Resident Evil not so extinct!
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Now we all watched resident evil extinction in the cinemas didn't we? The so called final chapter or so we thought. Well the Wii has come out with yet another one of the best prequels/sequels being the best companion for the after imagination from the movies and games we've played over and seen.
The game starts out fairly simple at first having loads of fun by shooting the zombies and striking the leeches off your face. Using the Wiimote to aim was sincerely more pleasurable than using any conventional joystick or joypad. The difficulty level gets harder as the game progresses and it feels like a good thing as once you get used to the controls you tend to concentrate and shoot better.
Graphics are the best I've seen so far on the Wii. Character designs and also zombies were very well made as to the closest of any resident evil series.
Character voices and sounds were indeed realistic and gunshots were precise. Overall providing the best sound experience.
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