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Resident Evil 3: Nemesis Member Review for the PS

ergojonny By:
ergojonny
12/03/07
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M Contains Blood and Gore, Violence

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RESIDENT EVIL 3: NEMESIS

Now I can say without exageration that this is one of the best games I have played. I mean, we got a city filled with zombies, we got Jill Valentine (Surviving S.T.A.R.S member from the original game, as if you didn't know) we got a unrelenting seven foot plus big scary monster chasing her everywhere she goes. How can it lose?

There is so much replay value given by this game, "Operation Mad Jackal" giving the player the chance to recieve unlimited ammo and  the new improved Gataling gun. The Epilogues enhance the story and give a preview of future titles in the series. And the fact remains that I am writing this review around eight years after the game was made and I'm still playing it.

 

Now thats replay value.

Random monster spawn points give the game more of a OMG feel, such as walking through an area previously uninhabited, only to find it bursting with Drain Demos, Dogs or even the good ole zombies.

If you haven't played this game then you either

A) Lack opposable thumbs and can't

B) Have been living under a rock

C) Cannot be called a videogamer

D) And finally, why the hell are you reading this, go get it!!!


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