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  • For example, the graphics, which are of course amazing

    • by Naoto
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      The Resident Evil franchise has come to be very popular over the years. It started out on a basic concept– you’re trapped in a mansion with zombies. Lots of zombies. Now, kill them all and find a way out.

      However, as the games have come out, the stories and characters (as well as the voice acting) have grown and improved. The newer Resident Evil games have deep storylines and twisting mysteries, with no exception of the the 4th game. Resident Evil 4 stars Leon S.

      Kennedy, one of the main characters of Resident Evil 2. He’s sent


      on a mission to save the presidents daughter who’s been kidnapped by a cult for ransom, but when he arrives he’s greeted by undead townsfolk. Leon is determined to finish his mission, and that’s exactly what he does.

      So, obviously, your job is to find and save the presidents daughter, Ashley. Now, we’ll come back to Ashley later– I would like to talk about the good stuff first. For example, the graphics, which are of course amazing.

      As are the sound effects and music, and the voice acting is good for the series as well. The controls ...


      • are excellent, especially in this version (the GameCube version. I’ve also played the Wii version and the PS2 version, but the GC is my favorite because the controls feel more natural).

        The characters are awesome, both the newly introduced ones and the ones we know from previous games. Well… Most of them at least. And now… We get to Ashley.

        As is the purpose of the game, you have to safely get her out of the clutches of the cult and get her back to safety. And how long does this take? The ENTIRE… GAME. Literally, the

        first chapter is getting to her then the rest of the game is just saving her over and over again because she’s so useless she gets kidnapped a million times! However, aside from the huge game-flaw that is Ashley, this game is absolutely brilliant.

        The plot is absolutely brilliant and it’s constantly fun to play. The unlockables, such as a bonus chapter and a ‘mercenaries’ mode, add extra gametime to keep you occupied on top of the already lengthy main game. Basically, this game is amazing.

        It’s fun, it’s new, it’s innovative, and it’s all-around well made. A must-have for survival-horror/3rd-Person Shooter fans.




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