Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles Review - The Digital Fix

There are some things in this world that just seem like they should go together; peanut butter and jam, Miyamoto and Mario, Boris Johnson and slapstick. Sometimes things just make sense. So with the prospect of the Resident Evil franchise heading down the on-rails shooter route, a la House of the Dead, you would be expected to think that this could work very well. Sometimes however, that logical congruence can go out the window and what you thought was a great marriage ends up imploding. Resident Evil: Darkside Chronicles finally staggers onto the Playstation 3 (using the Move), originally having been released on the Wii all the way back in 2009, a companion piece to The Umbrella Chronicles (reviewed here), and for many reasons that’s probably where it should have stayed. The Darkside Chronicles is a collection of stories that see you playing out stories involving some of your Resident Evil favourites including Claire Redfield and Leon S. Kennedy taking part across the stories of Resident Evil 2 ,Code Veronica and also offering a prelude to Resident Evil 4

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