Honestly? I don't think so. RE4, for better or worse (in the fandom, anyway, I've heard many a fan who dislike RE4), was a monumentally influential game both for the RE series and games at the time, and its legacy is such that it is constantly ported to the point where RE4 is pretty much on any system out there and for relatively cheap. Unlike the PS1 games which were products of their time, RE4 is still fairly modern so what's there to remake in it, really? If anything I'd assume next on the list for remake is Code Veronica.
It'd be great if the best Resident Evil game got a remake proper, but then they would ruin it by making a bad actress try to replicate Alyson Court just like RE2, and I'm still happy with the remaster I got for the 360. I'd love if they just ported that to the PC, ngl.
So, with the Game Awards tomorrow and the year quickly coming to a close I figure now's a good a time as any for everyone's favorite topic.
Hey, guys, what is your Game of the Year for 2019? If it's too hard to pick one, feel free to make a list. Or make a list anyway. What games from 2019 are the ones you look back on the most fondly?
My top contenders per my personal taste would be The Outer Worlds, Dead or Alive 6, and Trails of Cold Steel II, though I would be the first to admit I've missed a lot of indie games.