Capcom has detailed some of the features found in the upcoming Wii release of Resident Evil Archives along with passing along the PAL region box art.
Eh, lets see how it turns out. I still rather see a RE2 remake on the PS3 and 360.
Its gonna be crap. Its basically the same GC remake with wii motion controls
And you know this because you've foretold the future? Just another hypocritical N4G member. Agree with me because I'm God.
Disagree with you cuz your a deusche.
Cry my a river homofag.
RE:2 is hella overrated to begin with. But hey. They say this remake is going to have like 10 different endings. Finally a Wii game with some replayability. That's like Castlevania: SOTN but with 2.5x more JiZZLE!
I don't really see why they're making these. IDK if I'm mistaken but as far as I can remember they aren't doing anything new with the controls so the main improvement will prolly be widescreen. If you're gonna remake these games(after the perfectly playable GCN versions)why wouldn't you add a bit more than w/s and some polish(to the actual gameeplay not extras)?
This and the new silent hill make me want a wii, luckily at my brothers place they have one I might be able to play some :)
You're better off just getting Silent Hill (I'm looking forward to it myself, BTW!) because this RE is just the Gamecube version. There's no motion control or anything, it's just Capcom milking money from Wii owners. Hell, go and buy the Gamecube version and you'll have RE: Archives before anyone else!
i'm tired of people whining about all these remakes that are being made. there are a few things that these people need to keep in mind. A majority of wii owners are not hardcore gamers and aren't familiar with these remakes. These owners are most likely new to the scene and have missed out on such great games. So by re-releasing such games on a platform with a market that is mostly new to the scene, businesses like capcom are introducing name brand games of the past (with little cost to the company) to these newcomers, and almost promising themselves an even bigger audience for future brand name games such as Resident Evil 6 or whatever.
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