shinjiex's Resident Evil 6 (PlayStation 3) review

Bigger! & Longer! & Fun!

Resident Evil 6 is the latest title in the long running video game series from Capcom that has spawn over a dozen games across over 15 year

Resident Evil or in Japan known as Bio Hazard originally debuted on Sony PlayStation in 1996

Positive +

4 campaigns to play from the prospective of up to 7 characters with various location tailor made for that character(s)

with Leon Kennedy who debuted in RE2 returning who helped reboot the series thanks to RE4

along with the original male protagonist Chris Redfield with his follow up from RE5

Mercenaries Mode a time trial arcade zombie horde mode that is unlocked right off the bat is a nice break from the campaign

Slight new tweaks to the controls to allow for trick shots and melee take downs animations for satisfying gameplay

Negative -

Your being tailed by an A.I. partner or a another player via online which can take away from the solitude atmosphere and can sometimes get in the way during combat

Zombies that you kill will fade away disappearing i.e. no corpse effect

Reports there is some disc locked content primarily for online modes to be released as DLC

Closing Argument

Resident Evil has never been meant to be taken seriously but is a cheesy B Movie that is entertaining!

at the end of the day it's a great 3rd person zombie shooter nothing more nothing less

11 Comments Refresh
Posted by Nightriff

Have you even played the game?

Posted by Godlyawesomeguy

@Nightriff said:

Have you even played the game?

I don't think he or she has, but that review title is GOLD.

Posted by honkyjesus

Thanks for the review, IGN/Gametrailers.

Posted by ShinjiEx

@honkyjesus:You forgot Game Informer that gave it a Silver Medal ^__^

Posted by honkyjesus

I just can't say no to Alan Wake or I just can't return some videotapes.

Is it too late too triple preorder?

Posted by evanbower

"Resident Evil or in Japan known as Bio Hazard originally debuted on Sony PlayStation in 1996"

Hahah... thanks for the context.

Posted by bennym6

@honkyjesus said:

Thanks for the review, IGN/Gametrailers.


Posted by Ghostiet

I love you, ShinjiEx. You are totally fucking bananas. Never change.

Posted by TheVideoHustler

I am uncomfortable reading this.

And I really doubt this person actually played this game.

Posted by TheDudeOfGaming

You people say what you will, this is the most awesome review ever written.

Posted by ShinjiEx


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