Yeah I played Dead Space some time ago - enjoyed it, had a lot of really cool moments, using the “freeze and cutter” was soooo overpowered and satisfying The most memorable thing about the game was the world’s best jump scare in the ending cut scene, omg brutal haha Actually I just now blasted my way through.... Resident Evil 2, the original!! I mean, I’ve come this far, why not go the whole way, right? Leon A mode, I’ll say that for completeness. What to say. Umm, well immediate thoughts are that it’s mind meltingly short. It’s soooo short and easy. Whizzed through in under 3 hours without really remembering anything other than a couple of notable jump scares, that mirror room one. I must have had ~40 shotgun shells and ~20 magnum bullets at the end and about a zillion herbs, to the point where I’m pretty surprised that I ever found the game hard or stressful to play? I was not on the Mr. X featuring, terror inducing B-mode though, I suppose. The police station feels nowhere near as big as it is in the remake and there is a fair amount of circling around the left-most part of the station at the beginning. But it was fun whilst it lasted. Sewers I can leave. Afterwards it gets a little silly with the underground cable car and lab built ~5 miles underground. The lab section is fun, lots of exploring. The biggest surprise was seeing some areas that were in Resident Evil Zero. I ever realised that Zero did that. Sort of unnecessary fan service as those areas were meh but hohum. Overall I don’t think there is much reason to revisit this one other than the nostalgia of childhood fear. REmake is much, much, much better in every way. Short but fun, I guess. It would be cool to see RE2 remake in the style of REmake but I guess we won’t see that for a very, very long time. Perhaps a return to that style of gameplay for RE9.