Also there's one thing new survival horror games really miss and that's tribal tattoos!, I wonder if the Resident Evil Zero team is doing some nodding towards Countdown Vampires or if it's just a zeitgeist thing.
I'm pretty sure it's just a late 90s/early 2000s thing.
Saw this was bumped so I thought I'd post about a couple of other survival horror games that caught my eye.
Back in 1995 - PS4, Switch, Xbox One, Steam, 3DS, and PS Vita
Vaccine - PS4, Switch, Xbox One, Steam
Dawn of Fear - PS4
Since last updated; NightCry has finally been released on PS Vita, the fan remake of RE2 was announced and then repurposed as Daymare 1998 once the real RE2make was announced, RE3make was announced, Visage has released for modern consoles but Alison Road still has not, and lastly the port of Forgotten Memories for the PS Vita was cancelled and a port for the Switch was announced.
Last Edit: Feb 12, 2020 1:58:31 GMT -5 by Catalyst
Post by Gamer Griff on Feb 12, 2020 6:38:40 GMT -5
I've long been hoping for the return of the old school survival horror formula.
RE2 Remake was very close, but I'm talking all the way, including fixed camera angles, a lack of fixed camera angles changes the feel greatly, RE2 was almost exactly like the old formula save for the typical third person camera.
I'm really hoping Tecmo will see fit to give Fatal Frame at least one last try on a console I actually own.
May not be Fatal Frame, but it seems that Dreadout 2 released just a couple of weeks ago. I had no idea this was coming out. Heck, apparently they released a live-action adaptation of the first game last year as well.