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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 01:29pm 23/03/12 | 2 Comments
As far as Resident Evil is concerned, there's a certain level of cheese and B-grade the series can get away with. Hell, sometimes silly gameplay and design decisions fit into these exceptions as well, and can very easily be overlooked.

This is not the case with Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City. The game is a fundamentally flawed experience on almost every level and almost goes out of its way to fail in order to sully the reasonable name of Resident Evil. On paper the concept sounds good: a hypothetical, non canon entry in the series that revisits the events of Resi 2 and 3, only from the bad-guys' perspective with some competitive co-op multiplayer thrown in for good measure, but it fails, and fails miserably.

Click here to read our review and find out why.



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DM
Posted 01:41pm 23/3/12
Surely they must of known it was a bad game as they were making it. I mean they have play testers no? Didn't any of them say "wtf is this s***?".
fryzeegunner
Posted 02:44pm 23/3/12
Had a girl at work yesterday buy the game and bring it back in 2 hours, said it was the worst game she's ever played. lolol
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