Today we take a look at Resident Evil 4! This is the Wii version of the game running on the softmodded WiiU. The Nintendo Wii doesn’t output via HDMI natively so solution for this is a softmodded WiiU running the game at a native 480p and then using an mClassic HDMI add-on to upscale to 1080p. You can see in the comparison video the difference mClassic makes for these older games. The fourth installment of Capcom’s pivotal ‘Survival Horror‘ series continues on Nintendo GameCube and PS2. The title takes place in 2004 some six years after the events that transpired in Resident Evil 2. The government has destroyed the Umbrella Corporation, which has been behind just about every plot and disgusting bio-chemical mutation in the survival horror series. Now-US agent Leon Kennedy (of Resident Evil 2 fame) has been dispatched to Europe to save the President’s daughter from ‘crazed organizations.’ Resident Evil 4 boasts some of the most impressive visuals to date on Nintendo’s next generation console, and takes the series into the realm of truly three-dimensional gameplay. Stagnant environments found in previous Resident Evil games are replaced by detailed 3D surroundings complete with dynamic camera work.