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Submitted by globeofgamers 612d ago | review

Resident Evil 4 HD Edition Review – Why It’s Another Disappointment - GotGame

Resident Evil 4 was launched in 2005 on GameCube and it ushered a new era for the franchise with its new perspective and play style, which were inherited by the sequels as well. Capcom ported the game to multiple platforms, and the game was welcomed by the already succeeding console generation on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Even though nine years is a lot of time for a proper PC port, there are reasons why we needed it. Resident Evil 4 has been available on PC since 2007, but its release was appalling when compared to its console brethren. The horrible impressions were created mostly by the technical details, given the lack of mouse controls and the option to adjust visual settings." (PC, Resident Evil 4 Ultimate HD Edition) 2.5/5

EyePawd  +   612d ago
I'm not really sure how disappointing a re-release of a rel-release of a re-release of an almost ten year-old game can be.

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