Capcom’s Resident Evil 3 remake is a reimagining of the 1991 PS1 classic survival horror that stars Jill Valentine, the handsome Carlos Oliveira, and a very ugly monster that goes by Nemesis. By working together, Jill and Carlos must finally put a stop to the threat while also working on finding a cure for the virus.
You’re probably very aware of this already but this newly released remake is absolutely stunning and is a delight for the eyes. Considering it’s been over 20 years since the original launch of the game, let’s take a look back at how the PS1 version compares to the modern re-telling in 2020.
Let’s start off with Jill Valentine’s design itself. Capcom has definitely changed up her look quite a bit. Even though she’s still wearing her classic blue-colored top, she’s wearing some straps now, which looks to be more comfortable and appropriate for the situation going on in the plot of Resident Evil 3.
Thanks to modern game development practices such as motion capture and being more concerned about voice work and dialogue, Jill Valentine really shines this time around and feels more like a grounded character.
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