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We can recommend Resident Evil 2 without reservation for horror and Resi enthusiasts; however, the remake of the third part, similar to the 1999 original, is an experience that can cause a divide in minds. The overall revamp, rife with minor flaws, does not compare to the original’s greatness or the more action-oriented sequel. Therefore, Resident Evil 3 is not an outstanding game at this point. However, it’s far from it.
A thrilling and exciting trip
This is apparent by the way, for instance, in the scenes of Carlos, who is carrying an assault rifle at the beginning of the film to mow down the undead – something that’s a massive difference from Leon and Claire’s abysmal absence of ammo in the previous game. It doesn’t matter if it’s more active or not. The feedback from hitting is superb, as always. If the zombie that’s hit that is in front of us smacks its head or an animal slithers into us, it’s impressive and satisfying.
But, we do come to two minor flaws in the game’s gameplay here. Although the slightly spongy way of aiming through the controller before felt natural with the dewy-eyed policeman Leon It feels a bit off-putting compared to the two experts in weapons within Resi 3. The emphasis is, of course, upon “slightly.”
This particular point was a big hit during an action scene in which we had to hold hundreds of zombies out of an entrance that was closed for five minutes. Of course, weapon handling is an issue of training. However, it’s not like it’s smooth and rounded.
The neck nemesis is the most common
When we were on the topic of Nemesis, which is the pseudonym to the source: here’s a brief, spoiler-free description of what was to come for us in the fights. The appearances of the terrifying bioweapon are comprised of three distinct types of encounters