Resident Evil 4 Artist Recreates Game Start Using Lego – Check It Out!
Anyone who has played Resident Evil 4 will probably remember the start of the game along with many other scenes. Leon S. Kennedy in the back seat of the police car, the first steps through the forest, the hunting lodge…: All of this is burned into the memory of many people – including us.
And that’s why a true wave of nostalgia rolled over us when we watched the video by Cara Aleatorio linked below. The USAartist has specialized in recreating well-known scenes from games and films with Lego bricks and then animating them. And now he’s chosen the very opening sequence from Resident Evil for his latest work.
It even gets at Lego ravens!
And the similarities to the “real” game are really amazing. Aleatorio not only recreated the short cutscenes, but also short gameplay passages in which Leon shoots at the notorious ravens with his pistol and laser pointer, among other things. Because the scenes are backed by the original sound, the recognition value is even greater.
All in all, an enormously impressive work which you should definitely see. You can find the video here:
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Resident Evil 4 is about to make a comeback
The timing for the publication of the video is probably not chosen by chance. Because on March 24th the remake of Resident Evil 4 will be released for the PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4 and the PC. Capcom has extensively adapted the action horror classic, not only visually but also playfully.
And that excited us just as much as the original. You can read more about the qualities of the Resident Evil 4 remake in our big test.
Originally released for the Nintendo Gamecube in 2005, Resident Evil 4 is still considered one of the most influential and best action horror games of all time and took the series to new heights with many adaptations such as the shoulder perspective. This was followed by implementations for almost all consoles that came onto the market from this point in time and now culminates in the release of the remake.
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