Resident Evil HD Collection Revealed in Famitsu

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Posted by BradNicholson (812 posts) -

Some hot Resident Evil news has cropped up in the latest issue of Famitsu. According to the ever-dependable Japanese gaming news Web site, Andria Sang, the Japanese mag has a total of four pages dedicated to a previously unknown title called "Resident Evil Revival Selection." Details are scarce as good translations creep onto the Internet, but it’s safe to go ahead and confirm that Revival Selection is an HD "remaster" that combines Resident Evil: Code Veronica X and Resident Evil 4

What’ll be different about these versions, or what particularly will earn them the remastered status as opposed to being mere rereleases, is still up in the air. Apparently, Famitsu says that Ada Wong’s “Separate Ways” campaign scenario from the PS2 version will be included in this latest version of RE4, a revelation that doesn’t necessarily inspire confidence in terms of new content creation. I should also note that Code: Veronica has seen a ton of releases since its initial one, just as RE4 has.
 

Look, a comparison screen has emerged! 

  
Revival Selection is currently only confirmed for a Japan release on the Xbox 360 and PS3, though as MTV notes in their report about this, chances of a worldwide release seem good considering the size of the Resident Evil audience outside of Japan.  We’ll update this one as more details come in. 
 
UPDATE:  And here's that update I was looking forward to. Both of these HD variants of these two games will indeed appear in the west, though not in a single, disc-based pack. Capcom has confirmed that RE4 HD and Code: Veronica X HD are coming to XBLA and PSN as two separate downloads later this fall. A price for either wasn't announced, but some new comparison screens of RE4 are available, at least. 
 
#1 Posted by BradNicholson (812 posts) -

Some hot Resident Evil news has cropped up in the latest issue of Famitsu. According to the ever-dependable Japanese gaming news Web site, Andria Sang, the Japanese mag has a total of four pages dedicated to a previously unknown title called "Resident Evil Revival Selection." Details are scarce as good translations creep onto the Internet, but it’s safe to go ahead and confirm that Revival Selection is an HD "remaster" that combines Resident Evil: Code Veronica X and Resident Evil 4

What’ll be different about these versions, or what particularly will earn them the remastered status as opposed to being mere rereleases, is still up in the air. Apparently, Famitsu says that Ada Wong’s “Separate Ways” campaign scenario from the PS2 version will be included in this latest version of RE4, a revelation that doesn’t necessarily inspire confidence in terms of new content creation. I should also note that Code: Veronica has seen a ton of releases since its initial one, just as RE4 has.
 

Look, a comparison screen has emerged! 

  
Revival Selection is currently only confirmed for a Japan release on the Xbox 360 and PS3, though as MTV notes in their report about this, chances of a worldwide release seem good considering the size of the Resident Evil audience outside of Japan.  We’ll update this one as more details come in. 
 
UPDATE:  And here's that update I was looking forward to. Both of these HD variants of these two games will indeed appear in the west, though not in a single, disc-based pack. Capcom has confirmed that RE4 HD and Code: Veronica X HD are coming to XBLA and PSN as two separate downloads later this fall. A price for either wasn't announced, but some new comparison screens of RE4 are available, at least. 
 
#2 Edited by Slaker117 (4835 posts) -

Cool, I never got to play 4 back when it was new. Might check this out to see what all the fuss is about.

#3 Posted by MooseyMcMan (9737 posts) -

Great. Because I'd totally rather "HD" versions of old games instead of new ones. 

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#4 Posted by bassman2112 (806 posts) -

Oh no... Now I'm going to have to rebuy both of these...
 
Well, we'll see how actual footage looks =)

#5 Posted by Akeldama (4216 posts) -

I wish RE 4 and 5 were not considered Resident Evil games. I miss Resident Evil.

#6 Posted by buft (3298 posts) -
@MooseyMcMan said:
" Great. Because I'd totally rather "HD" versions of old games instead of new ones.  "
yup
#7 Posted by joeshock (16 posts) -

RE 4 totally needs another port.

#8 Posted by Peacemaker (1099 posts) -

I remember watching an episode of On The Spot with RE4.  I wonder how CV will play.

#9 Posted by demonbear (1860 posts) -

I should play RE4 right now!!! DAMN that was a good game.  Still can't believe those graphics on the gamecube.  I'd buy an HD remake no doubt!

#10 Posted by StingerMK2 (386 posts) -

"I'D THAT FOR A DOLLAR!" or.... you know, £30

#11 Posted by mythus (98 posts) -

where is that hd revision for 2?    

#12 Posted by Agent47 (1894 posts) -
@Akeldama: 4 yes 5 nooo.Besides they had to change the formula for a reason, it was getting stale and their sales were suffering for it.They did the right thing with RE4, but I think RE5 should have never happened or they could of done something way better with it.
#13 Posted by GrimFandango9 (62 posts) -

Liked Resident Evil 4 but don't see it as one of best games ever made. 

#14 Posted by Devil240Z (3052 posts) -

I want some HD 123 action. Not sure how you can up-res those PS1 graphics though....

#15 Posted by nintendoeats (5975 posts) -

Oh man...Could I possibly buy ResE4 a FOURTH time? Must...resist...

#16 Posted by Make_Me_Mad (2950 posts) -

RE 4 was goddamn brilliant.  RE 5 was... not.

#17 Posted by ComradeCrash (551 posts) -

I loved Code Veronica and RE4 but I just hope they live up to my nostalgia.

#18 Posted by Nizzleworth (252 posts) -

I already played RE4 HD.
 
PC version. Ask for it by name.

#19 Posted by JackSukeru (5816 posts) -

Resident Evil 4 was a good game that I enjoyed playing.

#20 Posted by SARRISS (136 posts) -

I just hope the cut scenes will bring in equipment you have on like the GC version and not prerecorded versions like ps2.

#21 Posted by GoofyGoober (937 posts) -

This is pretty cool.

#22 Posted by ThePhantomnaut (6067 posts) -

I really didn't like 4 but I did like Code Veronica.

#23 Posted by nickux (1378 posts) -

Here's to hoping for Move controls as an option. I'm also optimistic this is just to drum up excitement for a Resident Evil 6 announcement at E3 this year.

#24 Posted by Count_Zero (299 posts) -

I'd kind of prefer a current gen port remaster of Resident Evil Zero and the Gamecube Remake of Resident Evil 1.

#25 Posted by RudeCubes (135 posts) -

Can we get some PS Move support too? Just asking

#26 Posted by Sharpshooter (874 posts) -

I'll be the first to admit RE4 is an absolutely brilliant game but its kinda dated now. Same for Code Veronica or have I just become another jaded 26 year old..

#27 Posted by Akeldama (4216 posts) -
@Agent47 said:
" @Akeldama: 4 yes 5 nooo.Besides they had to change the formula for a reason, it was getting stale and their sales were suffering for it.They did the right thing with RE4, but I think RE5 should have never happened or they could of done something way better with it. "
No. 
 
Resident Evil 4 was fucking amazing. Resident Evil 5 was less amazing, but was still pretty solid. However, they WERE NOT Resident Evil. Resident Evil's sales were not dwindling because of stagmentation. Resident Evil: Outbreak sucked. However, games like Resident Evil: 0 and the Resident Evil 1 Game Cube remake were both fantastic. I would be thrilled if Capcom wised up and made some old school style Resident Evil games. Bringing it back to the subtle horror and fixed camera would be downright innovative. Hell, they could even do it in a low barrier to entry method and release a test game on PSN / XBLA. I bet it would sell like crazy.
#28 Posted by Slaker117 (4835 posts) -

Burning question I never got an answer to. Maybe someone will now. Why the hell does the box art say "4 Resident Evil"? Is it significant in some way, or was the graphic designer just crazy?

#29 Posted by CaptainTightPants (2834 posts) -

YES! , stoked for this. Now they just need to release all the other games in the series :) I may have them all on the gamecube but I would love an updated version.

#30 Posted by Voxatron (351 posts) -

Oooo, Ahhh.

#31 Posted by Kyreo (4600 posts) -

I'd buy it.

#32 Posted by RsistncE (4496 posts) -

I would so buy this if it was an HD remake...unfortunately it's not.

#33 Posted by EightBitShik (1333 posts) -

I'm exciting about this. I liked four a lot and never played Veronica I'd like to play a better look version of 4 then the horrible looking Wii version. I'm sure it looked better on the cube.

#34 Posted by tingham (14 posts) -

This would be ridiculously awesome good; even if it's just new textures at a higher resolution.

#35 Posted by ikaruga (190 posts) -

they should have remake them using re5 engine. Veronica was awesome on the dreamcast and the last great original style re

#36 Edited by Sooty (8082 posts) -

4 is not one of the best games ever made. Get out. 
 
Marked the downfall for the series. They just aren't Resident Evil games.

#37 Posted by sins_of_mosin (1556 posts) -

Pass.

#38 Posted by Eric_Buck (1291 posts) -
@Ygg said:
" 4 is not one of the best games ever made. Get out.  Marked the downfall for the series. They just aren't Resident Evil games. "
Doesn't mean they aren't good games.
#39 Posted by Skald (4366 posts) -
@nintendoeats said:
" Oh man...Could I possibly buy ResE4 a FOURTH time? Must...resist... "
Dude, what?
#40 Posted by Oni (2067 posts) -

Oh dude... RE4 is like RE5 but way better! This is great news.

#41 Posted by OneManX (1662 posts) -

I dont know why RE4 gets hated on by SOME of the hardcore fans... the first 2/3s of that game was very Resident Evil. Kill evil guys, get herbs, solve puzzles, backtrack. Once you got toward the fortres it went off the rails, but it was still a fun ride.
 
RE5... not so much.

#42 Posted by Deusoma (2972 posts) -
@Ygg said:
" 4 is not one of the best games ever made. Get out.  Marked the downfall for the series. They just aren't Resident Evil games. "
Two people from the mirror universe in two weeks! It's incredible! Which side of your chest is your heart on? :)
#43 Posted by Delta_Ass (3230 posts) -

Will I be able to move and shoot at the same time?

#44 Posted by ImmortalSaiyan (4655 posts) -

Resident Evil 4 is one of my favorites game but I see no point to this.
#45 Posted by nintendoeats (5975 posts) -
@extremeradical said:
" @nintendoeats said:
" Oh man...Could I possibly buy ResE4 a FOURTH time? Must...resist... "
Dude, what? "
GCN, Wii, then Wii again because the Europian box is awesome and I found it cheap.
#46 Posted by Deathmachine117 (377 posts) -

Id rather one or two to be honest I think they would just be a bit different to the usual amount of shooters being released lately.

#47 Posted by benjaebe (2783 posts) -
@ImmortalSaiyan said:
" Resident Evil 4 is one of my favorites game but I see no point to this. "
Money...money...oh, and money. It costs them little to port and enhance the graphics, fans of the games and people who have never played the games get a chance to play them on current gen consoles, etc. Hell, I've played RE4 to death but I'd happily pay for an HD remix with trophies and the ability to play it without digging out my old PlayStation 2.
#48 Posted by Undeadpool (4865 posts) -

Huh, I never played Code: Veronica. And I'm up for playing more RE4, so this is win/win.

#49 Posted by dancingpolkabear (191 posts) -

I would totally buy these again.  Kick ass games

#50 Posted by yyZiggurat (990 posts) -
@MooseyMcMan said:
" Great. Because I'd totally rather "HD" versions of old games instead of new ones.  "
Speaking of which; the Ico and Shadow of the Colossus HD collection should hopefully be out some time this year. 

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