People really, really want a remake of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, don't they? We mean, we most certainly do too off the back of the success of the Resident Evil 2 remake, but this story is just a little bit too ridiculous. Forum chatter on the popular ResetEra suggests that the recently announced Project Resistance is actually a multiplayer mode for the assumed remake of Jill Valentine's adventures in Raccoon City, and apparently, the announcement trailer even suggests there's a link between the two.
Basically, the thread creator thinks they've spotted Carlos Oliveria and the lady herself, Jill Valentine, in the CCTV footage found within Project Resistance's reveal trailer from earlier this week. The character models shown supposedly look like their original PSone counterparts, except for a more "professional" way of holding her weapon in the case of Jill, as the forum poster puts it. If you want to see the evidence, head on through this link, but it's sort of ridiculous. However, there's another twist in the tail.
Apparently, the Resident Evil community has been theorizing that Project Resistance is actually just a multiplayer mode for the currently unannounced Resident Evil 3: Nemesis remake. Supposedly, there are ties between the two games as fans read too much into the working title of the multiplayer-centric experience, to the point where we're not going to give that speculation any weight. It's all just a bit silly really.
There will most likely be a remake of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis in the future, but this isn't it folks. Although, what do you think? Is there something here we're missing? Share your thoughts in the comments below.