As one of the games that redefined shooters, fans couldn’t help but think of what awaited them when the remake of Resident Evil 4 was announced.

For everyone else who hasn’t had the privilege of being able to cop the remake or is still contemplating, we’ll hel p you with that in this video by providing a game review of the Resident Evil 4 Remake.


Before everything else, one of the first questions most gamers ask with remakes is: how are the graphics? It’s expected that the first thing to be improved with a remake is its graphics because it will age badly the most.

Luckily for us, the graphics of Resident Evil 4’s remake are pretty good, and they don’t do much for the actual designs and just improve on the graphics themselves.


The story doesn’t change much, and most of what changes in the story is just the way it’s told, which is good. With such a great story for the original, there would be no reason to make many changes.

However, there are some changes to the time some parts of the plot get, like the way villains are wrung out, but it’s not significant enough to change the feel of the game, just improves on certain aspects.


Of course, there are a lot of minor changes, but one of the biggest changes in the remake’s gameplay is how Ashley operates. In the original, you could get Ashley to do two things: Wait or follow.

This changes in the remake, with you, only being able to make Ashley follow you closely, or still follow you but give you some space. This changes an entire aspect of the game. With Ashley following you all the time, she’s more likely to get hurt.

Speaking of hurt, Ashley also no longer has a health bar and will drop to the ground when she takes damage. She’ll die if she gets another hit, and you’ll have to start over again.

With this in mind, you’ll have to be extra careful compared to the original, but that just makes everything more exciting. Plus, with more years of experience under their belts, we’re sure gamers can take on this extra challenge.

Overall Feel

Overall, Resident Evil 4’s remake feels like it’s definitely a justified remake. They didn’t change too much, and most of what changed is for the better.

More importantly, the remake doesn’t fail to encapsulate what made the original so good for it to be considered one of the best games in modern history.

What do you think of the remake? Have you gotten it yet? If not, are you planning on buying it? Let us know by commenting down below!

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Author: Carol