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Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles review (WII)
28 March 2014
Excerpt: I doubt that I’ll ever be mistaken for a proper Resident Evil fan, but that’s okay because a pal of mine likes the series enough for both of us. He has a tattoo of the Umbrella Corporation and he has… an umbrella.
Excerpt: Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles follows the events that led to the downfall of the Umbrella Corporation, as detailed in the Resident Evil games up until Resident Evil 4 (and yes, unfortunately that does mean there are no levels based on Resident Evil 4 here).
Excerpt: In 2003, Resident Evil Zero was released to many critics’ complaints that, while in no way a bad game, the Resident Evil formula had run its course and was becoming an archaic relic of early 3D game development.
Conclusion: My first month in Championship Manager gives a fairly accurate description of the rest of the game. My drastically changed team fulfilled the club's 09/10 season promise: a promotion to the Premier League where I subsequently got mashed and ended up in the lower regions.
Excerpt: Never let it be said that Capcom doesn't try to look after its hardcore fans. Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles will have every Resident Evil fan salivating at the mouth, twitching in anticipation and experiencing all those other bodily reactions we go on about when we're excited about a game.
Conclusion: For those who aren't a big fan of either, it's definitely a considerable choice for renting. In all, this Resident Evil title definitely strengthens the Wii's library by adding a top-notch game with the maturity and gore hardcore gamers want.
Wii Review - 'Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles'
24 February 2008
Summary: Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles combines first-person, light-gun style combat with interactive pathways, multiple weapons and new enemies to create an entirely new RE experience, revealing the back story behind the fall of the Umbrella Corporation.