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Since its debut on the PlayStation in 1996, the genre-defining Resident Evil series has had its ups and downs, though it's always remained at the forefront of survival horror games. Yet it's not enough to call Resident Evil 4 one of the high points of the series, because this is probably the single greatest horror-themed action game ever created. Resident Evil 4 is an amazing achievement in a variety of ways, especially in how its inspired, state-of-the-art cinematic presentation works so well with its relentlessly exciting, white-knuckle action, all of which is wrapped up in a decidedly lengthy adventure chock-full of hidden secrets and bonus extras. It obviously isn't for the squeamish or for those otherwise not qualified to play this gory, mature-rated GameCube game, which is too bad for them, because it's hard to imagine anyone else not being consistently thrilled and impressed by what Resident Evil 4 has to offer.








Sou grande fã dos jogos resident evil desde k joguei o 1º para a sega saturn até ao code name veronica para a ps2. Este 4 parece bater todos os recordes segundo a crítica, é esperar pra ver, pra mim sempre foi mt melhor k o silent hill, se calhar por ter sido o 1º a jogar.

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A serie Resident Evil para mim nos ultimos titulos tem estado bastante mal, entao akele Code Veronica achei tao horrivel k n conseugi jogar mais k meia hora, mm assim tou curioso knt a este novo titulo.

Para mim, a serie Silent Hill ultrapassou completamente a serie Resident Evil.

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