"Terror, reflex usage and difficult bosses. <br>DO WANT!"5.0 starson by Scorpini_01
Pros: The best Resident Evil. Simple as that. It's terrifying just to walk around. Great graphics for the PS2 and an ongoing story with many "OHMYFREAKINGGODICANNOTBELIEVEIT" moments.
Cons: Sucks out many hours of your life. Ammo can sometimes lack. (But this is also a pro at the same time, as it adds to the terror knowing you don't have much to fight something with.)
Summary: I have spent too much time with this game. When I save, it's stuck on "99:59:59" in the Time Played section, as I've surpassed the common human limit of time spent on the game. It's not just stereotypical, zombie action. Infact, they're not really zombies at all. There is always a variation of the enemies and bosses. The AI lacks - in the "artificial" bit of the acronym. (I'm saying the AI is great, to people who don't understand me.) It gives you many options as to how you can do things. You can either quietly open a door and avoid every foe as much as possible, or you can kick the door nearly off it's hinges and do a Rambo-style monster annihilation of everything in sight. Many moments of "Aww... why??" when, for example, your slightly useless cohort Ashley (the president's daughter you're trying to save) gets carried off while you're busy with a horde of Ganados. All-in-all, I highly recommend this to any gamer of the age who can handle terror and innards transforming into terrible tenticles that instantly decapitate you and your partner.I meant tentacles, not 'tenticles'. I'm not entirely sure as to what a 'tenticle' is. Maybe I don't want to know.
Updated on Jun 19, 2011