Submitted by Pretzels 1050d ago | review

Resident Evil 6 | Geekenstein Review

"Resident Evil has a long and strange history. We’ve seen everything from first-person shooters to top-down portable titles. Resident Evil 6 is supposed to not only bring the franchise back to its roots, but continue to move it blazing into the future through the multiple campaigns. Instead of playing the same game as a single character, each campaign features a unique, but interlocking story and gameplay elements. Capcom is really trying this time, with a reported development team of over 600 people, to bring you the best Resident Evil yet." - David Rhinehart of Geekenstein.com (PS3, Resident Evil 6, Xbox 360) 1/5

StifflerK  +   1050d ago
Tbh, I enjoyed Res 6 .
I don't think I'm the only one who did either.
(Current Xbox live rating 4.5 / 5.0 with over 49,000 votes!)

But it is flawed, and I totally understand why many don't like it, as the series does seem to be moving further away from it's roots.

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