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Submitted by blainio09 1001d ago | opinion piece

Gamers@Play's Top 4 games that needed a better sequel

Number 4: Resident Evil 4

We really do have to begin with ‘Resident Evil 4‘, this game was fantastic and interesting in its own right and was done a terrible injustice with the next game in the series, the absolutely bloody awful ‘Resident Evil 5′.
‘Resident evil 4‘ had a very immersive storyline and exceptionally well-presented game-play system, from the discovery of items and how the characters interacted with the player down to the murder and anarchy that ensued around you as you played, the last thing it needed was the so-called ‘sequel’ Resident Evil 5. (Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Dead Rising, PC, PS3, Resident Evil 4, Xbox 360)

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