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Resident Evil 5 - Standard Edition - PlayStation 4
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- Mercenaries mode features 8 playable characters each with different costumes and loadouts to choose from
- Chris Redfield and new playable character Sheva Alomar are tasked with investigating the epidemic
- Two player local and online coop
- All previously released DLC including costumes, game modes, figures and bonus story scenarios
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Well you can figure why I praise co-op play so much. If this were a single player only game- my score would probably be one star lower. Also this game isn't "scary". There are tense moments and a healthy amount of body horror, but nothing that'll make you jump. The dlc "Lost in Nightmares" is pretty good. A nice tribute to the original resident evil game. Overally this is a pretty good game, but in order to have the maximum amount of fun you need a good buddy and a cozy couch.
Since I no longer own my PS3 and I realized that I did miss this game - I simply had to get it for my PS4.
I do not see that there is much of a graphic difference which is kind of surprising, but not too disappointed in that. I do wish that they took the opportunity to add more costumes or characters or simply something to keep the fans happy and to make the game Worth buying a second time. Ultimately nothing has changed in this version but I must say it is totally worth it if you can challenge your spouse in the co-op play as well as the mercenaries gameplay.
It's even better if you can turn the mercenaries section into a drinking game ( that's a personal recommendation for those of you who are 18 or older ;) - I truly wish more games had full co-op play.
If you have not play this game and are a resident evil fan I highly recommend adding it to your collection, if you have played this game in the past and are considering replaying again I highly recommend!
Now can we please petition for a resident evil 4 remake for the PS4??? I would love to replay that one as well!
If one remembers how this game was shown off back when it was released, the marketing relied upon two things, Jills grave, or her death that no one fell for, and the multiplayer with Shiva. Capcom changed everything that this game was in the beginning for these reasons. The game isn’t bad, but when you compare it with RE 4, a masterpiece, or with any RE title that came before it, it shows it’s true self, a poorly made game that is only remembered for it’s average story, and decent game play. It’s sad because it really could’ve been a great game. The developers deserve some blame, but I put it mostly on Capcom as a Company. To allow marketing, which is just a tool, to dictate a game’s development isn’t ever right. Yes companies want to make money, and that’s fine, but when the Quality of the work doesn’t justify the price they Charge, then it becomes more then making money, it’s about greed. When that’s the case the fans are always the ones that lose at the end of the day. RE 6 , and RE 3 remake are perfect examples that Capcom doesn’t care about their fan base, even though they pretend to do. I personally have Capcom in my top five for worse game Publishers. Konomi being at number one, for what they did to Kojima. I give Resident Evil 5 a decent three stars.
This is one of those rare console games that still has splitscreen. I played the campaign again with a family member. Nowadays video game companies have less split-screen because they want you to buy more copies of their games.
The controls are still the same. You have to shoot while standing still. And all Resident Evil guns feel exactly the same.
But I like that this game isn't scary. Shooting while standing still takes some getting used to but it ups the tension and you get used to it, even if you might get eaten by zombies while trying to run.