This year marks the 15th anniversary of the most celebrated survival-horror game in history. Chris Leggett heads back into the Spencer Estate mansion to rediscover what it is that has made Resident Evil an enduring classic.
I am the master of approving. "ammo certainly wasn’t plentiful." This is untrue, if you knew where to look you could end up with hundreds of bullets its just a lot of them were hidden.
Perhaps that point needs clarification; I meant "comparatively" to modern games where an ammo count is pretty much a token gesture and you'll rarely find yourself with little ammo. On your first playthrough of Resident Evil (in which typically you won't know where to look for ammo) I bet most people had to fire their weapons very conservatively.
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