If you thought you had seen it all, take a look at the Resident Evil 4 Remake reviews on Steam. Capcom's game has been unanimously praised by the press (it has a 93 on Metacritic) and the first sales figures indicate that it has the support of the public as well, but it is clear that there are always exceptions. For example, the fans who have complained against the title for eliminating everything related to Ashley's panties.
In the original game, back in 2005, the daughter of the President of the United States, the person for whom Leon is going to this godforsaken town in Galicia, wore a not very practical skirt that at certain times (when going downstairs, for example) and depending on how we focused the camera, allowed us to see Ashley's panties out of the corner of her eye. Then she would cover herself up and call us perverts, a situation that has been completely eliminated in the remake, where there is no way to do that.
Some even counted all the shots of Ashley's legs and underwear that disappeared in the remake, as if the quality of the remake depended on it. It is even argued that the game is censored and that without seeing our companion's panties, "it murders an aspect of her character." Seeing is believing. All is well in the community.
As much as it pains some, Resident Evil 4 Remake has turned out good, it's one of the greatest remakes in history and it's set to be among the GOTY candidates at the end of the year. And the conversation about this game won't end anytime soon, as the release date for Mercenaries Mode, which will arrive for free on April 7, has been announced. and there is even news about the Separate Ways campaign with the unforgettable Ada Wong.