Nowadays it is common for a company to launch a game and shortly afterwards the players themselves create modifications, or mods as it is known within the community, in order to change the game mechanics or the character’s dress. Last year, the remake of Resident Evil 3 won a mod with the character Carlos being playable naked, yielding a very positive repercussion on Twitter. Now, the Cocktails and Cocktalk channel features some other naked characters.
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RESIDENT EVIL 3 REMAKE
After the great success of the remake of Resident Evil 2, Capcom decided to work also on its continuation, meeting the wishes of fans of the original game.
Despite its commercial success, the game divided the opinion of the public and the media, and the consensus is that the remake of Resident Evil 3 is not as strong as that of 2, with a lot of content from the original game cut. This results in a seemingly rushed and short-lived game. Despite criticism about its longevity, many praised the adventure while it lasted, saying it was a very fun experience.
The original game was released in 1999 for the first PlayStation, being praised for the system of choices that changed the fate of the protagonist, in addition to having considerably higher graphics than the two previous games. In addition, this takes place outside Raccoon City, not inside buildings, so there are more varied scenarios when compared to the first two. Another point of praise was that the game was more focused on action and less on terror, with more moments where the “adrenaline” speaks louder.
The game received conversions for several consoles at the time, including Dreamcast, GameCube and was also released for computers. The game received scores between 8 and 10 from major video game magazines.