Wigglez wrote:Resident Evil 5
I recently as in just yesterday, I finally have RE5 and this is the gold edition so it has all of the DLC with it and started playing it. I beat the first chapter. And about to go into chapter 2.
Related note: I just tried the demo for RE6. It is pimp as hell. Leon's level was the best, it brought back traditional Zombies, as well as putting more focus on dark, creepy atmosphere. Chris's level was even more action-y then 4 and 5, and Jake--you know what, screw it, Sherry's
level was cool just for being able to play as Sherry. (She went from a scared little kid to a hot blonde not afraid to jump up and kick a zombie in the face) Definitely going to pick up the full game, once I'm done saving up for Borderlands 2.
You should definitely buy RE6. I just finished all the levels, and am currently playing through to unlock skills and save skill points. It's got it's own issues (mostly limited to QTE's, forced camera angles and the fact that enemies continue to approach and attack the player even during a cutscene) but it's certainly an awesome game.
Four story lines and seven players to choose from, each with their own unique set of weapons.
IMO, its a definite improvement from RE5, although Mercenaries has gotten much tougher than RE5's. Enemies get more and more aggressive and numerous as your combo chain grows, and you can't use any of the techniques learned from RE5 Mercenaries game. You can't do quick reloads from inventory while climbing stairs since the menu's been redone, and no thanks to the physical gauge, you can't do endless physical attack anymore).
There's separate list of skill points to buy just for Mercenaries, but they're not half as useful as the ones available in campaign.
In short, much better campaign mode, but unnecessarily tough Mercenaries mode.