S.I: In 2011, it's difficult to contemplate just how much Resident Evil 4 did for the series. Leon's off the shoulder camera changed things significantly, introducing a dynamic viewpoint that was no longer rooted to the corner of each room. It moved away from the typical zombie scares of predecessors, introducing a slowly-progressing, 'trudge and shoot' formula that ramped up the tension considerably. It's easy to forget just how impressive Resi 4 was when it landed, especially if your memory has been tainted by the hit and miss sequel. For me, Resident Evil 4 has always been the franchise's finest moment. More importantly, it's a game that sits top of the class when reminiscing about the last generation.