Resident Evil 4 (2005)

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Six years after the events in Raccoon City, Leon Kennedy, now a federal agent, is sent to a rural part of Spain to rescue the U.S. President's kidnapped daughter, Ashley Graham from a sinister cult.


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Directors:

Kuniomi Matsushita , Shinji Mikami

Writers:

Haruo Murata (screenplay: PlayStation 2 version - segment "Separate Ways"), Haruo Murata (script: PlayStation 2 version), Father (worlds, characters and lore)

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21 February 2005 | irisofdarkness
Best Game Of 2005
As an RE fan, Resident Evil 4 has truly proved to be the best in the series. It excels in all aspects, from the controls to the graphics, this game is amazing and extremely fun.

I was a bit skeptical about this game because of the changes in its story and all of the "no more zombies" rumors, but thank Capcom for those changes because they have taken the series into new grounds of survival horror and the gaming experience itself.

The best thing about this game are the graphics. The cut-scenes are rendered in such detail that they breathtakingly embrace the player. The dialogue is furthermore improved compared to the previous RE games. The story is fast paced and always keeps you on the edge of your seat. Resident Evil 4 is undoubtedly the best game of 2005, and of course the best in the entire RE series.

10/10 stars(personally I would give it 100:P)

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Release Date:

11 January 2005

Language

English, Spanish


Country of Origin

Japan

Filming Locations

Chicago Illinois, USA

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