Summary: Enough was said in the title, but that's basically it. Sure the graphics aren't all that great, but you have to consider when the first one was made. They wanted to stay as true as they could to the first one while adapting it for the DS. They even got the cheesy voice acting right.
Summary: + Pros: + Full Resident Evil port + Top screen display of map & health status + New Puzzles + Unlockable "Master of Knifing" mini-game + Wireless Co-op/Versus modes - Cons: - Learning curve for knife fighting - Multi-Card game not available for single player - Game does not save when the power is...
Summary: so this game for the ds is the origianl resident evil game. with a few new extras. man I forgot how much fun that game was. I know it does not have the graphics of todays new next gen game systems, but it is still a great game.
Summary: When Resident Evil first debuted in 1996, it was an instant classic. This is THE game that is responsible for the genre, "Survival Horror" and ten years later, you can play it on the go with your Nintendo DS. The story is almost known to everyone in the gaming world nowadays, but let's take a recap.
Summary: The first game in the RE series came in the form of this here port of a PlayStation game. What made the game so damn special back in '96 were the stuning visuals and overall spooky atmoshpere. The backgrounds are pre-rendered and are mainly uninteractive.
Summary: For those who haven't had a chance to experience the original Resident Evil game from the 90's this is pretty much a dirrect port over, featuring a couple of play modes; classical, rebirth, and multiplayer. Classical speaks for itself, it's bassically the original game with nothing added or removed.