Resident Evil 4 changed the fixed camera for a free one.
Resident Evil is being a topical issue today, although not in the way that many could imagine, since, after a season that has caused a lot of controversy Due to several factors that distanced it from the original product (such as Dua Lipa’s dance or the fact that Albert Wesker is alive), it has been possible to see how Netflix has canceled the homonymous series.
In this way, it seems that this franchise does not finish taking off with its adaptations in other media. However, it seems that in its field of origin, video games, the series has nothing more than one success after another, this being something that has been reflected in the fans who have even made a Resident Evil 9 fan-teaser with all the villains of the saga. However, in this case it is time to talk about Resident Evil 4.
Resident Evil 4 emerged as a kind of reboot of the saga compared to previous titles
To put in context, it must be said that a few days ago, in commemoration of the 25 years of Resident Evil An interview has been made between Shinji Mikami and Jun Takeuchi talking about the saga, and many interesting details of the franchise have been brought to light. And it seems that one of them has been the Masahiro Sakurai’s opinion on Resident Evil 4.
In this way, the Nintendo creative responsible for Kid Icarus, Kirby and Super Smash Bros would have been one of the first people to praise the change of Resident Evil 4, which was planned as a change of course from previous installments. In fact, it is not surprising that Sakurai was among the first to speak out, since, after all, Resident Evil 4 was conceived as a temporary Game Cube exclusiveso you would surely know the title.
Be that as it may, the truth is that Resident Evil 4 changed its camera, being so that on a visit to the studio Sakurai was fascinated with the camera, stating that it was great. For the rest, we will have to see what Sakurai thinks about the next revision of the saga, since Resident Evil 4 will be more alive than ever in 2023 with the launch of its remake, which will arrive in March at Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PS5 and PC.