According to a posting put out by Capcom today, the HD remake of the first Resident Evil has sold over one million copies since its digital release in January of this year. The game is also notable for holding several other impressive sales records as well, including being the fastest selling digital day one game on the Playstation Network and Capcom’s best selling digital game of all time in both North America and Europe.
Resident Evil HD is an enhanced port of the 2002 Gamecube remake of the game of the same name, which built upon the basis of the 1996 PS1 original by adding massively enhanced graphics and rebalanced gameplay. The new HD version of the game builds on this tradition of progress by adding several new elements of its own, including HD graphics and enhanced sound effects and music, a very easy mode for those who only wish to experience the game’s bone chilling story and frights, and new control and graphical options so that gamers can fine tune their gaming experience to their liking.
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