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Submitted by Pozzle 140d ago | image

Resident Evil 4's awesome reloads: 16 GIFs from RE4 HD

PC Gamer: "Leon S. Kennedy doesn't just blow the heads off of zombies and Ganados like a boss. He reloads his guns like a boss, too—and he was doing it before flashy reloads were cool. Shooters released since Resident Evil 4 have added progressively more detailed animations to their gun reloads, but Capcom set a high bar for reloads in 2005. There's something incredibly tactile about the way Leon slams a new round into the bolt-action rifle. And when he whip-cracks open the Broken Butterfly, violently jams new rounds into it, and slams it shut...well, at that point he's just showing off.

After playing through the new HD port of Resident Evil 4, I decided to capture Leon's dramatic reload animations in high quality GIF form." (PC, Resident Evil 4 Ultimate HD Edition)

nucky64  +   141d ago
yea, was an ok game - at the time it was released.....but, why would anyone be excited for this now?

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