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access_time September 18, 2011 at 1:42 PM in Features by Lukas Jaro

Resident Evil HD remakes will be thiiiiiiiiiis big on PSN

I’m sure many of you are looking forward to the HD remakes of Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil Code: Veronica. That’s no surprise. Both games have been pretty successful when they originally came out – for the Nintendo GameCube (RE4) and SEGA Dreamcast (CV). Playstation 2 ports came shortly after, with even a PC port of RE4, but in certain ways partially failed to meet fan expectations. Now with the HD remakes in sight, which will come out for the Xbox 360 (XBLA) and Playstation 3 (PSN) in the upcoming days, fans yet again have hope that these versions will be as great, or better, as they remember them – back when the DC console was slightly ahead of its time.

The HD remakes will include all of the bonus content from previous releases and won’t be too large in size afterall. At least not on the PSN. Resident Evil 4 will weigh around 3.3 Gb, while Code Veronica will be just around 2.4 Gb in total. That’s pretty average if you ask me. Supposedly the size will be even smaller after install. Well, mark you calendars then! RE4 will scare you to death on September 20th, with Veronica finishing you off just a week later – September 27th. Have fun…



  • HyperBitHero September 18, 2011 at 5:00 PM

    Just a note, “Both” games werent for the Dreamcast, only Code Veronica was. Resident evil 4 was exclusive to the Gamecube due to a deal with Nintendo. Code Veronica and RE4 were both ported to the PS2 after.

    • Lukas Jaro September 18, 2011 at 6:03 PM

      Right… how could I have mixxed that up lol? Fixed and thanks for reading!

      • HyperBitHero September 18, 2011 at 6:35 PM

        No problem. The Dreamcast could never pull off those sexy RE4 graphics!

  • Cheddahz September 19, 2011 at 10:11 AM

    I can’t wait for these to come out. Two amazing games coming out for 20 bucks…they will be mine soon

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