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|Custom Bundle:||No||Platform:||Sony PlayStation 2|
|Genre:||Survival Horror||Game Name:||Resident Evil 4|
|Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)||Publisher:||Capcom|
|Video Game Series:||Resident Evil||Rating:||M - Mature|
|The first game in Capcom's blockbuster survival-horror series designed with a real-time 3D polygonal engine, Resident Evil 4 is freed from the camera limitations and static backgrounds of past titles. Players guide Leon S. Kennedy, the lead protagonist in Resident Evil 2, in an adventure taking them deep within the Umbrella Corporation. The result is a battle for survival as players confront mutated biological experiments, zombies, and other creatures of suspicious origin. Leon comes equipped with a revolver but will still be able to find various other weapons along the way. Environments include rain-soaked alleyways, decrepit sewers, and castle-like structures. Hiroshi Shibata, who previously worked on Resident Evil 3, makes his directorial debut in this game, with Hiroyuki Kobayashi (Dino Crisis 2, Devil May Cry) serving as producer.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||48139750|
|Product Key Features|
|Platform||Sony PlayStation 2|
|Game Name||Resident Evil 4|
|Rating||M - Mature|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1|
|ESRB Rating||M - Mature|
|Genre||Action/Adventure, Adventure, Action/Adventure|
|ESRB Descriptor||Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Language|
|Game Name Special Features||Enhanced remake of the hit GameCube game lets you play as Ada Wong in five new chapters Main story involves agent Leon S. Kennedy's mission to investigate the President's daughter's disappearance Wield new weapons like the P.R|
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Resident EVIL 4 PS 2 special edition
My favorite single person shooter game of all time this is my 6th game disc and my 4th PS2 console never get enough of the extras on this game !! I know technology has moved on from this set up but I love it like pacman or mariio !!
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The Best Resident Evil Game YET
GAMEPLAY- 10/10 While the tank like character rotational movement remains, it should serve as no problem for anyone familiar with the series, and is quite easy to pick up for a beginner as well. While it does make close combat difficult when surrounded, since the character rotation is rather slow, it remains a comfortable system, causing only minor problems for the most part. Most notable in this category, however, is the combat system. Unlike other games in the series, the player manually aims their weapon with the aid of a laser-aiming device. This allows for more versatility in combat, giving the player the option of choosing specific targets on the enemy, i.e. legs, arms, head. Another noteworthy factor is the "Action button". The action icon appears to allow the character to engage certain events, such as leaping through a window, knocking down ladders, and kicking enemies. In the same category, these button presses exist within cutscenes as well, forcing the player to stay "on their toes" during cinemas. Enemy AI is excellent as well. The ganados function well in group battle, constantly trying to encircle the player, and go so far as to dodge and duck to avoid attacks. STORY- 9/10 The story of this game differs greatly from the rest of the series. Though dotted with many familiar characters, the game maintains the feel of an entirely new experience. I would have asked for a bit more thorough explaination of a few points within the game as they relate to the rest of the series, which is why I've scored this section as I have. GRAPHICS/SOUND- 9/10 The environments in this game are well-rendered as well as interactive, and retain a singular "spooky" ambiance throughout. The character models are clear and crisp, with minimal faults in animation. The music suits the game and while not brilliant, it flows well with the ambiance of each area. Sound effects are well-done also, though often the constant harping of "Esta aqui!" and the like from the Ganados grows irritating. The only minor flaw I've found is that on occasion the sound effects do not mesh with the number or gender of opponents. When spotted by a female ganado, for example, several male and female voices will sometimes be heard, though only one opponent exists. PLAY TIME/REPLAYABLILITY- 10/10 Taking 10-15 hours to complete, the game is on par with the remainder of the series. However, upon completing the main game you are rewarded with not one, not two, but three extra game modes. Separate Ways serves to delve deeper into the plotline of the game, taking you deeper into the story and showing the player that not everything that occurs throughout is coincidental. Separate Ways plays much like a second game entirely. Assignment Ada plays much like the main game as well. The Mercenaries is certainly my favorite of the extras, however. With five characters and four levels, it allows for hours of entertainment in itself. By completing these extra game modes, weapons become available in the main game and Separate Ways, coercing the player into numerous replays in order to obtain them all. This game can easily be enjoyed again and again, for hours at a time. FINAL RECOMMENDATION- Buy it, now! If you don't already own this game, I highly recommend that you go out and buy it right this minute. If it is given to you as a gift, whomever gave it to you should become your new best friend for it. So, what are you waiting for? Go buy it. Right now. Hurry up.
This game has it all!
If you want a GOOD storyline, super graphics, and plenty of action then Resident Evil 4 is your bag! I am picky when it comes to action type shooter games and this one had all I ever wanted. The story revolves around Leon on a rescue mission to save Ashley, the President's daughter. There are several levels that you go through and it is far from boring. Though there aren't zombies(the foes are infected/possessed by a parasite)and there are a few different creatures that you'll do battle with, the action is fast paced. There is an impressive array of weapons to choose from but you have to find and earn enough money to buy them. You can also pay to upgrade your existing weapons in firepower, capacity, reload speed and firing speed. The kill shots are graphic enough for the hardcore gore lover. The camera angle is in the over-the-shoulder view but it's easy to get used to. This is the best RE game I've played so far.
This game is pretty awesome I don't have a lot of extra time to usually spend on these role play type games but this one got me hooked right in. I am on my 3rd time around playing it and its still interesting. The whole over the shoulder camera view is a little odd though, in till you get used to it. The pro game play is very difficult and makes for challenging gaming. Lots of cool scences/cut scences, cool weapons, action and the same old on the edge of your seat suspence kinda scare you as the past RE games . Great game I recommend! RC
Resident Evil 4
This is one of the greatest games I've ever played and I've played hundreds- the graphics are truly noteworthy, especially on the aging PS2 hardware, the lines are crisp, the colors vivid and the details are eye catching. An engaging storyline- with some humor as well as twists. Although linear, the story does offer some alternative choices once you've played the game through for the first time. This is, by far, the best Resident Evil installment in the franchise. You have access to more and better weapons (if you play a few of the side missions and then start a new game from the previous save, you'll have access to even better weaponry) but this isn't a game for the trigger-happy lead sprayer; while the conditions are slightly relaxed when it comes to obtaining and reserving ammo (players of previous RE installments can attest to the appalling lack of ammo reserves you had to work with) you still need to make every shot count. The game plays like an action-RPG; the character isn't necessarily 'upgradeable' but his weapons and armament is; all in all, an excellent game well worth whatever you pay for it, new or used. Just to give you an idea, I clocked in somewhere around 30+ hours in my first run-through, 5 on ONE side mission and started a new game with the weapons upgrades. Even better, the weapons you upgraded in your first walkthrough are still in your attache case, along with anything else that was left (money, ammo, grenades, health pickups) so you get to start off like a beast instead of a...well, you know, whatever's not so great. Of course, there will be those out there who feel that re-starting with the weapons upgrades is cheesy but hey, I like having the odds tilted heavily into my favor- and even then, the game still draws me in. So, if you've got some time to kill and about 20 bucks, go get this game- you won't be sorry that you did.