The failure of Resident Evil. An epic rant....

Discussion in 'Console Gaming' started by Grace Saunders, Dec 27, 2020.

  1. Grace Saunders

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    It's dead now, to me, at least. :happy2:

    Agree with me or not.

    You know I am probably right, though. :rolleyes:

     
  2. eastmen

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    I really only liked Code Veronica and a bit of RE4 (although the game cube controller really killed it for me)

    But it is really popular with a lot of people
     
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    For me RE7 is my favorite, no contest, but because of the VR mode. They could have called it another name i would have liked it as much.
    I'm not much into the remakes.
    But a liked RE5 and 6 last gen because of the coop mode, i'm still baffled that this gen we got so few full coop campaign games, it was a big thing last gen.
    I've read rumors of a potential RE4 VR version for Oculus Quest, I hope it turns out to be true.
     
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    My favs are 1,2 (the original), 2 Remake and 7
     
  5. Grace Saunders

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    The plot is so convuluted, and I can't say I like the fact you never actually see the face of Ethan Winters. Or maybe it's because Capcom doesn't want anyone to see him in full, as we are supposed to view him as some type of a proxy character. That's stupid. But I just don't want to see any more first person sequels.

    Maybe Capcom could make that perspective optional, huh?
     
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