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Resident Evil 4 (Wii)

Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Unknown
199 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 13 x 1.6 cm ; 32 g
  • Release Date: 28 Jun. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (199 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,758 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Product Description

The original GameCube version of Resident Evil 4 was universally considered to be the best game of 2005. It completely reinvented what had begun to be a fairly stale series, in the process becoming one of the most accomplished third person action games ever seen and certainly the most cinematic. The subsequent PlayStation 2 port did a very good job of almost matching the graphical quality of the GameCube version, while also adding in a number of extra features, including an extra five bonus chapters as the mysterious Ada Wong.

This new Wii version is essentially a combination of the two previous games, with new motion controls added in. The means you get the superior graphics of the GameCube version (now in 16:9 widescreen for the first time) and all the extras from the PlayStation 2 games, including the Separate Ways bonus sections with Ada.

Although no one’s going to complain about all of the above (especially as the GameCube version is now very difficult to get a hold of new) the big question is how the controls work on the Wii remote. The answer is surprisingly well, with the remote used to aim directly on screen like a light gun and the nunchuk employed for moving around. It’s not too dissimilar to The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess and proves again that the Wii can handle games with more complex controls perfectly well if called upon. All of which means this is the definitive version of what is unquestionably one of the very best action games ever made.
Harrison Dent

Manufacturer's Description

One of the most celebrated games of all time now comes to the Wii with added Wii Remote support, allowing players to aim, fire, slash, reload, crank and avoid oncoming adversaries with intuitive motions and movements. With new intuitive controls, RE4 Wii Edition is reborn as a whole new experience.

Leon S. Kennedy, formerly Raccoon City Police Department’s idealistic rookie cop, is now a U.S. agent with a top-secret mission to rescue the President’s daughter, who has been kidnapped by a mysterious organization. Leon must begin his investigation with a trip to an undisclosed Spanish-speaking village in Europe, where he encounters a horde of unruly villagers who pledge their lives to Los Illuminados, the cult that perpetrated Ashley’s kidnapping. As Leon encounters unimaginable horrors, he must find out who -- or what -- is behind everything.


  • Wii Remote Action - moving the Wii Remote allows players to aim weapons, slash with the knife, control action sequences and much more
  • Unsurpassed Visuals - RE4 Wii Edition features breathtaking 3D graphics and effects
  • Behind the Camera View - camera follows you from behind and allows for intuitive movement
  • Advanced AI - enemies use their cunning abilities to team up and attack the player en mass
  • "Separate Ways" - play as glamorous agent Ada Wong in five new chapters that reveal startling insight into the original storyline
  • Supports true 16:9 widescreen and Dolby Pro Logic II

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111 of 116 people found the following review helpful By P. J. Bevan on 19 July 2007
Having not played a Resident Evil since the very first one (didn't enjoy it), and spending the last ten years using a mouse and keyboard combination for all sorts of games, I had mixed feelings about this game from the start. A friend of mine had shown me the Gamecube version to which I was non-plussed.

Quite frankly after 15mins of playing it, I realised I was too scared to move around the village after dying several times. I was actually rooted to the spot in fear, unable to go on unless one of the shambling spaniards saw me. From that moment I was hooked.

What follows is a masterpiece of game design, minutes where nothing much happens followed by seconds of intense waving the remote around in panic make this a tense and film like experience.

In addition the 'Dungeon Lair'-esque requirements to waggle the remote or press A+B simultaneously could have felt bolted on, but, the knife fight (i won't spoilt it for you) showed just how brilliantly this could be done. I found myself poised ready as if in a real knife fight, barely listening to the characters talking, but just watching for the next lightnening fast attack I would have to defend against.

The controls are spot on, and for those who can't use a joypad to play an FPS (like me) the wii mote targetting is pitch perfect. The nunchuk being used to control the characters movements.

Finally coupled with some fairly tough bosses, and unlockable modes (2 additional story modes and the pick and play mercenaries mode) make this well worth the money.

Just a shame that the best game on the Wii is a two year old gamecube game.

Thoroughly recommended by me.
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Fellow Amazon users all i can say is that this is the definitive version of a modern classic and a must play, even if you've already experienced the brilliance of Resident Evil 4 on another platforms, this still feels and plays the best of them all. if you guys are thinking well i already own res evil4 so i shant be bothering with this then think again!! it doesnt matter as the best games are worth playing through all over again in my opinion not only does RE4 remain a heart thrilling ride, but the wii controller and nunchuck breath a whole new life into the game and gives us res evil fans a special treat even 2 years on. to the people who for some strange reason have not played resident evil4, you guys seriously have some catching upto do and you are missing out on what is one of the best if not the best series ever released on any format im sure other res evil fans will agree with me.Read more ›
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Dr Evil VINE VOICE on 2 July 2007
Resident Evil 4 is without a doubt one of the best action games ever. Released already on the Gamecube, PS2 and PC, RE4 is now on the Wii with new, more interactive controls.

The setting of RE4 is completely new from previous Resident Evil games - Leon Kennedy has been sent to Europe to rescue the president's kidnapped daughter, taking the setting away from Racoon City and the game replaces zombies with crazy villagers, who will attack you (sometimes at quite a speed) with all sorts of weapons. The action is now over-the-shoulder as opposed the old style fixed camera view. It is all at a much faster pace too now, with a more arcade-like feel to it, which does work for the better. Also on the Wii version are the Ada missions which were only previously on the PS2 version, adding a little more action once you have finished the main game.

This edition is a great package, taking full advantage of the Wii's innovative control methods and adding it to a game which can be played through over and over again. I have already finished this on the Gamecube a few years back but couldn't resist getting this again at a budget price as it is a game I knew I would enjoy as much now as I did the first time I played it. A recommended buy for anybody.

The best game ever made better!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Su TOP 100 REVIEWER on 9 May 2010
It is 6 years since the Racoon City T-virus outbreak and one of the few survivors, ex-rookie cop Leon Scott Kennedy, now works for the President's Special Task Force. Unfortunately for Leon, his first assignment was supposed to be protecting the President's daughter, Ashley Graham, but she was kidnapped the day before he was due to take over, and now he has to find her. Well, that's Leon's story and he's sticking to it.

I never thought that I'd enjoy a first person shooter (FPS); to be honest after my dire attempts to play Doom on PC I'd always assumed I'd be less than useless at them. Other than Doom the closest I'd gotten to an FPS had been Tomb Raider (and even I don't think that counts), but after Christmas RE4 was in the sales and it was cheap enough for me to think `why not'.

I love it. It is officially the most played game in my wii collection, after 4 months of ownership and playing I can honestly say that the disc is rarely out of the wii console.

On starting the game the menu I was greeted by had two options "Easy" and "Normal" (on completion of the "normal" you get the option of "professional") - so as a newbie to FPS I went for the "Easy" option. I had to die a few times in the village before I got the hang of things, but once I did I get the hang of it the game play is superb. This is not an on-the-rails game so once you've clear a section of the game you can take your time, have a wander around, and look for the bonus items, gems, jewels and treasures. This also allows you to recover from a hectic battle with a little treasure hunting.
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