Capcom's latest business decision regarding a huge Nintendo 3DS release could very well be a big problem for gamers, and Gamerlive.tv's latest editorial discusses why.
I agree when I play resident evil games I always had multiple saves when something big was happening or just so if I screw up I could go back to another save and try again. My questions is can you overwrite the saves or once there you can only continue them.
Yeah, I guess you haven't realized this isn't a traditional RE game. This is Mercenaries. I don't know why all of you are complaining, I'd understand completely if this was a game that was a traditional single player game but it's not. The game itself starts AFTER you unlock everything. Why anyone would want to start over is beyond me. QQ
I'm not buying this or any other game that uses this system.
This is even worse than having to be online to play Final Fight: Double Impact. Get this sorted Capcom...
Who cares, its mercenaries, a shooter game that happens to carry the name resident evil, and features a resident evil cast. Bring me Revelations instead, that one looks awesome!
This sucks...... I had this game at number 1 on my Q on Gamefly and when I went to their site this morning I saw that they had the game marked as "Un-rentable".
It's not that big of a deal. I don't see why anyone would want to erase their save anyways. It's not like there's a story to play through, it's an arcade shooter for Christ's sake.
did you never restarted a game you've already finished ? i have done this plenty of times ..i don't know why i suddenly can't ...
Not saying it's any good , but people (as in journalists need to check their facts a bit . It's hardly the first time they do this on cartridge . They pretty much did the same with Super street fighter 2 Turbo revival on GBA . So did plenty other publishers (like with Riviera)
CashCom continues their "bend over" initiative.
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