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Resident Evil 6 This is actually a really fun game!

Sackboy123

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Ada's campaign is the only one I enjoy, I really only play this game for the extra content
 

MartinMilk

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I like RE6. For the most part, it's a good game. I enjoyed Leon's campaign a lot (but then again, I'm a Leon fanboy), and I enjoyed Chris's as well, even if it was a bit of a downer at times. But...as much as I enjoyed seeing Sherry back in the series (I'd always wondered what happened to her after RE2), her and Jake's campaign bored the hell out of me. So much so, it's the only campaign I didn't bother finishing. I've got no problems with Jake, he's actually a pretty decent character imo, I just think he and Sherry were wasted on a sub par campaign. They deserve better. Maybe Capcom should give them their own spin-off game. Anyone else agree?
I think their campaign was just as 'good' as the others. Don't really get what ur talking about.
 

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My main problem with this game is how scripted it is. Whereas RE1-RE5 gave you more freedom. You could play the games how you wanted. With the older games you could try to beat the game with only a knife or a handgun, you could try to beat the game using no first aid sprays. With RE4 and 5 you could try beating the game with no upgrades, or just have certain weapons. You could try speed runs. Thats what made the older games so replayable. Trying to beat every nemesis fight to unlock the secret weapons, trying to beat the games in 3 hours or less or on pro to unlock a rocket launcher. The bonus costumes. With 6, it was like there was only one way to play, capcom took all the classic RE unlockables away, and even the weapon upgrading. The action gameplay dosent bother me in the slightest, because lets be honest, unless capcom went 100% back to fixed cameras and stuff, people are going to say the games are too action packed. 6 gave you no real reason to replay the campaigns after beating them other than for trophies or acheivments. RE3 gave you the epilouges, the live choices. Im not bashing the game, as the gameplay is fun, graphically it looks really nice, controls and movement are very fluid and it's cool to see all these characters come together. Just thats my main problem with the game.
 

JHJ

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Jake and Sherry's campaign just didn't do anything for me at the time. And as I said, I never finished their campaign because of that. So maybe I'm wrong. Maybe because I played through Leon and Chris's chapters first, I didn't give Sherry and Jake's story a fair shot. I hold my hands up and admit that's a strong possibility.
I've been thinking of replaying RE6 for a while. My old 360 red-ringed on me a few months back, got a new one recently, so I might go back to the game, this time start with their campaign first. It could be it's just me being biased because, as I said before, I'm a Leon fanboy. When I've had a chance to replay the game, I'll let you know what the verdict is. If I'm wrong, I will happily admit it.
 

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My experience was a bit different. I adored it when it first came out, I thought the story was very intense and engrossing, and the 'zombie nuke' launch and Chris shouting 'GET THE HELL OUTTA THERE!' gave me goosebumps. I still prefer it to RE5 (which is my least favourite), but I have definitely come to regard it less favourably than I once did, especially after seeing what Capcom are capable of with RE7. That being said, it was very ambitious, introducing loads of memorable new characters and gameplay variety. Definitely a 'fun' game, often hilarious with a friend (thanks to the voice commands), but it's not true Resident Evil to me.
 
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