Reviews and Problems with Resident Evil: Code Veronica X
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Just annoying at times, which is messed up because the other parts of the game are fun.
R. Rivers Jr., Amazon
3 April 2014
Summary: Okay this game can be fun at times(though if tank controls annoy you, then you might not like it) but MAN some of the stuff in this game is annoying. The save system is just...ugh. Old school fans of Resident Evil will probably like it but it just got to the point where it annoyed me. You have to use ink cartridges that you find in the game in order to save.
Summary: I love the series and the games but unfortunately I am unable to play this one. I got it new in the plastic packaging with no scratches. But when I started playing it, everything was fine until I noticed that I could not access the menu screen which is very important since I would need to get to my tools and guns to progress through the game. I tried restarting it, cleaning it (even though it was already clean), and inserting it in a different play station console.
Summary: exactly as described exactly as described why 17 words said what i wanted there is nothing else to say and this thing whants me to to keep writing if they dont change that crap i will never leave a review again
Summary: Resident Evil Code Veronica X was originally a Dreamcast game and has been ported to the PS2. While not a terrible entry in the series, it never really took off for me. Sure it was fairly long but it still felt incomplete somehow. Maybe it has something to do with the lack of unlockables and only one ending. In the first Resident evil, you could get a closet key and unlimited rocket launcher. There were also multiple endings. Same goes for 2 and 3. Why not in this?
Summary: In 1999, lots of gamers were complaining about the Resident Evil franchise becoming stale - and with good reason. The treasure box and tank-like movements of the characters remained fairly consistant through the first generation of RE games. Although I never tired of the series (I was 12 - and today would gladly take them over the sorry excuse for the new generation of RE games) Code Veronica X seems to keep that same formula but adds a fresh breath of air to the gaming...