Reviews and Problems with Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City
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Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City (PC)
26 May 2013
Conclusion: Operation Raccoon City is an interesting game for Resident Evil veterans, but its gameplay presents a unique challenge due to questionable design and there’s generally not a whole lot of value within.
Conclusion: Graphically it’s a huge step back. Overall I won’t advise anyone to try this at all. It’s just horrible and not even worth a cheap buy. With horrible single player and multiplayer that’s only good for a small amount of time ; it just isn’t worth the pain.
Review: Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City Special Edition (Microsoft Xbox 360)
27 March 2012
Excerpt: For Capcom, at least in the US, this is the year of Resident Evil : we’ve already looked at Resident Evil Revelations , Resident Evil 6 is coming to us at the end of the year, and the PS3 is getting a special re-release of Wii releases The Umbrella Chronicles and The Darkside Chronicles , dubbed...
Conclusion: Around sixteen years ago, Capcom released one of the most influential games that changed the way survival horror games where developed: Resident Evil. With its emphasis on horror elements, puzzles, atmosphere and story, Resident Evil set the standard on how survival horror games are done.
Summary: To most gamers the name ‘Raccoon City’ conjures up images of a city in chaos, filled with trigger-happy civilians, mercenaries with questionable motives, and of course, flesh-eating zombies. In short, all the things we’ve come to know and love about the Resident Evil series.
Pros: 4-player co-op, I have a crush on Leon S. Kennedy
Cons: Nearly broken aiming system, Enemy damage is all over the place, Poor execution of what could have been something great
Conclusion: Moreover, a concept that should have been cool, which is having another clean-up crew on the field also tackling outbreak victims and Umbrella-created nasties, who’re also your enemy, just don’t reach any kind of maximised potential.