Although Resident Evil Online was never a success, Capcom wanted to prove everyone that their series could also do well in multiplayer. Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City is an attempt at that, and though it is not a total miss, it still fails to convince in several areas. First, forget single player, the AI is mostly terrible and you will need real allies to survive the missions. Then, the shooting mechanics have nothing really exciting, especially when faced to human enemies. It sure gets more fun against zombies, Lickers and Hunters but if you're not a big fan of the franchise, you will probably see Operation Raccoon City as a pale copy of Left4Dead. But enough with all the talking, time for a few videos of the single player mode.
@droezelke: considering it was one of the most polished games i've ever played, i dont even know what they're doing with it. besides building on the photo mode. which again, was already excellent. (23 minutes ago)
How many patches are coming for Horizon: ZD? We're at 22 now. (36 minutes ago)
I really want to grab one of these 8bitdo controllers but now that they added Switch compatibility they're sold out on Amazon: [url] (51 minutes ago)
Everytime I think of Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust, I think of how great a Castlevania: Symphony of the Night anime with Alucard could - and should - be. One of my "impossible" dreams. (52 minutes ago)
Vampire Hunter D Bloodlust Trailer HD: [url] / Vampire Hunter D Bloodlust Blu Ray trailer: [url] (53 minutes ago)
@Tinks: Unfortunately, not. I didn't like the artstyle, felt like that from a cartoon rather than of an anime. A great artstyle they could have done is something similar to Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust (53 minutes ago)