When first released in 1996, Resident Evil set the bar for the survival horror genre. With the recent HD Remaster, the question is whether the game can stand on its own as a quality experience for a modern audience. The answer is a qualified yes. If you can look past its many minor flaws and frustrations, Resident Evil HD Remaster will scratch any survival horror itch, and successfully updates a classic for the modern age.
Edgar writes: "Let's take a look at the Resident Evil HD Remaster, how it significantly improved upon the original and became one of the best horror games ever made."
Despite some signs of its age, Resident Evil is still as scary as ever with the remake's recent release on Nintendo Switch.
DSOGaming writes: "These past few weeks have been really interesting as we've seen some truly amazing AI-enhanced texture packs for older games. Final Fantasy 7, Final Fantasy 8, Final Fantasy 9, Half-Life, Max Payne, Morrowind and Doom are just a few of the games that got new high-quality textures that were produced via AI Neural Networks and today, modder ‘Shiryu’ released a new AI-enhanced Texture Pack for Resident Evil HD Remaster."