Summary: I am The Destroyer. I will break games, complain about the littlest detail, and tell you whether or not the game is worth buying. A lot of things to say here, but can't due to the 5000 character limit. First, I'd like to say that if you're a first-time player, play offline. Don't play co-op without an actual friend. The community is now plagued with hackers, trolls, and gamers who will I am The Destroyer.
Summary: I completely fell in love with this franchise and loved resident evil 6. I still don't see why people don't like it. Maybe it's just me, but anyway I like this installment to and for the price I had to get it. So far I'm liking it although I'm not crazy about having to worry if my ai is ok in the heat of battling bows. But I can see why capcom did that, either way I like the setting to and the controls are easy to use.
Summary: With a total lack of anything scary and an emphasis on action packed shoot-outs and set-pieces, it seems like the classic survival-horror series is moving away from the fear in this entry in favor of a more action-oriented approach. However the game still stubbornly clings to old survival-horror gameplay tropes (not moving while shooting and limited inventory space), which leads to the With a total lack of anything scary and an emphasis on action packed shoot-outs and...
Summary: I fell in love with RE:4 for the PS2 years ago. Since I (recently) picked up a PS3 (as you can tell, I'm not a true "gamer", waiting so long to adapt to a system) I've been wanting to play Resident Evil again. This new version is just as fun as the older ones, with better graphics and a great story. It was definitely hard at parts (again, I'm not the best gamer), but I really enjoyed it overall.