Excerpt: The Resident Evil series has earned legions of fans since its debut in 1996, having begun on the original PlayStation then flitting from console to console with subsequent iterations. Every now and again, a title in the series gets ported to the PC, usually long after it has worn out its welcome on whatever console for which it has originally been developed.
Summary: A year after releasing Resident Evil 5, Capcom is back with the exciting conclusion to the story. In this Jill-centric DLC we get plenty of zombies to shoot at, a tense countdown to worry about and a brand new sidekick that barely says a word. And even though it doesn't contain a single haunted mansion, Desperate Escape more than makes up for it with its all-out action.
Summary: Nobody can fault Capcom for putting the suspense back in the Resident Evil franchise; I only wish there were more genuine scares. As it is, Lost in Nightmares is a solid adventure with a compelling location to explore. It's marred by a short (and insanely easy) campaign and a boss fight that was literally pulled directly from Resident Evil 5. The price is right for this expansion ... it's the length that is all wrong.
Conclusion: On peut trouver beaucoup de raisons objectives pour dire que ce Resident Evil 5 ne nous satisfait pas pleinement, à commencer par l'héritage du premier volet qui pousse à un niveau de perfection rarement reproductible. On peut toujours arguer du fait que le gameplay vieillissant n'arrive plus à se planquer derrière une volonté de faire stresser le joueur, que le passage en Afrique est tout sauf obligatoire au scénario ou encore que l'histoire sent le réchauffé.
Pros: Un jeu assez bluffant graphiquement, La coopération à l'honneur, Gestion des armes et de l'inventaire, Boucherie unlimited
Excerpt: Following one of the greatest games of all time can't be easy. For many people Resident Evil 4 is the perfect game. It's action packed, tense, scary, brilliantly paced, full of "wow" moments, features incredible visuals, is jammed full of replay value and surprises from start to finish. Four years later gamers expect this and more from Resident Evil 5.
Excerpt: Capcom has spent the past month filling in the holes of Resident Evil 5, with the mid-February release of Lost in Nightmares and several costume packs keeping veteran zombie hunters busy. The second and final downloadable mission, Desperate Escape, has finally landed on Xbox Live and PSN, giving survival horror fans yet another reason to