RE4

Ok, I’m on my second play-through of Resident Evil 4, and I have to say, I love this game. I’m not a huge video game guy. I lose interest in ’em pretty quickly for the most part. I don’t care about high scores. Never played a lot of donkey kong or mario, though I loved […]

Ok, I’m on my second play-through of Resident Evil 4, and I have to say, I love this game.

I’m not a huge video game guy. I lose interest in ’em pretty quickly for the most part. I don’t care about high scores. Never played a lot of donkey kong or mario, though I loved Asteroids, Tempest, Pac Man. I don’t spend a lotta time with my PS2. But I do love the survival horror games.

I don’t wanna do a full gave review – lots of sites have that. But I have to say, this game has more going for it in terms of sheer fun and creepieness than any other game since RE2.

It’s a winner. Great weapons, hard game play, some good puzzles. all sorts of new features, including the ability to buy and sell (and upgrade) weapons. AND a storyline that kinds-sorta makes sense.

Good stuff.

2 thoughts on “RE4”

  1. I’m glad someone has remembered the brilliance of Resident Evil 2. The way you could replay the character sequence, as well as unlock a brilliant battle game, was one of the reasons why Resident Evil had won my respect. It seems they haven’t really repeated that since.

    Anyway, I’m getting Resident Evil 4 for Christmas and, of course, I can’t wait!

    Does Leon still say “Ada! Wait!” a lot?

  2. I just pulled out RE2 and my god, the animation is blocky and crude. Great game though. I really think 4 is the best since that game. And Leon’s turned into a total action hero.

    No, Leon doesn’t say “Ada! Wait!” but every time he says “Ada” I have to finish it for him. B^)

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