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Resident Evil 6 - PlayStation 4-Front_Standard

Resident Evil 6 - PlayStation 4

Model: 56029SKU: 5096401

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Rating 4.2 out of 5 stars with 769 reviews

90%
would recommend to a friend

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  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Not the best

    Posted
    svenska
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    It was a little uneven in the campaign but much better coop.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    not a very good resident evil game

    Posted
    Mario
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    The gameplay is great but the campaigns are bad and boring. Mercenaries mode is where the gameplay really shines.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Huge improvement to the PS3 version

    Posted
    Enix
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    The 60 fps really makes this game a lot better. It plays far, far smoother. Campaign is still a mess but Mercenaries, and No Mercy mode, are great. Don't expect horror.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Pretty good

    Posted
    Jarf
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    I mostly bought it to play mercenaries with my friend. The storylines of resident evil really fell off after 4. Unfortunately there is a lot of dead black screen on either side of each players split screen. This shrinks the game field so significantly it is basically impossible to play accurately with split screen. I started the campaign and it was pretty garbage so far, but I will probably get back to it someday.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A good remaster

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    Cloudrift
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    Resident Evil 6 is considered the weakest of the Resident Evil main franchise. There are many reasons for this such as the Michael Bay stylized frequent explosions and set pieces to the rampant Quick Time Events. The story isn't the best and there is a lot of backtracking with all the individual campaigns. For those who favor the traditional survivor horror experience, you will find it strange to be using cover shooting in a Resident Evil game. Nevertheless, the game's combat system is more fleshed out and being able to shoot, while moving is a huge plus compared to earlier games (the Revelation games have adopted this). The more in-depth melee and countering system gives you more option aside from just using your guns. The game's story is also a decent length with four campaigns each lasting about five hours each. Fortunately, you don't have to babysit your A.I. partner though the game is best played in co-op. The best part about this remaster is that the game runs at a higher framerate that usually hits 60 fps. For RE6, this is a huge improvement since the game's combat is much more faster paced compared to earlier entries. This version also includes all the DLC for mercenaries and the various mode. If you haven't played RE6 yet, this is the version to get and for the price it's definitely worth picking up given its wealth of content.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Action Game!

    Posted
    Alex
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    I really enjoy this game despite its shortcomings. The game seems very unfocused because of the 3 campaigns (4 if you count Ada's). It's almost like the developers tried to please all fans by making each campaign focus on aspects from past games in the series that were popular such as RE3: Nemisis, RE2, and RE5. Leon's campaign focuses on Horror, Chris's focuses on action, and Jake's focuses on survival. While it's awesome that you get to play as 6 characters (8 with Ada's campaign) it makes the game as a whole very inconsistent. It's still a blast to play though. It's much more enjoyable with a friend. I really like the new move sets that each character can perform. You can counter attack, slide, dodge roll, take cover (though it's not very useful except for in Chris' and Jake's campaigns, and the aiming is kinda wonky), shoot while moving, and sneak attack. The weapons aren't upgradable anymore, but you can purchase "Skills" that can increase attacks, defense, ammo drop rates, etc. The bosses are over the top and, for the most part, fun to fight. One boss in Chris' campaign in particular was very awesome. The setting was claustrophobic and it played out like a game of cat and mouse. Overall, I feel this is a great game in the Resident Evil series and worth buying on current gen consoles if you didn't buy it the first time around. Otherwise, I'd say skip if you already own a PS3/Xbox360 version because even though the textures are slightly better, runs at native 1080p and the frame rate is at 60fps, it's still the same game.

    I would recommend this to a friend