Resident Evil Review

Resident Evil is a great game that is simply fun to play. With over the top and awesome cinematic 3-D, it is one of the best buys for the PlayStation console that is both entertaining and fun to play.  A police special tactics and rescue squad (S.T.A.R.S.) vanishes in a remote location recently plagued by bizarre disappearances and deaths. Alpha Team lands to investigate the disappearance of Bravo Team and is quickly set upon by creatures who force them to run for shelter in a defunct mansion. Resident Evil is simply a great scare with lights off, plus or minus a few glitches.

Challenging cinematic gameplay is all too evident in this action title. Resident Evil dishes out some frightening, zombies and moments. The primary gameplay consists of going around the mansion, and trying to track clues and leads to find Bravo Team. As you progress, more and more happens that sends you far off your path into the biggest conspiracy against a national company on this side of the planet. Resident Evil’s soundtrack veers from typical to ominous, and discordant metal shrieks that sound as though they’re being played backward. The cinematic shift from makes sure that any incautious player face something deadly and scary.  The ingenious  and oftmost dramatic pacing of the game takes whole new levels in many different ways.

The only real flaw with Resident Evil come with the price of horrible voice acting in terms of the actual S.T.A.R.S. team. The zombies are realistic, the music is too…but something does not feel quite right in terms of the overexaggerated speeches.

Resident Evil allows anyone to admire the gorgeous dilapidated rooms and  corridors. Fighting slow turning zombies, zombie dogs, monstrous spiders into ashes, and killing anything in your sight which is mostly always dangerous is simply something unforgettable.

I'm all about one thing: reviews that are easy to understand and make sense of.

Lost Password

Sign Up