Since the remake of <a href="https://www.gameinformer.com/ResidentEvil4" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Resident Evil 4 graces <em>Game Informer</em>’s cover</a> this month, we thought it’d be fitting to revisit the game that kicked off Capcom’s remake craze: Resident Evil 2. Join us on Twitch today at <strong>2 p.m. Central</strong> for a two-hour trek of one of 2019’s best titles. If you can’t catch us live, check out the archive tomorrow on the <a href="https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfDadbzDm5UnKwh7_XWrDPw" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Game Informer Shows YouTube channel</a>.
Capcom converted Resident Evil 2 to a modernized, third-person action video game. Kazunori Kadoi (directors) and Yasuhiro Ampo (game director), led Resident Evil 4’s revival. They introduced Resident Evil 2 to a new generation and opened it up to new fans. Join me, Marcus Stewart, as I revisit my personal Game of the Year for 2019 to see how it holds up while discussing my Resident Evil 4 cover story.
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