This is exactly what I was referring to.
You say one bad thing about the over-shilled flavor of the month AAA title these days, and you get ridiculed and mob-lynched.
Fortunately, people tend to recoil back after the honeymoon phase, with most people actually starting to analyze the games more objectively and fairly months later.>>446694372>The original game had flaws too.
Obviously, but those flaws are a totally separated matter.
The #1 issue is that people wanted something very specific, Capcom seemingly promised to deliver that after almost two decades, but what we got in the end was an all around streamlined and casualized 3rd person action game with no RE2 DNA whatsoever.
Also, saying that people "somehow enjoyed" the original is extremely naive and hostile attitude. The game was a mainstream blockbuster hit. Everyone played it, everyone wanted it. The big difference between 98 and '19 is that back then, games were not yet triviliazed to one or two dominant designs and genres. Even the games seemingly belonging to the same group could look and play all different.