RE4 in a bloody brilliant game. It follows Leon S. Kennedy through a village run by the Los Illuminado. You will face 'villagers' with heads blown off, chainsaw wo/men, dynamite, and Big Cheese. With its branch offs, Assaignment Ada and Seperate Ways, you can unlock something called the Chicago Typewriter. It takes down your hit ration signifigantly but you will never need to worry about finding those pesky bullets. All in all it is well developed and a good decent game. Beat the main story once and you get a surprise. Beat it twice, and you will just have to play to see. :)
The only problem that I have with the game is the running.
Story - The president's daughter has been kidnapped and it's up to Leon S. Kennedy to rescue her but everything goes bad the second he starts his mission.
Gameplay - Clever use of motion controls with the wii remote. Quick knife can be used by swinging the wii remote. Brings out the best of the Gamecube and ps2 version and brings them together. Good port to the wii and up to date control and graphic wise.
Challenge - Medium
Overall - 10/10
Get this version of the game if you can. It still has the alternate stories and game modes from other versions of the game with better controls and better graphics. Must buy if you are a fan of Resident Evil 4.
posted by PS3fan899 (INDEPENDENCE, KY) Jun 15, 2012
Member since Oct 2011
I borrowed this one from a friend about a year ago, and i gotta say, RE4 is one of the greatest games i've ever played, hands down.
The graphics are excellent (for the time the game was originally released), but still, it looks pretty good by the standards of the Wii. The gameplay is very addicting, it introduced something new. It combined Action with occasional puzzles. Although it lacks some of those "Oh Dang!" moments that the series introduced earlier (Survival Horror), but it could still give a scare or two. This game also introduced the "over-the-shoulder" camera angle, and it works really well. As for as the control scheme goes, you used the "B" button to Aim, and the "A" button to fire, i think it should have been the other way around, but that's a very minor complaint. You use the Wii-mote to move the Crosshair, sometimes you have to shake the Wii-mote to get it to aim properly, but very rarely.
To summarize it, Resident Evil 4 is a definate play for any gamer. I assure you, you won't be disappointed.