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  Published: 2016-03-22, Author: Greg , review by:

  • Abstract:  Call it astonishing. Call it mind blowing. Call it the game of the week, the year or maybe even the decade. Call it the best Resident Evil yet; no one is going to argue. While Capcom may have only clawed at the face of the survival horror genre with its p...

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  Published: 2006-12-29, review by:

  • Abstract:  Game In A Glance:Ups: New approach to gameplay eliminates most complaints ever brought against the RE series. This is a truly scary game.Downs: You can’t sidestep, but honestly, who cares?For the Parents: Probably one of the most violent games avail...

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  Published: 2006-09-19, review by:

  • Abstract:  Its time for yet another King of Fighters tournament where the metrosexual boys and buxom girls of the SNK verse get together for some more knuckle-dusting fun. But is this title yet another case of way too little, way too late?

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  Published: 2005-11-17, review by:

  • Tense action; great story; surprising gameplay twists; a fantastic game all-round.
  • New control scheme takes some getting used to and all Resident Evil movements still seem slow; poor reaction time can get you killed.
  • Best Resident Evil game. Ever! It represents the necessary evolution of the series and is a faithful port of the acclaimed GC title with added features for the PS2 audience.

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  Published: 2005-11-14, review by:

  • Abstract:  Resident Evil 4 (PlayStation 2)Genre: Survival Horror Originally on the Game Cube, PS2 owners get to own this fantastic title of the survival/horror genre. Now, I have never been a fan of the Resident Evil games, basically because of the terr...

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  Published: 2005-10-31, review by:

  • Abstract:  Survival/horror games come in many different forms. Konami makes theirs extra creepy. Tecmos photography-inspired Fatal Frame series more subtle, shocking and surprising the player at the least-expected moments. Nightmare Creatures was cool but had mo...

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  Published: 2005-02-26, Author: Riyad , review by:

  • Not only has Resident Evil 4 breathed new life into the survival horror genre, but it's breathed new life into the GameCube. If you have a GameCube you need to buy this game and if you don't own a GameCube, it's worth buying one just to play Resident Evil...

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  Published: 2005-02-16, review by:

  • Abstract:  Resident Evil 4 One of the best know horror survival series is back. Resident Evil 4 the long awaited most anticipated, talked about game from Capcom is finally unleashed. When the game was first announced way back when, it was going to be released on ...

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  Published: 2005-01-10, review by:

  • Abstract:  <b>Spec:</b> Adventure, Horror, Horror Action Adventure, Mature<br>

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  Published: 2005-12-20, review by:

  • Incredibly amazing audiovisual presentation, Excellent, bloody, in-your-face shooting action, Suspenseful, lengthy storyline keeps you guessing, Astonishing boss battles, Plenty of extras give lots of replay value - separate ways side story exclusive to P...
  • Some uncharacteristically goofy dialogue, A couple of minor graphical blemishes
  • Originally released for the GameCube, Resident Evil 4 makes few sacrifices in bringing all its gory glory to bear on the PlayStation 2 and delivers one incredible thrill after another. ...

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