While not quite as captivating as its predecessor, Resident Evil 2 Remake, RE3R still holds strong as a stellar horror experience. The biggest draw back easily being the short length (about 6ish hours) and lack of any kind of real replay value, RE3R doesn't over stay its welcome and is a steal at any sale price.
Overall a good game. I particularly enjoyed the pace of it, the urgency of Jill's last escape can really be felt by the players, the game mechanics and controls are quite flawless and visually RE3 remake is just gorgeous. Unfortunately the game is just too short for its price and for its own good, there is no way around this fact, enormous areas from the original were completely removed and the ones that made the cut felt somehow generic and uninspiring. I honestly enjoyed playing this game, and I do recommend it, but as an RE fan who has been playing the games since 1998, I couldn't help but to feel a slight disappointment. If this game had came out for half the price and as a DLC that would be golden and worthy of praise, but as a full game (and specially after what Capcom have done with the remake of RE2) is just, well... a good short game.