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Resident Evil Zero HD Remaster

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Be prepared to relive the first nightmare in Resident Evil 0, a remastered version of the popular prequel to the original Resident Evil game. This remastered version takes the fear-inducing atmosphere from the original 2002 release and transforms it with stunning new HD visuals, improved sound, widescreen support and an optional modernized control system and more. It’s the best way to experience the story of what really happened before the iconic mansion incident that was the catalyst for the entire Resident Evil saga. The story of Resident Evil 0 takes players back to 1998. Reports have been mounting about unusual murders on the outskirts of Raccoon City. The city’s Special Forces division, S.T.A.R.S., sends their Bravo Team - including rookie cop member Rebecca Chambers - to investigate. On route, the team’s helicopter suffers engine trouble and is forced to make a crash landing, where they find an overturned prisoner transport vehicle.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

if u like getting pissed off play this game

Review from Steam

If you liked Resident Evil 1, you will like this one.
IMPORTANT : if you're trying to complete all achievements, do not save the clear game save in one spot, have one for Easy, another for Normal, another for Hard and another for Wesker mode.
If you overwrite a clear game save with a save from a different difficulty, you lose the ability to replay that difficulty using the weapons you unlocked since you can only use those in the difficulty you unlocked them in.

Review from Steam

Like the first one, excellent single player survival horror game, probably one of the best. This game was released after the first one and takes place in the story a few hours before it.
It is indeed a bit old, the camera angles and controls will be strange at the beginning but you will quickly get used to it once you are in the middle of the action.
It's a pretty complicated game, the saves are limited and only usable in certain parts of the game. The different gameplay elements are very good, as well as the puzzles, the story and the OST.
In conclusion, if you are looking for an excellent single player survival horror game at a low price with a very dark atmosphere and a very satisfying gameplay, then you are at the right place.

Review from Steam

As adventure games go Resident Evil Zero is very good. Remastered and played at 4K super sampled I found the visuals very appealing. The atmosphere is awesome and the story is good except after the introduction the story takes some time to get moving. The initial set piece is claustrophobic though claustrophobic is most likely what the designers were going for.
Classic "tank" controls are back though there is an option to deviate. The classic control scheme is akin to a straight jacket of sorts. I used, initially persevered better describes my experience though given the environments and the static cameras, I thought classic controls just worked better.
Of the three difficulties easy is easily described as story mode. A challenge or two might await but nothing substantial. Given the control scheme playing on hard, maybe normal, would just lead to frustration unless of course you are familiar with the game and know what to do in most every pressing situation.
There are a ton of real-time cut scenes, an extras section for reviewing all of the real time scenes, 60 FPS game-play, 3 different anti-alias modes and a wide screen implementation.
Except for the rough start and getting used to the classic controls, my play-through of Resident Evil Zero was very enjoyable. There are plenty of puzzles and action, an awesome atmosphere and the story which is the first in the time line of the Resident Evil digital game universe.

Review from Steam

I really liked the part where wesker said "it's weskin time" and then wesked all over the place

Review from Steam

Probably the weakest mainline RE game, but it's not a bad game, just tedious.
The graphics are amazing just like REmake.
The story is nice that tells what happened before RE1's events.
The gameplay however, is flawed.
Replacing the magic boxes with dropping function did hurt the gameplay as it's really annoying and forces you to backtrack often to get the items you want when you need them.
IMO the worst part is the puzzles as they are tedious.
This HD version having Wesker Mode and skins is also a good bonus.
Overall, it's a solid Resident Evil game, especially if you like the classic fixed-camera style.
Make sure to download the Skip Door mod and enjoy!
7/10

Review from Steam

I very much enjoyed this game, but it's not for everybody. I also wouldn't recommend this game to people as an entry to the Resident Evil series, and let me tell you why -
First of all this game will test all of your knowledge and skills in not only Resident Evil games, but the survival horror genre. This is not an action game. You must use your wits to survive. This means efficient use of items, inventory management, and conservation of ammo.
This is probably the hardest Resident Evil game I have played and at times I even found it frustrating... especially near the end. The challenge of this game may be one of the reasons I am so drawn to it though. I thought making use of two characters at the same time was a clever way to shake up the formula and add some depth to puzzles, although at some parts in the game this was more of a hindrance than a bonus.
Thjs may be a controversial opinion but I actually liked this game more than the Resident Evil 1 Remake. I thought the maps were better designed - with a clearer sense of where each room was. Billy was a more interesting protagonist than Chris, and the backgrounds are just so beautifully detailed.

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