Tell Capcom What You Thought About The Resident Evil 2 Remake

Tell Capcom What You Thought About The Resident Evil 2 Remake

The recent release of Resident Evil 2 seems to have sparked joy for a lot of fans and critics. The game was much more than a re-release or a simple remastering. Capcom overhauled the original, offering a reimagining of its events without compromising its core mechanics. Capcom has now announced a survey via its Facebook page in order for you to share your feedback on the game with them. This is your chance to tell them exactly what you thought of their vision of the events within Raccoon City. In 250 characters or less, that is.

Survey Says

There are a few important pieces to the survey. While it may just seem like something you would gloss over in any other shopping experience, the questions hold a certain amount of weight to them. One question is in regards to which gaming platforms you have access to: PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or Nintendo Switch. It then goes a bit further, asking if you’ve purchased any Resident Evil titles in the past.

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Looking back on my own purchasing habits, I had forgotten that I’ve purchased just about every single mainline RE game, even the Revelations titles. This also sparked a twinkle of nostalgia as I panned down the list, remembering just how much I had praised Code Veronica back in the Sega Dreamcast days. Ah, those were the times.

If you played the Resident Evil 2 remake, now is your chance to give some constructive feedback on the game. Not only that, it gives you yet another platform to shout at the company, urging to move on the Resident Evil 3 remake now. Yoshiaki Hirabayashi, a producer on the franchise, recently gave his thoughts on if this will happen or not. He essentially stated that Capcom may do it if fans continue to request it.

If you missed the link for the survey in the beginning of the article, it can be found here.

 

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