If you’re still desperately waiting for Capcom to announce the upcoming remake of Resident Evil 4, we may have the perfect game to play.
As noted in The Metro, someone made a separate game that is completely focused on the screen of the inventory Resident Evil 4.
“The goal is to keep all the items in your inventory while all your weapons are loaded and your health is not too low. Arrange the items so that they fit,” the small ad said.
For those of you who haven’t had a chance to play Resident Evil 4 before, the point was that there was limited space in the players’ inventory, and you had to turn items from time to time to squeeze them in.
Save Room, in fact, uses this to create a series of puzzles that players must solve, and we imagine that as you progress the difficulty will increase. Even the background music sounds vaguely familiar.
Although the “storage room” is not available on your PlayStation or Xbox, like most Resi games, if you have a fairly simple PC, you can easily play it on Steam.
At the moment, the game has no price, but given that the developer and publisher Fractal Projects has already released 5 games for only 79 pence each, we doubt that Save Room will break the bank.
As VGC noted in February, Capcom will reportedly present the game this year, as well as detail some of the key changes they are making.
The following Fanbyte report gives one indication of what it might look like: “In Resident Evil 4 Remake, the famous acquaintance with the village takes place at night. Like a decent part of the rest of the game.”
Probably, the remake got the green light after the success of the remakes of Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3. Let’s hope that the remake of Resi 4 will live up to its cult reputation.