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post Jul 6 2005, 07:24 AM
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According to computerandvideogames.com, there are rumors about Resident Evil coming to the Nintendo DS. It was a small article and they didn't have anything "real" to say other than speculation about what the game could be like, and they also mentioned that Capcom would neither "confirm nor deny anything".

Still, this is cool news. It would give me something else to play other than Animal Crossing DS. beigesmile.gif

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post Jul 7 2005, 02:16 PM
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This seems like a dumb move to me. With RE4's kickass new direction for RE in terms of style, gameplay, graphics, and action, putting it on DS seems like a cruel joke. Either it will be a step backwards to the old 2d background, static camera style gameplay that was the series' club foot in the past, or it will be a shadow of the RE4 style gameplay with the 1997-era DS graphics, and goddamn stylus aiming.

I'm sure they'll come up with some interesting puzzle ideas with the touch screen/mic/whatever, but after RE4, "classic RE" plodding around and solving chess piece, square crank, and crest puzzles seems highly unappealing. I'd rather be kicking zombies in the face, bailing out of barns, and snapping necks.

If they REALLY want a portable RE, I wonder why they don't just put it on PSP. It would already fit the RE4-style widescreen presentation, got the analog nub for aiming, and the graphics won't slice your retinas.


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