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Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City review

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alpaca 29th March 2012, 13:48 Quote
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Go in with low expectations, and you may well find them exceeded.

Awtch. Is it really that bad?
Yemerich 29th March 2012, 13:51 Quote
Resident evil part 10^16...
Isn't time to a closure?
Eiffie 29th March 2012, 16:43 Quote
I think I'll stick to 0-5 + veronica and revelations. Only two games outside the main RE series I liked were outbreak 1 and 2 and this game surely isn't outbreak.
Fizzban 29th March 2012, 17:11 Quote
What a disappointment.
MjFrosty 29th March 2012, 20:36 Quote
Thank god 6 looks good. This looked terrible from the off.
Waynio 29th March 2012, 22:22 Quote
Only liked the first 3 & code veronica, they wrecked the feel of the game when they went with silly over the shoulder cam with same bad controls it worked very well for the cctv style it was originally brought as, shame because it was an awesome series, the new ones completely failed to make me jump out of my skin. :|
PingCrosby 30th March 2012, 18:36 Quote
Still remember playing the first one with headphones on and nearly falling off my chair when them bleedin dogs came jumping through the window.
Kronos 31st March 2012, 07:36 Quote
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Still remember playing the first one with headphones on and nearly falling off my chair when them bleedin dogs came jumping through the window.

You and me both, a great memory.
longweight 31st March 2012, 10:12 Quote
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You and me both, a great memory.

And me!
Hovis 1st April 2012, 13:08 Quote
I'm not sure what the point of lavishing so much attention (I mean in general, not this site) on these franchises is when the hit ratio/pedigree becomes so poor. I mean sure Resident Evil is a recognised brand, but if you weighed up all the titles, and I mean all of them, there's fricking loads of them and I bet you won't find many of us could name them all, only a couple of them are properly solid, several are very average, and I'd bet the majority are straight up turkeys. And yet here we sit, talking about this like it's anything more than a refried zombie shooter.

My pet theory is that it's not consoles, or a lack of imagination holding back gaming, it's brands. If every game had to stand alone, without fanboys and nostalgia to back it up, then it would be a fairer market.
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