One of the most important video games in the last 20 years is Resident Evil 4, a twist on the part of the team led by Shinji Mikami and Hiroyuki Kobayashi that not only gave freshness to the franchise proposal, which was already pointed out as overexploited by Capcom in those years, but also meant a great success for the IP and guaranteed its validity for years to come. Currently, there is talk of the possibility of a remake, but as long as there is nothing official, the fans will continue to celebrate each anniversary and today is a holiday for the fans.
Resident Evil 4 celebrates 17 years, debuted on January 11, 2005
On January 11, 2005, Capcom finally released the long-awaited Resident Evil 4, exclusive at that time from Nintendo GameCube and the highest standard of what was known at the time as the Capcom Five for the console of the Japanese company. 17 years after that event in the history of video games, fans continue to celebrate it and today, January 11, 2022, they have done the same through social networks remembering one of the best titles, not only horror and action but from history.
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Preceded by the overwhelming success of the original trilogy of Resident Evil and later deliveries on new generation consoles of the time such as SEGA Dreamcast, Nintendo GameCube and PlayStation 2, Resident Evil 4 He opted for important changes, such as a new camera perspective, an inclination towards action, an improved 3D control in many aspects and a theme, setting and duration that allowed to translate a real nightmare on a disc.
The launch of Resident Evil 4 It was good, but it was known that it had great market potential to stay on the GameCube and once the exclusivity ended, a series of relaunches came that have only added to the long chain of successes of this installment.
After 17 years, the legend lives on.
Resident Evil 4 was released on the 11th January 2005.
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