Mr. X was amazing and just how I imagined he should be back when I played the original. I actually thought that Nemesis in 3 Remake would end up being Mr.X on roids and was super let down when he wasn't...
It was a great remake but let's not pretend it was perfect... as somewhat of a Resident Evil fan I would be amiss to not point out the cut content on the Side B stories which felt like they really missed an opportunity, instead Clares B is heavily cut back to almost be the same as Leon B's and things you do in Leon A no longer influence Clare B and vice versa.
It was obviously cut back compared to the original in this way. Why I can't say but it certainly felt like the beginnings of Resident evil 3 remake when I got to the B side stories.
However route A's are amazing for both and until I went to the second half of the game with the Side B's I throughly enjoyed my time, however I wish they had spent more time on getting the remake perfect instead adding the stupid survivor side story content that no one cared about.
I know you all think this is a big number, but Capcom is pretty smart with marketing as they fluctuate the price pretty fast. It will go on a pretty steep sale -30%+ not long after launch and then go back to full price, rinse and repeat. I remember seeing RE3 at launch but quickly, in like a 2 months, you could get it for $40. Same thing happens for all these. When dozens of games are reaching millions of sales with just a few devs. unless a "AAA" reaches 20+ its not worth discussing. 10 million with close to 200+ million consoles and it could be played on PC, a hyped game with perfect score reviews and a named series? is 10 million(at maybe an avg of $30-35 per unit) amazing? Not today.