Reviews and Problems with Resident Evil Code: Veronica X HD
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Resident Evil Code: Veronica X HD
17 October 2011
Conclusion: An A rank in the campaign would only allow you 1 save and a 3:30 time limit, with no continues. Best of luck! Overall, this game is an excellent port. No bugs or framerate errors like we've seen in similar HD ports (lookin at you, Silent Hill) and a replication of one of the best games in what was a great franchise for many years. Well worth every penny, pick it up!
Excerpt: Everyone and their brother have heard of Resident Evil. ThereÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s no denying the fact that the game series has paved the way for other horror games out there. Resident Evil was always known for their...
Pros: + Good old school survival horror, + Great atmosphere, + Decent story
Cons: Controls take some getting used to, Cheesy dialog, The HD is lack luster
Conclusion: Resident Evil Code: Veronica X HD, despite the re-learning curve, is still one of the best games that came from the four original RE titles. Playing this game brought me back to the Dreamcast once again. It took me to a place where I can still jump at horrible surprises, where I still have sweaty palms when I'm going from place to place, and where I have a permanently residing knot in my stomach trying to figure out if I have enough ammo/health to survive the horror...
Conclusion: Concept: Polish away a classic horror title’s age without scuffing the horror
Graphics: The CG sequences are grainy, but the wounds on the zombies’ faces are vividly gory
Sound: Every moan, gunshot, and line of terrible voice acting sounds just as it did in the original version
Playability: Tank controls, harsh difficulty, and a clunky inventory will consternate all but true Resident Evil vets
Entertainment: Dodging zombies and solving puzzles overcomes old school...
Excerpt: Capcom has just re-released the fourth Resident Evil title, Resident Evil CODE: Veronica X HD , into the Xbox Live marketplace. They didn’t just pull it from the original 2000 Dreamcast game – but instead they polished up its more recent 2001 iteration, Resident Evil CODE: Veronica X (or Complete in Japan) from the PS2. It was furnished with graphical and audio improvements.