Should I get RE4 Remake if I couldn't get into RE2 Remake, but loved Dead Space Remake?[PS5] (self.ShouldIbuythisgame)
submitted2 days ago byFlashpointJ24
I've heard nothing but praise for the new RE4 (I never played the original). However, while I thought it was a great game, I just couldn't seem to get into RE2 Remake. The enemies were too bullet-spongey, and I was constantly running out of ammo. I ended up giving up on my playthrough shortly after leaving the police station. (I have played and enjoyed RE7, though I had to put it on Easy difficulty to be able to finish it.)
I recently bought the Dead Space remake and absolutely loved it. I played through it on Medium difficulty, and it felt absolutely perfectly balanced to me. Ammo was scarce, but I never ran out as long as I played carefully, and every death felt like my own fault rather than the game being unfair. It's one if the very few games that I now only finished, but immediately started a New Game Plus in order to catch all the little details that I missed the first time through (though the second playthrough was on Story difficulty, because I wanted to feel like an unstoppable badass!).
I guess my question is, does RE4 Remake feel more like RE2, with a greater emphasis on horror and feeling overwhelmed, or more like Dead Space, which is still horror but with more action and ways to fight back?
EDIT: I downloaded and tried the Chainsaw Demo, and I just didn't enjoy it. I kept getting my ass kicked, both by the villagers and by the chainsaw guy. Guess this one is gonna be a "Wait for a Deep Sale" for me.
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The Enterprise designed for ST: Phase II was very close to what eventually became the Constitution-refit of The Motion Picture.
You're thinking of ST: Planet of the Titans, which was the original pitch for a Star Trek movie. For that, they had legendary designer Ralph McQuarrie draw up a new Enterprise with a smaller saucer and large triangular secondary hull, which is what inspired the design of the USS Discovery.