Reviews and Problems with Resident Evil: Code Veronica X
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RE: Code V
18 August 2013
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: This game is virtually the same as all of the other old school Resident Evil games. Limited supplies, lots of puzzles, item management, and zombies. The limited items creates a tense atmosphere and there are plenty of jump scares. If you liked any of the previous RE games, you'll probably enjoy the gameplay of this one. Now, don't get me wrong, I love old school RE gameplay, there are just a few things that are WAY more frustrating than they are fun.
Summary: This was the 1st Resident Evil I played and beat myself. It was satisfying, and fun and the story was interesting. I loved every aspect of it, but it got so hard at times that I would not have made it past certain points without consulting internet walkthroughs, or cheating! The storyline is very confusing, and the backtracking is tedious and ridiculous.
Summary: good game, if you think your a resident evil fan and you don't have this,you're just a wannabe, but anyhow.You start as Clair,you equip the lighter and you find a man staring at you (creepy) he lets you out and than you find a knife on the table.Or at least you're supposed to. You leave and fight a grave yard full of zombies..
Summary: I love almost every resident evil game ever made...but not this one. I honestly dont know what it was that made me and my friend hate this game. We actually beat the game, and we (are both huge Res Evil fans) wanted to stomp on the disk. I probably would have liked the game more if you could pick Chris from the start and not be stuck a full game with his hot but stupid sister. That and i didnt care for the storyline at all.
Summary: This game is nothing but a great deception! After one of the greatest games of the series - Resident Evil 3, this one was expected to improve the series. But with troublesome camera views, a confusing and uninteresting story, low availability of extras and upgrades that makes the player enjoy the game again and again, I sincerely do not recommend this game for fans of Resident Evil.
Summary: The number one biggest problem with Resident Evil: Code Veronica is that it's *completely* unnecessary if you go into it having thoroughly played and completed Resident Evil 1 and 2. Code Veronica basically combines the mansion of the first RE and the atmosphere and puzzles of the second RE and tries to paint a fake picture of being a completely new game with updated graphics and atmosphere, when in fact, that couldn't be further from the truth.
Summary: I Just beat this game a couple days ago and let me say that it was really dissapointing. Its not the graphics are bad, they are fine. It wasnt the controls they are basically the same as Re 1, 2, 3. There just wasnt that extra something to make it intresting, The cut scenes seemed lame, I was basically bored the whole time playing the game and don't remember ever really having that excitment thing going at any parts.
Summary: Hey there, lemme tell ya about a little game I played for the Sega Dreamcast way back in the day. It was called RE Code Veronica and it was the next installment, that Capcom gave us, dealing with RE and it's HUGE following. The game pulled off ok in alot of respects because of the obvious graphics and sound improvements. However, for me it just didn't seem to have the same pull that RE 2 or RE 3 did.