Summary: Resident evil 6 is the worst resident evil ever made. It's more action oriented and the many campaigns just makes the story more convoluted and less interesting. I wouldn't recommend this game at all; even resident evil 5 is better and that isn't saying much. I'm still a fan of the old school static-camera resident evil, but out of the games with the over-the-shoulder game play, I recommend Resident evil 4 only.
Summary: The Resident Evil franchise is Capcom's storied survival-horror franchise that spawned a slew of sequels, copy-cat games, and an entire genre when the original Resident Evil was released for the PS1 in 1996. In the days of the PS1, Japanese developers often set the precedent that other developers in the West followed and Resident Evil was no exception. The series established survival-horror as a legitimate genre made up of careful story pacing, limited resources (e.g.
Summary: Bought the game a year after it came out, knowing about its mixed reviews. Big RE fan and just had to try it for myself. Enjoyed the game, but the QTE's (Quick Time Events) ruined it for me big time. Pros: -Updated controls and camera, total control (almost) of the character and camera. Needs some tweaks. -Game looks good, atmosphere not as bad as people say. -Melee mechanics are okay, also needs some tweaks. -Mercenaries, as usual, is awesome. -Boss battles were cool.
Summary: On the whole, I found this game pretty boring. That's especially disappointing because I really did like RE5 (Gold) a lot. First off, it's not really one game, but four separate missions with four separate characters. So it lacks the usual sense of a coherent overall plot. Also, I found the controls difficult to master. I'm far from a "hard-core" gamer, so maybe that's my problem, but the lack of a manual meant actually taking notes while playing the prologue.
Summary: Don't know what it is.. but its not that scary. Maybe the developers focus on the graphics so much they forget about the scary parts of the game. In fact, I can pick why it isn't scary. First of all, no one likes smart zombies. They can ride snow-mobiles! What? Did you just read that? Yes, they can. I liked the zombies where you would hear them in the hallways waiting for fresh meat. Just walking up to you with their hands toward you. Nope not in this...