Sometimes I can’t put into words why Resident Evil 2 is my favorite game of all time.
Resident Evil 2 Director Admits He “Messed Up in a Big Way” Hideki Kamiya is a man with a storied...
Resident Evil 2 Director Admits He “Messed Up in a Big Way”
Hideki Kamiya is a man with a storied career in video games. Straight from his own studio, Platinum Games, his directorial credit lies on The Wonderful 101 and, more famously, the tightly wound ball of hack n’ slash insanity, Bayonetta.
But a sizable chunk of Hideki’s resume comes from his time working at Capcom. During his tenure at the Osaka, Japan centered company, he coordinated critical and cult hits such as Viewtiful Joe, Okami, and the original Devil May Cry. Once upon a time ago, Hideki even worked under Shinji Mikami as a system planner for the very first Resident Evil.
That fabled gig led to a project I could honestly give Hideki an open-mouthed smooch over if the timing were right and he was open to it. Yes, I could only be talking about my most personally affecting, favorite fucking game of all time: Resident Evil 2.
As perfect as I’ll loudly and embarrassingly try to convince you the game is, Kamiya admits that, behind-the-scenes, RE2 was a veritable shit circus.
A little piece about the cancelled version of Resident Evil 2 from Tips and Tricks magazine.
It’s like staring into an alternate reality. And I did not blink.