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Unbiased Resident evil 6 review

The problem with Resident Evil 6 isnít that itís a bad game. Thatís hardly the case. The problem with Resident Evil 6 is that it simply tries to bite off more evolution than it can comfortably chew...

The problem with Resident Evil 6 isnít that itís a bad game. Thatís hardly the case. The problem with Resident Evil 6 is that it simply tries to bite off more evolution than it can comfortably chew. It makes sense for a franchise as long established as Resident Evil (if you played the first game when it first came out, then youíre probably wondering where all the time went) to want to grow, please the old players, and keep the new ones coming in.

And Resident Evil 6 succeeds at doing this in a lot of ways. It just simply takes on more than any game could reasonably handle. The end result of the game is something thatís pretty good in certain places, weak in others, and infuriatingly uneven for those who run through the game from start to finish.

Inside Resident Evil 6

Identity crisis is a concept that a number of people have attached to the game. RE6 is far from the disaster some claim it to be, but it is indeed suffering from a pretty substantial identity crisis. It tries to give us everything. It fails in this, but it does offer some good moments along the way.

Resident Evil 6 breaks down into four campaigns and seven characters. The trick to getting the big picture is to play all four campaigns. It was a smart move on the part of the developers to split the complete narrative into four paths that connect to one another in a different ways. It is also one of the biggest reasons why the game suffers from the aforementioned identity crisis.

One of the biggest problems with the gameís massive storyline is the fact that youíre often going to be forced to endure aspects of the game that you probably wonít want to go through again. People who want to get the complete story, and itís not a bad story by any meansArticle Submission, are going to have to play through some of the most irritating parts of the game more than once. It lends an element of chore to the title that really doesnít need to be there.

Another problem with the game is its desperation to evolve. There are some beautiful moments of old-school survival horror in Resident Evil 6. There is also a clear effort on Capcomís part to create an action game epic that just happens to have monsters in it. What we get is gameplay and action sequences that feel annoyingly similar to games that do a much better job of handling this sort of thing. Resident Evil 6 endeavors to be the greatest action spectacular in history. And in trying to do it often forgets what made Resident Evil such a blast to play in the first place.

Is Resident Evil 6 fun? Absolutely. Itís just not as much fun as it should be.

Conclusion

Resident Evil 6 deserves a place in the franchise. Itís just a great shame to witness so much wasted potential.

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