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HD Online Player (Resident Evil 4 PC HD Movie CutScene) . Former Resident Evil 4 PC HD Director/Cinematic Director Hubert Burdick has said, in an interview, that he is interested in making a remake of the game, saying, "I personally would love to remake some of the old Resident Evil games." Other modders, such as "King of Temptation" and "DHS Thomas", have also stated their interest in creating a remake of the game. In December 2009, a fan-made PC remake of Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil Code: Veronica X, called DICE Retribute, was released. There was a fan remake of Resident Evil 4 in HD called "Resident Evil HD Remaster" in 2007, but was released only for the PlayStation 3 and was released in Japan in 2008, but was never released outside Japan and the English language. Before that, Resident Evil 4 HD, a HD remake of the first PC version of the game, was released, but was only compatible with Windows Vista. Resident Evil 4 HD contains a built-in experimental PC audio engine, allowing the game to have both the 8-bit style audio of the original game, as well as the 16-bit style audio of the sequel. In 2005, a Japanese video game developer, Studio 4i, announced that they were working on a PC remake of Resident Evil 4, but later abandoned the project. Producer Keiji Inafune has stated that it is not the first Resident Evil 4 project to be made. In a Japanese video game magazine Nintendo Dream #203 in 2009, Inafune stated that he is currently making a remake of the game "using almost the exact same resources as the previous remake of Resident Evil 4, but it's a completely different game". The new remake has already been finished and is currently in the works of being released for the Wii console. In September 2010, a modder was released an unofficial high-resolution version of Resident Evil 4 PC called HD Multiplayer for Windows Vista. On January 13, 2013, an Xbox 360 remake of Resident Evil 4 was announced, but was not released until March 2013 due to issues with the game's survival horror elements. On February 19, 2013, Keiji Inafune announced on Twitter that a remake of Resident Evil 4 was in development for the Nintendo 3DS. ac619d1d87

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