Conclusion: The HD collection brings the on-rails action to the PS3 with zombies and leeches and yeti looking things, oh my! The Umbrella Chronicles and Darkside Chronicles keep you entertained with huge worm looking enemies and zombies. Yes, more zombies.
Summary: The Resident Evil Chronicles HD collection is a pair of downloadable versions of the Resident Evil: Darkside Chronicles and Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles that were released for the Wii in 2007; they’ve been repackaged, given an HD upgrade and released as a Playstation 3 exclusive for use with...
Summary: Resident Evil Chronicles HD Collection is the perfect way to introduce newer fans of Resident Evil to some of the greatest moments from Resident Evil 0, 1, 2, 3 and Code Veronica while also being a competent light gun shooter at the same time.
Pros: Perfect way to introduce new RE fans to the series, Improved Move controls are better than ever
Cons: The camera in Darkside is so shaky that it might cause motion sickness in some players., Button-mapping is somewhat weird and needs to be changed around in the settings., Still looks like a Wii port, so the textures aren't as fresh as they should be.
Resident Evil: Chronicles HD Collection PS3 Review
15 July 2012
Conclusion: There are already a few good gun shooters out on the Playstation Move, titles such as House of the Dead: Overkill and Dead Space: Extraction are notable mentions. If your a fan of these titles or of course of the Playstation Move in general, then either of these two titles will make a welcome...
Excerpt: Previously released for Nintendo Wii in 2007 and 2009 respectively, Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles and Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles allowed players to relive classic moments throughout the history of the Resident Evil franchise with on the rails gameplay that you'd find in titles...
Excerpt: I don't own a PlayStation Move controller. It's probably best to get that out of the way right now, seeing as this is PlayStation 3 (PS3) port of a Wii game, which carries with it the implication that PlayStation's port of the Wii's controllers would be the optimal way of playing it.