I recently just beat RE 5 for the first time and liked it quite a bit. So I decided to bite the bullet and check out RE 6. My curiosity had to know how such a big budget game could be so bad. I have finished the first two chapters of Jake and Leon, and have just started Chris... I am enjoying it so far. I mean, were people's gripes with it the controls or story? A mixture of both? Story is intriguing so far and I am having no problems with controls. So the people that hated it, had you made that decision as early as I am in the game? I remember people complaining about the QTE's and dying in battle. While I don't like QTE's in general they haven't been a problem for me so far. I'm wondering if they patched the timing, among other controls. Things I don't like that stand out though is no pause button, and the strange auto saves. I can see how not understanding how the auto save feature works would really make you angry if you quit and had to re-do a bunch of stuff. A question for those that have played the whole game. I read that playing the first two chapters of Jake, Leon then Chris is the best way to approach the story. Then switch off between a chapter from each after. I like this approach so far as I enjoy the change in pace and setting. I'm wondering if I should throw in Ada's campaign too, since she is unlocked from the start. Can anyone confirm if playing her first two chapters after Chris' is a bad idea with me learning too much at once?