In gaming, an "updated version" is a disk-based update for a game. Back before downloadable content became common in the "6th gen consoles"/''7th gen consoles'', already released games would come out on another platform with extra content to bring in more customers.
Updated Resident Evil titles
- A number of updated versions were released for Resident Evil and Resident Evil 2, most of which having relatively minor alterations whether it be new costumes, mini games, the ability to rearrange the player's games (Arrange Mode) etc. Little changes affected the storyline at all.
- 1998 Director's Cut version of Resident Evil.
- 1998 DuaShock and Platinum versions of the Resident Evil 2.
- 2006 Nintendo DS version of Resident Evil.
- 2006 SOURCENEXT version of Resident Evil 2.
- 2007 Wii Version of Resident Evil 4 (2005).
- 2010 Gold Edition version of Resident Evil 5 (2009).
- 2011 HD Remasters of Resident Evil 4 (2007) and Resident Evil CODE:Veronica (2001).
- 2012 PlayStation 3 HD Remasters of 2007's Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles and 2009's Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles.
- 2013 Unveiled Edition / HD Remaster of Resident Evil: Revelations (2012).
- 2014 Ultimate HD PC Version of Resident Evil 4 (2011).
- 2015 HD Remaster of Resident Evil Remake (2002).
- 2015 PC Microsoft Windows SteamWorks version of Resident Evil 5 Gold Edition (replacing the previous one).
- 2016 HD Remaster of Resident Evil Zero (2002).
- 2016 PS4/Xbox One versions of Resident Evil 6 , Resident Evil 5 and Resident Evil 4.
- Remake - Where a game is re-built from scratch.
- Reboot - Where a game reverts previously established canon.