There’s no doubt about it, Resident Evil 4 Remake is a smashing success, thanks to Capcom’s great job of revitalizing one of the iconic games in the series. In fact, it’s so good that even the creator of the original game played it and loved it.
We’re talking about Shinji Mikami, one of the main creatives who helped shape the franchise decades ago and who participated in the development of the original Resident Evil 4 as a writer and director. When the development of the supposed remake was rumored, Mikami, regardless of the veracity of the rumors, expressed his support to Capcom for the project.
“As long as it’s a good game, I don’t have a problem,” the developer said.
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What did the creator of the original game think of Resident Evil 4 Remake?
SPOILER: Before you continue reading, you should know that while we are not talking about the plot of the original game or the remake, Shinji Mikami shared an image of the final scene of the title. The image isn’t very revealing, but if you’ve never played it, you might not want to see anything related to the endgame. If that is the case, we invite you to stop reading or ignore the image (continue reading without reaching Mikami’s tweet).
Well, the rumors turned out to be true and the game turned out to be a great modern redemption of the original game. But Mikami’s verdict was yet to be known, and of course he was not going to miss the opportunity to prove it.
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The creative has just finished it and not only shared his achievement on Twitter through an image that shows a memorable moment from the end of the adventure of Leon S. Kennedy and Ashley Graham, but also took the opportunity to mention that he enjoyed it “very much “.
With that said, it’s clear that in the end the game met all the standards and already has the seal of approval from the most important creative of the original project.
RE4 cleared successfully.
I enjoyed it very much. pic.twitter.com/opcCclj2wX
— Shinji Mikami (@shinji_mikami) April 18, 2023
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