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E3: Video: Resident Evil 5 Xbox 360 indoor frenzy

Capcom Co. this week demonstrated Resident Evil 5 for Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox 360 and Sony Corp.'s Playstation at the E3 Media & Business Summit in Los Angeles, CA.

In a new video from the Xbox 360 version, Chris and secondary character Sheva battle a barrage of zombie enemies homing towards an indoor refuge.

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truth for gamers3778d ago

whats the point of showing this if it comes in youtube resolution???

fafoon3778d ago

That it was on the Xbox

Mr PS33778d ago

An Xbot
Who was playing
What the hell was he shooting at
Everything and anything except the Zombies
This Xbot like all Bots could'nt hit a cows ass with a shovel

Silogon3778d ago

Capcom is like the village bicycle, everyone takes them for a ride. Lame and lame and lame again. Sony needs to ditch all the chump weeds and buy more of their own internal studios and make games and games again.

Lots of gameS!!!!

psiom3778d ago

Or did that video make the gameplay look really crap?

I mean...I know the graphics are awesome, but the gameplay in that little segment looked awful. Zombies kinda lurching around doing nothing while they wait for their 'turn' to attack (like a B grade kung fu flick).

Didn't help that the player/s couldn't AIM.

I'm excited for this game, and I loved RE4. I just hope that this video was for some reason a mere bad example and not a bad sign.

Domenikos3778d ago (Edited 3778d ago )

Zombies are like... waiting? or something? in RE4 zombies atacked u all the time, no matter what, they were less i know but this is not a Survival horror game (not anymore), its like a survival action TPS game.

Capcom really need to work on that.

beavis4play3777d ago

this is probably early in the game? the players are using really weak pistols. if the zombies move fast and are quick and responsive to the player then the players are dead real fast. their guns don't have enough quick stopping power to stand against zombies that move too fast in such confined spaces.

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