Conclusion: REmake is the best but I love all the old style RE games especially this, number 2 and CVX RE4 was very fun but not the same and RE5 was dissapointing but for the Co-op which was lots of fun in a more Gears of War way not in a Resident Evil way.
Conclusion: i think the new remake was amazing but like all resident evil games way too many different things at once, ill always appreciate RE 1 AN RE2 because it was mainly zombies, in the new games its crazy village people or gone crazy Africans, i miss the real zombie terror an REmake definitely gives me...
Conclusion: good review of RE1 remake chris lol i hav also play SH for the reason of IM NOT SCARED OF YOU played (3, 4, and origins 3 scared me the most cus its controls were like RE only this was like shit espesualy the hospital an last place when i played origins i through its was a different kind of...
Conclusion: Thanks for the comment Terrawind I have played the first three Silent Hill games, and will play Origins out of curiosity. For the Record, I love Silent Hill 1 to death, and it is my clear favorite in the series. Most people enjoy 2 the most, but it doesn’t do anything for me.
Conclusion: I find it saddening that it was a GameCube exclusive, and wishing it was on the PS2. But I’m getting a Nintendo Wii soon, so I’ll play this if I have the chance. Meanwhile, I resort to Silent Hill, 1, 2, 3, and 4 and now aiming for Origins on the PSP.
Conclusion: I’m actually a bigger fan of RE1 than 2. The second game had too many zombies, which in turn made them feel like standard enemies. When I walked into a room with four zombies I though, "more enemies.
Conclusion: Yeah, this was definitely an awesome game. I loved the crimson zombies. I think that added a lot to the gameplay, making you plan out which ones you killed in what order. I still think Resident Evil 2 is the best old-style RE, though.
Conclusion: RE2 is certainly a classic, and defintiely where Capcom figured out how to nail their formula. However the "creepy mansion full of monsters" just gives me such a warm, fuzzy, "House on Haunted Hill" horror flick feel that I never grow tired of. Plus the REmake visuals still blow me away.