Resident Evil 6 (PS3)
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- Platform: PlayStation 3
- BBFC Rating: Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over.
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Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Standard Edition
It has been ten years since the Raccoon City incident and the President of the United States has decided to reveal the truth behind what took place in the belief that it will curb the current resurgence in bioterrorist activity. Due to be by the President’s side is his personal friend and Raccoon City survivor, Leon S. Kennedy, but when the venue suffers a bioterrorist attack, Leon is forced to face a President transformed beyond recognition and make his hardest ever decision.
At the same time, Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance member, Chris Redfield arrives in China, itself under threat of a bioterrorist attack. With no country safe from these attacks and the ensuing outbreaks, the entire world’s population is united by a common fear that there is no hope left.
In a first for the franchise, Resident Evil 6 sees series favourites Leon and Chris come together to face this unprecedented threat. They will be joined by new characters, each with their own unique perspective and involvement in this relentless dramatic horror experience enacted on a global scale.
Top Customer Reviews
Let's talk about what the game gets right first.
Well to start, this game is fantastic value for money, with 3 campaigns that last around 6 hours each, a fourth campaign that is unlocked upon completion of the other 3, The Mercenaries mode is back, Agent Hunt mode is a very interesting idea that allows other players online to play as the zombies and other creatures you bump into while playing the campaigns. So if you like your games to last you a long time, then Resident Evil 6 has you covered.
Another thing the game gets spot on is Leon's campaign. It's great. A lot of people have complained that the series has abandoned it's survival horror roots and that this entry is no exception. Well I don't know about those people, but I found myself constantly struggling to find ammo and health.(I played on Veteran difficulty by the way. There may be more supplies on the lower difficulties.) There are far too many enemies for you to kill them all which means frequently running away, trying to find the next safe haven where you can catch your breath. To me, this is what Resident Evil and Survival Horror is all about. Trying to survive impossible odds with anything you can find. If it wasn't for the unfortunate lack of actual puzzles and being able to properly explore your surroundings, I would call Leon's campaign a true return to form for the series.
A lot of people have complained that the new melee system is way too overpowered. Well trust me when I say it isn't.Read more ›
Most reviewers supply their Res history, so, if anyone is interested, my first PS1 game was Res1, which I loved. Res2 and 3 were equally brilliant for me and equally replayed over and again. I was unsure of Res4 when I started it, due to the change in style, but it soon won me over and became a favourite. I enjoyed Res5, but only as a 2-player co-op game, not a solo game. And that brings me to the first problem with Res6: it's a co-op game only, in my opinion. It's a decent enough 2-player game, but a pretty awful single player outing. I've never met a game-player in my life who enjoys playing with an AI following them around. Having said that, there's a scenario that's designed to be single player, if you can be bothered to unlock it, but it kind of suffers with the same problems as the other scenarios anyway. There's no drop-in/drop-out to the co-op, and that annoys me.
So, while I'm at it, let me just vent my spleen about all the other things that annoy me; starting with the fact that it takes 12 button clicks to start the damn game (15 if you want to invite someone too). It's ridiculous and just smacks of a lack of forethought. Next, I often only have time for a quick play, and Res6 doesn't support this. There are lots of checkpoints, but, for some unfathomable reason, checkpoints are not saves. I found this to my cost, when I put the game back on and found I had to redo about half an hour's gameplay.... and almost didn't bother.Read more ›
-The camera is appalling. It either does its own thing or is jerky.
-Controls are painful.
-Way too much 'Press X to avoid dying' button sequence stuff in quick time events. NOT FUN!
-Don't really care about why the game is happening i.e the story line is weak so far.
-Really annoyed by Helena's 'I'll tell you at the cathedral, I tell you when we get there' etc and the fact that Leon doesn't push it that much. Why trust her?
-The nipple monster - poor design, annoying, silly. (The gas thing)
-The save system feels random and unhelpful and chapters feel VERY long.
-Can't carry much
-Inventory system is a nightmare. On chapter 3 and still struggling with it
-No matter what happens to the characters, they have perfect glossy, shiny hair. Also never seem to get hurt despite going through some serious stuff.
-On one level you are going down, down, down constantly to a point where you'd never see sky again, but then all of a sudden (after going down some more) you're back on the surface.
-It's not the worst game I've ever played.
-I am enjoying it in parts
-It's good at burning time
-The graphics are nice.
I was a little bit disappointed with the lack of a decent instruction book but that's not crucial to the enjoyment of the game.
Only a couple of chapters into Leon's campaign but my fiance and I have really been enjoying playing it split screen. The first few things that spring to mind are the graphics, which were impeccable and seemed to me like a big step up from RE5, and lightyears ahead of RE4!
The first aid/healing system was kind of baffling until we got used to it in Chapter 2 and isn't exactly convenient when you need to put herbs in your case during a face-off in a cathedral.
I liked how ammo isn't as easy to come by as in Resi 5 where you never seemed to run out, but this is a good thing because it encourages you to improve your accuracy and headshot count.
The storyline so far is engaging and filled with suspense. Love the fact that even after being desensitised to violence and horror from being a gamer from a very young age, this game can still make me jump! The skill levelling system is very innovative and accessible, and I much preferred it to RE5's approach of selling butt-loads of treasure to upgrade weapons.
Can't wait to play the other campaigns after seeing half of the first one.Read more ›