Summary: I enjoyed this game very much since I really like Resident Evil games. I played the fourth one on ps2 and then went and bought this one and It was a lot different but in a good way. The controls were much harder since it was for game cube but other than that it was a really cool game and had a lot blood and gun action. It had okay graphics showing how old it was and the way you could change from Leon to Claire to play was pretty cool.
Summary: In 1996, Capcom gave us the first instalment of a video game series that captured the imaginations of a generation, 'Resident Evil.' Just two years later, fans were treated to a sequel 'Resident Evil 2.' Widely considered as the superior 90's title, Capcom managing to raise the bar, giving us a fresh take on the Biohazard in Raccoon City. This time, we played with new main characters; Leon S. Kennedy (Resident Evil 4), a Rookie on his first day as a R.P.D.
Excerpt: "When it arrived, Resident Evil grabbed us all by the throats like the ravenous zombies it depicted, and shoved a brand new genre down our mouths. Survival Horror - where the player stands alone against a horde of evil, and has nothing but his wits and a minimal supply of weaponry to keep himself alive. It was a smash hit, nothing short of unique brilliance, and although Capcom bled the franchise dry with a horde of sequels (some of them as dead as ...
Excerpt: "First off, it should be noted this game is an almost completely ported remake of the Playstation version of the game. The sound and graphics are identical. Controlling Leon or Claire, you run around Raccoon City, trying to solve the mysterious chain of events. The many enemies, fluent controls and expansive weapon selection, are this games best points. Meeting many NPC's, most killed off my the monstrous hoard of the undead, the player aims to simply ...
Summary: After playing the remake of the original resident evil and the brillant and underrated resident evil zero it is quite sad that how bored i am getting of resident evil. It isn't just how it looks either it is the simple fact that this game is so similiar to the others, the story is weak, and reminds me somewhat of a bmovie film horror.
Summary: I feel that this is a very underrated game, because contrary to popular belief it is NOT a direct port of the PS original but infact the rare Dual Shock version! The differences being: Obviously the dual shock feature and analogue control but also... The graphics to me look better (though only slightly). The 4th survivor games now have a timer and new artwork on completion. An U/L ammo cheat is available from the menu like on the original Directors Cut.
Summary: You'd have thought that, after such a successful re-release of the Original game Resident Evil, Capcom would do the same for its sequels. Sorry - no such luck. This release is almost a direct port of the original one, and doesn't really use the power of the cube to its full capability. It's a shame, but that said this is no great loss because its gameplay and replay value still outclass most newly released titles.