Resident Evil 5 Review: The Road To Paradise Is Kijuju

Resident Evil 5 Review

Resident Evil 5 is quite possibly the most atmospheric horror game to debut in 2009, and it definitely will not be easy to achieve a level of this quality for other horror titles soon to come out. It is now over more than a decade after the Mansion Incident, the horror of Raccoon City, Jill Valentine, and the turbulent Umbrella Corporation was put down. Umbrella Corporation committed terrible experiments, the effects of which still unfortunately continue in a grisly tale. It all begins in Africa where the local population has been infected with the biological onsets of a new virus. The horror still loiters in the country of Mother Earth – the birthplace of life, and the response is the Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance (B.S.A.A.). This government formed organization dispatches a charismatic and deeply connected individual familiar to outbreaks themselves for investigation: Chris Redfield. The infertile and austere land is swept with the filtering sweat of something intensely wrong. The return of biological organic weapons (B.O.W.s) on the black market poses a huge threat, and anyone that can pay the bill will be equipped for bioterrorism harmful to everyone. While exploring the continent through the infected that bleed out of their eyes, players will learn to adapt to the beautifully crested environments and manage to survive with the help of their partner Sheva Alomar, a trusted partner and an agent of West African branch of the B.S.A.A. Capcom breaks an intense trend that it had set of previous games: one protagonist followed with numerous characters and some that rarely helped along the way. Sheva Alomar is here to stay, is gorgeous, and does nothing better than aid Redfield when he needs it the most. The horrific scenes inculcated with the patina of slaughter and the incredible loss of balance makes Resident Evil 5 an environment in itself worth exploring to the fullest reaches of Africa.
Resident Evil 5 Review

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