It’s pretty crazy to think that an old video game we’ve all played a million times is one of the most hotly anticipated games of the season, but that’s how good Resident Evil 3 was. Soon, we’ll be able to relive the magic when the remake is released on April 3. You know there’s no chance you’re going to pass on this game, so why not pre-order it now while it’s discounted at Amazon? Pre-orders for hot games almost never get any decent discounts, so this is a rare opportunity you definitely shouldn’t pass up. You’ll pay just $49.94 instead of $60 for the PlayStation 4 version or for the Xbox One version, but only if you hurry because this deal won’t last long!

Here’s the scoop from the product page:

  • A fan favorite Reborn – this highly requested title modernizes a classic favorite 20 years after the original game’s release.
  • Up close and personal – An over-the-shoulder camera and modernized control scheme update the 1999 survival horror classic, drawing players into every Blood curdling encounter and horrific scare while they navigate the ruins of raccoon city.
  • Experience another perspective of the once-vibrant City’s nightmarish outbreak of the tvirus, a biological weapon developed by Umbrella Corporation. Jill’s struggle for survival takes her from the outbreak, and overlaps with the events in Resident Evil 2.
  • Overcome chilling encounters in a fight for survival that ratchets up the genre-defining horror game’s intensity. Nail-biting exploration complements the gripping puzzle solving that fans love.
  • Includes Resident Evil resistance – this online 4 vs. 1 asymmetrical multiplayer experience offers both cooperative and competitive gameplay, where players can create their own survival horror experience in the Resident Evil universe.

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