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  • You will always remember your first real kiss, your first day of high school and your first

  • time playing the original Resident Evil. The game was just unlike anything else out there

  • at the time. I will always remember the first time a went through the door and the found

  • the first zombie. The cutscene that happen next will be forever remembered. It is one

  • of the most memorial moments in gaming. The zombie slowly turns to you and before you

  • know it, you are thrown into the action. That is a great metaphor for the game itself.

  • You are a member of the Raccoon City Stars team, either Jill Valentine or Chris Redfield.

  • Each one has their own strengths and weakness and actually their own game. Depending on

  • which one you choose, the story will unfold in different ways. If you choose Chris you

  • will have more strength and Rebecca will be involved in the story while if you pick Jill

  • you will have Barry and more inventory slots. So really, you are getting two games in one.

  • This game is not just the one of the best in the genre, but rather it is the game that

  • defined that genre. Resident Evil laid down the template for all other games. You play

  • as a member of Stars, The Special Tactics and Rescue Service, who are sent in to rescue

  • Bravo team who disappeared. The find, “Partsof Bravo team before they are attacked and

  • have to hind in a nearby mansion. The mansion acts as the hub, with different areas spawning

  • off, including a greenhouse and underground lab. You will go through the mansion, solving

  • puzzles to open doors and trying to escape. The puzzles are tough and this would be challenging

  • on its own but the game throws in more challenge by having the mansion filled with zombies.

  • They move slow and let you know they are there with anauhhhhbut don’t let that

  • fool you. They will still eat your brains when given the chance and do add the tension

  • while running through the mansion. Just remember, keep shooting until they bleed.

  • The game should be remembered for what it was and not what it is because it has not

  • aged well. Although there is something endearing about it, like watching your daughter’s

  • first recital after she become a concert cellist. All those years do add up and make a better

  • experience but there is something special about the early days. The Resident Evil series

  • has grown up, from the terrible controls and weak graphics. You control your character

  • like a tank, turning them on an axis and moving forward as the game uses fixed pre-rendered

  • areas, strung together with classic door opening loading screens. Many people complain about

  • the fixed camera, but personally I love it. It adds something. With the fixed camera,

  • you don’t know what is around the corner because you cannot see around the the corner.

  • This makes you have to stay on your toes, as you move from room to room, something I

  • feel the series has kinda gotten away from.

  • The game also has great replay value, due to the fact that each character really has

  • their own game. The game also times you and if you beat the game under a certain time

  • it rewards you, with things such as alternate costumes and infinite ammo rocket launcher.

  • The game is a classic for a reason. It created the survival horror genre as soon as it was

  • released. Although it has tough controls and laughably bad voice acting, the game is still

  • a winner in my book and is just a reminder of why the Resident Evil series is still continuing

  • now.

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    阿多賓 posted on 2013/04/09
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