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Submitted by Cyrus365 1822d ago | review

Guardian: Resident Evil Archives Review

Guardian writes: "This game is actually a remake of a remake, having made its second appearance on the Gamecube to some acclaim in 2002. It's also the second Resident Evil game to be transferred from the Gamecube to the Wii, although the effort that went into Resident Evil 4's rerelease is sadly nowhere to be seen here. The controls, graphics and even the original 4:3 screen ratio all remain identical to the version released seven years ago. Considering the Wii's inbuilt ability to play Gamecube games, it's difficult to fully recommend a purchase even at the reduced price this is being offered at." (Resident Evil, Wii) 3/5

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