This is how the game has been made in capcom and so many other companies!
Like thisante dies with one little sword in the game in hard difficulties but in the movie sequences vergil couldn't!
This is how the games are being created!
RE5 is the best graphical game that I've played in my life so far. Capcom has used multi-core/hyper-threading technology to it's fullest potential.
I have to agree, this serie is monotonous. I guess I'm spoiled from the last sequence and in this showcase there is no thrill effect for me.
Anyone who is playing RE the first time, will be totally blown away!
P.S. 8.9/10, intense action all over again!!!!
[Edited by WiedzminDylan, 11/4/2010 5:51:36 PM]
Most definately NOT the best Resident Evil. This Las Plagas can't provide for a proper settings as the T-Virus did.
First, in rural Spain, now in rural Africa...
Survival Horror used to be the main genre; now it's Action. It doesn't work the same magic.
I can't tell which Resident Evil is the best, I've only played from 3 onward, but I know Resident Evil 3 was much more gripping than the 2 sequels since. They made them well, no question about that. The execution is good, the problem lies in the idea. If they'd stayed faithful to the original style, these sequels could only have been better than as they are.
-- zombies and us, respectively, in the old games.
Oh my. Well that's the beauty of the game I guess. It's challenging. A lot of strategy and tactics come in handy and if you have none of it, then you're going to find yourself struggling throughout the course of the game.
Where's the strategy/tactic in getting him NOT to dodge the 200 rockets I'm shooting at him?
What strategy do I employ to prevent him from zipping across the map 200 feet when I shoot the rocket in his hand when he actually does catch it? (Thus preventing me from getting close enough to inject him?)
I did get past this fight. with blind luck. I have no idea how I did it and am sure I could not repeat it. He didn't catch the rocket, I just happened to mash the button at the right moment when he was near me.
Then we get back to "mash all the buttons while watching a scene". The tactic being I'm apparently too old to react in under a second to the right button.
Then I died later when fighting him - wasn't even given an opportunity to dodge. Thrown off into the volcano.
Oh well, guess I won't be saving the world today after all, because I really don't want to spend another 5 minutes going through all the button mashing to get the rock pushed over again.