Resident Evil has been so popular among players because of its puzzles, which have aided in retaining the series' charm and popularity. Nevertheless, puzzles remain one of the game's most symbolic elements.
Let's discover what Resident Evil's five greatest puzzles are with a 27-year history behind it.
Resident Evil 0: Animal Statues
The animals statues, which are located in the cellar of the villa James Marcus, are one of the most difficult and creative puzzles in Resident Evil 0: there are no explicit instructions on how to get them all lit up. We can only rely on the brief descriptions of the animals written on the related stones to determine who is the dominant beast of the group.
The Making of the V-Jolt (Resident Evil)
At a certain point in Villa Spencer's Keeper's House you encounter Plant 42, a boss that may be eliminated through direct combat, or by poisoning it with a deadly substance, the V-Jolt. The problem is, this fundamental chemical compound must first be created: inside a small laboratory we will therefore find everything needed to create the solution, following specific modifications marked on a wall.
The Water Champion (Resident Evil 3: Nemesis)
One of the most complicated and iconic aspects of the series, Resident Evil 3 Nemesis's last episode. A sequence will appear on the screen to be recreated to complete the procedure, using three different lines (A, B, and C) to be superimposed precisely and without smudging. The key, however, remains to observe how the three blocks intersect.
The Ashford family's portraits (Resident Evil Code Veronica)
Claire Redfield discovers one of the most challenging puzzles in Resident Evil Code Veronica: Lighting a series of paintings in succession depicting the most significant members of the Ashford family from generation to generation. Therefore, starting from the most oldest to the most recent exponents of the dynasty, it is critical to follow the family tree precisely to complete this puzzle.
Happy birthday!(Resident Evil 7 Biohazard)
With Resident Evil 7 Biohazard, Capcom revisits its survival horror roots and gives us a new gameplay mechanic: the crazy Lucas Baker creates his own version of Saw and compels the poor Clancy to a bad end, while looking closely at the videotape of his failed venture.
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