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Submitted by JohnnyWayne_ 1336d ago | review

Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City - TGH Review

As many will already know, Capcom decided to take a bit of a detour with their latest installment in the Resident Evil series. It is very safe to say that because of the survival horror background established by this game’s history, RE: Operation Raccoon City is not the kind of game long-time fans of the series were expecting. This title takes a break from what has been done in the series’ past and attempts to fuse together the elements and mythology of Resident Evil within the realm of a squad-based shooter. To do so they enrolled the help of Slant Six Games, the development team responsible for multiple ‘SOCOM’ titles. However, for those considering the purchase of this title, let’s explore whether or not the squad-shooter succeeds in making the detour worth the time... (Capcom, PS3, Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, Xbox 360) 3/5

ShadyDevil  +   1336d ago
Lots of mixed reviews. Still might pick it up if theres a bargain.
JohnnyWayne_  +   1336d ago
@ShadyDevil that's a fair opinion- playing with friends makes all the difference in this one!

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