gamers (80%) found this review helpful
i absolutely looove this game. i played it on the ps2 and loved it then and it's just as great on the wii. the graphics are a little bit better than the other versions. the controls are great once you get used to them which should take a beginner about 15 min. the story is the same but still a fantastic game even though it came out a few years back.
gamers (70%) found this review helpful
This game is one of the best games i have ever played and now being able to free aim with out having to fight with an Analog stick who could really ask for anything more. well maybe being able to configure the Wiimote buttons a little but thats really all. But that is really Trivial its a great game and Great Port. Definate Must have.
posted by Longshot (STATE CENTER, IA) Nov 25, 2007
Member since Dec 2006
gamers (67%) found this review helpful
There’s no question in my mind that RE4 on the Wii is the best version of this game. The reason is the controls, they’re a big step up from the CG and PS2 versions of the game. Shooting enemies where you want to shoot them has never been easier thanks to the smoother and more precise aiming that the Wii remote gives you. Using your knife and reloading feels better on the Wii too. However, Other then the controls there isn’t much difference between the other versions of the game. CG owners of the game will get to play the content that was previously only on the PS2 version of the game. Where PS2 owners will just get new controls. So if you already own RE4 on another system (especially PS2 owners of the game) it’s probably best to keep the Wii version of the game a rent. But if you don’t own and have never played RE4 save yourself some time and just go out and buy the Wii version of the game. Bottom line even though the only real new thing about the Wii version of the game is the controls, it’s still enough to make the game at least worth renting.