Reviews and Problems with Resident Evil Code: Veronica X
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1 November 2015
Summary: You know it's not a true HD Release when textures look exactly the same as the PS2/DC/Gamecube versions, however everything else was done correctly, the source content is intact and they even went and enhanced the graphics by quite a large amount, which somehow people here have not mentioned, like...
Summary: I;ll be honest. this is a game i've been meaning to play since it first came out back on the dreamcast and now that i have played it?.. um.. i have mixed feelings.. for the most part the game is fun, even if it's controls are outdated and the cheesy, badly acted dialog is still present (minus Alyson...
Summary: This is the very last time RE was a non-linear true survival game. The last time in RE history that there were puzzles that took more than two seconds to figure out. The last time you had to figure out just what this item is for and where you're supposed to go.
Summary: The game is as good as you expect from the original (not 3rd person) RE series. But there is one huge flaw. During the campaign (BEWARE OF MINOR SPOILER, READ AT YOUR OWN RISK BEYOND THIS POINT), you play for several characters.
Summary: When Resident Evil: Code Veronica X first released back 2001, Gameplay is Perfect, Story was Best even more thanks to Wesker. Gameplay: 7/10 Story: 8/10 Total: 8/10 I was once Die Hard Fan but stop caring Since Series become crap once Resident Evil 4 Released.
Summary: I found this rather frustrating to play all over again, not because of the actual game lacking replay value, but because I'm sick of all these so called, "HD Versions", of games that are hardly any different from the original.
Summary: Very good resident evil. Boring at the start, interesting later. People who voted down for it, i hope you get ran over by a combine harvester lol. Seriously. The graphics are good, sound is good and story is good. ALSO! ITS BEEN RELEASED IN HD ON PS3 AND XBOX 360 LATE 2011! OMG! Huh... Now...
Summary: The fact this game has HD in the title is an insult. I love Code Veronica and had it on Dreamcast, then bought it again when it came out on PS2. So the thought of RE:CV having HD visuals was worth it (to me) to buy this game yet again. Well...I can't quite voice my true disappointment.
Summary: There will be people here who complain about the controls and difficulty, which is to be expected given how 'awkwardly' the old RE titles handle. With that said, the controls don't take long to learn and to dismiss the game based on how it controls is an injustice to what is still a great game at...