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Submitted by rbailey 720d ago | review

Resident Evil 6 Review: A Deadly Masterpiece I TheKoalition.com

Richard Bailey Jr. of TheKoalition.com writes:
Back in March of 1996, Capcom embarked on the long, arduous road of developing a video game heavily influenced by contemporary science fiction and the ever-evolving survival horror genre. Resident Evil far exceeded expectations and still serves as one of the most popular franchises of all time.

Now with the release of this latest entry in the series, the studio aims to reinvent the formula that made them famous all without missing a beat. Resident Evil 6 is an engaging third-person shooter with addictive online co-op, branching storylines, and fun gameplay mechanics. Here are a few more reasons on why this game is worth playing. (PS3, Resident Evil 6, Xbox 360) 88/100

gamernova  +   720d ago
Oh no! A good score! Let the disagreements begin!

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