The trend of remakes of famous games and brands in the past is becoming more popular than ever, and has brought great success to many publishers. Instead of choosing to release new versions, a series of games like Prince of Persia, Splinter Cell and System Shock all released remakes. In particular, for horror games, the work makes many names even more worth playing, even on par with current super products thanks to the great improvement in graphics. For example, the names below.
In fact, when watching the promotional video for the remake of Dead Space, many people had the thought that this game would still only follow the path of the previous version. However, once experienced, most feel completely different. Not only changing the graphic context, configuration, Dead Space Remake also redo the plot, synchronize and improve the missing features such as sound, supporting characters.
Besides, the combat mechanism in Dead Space Remake has also been significantly improved. Then at the present time, this is considered the best horror game remake.
Siren: Blood Curse
The third game of the Siren franchise, Siren: Blood Curse at the time of its remake and launch really brought a very new style to gamers at that time. Even better, it does better at bringing more obsession and horror to the player.
Set in an abandoned hospital, Siren: Blood Curse will put players in the role of a boy, facing evil opponents and dangers that are always lurking. Run away, find a way to survive before discovering the mysteries of this hospital will bring great stimulation to players.
Resident Evil 2
So far, Resident Evil 2 Remake in 2022 is still considered the best remake in the history of the world game industry. The return of talented director Shinji Mikami has made this project receive a lot of attention right from the start. And indeed, Resident Evil 2 Remake did not disappoint.
Still keeping the same style and gameplay as before, but the plot in Resident Evil 2 has been changed somewhat. Puzzles with scare mechanics have become much more terrifying, even making players feel a lot more interesting than the original.