hell.
I'd rather like to play the n64 original too. Be good as an unlockable in the remaster.
The Gamecube version STILL looks good. Greatest console ever lol.
I remember after basic training and heading to my A school buying a GameCube and after class I would play Resident Evil 0 through the night with my roommate. looking forward to playing it again.
I' buying day 1 to support true survival horror and to hopefully get more remasters like Resident Evil Outbreak 1 & 2, plus Code Veronica. all on PS4.
Outbreak file 1 and 2 were some of the best and hardest in the series. I cant believe they were overlooked.
Agreed. Brought back in HD, online, would be awesome and they deserve a sequel.
I remember seeing a screenshot of this game heading to n64 and was thinking why the fk did they ignore the ps1? I guess delaying it and releasing it with GC type graphics was definitely the way to go.
Its pretty sad that protoype not released for PSX it would be awesome on back PSX days! I would chose this if i were capcome place: release to psx then now remake for ps4 and pc..
Good luck with zero's awful inventory system.
Did I ever tell you your name sucks? Seems like all your opinions do because Zero's Inventory System was the best by FAR of the original styled Resident Evils. Instead of having only one place for items, you choose where they go. It's literally better in every possible way.
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