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Wednesday, May 12, 2021

[Video] Fan Creates Glorious “Demake” Trailer For ‘Resident Evil Village’

You thought we were done with Resident Evil Village? Guess again. YouTuber Hoolopee has released a little something for you demake fans: a trailer for Resident Evil Village “demade” to look like something you’d find on the PS1.

Granted, it’s not the length of the trailers we saw for Village, but rather bits and pieces from them, culminating in Lady Dimitrescu’s reveal in all her PS1-era glory…which is somehow made all the more scary because of its crudeness.

You might remember that Hoolopee was the one who did a demake trailer for Death Stranding, and probably more interesting for Silent Hill fans, a trailer for a VR version of Silent Hill 2. If only the latter was for the real thing…



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/video-games/3664798/video-fan-creates-glorious-demake-trailer-for-resident-evil-village/

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