In the trailer he didn't look like a privileged Whyt Mail either. I guess it was changed during production. I don't really care about a White dude being playable, but why did the only White character have to be a meth addict?
20th anniversary of RE3 today. I vaguely remember watching my cousin play it and me thinking Nemesis was unstoppable. All my exposure to the first trilogy was at his house, and I didn't play them too much since I was a scared b****. More so the first game really disturbed me, being 9 years old.
Funnily enough, him and his dad couldn't figure out the water puzzle and I had to do it for them since I helped them with other puzzles I believe. He called me "the prodigy" when I did it.
This many decades later and it's still the most annoying puzzle in the series by a big margin. There's formulas you can use, but even that is time consuming and I'd rather just wing it. That puzzle is also in the Left 4 Dead 2 map but it's literally only 1 or 2 moves.
My first exposure to the series was technically Code Veronica, shortly after it hit the Dreamcast. I had played the very first game a few years prior, but had no idea what it was in all honesty—I was a pc gamer at the time.
I vividly remember the first time I played RE1. I was over my cousins house and his mom was on the phone (I would go there after school) and she let me put it on and I got to the first zombie and got too freaked out and turned it off.
Amazing how these idiotic d******* “critics” can’t figure tank controls out in their 40s and I was a child and got it very quickly.
RE3 was released a little later in the UK, around February/March of 2000. I still have the official guidebook I bought with it. The easiest puzzle that seemed like the hardest back then was the clocktower music puzzle -- upon replaying the game on Vita, it's so f****** easy I couldn't believe it.
I was going to get a Dreamcast just for CV but held off when there were rumblings of a PS2 version coming later. I essentially got a PS2 for CV and a GC for REmake a year later (both on my birthday too).
Any of you actually get by the zombies in 2nd run on Hardcore without using the grenade? I just did it earlier somehow. They were spread enough that I squeaked by them. I may have done it once before out of maybe a few dozen runs.
I wanted to do a 2nd run with Leon with using the Matilda primarily, but it's too much work to babysit it to make ammo out of gun powder. I'd much rather use that than the 1911.
It’s difficult to juke the zombies in this game, so I rarely try it in tight spaces. Better to waste some ammo than risk being eaten. I also vindictively killed every licker after my first playthrough, lol.
You need like 12 feet to fully avoid them in most cases. I rarely try to juke and just stun them with a leg shot. They often lunge and fake you out by quickly stopping and then lunge again. It reminds me of RE3 zombies.