Capcom's survival horror misstep shambles back to life.
As I explore the atmospheric hallways of Resident Evil Zero HD Remaster, Iím conflicted. Iíve always enjoyed the games from the early years of this series -- the original take on survival horror made clever use of fixed camera angles, limited resources, and stiff controls to create a distinct style of fear. And this HD update looks and plays like a modern game, and so is certainly the best way to experience this particular game. However, the superficial improvements that successfully update this old school Resident Evil gameís look and feel canít cover up its deeper underlying problems: predictable pacing, weak story, and forgettable enemies. None of what was wrong with the original is fixed in this version.

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