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PostPosted: Jan 12, 2017 13:20 
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A fan with the Youtube handle ShiguWorks re-created sections of the scrapped version of RE4 aka RE3.5. Of course it's not meant to be a 1:1 recreation of one version of it, so thematically, he's seemingly meshed the fog and the hallucination versions. Also, few of the areas' assets are based on RE5's Lost In Nightmares and the final version of RE4. It's very interesting work so have a look at his channel here. Check out the last video in particular with a link to a playable code he released today.

Lastly, with RE7 less than two weeks away, Capcom has updated the PC specs section on Steam. They're largely unchanged with the exception of a recommend GPU listing of a 4GB GTX 1060. If you're planning on picking up that version, pre-orders are still up with promotional prices at Green Man Gaming and GamesPlanet. The codes do work internationally and they are officially licensed retailers for those worried about their legitimacy.

Amazon UK has a lower price but we've seen claims of recently released boxed versions of Capcom games (namely Revelations 2) shipped with regionally locked codes.

They've also released a new trailer for the game through Twitter. The choice of music is an interesting one to say the least.

Thanks to everyone who brought the matters to our attention.


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PostPosted: Jan 14, 2017 21:51 
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Yet another revision for the better. 3GB VRAM is "recommended" while 2GB is the minimum, but more importantly, we know that the PC version is merely 24GB. The demo itself were just 3.7GB on Steam so it's not too surprising. REmake was close to 19GB on Steam by comparison.

The fan made RE 3.5 is worth checking out as it's the most professional one done to date. Leon's animations are pretty authentic to the released videos, and it has 3 endings to boot. It runs on Unity and it's scalable enough for any computer.


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