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Submitted by Xanthus22 699d ago | review

Reviewing The Resident Evil Series | Leviathyn

The horror began in 1996 when Capcom released the game that changed everything. Before this games were only scary because of text or creepy pixelated graphics. With the release of Resident Evil, gamers everywhere were introduced to a new kind of horror: an interactive one. A horror where your control would mean life or death for your character. You had to be smart. You had to know when to shoot or when to flee. Ammo was precious but even more so time. With every loading screen of a door opening or ascending stairs our hearts would beat faster and faster because we could never guess what could be waiting for us. (PC, PS3, Resident Evil, Xbox 360) -

Arcanine  +   699d ago
was a great series key word WAS!
PrimeLantern  +   699d ago
I really need to replay through Code: Veronica. Never went through X or XHD.

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