Resident Evil HD Review | TSA

"Although not the very first survival horror game, Resident Evil is often touted as one of the genre’s leading pioneers – and rightly so. Since its debut on PlayStation almost two decades ago, the Capcom powerhouse has gone on to sell more than 11 million copies, petrifying players across the globe.

Over the past few years however, the series has admittedly lost its way. Bowing to ongoing trends in the third person action genre, Resident Evil 5 was a markedly different horror experience when it finally touched down in 2009. Gone was the prominent focus on zombies and puzzle solving, replaced by swarms of mutants sandwiched between bombastic set-pieces."

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jznrpg1271d ago

It is still a great game , and ive played it on ps1 , gamecube and ps4 now.

lonelyplayer1271d ago (Edited 1271d ago )

It's a lot better than a 7 and actually the "archaic" design is oone of the things that make the game great. For example, the checkpoints every 10 seconds ruin the horror games since you don't lose anything, you can just go into the room fearless and careless.

DarkOcelet1271d ago

Exactly which is why this and The Evil within have some very tense moments.

Clown_Syndr0me1271d ago

The save system ruined it for me. I wish I read up on it prior to buying.
I understand why it's like that but most days I only get an hour or so to play and unfortunately on Resident Evil that isn't enough time to even reach a save point (even if I did I'd have to think carefully due to ribbons) so it's made the game virtually unplayable in my situation.

loganbdh1270d ago

7 is wayy to low for the game and it's impossible to compare this to any current gen or last gen horror game... these reviewers are getting out of hand nowadays.