Resident Evil 4 was a turning point for the series. From its beginning in 1996 it concentrated on survivor horror. Frightening the player using a fixed camera was the signature feature of the games. This all changed in January of 2005 with Resident Evil 4’s third person shooter focus. It continues to be hailed as a videogame landmark. The series has remained very popular in subsequent releases despite the quality of game being severely decreased. Were the problems evident in the fourth edition? Or is it a true all-time great? Let’s find out in this week’s Retro Thursday review of Resident Evil 4.