Reviews and Problems with Resident Evil Code: Veronica X
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Resident Evil Code: Veronica X HD
2 September 2013
Summary: Some games age better than others. You see a lot of game developers and animators still using 8-bit art in modern games, while plenty of fans are excited to buy and re-buy titles from the 16-bit era. Then you have Minecraft , one of the most profitable indie PC games ever, which looks like something from the PS1 era -- it can even run on a DS! Sadly, games from the late Dreamcast/early PS2 era don't tend to age as well.
Excerpt: Originally released on the Sega Dreamcast over 11 years ago, Resident Evil Code: Veronica was the fourth entry in Capcom's esteemed series. Though it boasted some respectable enhancements, such as having fully-rendered environments with pivoting camera angles (instead of the pre-rendered backdrops of the first three games), Code: Veronica wouldn't make nearly the impact that the following generation's Resident Evil 4 eventually would.