Resident Evil 7 Producer Shares His Thoughts On A New Dino Crisis Game
Resident Evil 7 producer, Masachika Kawata, has weighed in his personal opinion on a Dino Crisis remake. On the other hand, there was one scene from Capcom's latest horror installment that was too brutal to make the cut.
The latest game in the Resident Evil franchise had won over the hearts of many fans after Capcom decided to bring the series back to its roots. After its previous action-packed predecessors, it would only seem fitting enough for hardcore horror players to revisit the classic franchise. In line with this, it seems like the game's producer wants to bring back yet another terrifying Capcom franchise.
Game Producer Wants A Dino Crisis Remake
According to The Escapist, Kawata personally hopes that Capcom will consider making another Dino Crisis project. Furthermore, he claimed that recreating the franchise with modern day graphics would make for a "really exciting project." It is worth noting that he has actually worked on the franchise in the past so he should be familiar with all of the original elements in the games.
In spite of this, it seems like fans will still have to continue waiting as the producer mentioned that there has not been much talk about a potential remake at Capcom. Even so, that does not stop him from believing that bringing back Dino Crisis would make for a possible hit.
Resident Evil 7 Scene Removed For Its Brutality
That aside, fans can remember the gruesome scene wherein Mia slices off her husband's hand with a chainsaw. While that in itself was a brutal scene, Now Loading reports that she was supposed to rip half of his body off in the original event. From there, the protagonist, Ethan, was meant to crawl to a safe room with his entrails dragging behind him.
The game director, Koshi Nakanishi, explained that bisecting a hero was too extreme for the game so they opted for something else entirely. Even so, Resident Evil 7 still contains plenty of gruesome scenes that are not for the faint-hearted. Those who want to play the game can purchase a copy for the PS4, Xbox One and PC.
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