Probably the most UNPOPULAR Resident Evil
In some ways it was entertaining, but overall, it was probably a waste of time. your main character Ark, wakes up from a helicopter crash, not really remembering anything. from various sources that he encounters, he believes hes a bad guy name Vincent.
the game immediately starts out in first person view mode in an alley. there are two to three places that you can choose to go in sections of the city. For example, when you start you can either go into the resturant or church, i forgot the other one or if its just another side to the resturant but you can't go in both, you have to choose one at a time and then when youre done with that place, it takes you to the next area. thats how it will be once you get to certain areas, like after you complete the first part, you're faced with the options of going to an Arcade store, the hospital or a mansion and then you move on from there. Get it?
every weapon that you pick up, i believe provides infinite ammo. the music is average, though it does keep up the suspense sometimes. the graphics are not really worth whining about it, its just the story and dialouge that seem to mess it up.
the characters body tone while they talk seems to repeat which makes it tough to watch their whole conversation since they're acting like robots on repeat mode.
The first person view really doesnt help at all, becuase you can't really see your surroundings, plus your enemies are always around you, they are not in front of you every single time.
youre enemies range from resident evil to Resident evil 2, meaning you'll have the lickers, hunters, dogs, average zombies, and even Mr. X. you'll get a BUNCH of Mr. X's that drop stuff for you, plus your regular Tyrant in the end.
its worth a shot if you dont mind having the game.
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Resident Evil: Survivor
RESIDENT EVIL: Survivor starts with the horrific crash of your helicopter. You don't remember anything, and the gun in your hand is all you have in your possession. You soon discover that the small town in which you crashed has become the latest lab in the Umbrella Corporation's experiments with the dreaded T-Virus. Can you figure out what Umbrella is up to and get out of town alive? Choose one of three alternate paths before you, but beware: not all paths lead to safety, and the story branches and changes as you progress through the game. Any path chosen is going to require strong puzzle-solving skills and lots of exploration. Getting out of town safely will keep a RESIDENT EVIL fan busy for days. So lock the doors, check under the bed, and get ready for RESIDENT EVIL: Survivor.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
I would never give resident evil game 1 out of 5 because i'm such a big fan although this game pushes to the limit theres only one desirable factor it only takes about 30 minutes to an hour to complete which means if you do want to complete it won't take long. The controls are a mess the cross air you aim with is far to small and try as hard as you can you just cant die i was so bored once i just let lickers attack me it took about 15 hits before you even get your health knocked down. Fans like me will probably buy it because its so cheap just to see what happens but if you want an even cheaper alternative just look up the story on the internet. I'm just thankfully resident evil first person shooters got better as time went on if you want a better shooter just buy Dead aim which isn't perfect but its far far better than this shambles
or if you have a WII then try Umbrella Chronicels which is the first Resident Evil shooter that Capcom have really got right 100% right thankyou.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Cheesy graphics and clunky game play but an amazing storyline.
| Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.
Resident Evil Survivor is an underrated game in the Resident Evil series. It was Capcom’s first attempt at making a first person shooter in the RE universe. The game play itself isn’t great. You can move smoothly but aiming, reloading and shooting in the first person mode without the benefit of a light gun make the experience difficult, especially in later levels.
The graphics are also lackluster in that Capcom recycled most of the enemies from Resident Evil 2 into this game. The only new foes you will face are the Cleaners, Bioengineered soldiers that act more like animals with guns, which were a cool addition to the game and made me wish they had made appearances in other parts of the series.
The one place where Resident Evil Survivor shines is the storyline. You, as the main character must not only survive Sheena Island’s zombie outbreak you’re suffering from amnesia and must also solve who you are. Along the way you will meet characters who will help or hinder your progress as well as uncover clues about the cause of the outbreak, the secret of what Umbrella was doing there and the origins of one of the series most enduring monsters.
If you’re a hardcore fan of Resident Evil this game is for you, if not I recommend passing this one by.
So here I was a couple weeks ago, just surfing the net, dying of boredom yet all of the sudden I saw this old add from the Resident Evil series in a random site which brought back memories of me as a kid playing this amazing saga so without further hesitation I entered Ebay and stumpled with notsoalone page who had all the freaking PS1 saga as a bargain that I simply couldn't just let go!
From starters the games are completely like new, without even a simply scratch or sign of misuse or mistreatment which I think is phenomenal since these games date from the 90's.
So now I must leave and turn into a child again, fight some zombies to save the world and then ... go to work to fight real life.
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