Resident Evil

Resident Evil VII: Biohazard Review

Resident Evil VII: Biohazard pulls well-worn riffs and familiar tropes from classic horror games, film and literature and doesn't entirely escape trafficking in cliche, but it still tells a compelling, suspenseful, creepy story that's both terrifying and hard to look away from. 

Resident Evil VII: Biohazard Review

Umbrella Corps

Even though it is only a spin-off title, hopefully Capcom can use Umbrella Corps as learning material in order to make Resident Evil 7 and all future titles much better. It is uncertain what influence this game will have on the future of the series, but what we do know is that this competitive multiplayer shooter is a colossal waste of time, and a total failure.

Umbrella Corps

Resident Evil 0: HD Remaster

As a gussied-up artifact of another gaming era, it fares conserably better and anyone who loves the series, is a franchise completionist, or missed it on either Gamecube or Wii, should check it out.

Resident Evil 0: HD Remaster

Resident Evil 4: Ultimate HD Edition

If you haven’t played Resident Evil 4, it’s still absolutely worth playing. It’s a definite classic that stands along with the likes of Half Life 2 as one of the best games of its generation. Even today it’s still a fantastic action title despite some outdated shooting mechanics. The tension, pacing, and variety are matched by only a few titles, and it remains the gold standard for third person action games. Having played this game now on four different platforms at least over a dozen times, I can say that despite a few issues, this is the definitive version of Resident Evil 4, and remains one of the best action titles money can buy.

Resident Evil 4: Ultimate HD Edition

Resident Evil 6

Resident Evil 6 is a strange thing. We're talking about a game where an out-of-control helicopter smashes buildings and grinds alongside a train before taking back to the air, where characters spout spry quips after untold horrors unfold on your screen, and where a corporation called Neo-Umbrella – yes, that's right, a duplicate resurrection of the biomed company that had wreaked havoc with viruses from the series' inception until the end of Resident Evil 5 – picks up the slack exactly where its predecessor left off to create more zombie baddies with yet another strain of a zombifying virus all around the world.

Resident Evil 6

Resident Evil: Revelations

It’s gorgeous, explosive and often times unsettling, and the atmosphere we’ve all wanted is back and it’s better than ever. If it’s not your kind of game, it won’t change your mind. Luckily it is my kind of game and I cannot wait now to see what Capcom will do with this franchise next, Resident Evil 6 I’m looking at you!

Resident Evil: Revelations

Resident Evil Code Veronica X HD

Resident Evil HD release but you still are getting a great game for your dollar. Even though it's an older game just getting a re-release this title could bring new fans into the Resident Evil series and being able to own the entire library is worth having this game available in any format. While it may have some video issues Code Veronica is still a great time and worth looking into.

Resident Evil Zero

While not as earth shattering or influential as its predecessors, RE0 succeeds where it matters most. It is certainly one of the best “survival horror” games of the past few years, and it shows why the series revolutionized the genre over six years ago. Anyone who has enjoyed Resident Evil in the past or is simply looking for a fun, well paced, and atmospheric adventure game should certainly pick this game up.

Resident Evil Zero

Resident Evil

Resident Evil GC is an amazing adaptation of a once and still amazing game that remains playable for hours, especially if you’re in love with the series. This is a highly recommended title for GameCube owners, although some people will find it hard to get into it’s an ultimately rewarding game. There’s also enough incentive to play it through more than once, with 10 different endings available although you’ll need to be one hell of a fan to play a sadly aging concept that many times.

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Resident Evil: Code Veronica X

Overall, Resident Evil Code: Veronica X is what every fanboy has been waiting for. It’s almost like someone did an episode of the Simpson’s to make all the other episodes make sense. Not only does it complete the puzzle, it sets the ground work for a new one. This game is a must buy for any fan of Resident Evil, even those who swear it off after 3. To top it of, it looks good, plays good and feels good - a rare quality these days. And, most importantly, it’s way better than its Dreamcast brother. I guess that’s another reason to buy PlayStation 2.

Resident Evil: Code Veronica X