If you’re still desperately waiting for Capcom to announce Resident Evil 4 Remake, which we know is coming, we might have the perfect game to play in the meantime.
As spotted by The Metro, someone has created a standalone game entirely focused on Resident Evil 4’s inventory screen.
“The goal is to make sure that all the items fit in your inventory, while all your weapons are loaded and your life is not too low. Arrange the items so that they fit”, reads a small text from presentation for “Save Room – Organization Puzzle” on Steam.
For those of you who haven’t had a chance to play Resident Evil 4 before, the main thing was that a players inventory had limited space and you sometimes had to rotate items to fit them in. .
Take a look at the game in action in the trailer, just below.
Save Room essentially builds on this to create a series of puzzles for players to solve, we imagine with increasing difficulty as you progress. Even the background music sounds vaguely familiar.
Although “Save Room” won’t be available on your PlayStation or Xbox console like most Resi games, if you have a fairly basic PC, you should be able to play it just fine via Steam, where it will be released in just over a month. one week on April 28.
As of now, the game is priceless, but given that developer and publisher Fractal Projects has so far released 5 games at just 79p each, we doubt Save Room will break the bank.
As we noted at the start, a Resident Evil 4 remake is reportedly in the works and players are all collectively waiting for Capcom to announce the project.
As reported by VGC in February, Capcom would reveal the game this year, while detailing some of the key changes they are making.
It’s important to note that last year’s VGC report suggests that Capcom isn’t developing a shot-for-shot remake of the original title, but that the remake will contain new material.
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A follow-up report from Fanbyte gave an indication of what that might look like, writing:
“In Resident Evil 4 Remake, the famous village intro setting takes place at night. As does a decent portion of the rest of the game”
The remake was reportedly greenlit after the success of the Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3 remakes. Let’s just hope the Resi 4 remake lives up to its iconic reputation.