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With Resident Evil 4 HD, Capcom had the opportunity to take one of the previous generation’s greatest games and update it to a modern masterpiece as well. This summer’s Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time for 3DS proved that, with enough extra effort, even years-old titles can seem fresh and relevant. Sadly, Resident Evil 4 HD has not received the same level of enhancement – upscaled textures are about as exciting as this facelift gets. The survival horror shooter is still classic and worth playing, of course, but not as worth replaying as we’d hoped...
Resident Evil 6 is the most ambitious game in the franchise yet, and it's likely going to be the most polarizing. Will you love it or hate it? Find out in our review...
Resident Evil: Chronicles HD Collection brings the light-gun action from Wii to PlayStation Move in a two-game downloadable package. Is it worth the plunge if you've never played either before?
The recent release of Resident Evil 4 HD reminded us that some great games remain as inviting and playable as they ever were, even after the passage of several years and countless innovations within the same genre. If only the same could be said about tomorrow's release of Resident Evil: Code: Veronica X HD. Almost twelve years after its first appearance on the Sega Dreamcast, playing Code: Veronica X feels more like fumbling through an interactive museum exhibit demonstrating some of 3D gaming's first wobbly steps into modernity. It's still a solid game, but you should leave behind most modern conceptions of what makes a good game if you want to get the most out of this outing...
Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City takes the canon in a whole new direction with a co-op squad shooter that takes place around the events of Resident Evil 2. Is it as awesome as a Chicago Typewriter, or is it about as much fun as huffing the G-Virus out of a canister?
Relatively early in the Campaign Mode of Resistance, our hero Nathan Hale bursts out onto the shoreline quay to be confronted by a horizon dominated by a cloud-sized Chimera ship, looming over the suspension bridge with the surrounding sky teeming with tinier enemy craft.
Let’s not make anyone wait for it: Resistance 3 is a return to glory, and possibly the best Resistance yet. More than that, it’s the most fun I’ve had playing a first-person shooter in some time. While I enjoyed Resistance 2, many found it to be a stumble for the series, not on par with the original. If you were disappointed in number two, fear not, because number three fixes all of the missteps from before and then cranks up the adrenaline factor to the highest so far in the desperate battle against the Chimera invasion...
Retro City Rampage certainly has a lot of love for the past, but what else does it have to offer outside a ton of references to the 1980s? Our review...
Retro/Grade flips the script by making you play a rhythm game in reverse, with shoot-'em-up elements thrown in for good measure. See if this PSN indie game's got it where it counts...