It's A Huge Mistake To Only Play Resident Evil 4's Remake Once
In the first episode of No HUD, Jean-Luc looks into Resident Evil 4 and makes the case of it being one of the most replayable single-player games.
GameSpot's new slate of original video programming continues today with the launch of No HUD, an ongoing series from host and producers Jean-Luc Seipke and Jake Dekker. The show is all about finding new and interesting ways to play some of your favorite games. And in our first episode, Jean-Luc looks at Resident Evil 4 Remake and explains why it's a huge mistake to stop after your first playthrough.
Jean-Luc argues that Resident Evil 4 has so much more to offer beyond the first playthrough. People who head for another go-around can expect higher difficulties, more unlockables, and exciting challenges to pursue. In the end, Jean-Luc makes a case for Resident Evil 4's remake being one of the most highly replayable single-player games out there.
Check out the full episode of No HUD above. And come back each Wednesday for a new installment in the series.
Beyond No HUD, GameSpot is launching a vast slate of exciting new shows. Next up is How It Saved, a series that digs into gaming history and the games, mascots, and people that saved their franchises from obscurity. The first episode, due out Sunday, is all about the original Resident Evil 4, which at the time helped reinvigorate a stagnating series.
If you are just catching up, check out GameSpot's History of Legend of Zelda video and the first episode of The Kurt Locker that digs into all the recent remakes.
For more, check out a detailed rundown of all of GameSpot's new shows and what you expect.
The products discussed here were independently chosen by our editors. GameSpot may get a share of the revenue if you buy anything featured on our site.