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Resident Evil 4 Member Review for the PS2

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GENRE Action 
M Contains Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Language

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No hablar espanlo, suckers!!!

I have played resident evil for a long time but I have never played a game that is magnificent. This game is great and I love it to death. But I can't end this report speechless because there is something that is no good to me. All right let us begin, when I heard that resident evil 4 was an awesome game. I told myself, "I have to play it" and then I looked back at the classic resident evil games. I though this game was going to have its old school thing you know. For an example, I though I was going to find my own guns but in this game you buy them. So yeah that's what I mean by old school.

Okay so here's what I think about the game's features. First the storyboard, it all starts with a classic friend name, Leon Kennedy, who goes to Spain to save this girl name Ashley. Ashley is the president’s daughter and they have spotted her at this  location. So you go in  and the nightmare starts. So when he goes there, the people at Spain don't like Americans. Why, well maybe because they are infected with the las plagues. So to end this summary I say, Leon's mission is to save her before she becomes one of them. 

Now second is the goodie part, the fighting control. Now I didn't have any problem with the controls because it was simple and pretty impressive. The guns you have buy and when you buy them you could upgrade the guns by their firepower, reloading speed, number of ammo and rapid fire. There’s also an extra upgrade but that's not until later. But at the same time, it might get a little expensive. But it’s worth the cause. Now when zombies tried to kill me, there are ways to escape, causing you to hit with a counter attack. Now when your aiming, there's a laser pointer and it gives you a good view.  I loved that idea but here's the downfall. The camera view I dislike. I had to look real closely to see what's there so I hate it.  But any who there's one last thing, you escape from the zombies by jumping out of windows or barricade the house. So they won't enter. I loved it and I was also freaking out.

Now third is what was good in the game (you know graphics, and all those other stuff) sorry this is my first review so cut me some slack. Anyways, there weren't any scary scene. I got so mad, I wanted to get scary not bored. But selling treasure was the best. Why because if you needed money, you could sell some of your rarest items ever. You could even combine you treasure with other treasure. With that you might get more money. You could even organize you items in the item box. Therefore you could make room for one more. Ha-ha. I could care less about the graphics. In the end this game is great and addicting because there are extras if you beat the game. It makes all the other resident evil games look like crap; it's even better than resident evil outbreak. 


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