Excerpt: Admitted, I’m a big fan of Resident Evil 4. Even more, I think it’s one of the best games I’ve ever played. Capcom really overdid themselves 2,5 years ago with this awesome action-adventure and now they’ve come with a remake for the Wii. The question is how can they manage to make this masterpiece even better? Simple, add motion-sensitive controls et voilà The controls is therefore also the only meaningful difference with the Gamecube and PS2 versions.
Excerpt: Released almost 2 ½ years after the original on the GameCube, the Wii version of Resident Evil 4 has quickly established itself as the most definitive. Granted, this is a 2 ½ year old port, but on the flip side it’s also the superior version of one of the best third person shooters ever made.
Excerpt: You’ve probably played this game before, it was one of the greatest works to come from the last generation of console hardware, critically regarded as the definitive entry in Capcom’s Resident Evil series. But the Wii Remote has changed the boundaries of what’s possible in games, moving Capcom to sense an opportunity and pounce.
Excerpt: Resident Evil 4 was one of the most groundbreaking titles to be released on the GameCube over two years ago. Unfortunately, the PC port suffered due to a control scheme that just didnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t translate well using a keyboard. As such, we were skeptical to hear that a Wii version was being released simply because weÃ¢â‚¬â„¢d hate to see one of all times favorite earn a bad reputation.
Excerpt: features Leon S. Kennedy as the main character of the story, six years after his experiences in Raccoon City and the T-Virus that catalyzed an outbreak of the living undead. This resulted in the city being sterilized by the U.S. Government in the form of a nuclear detonation in the city, and subsequently, Umbrella, the ones to blame for the entire incident, was destroyed both economically and financially.