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Resident Evil 3 (2020) • Page 28
Tuffty 4,780 posts
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Playing as Carlos in the station on nightmare mode now and it would be so much easier if I could do his counter more effectively. Even with the book it's like I shoulder charge straight into a zombie mouth.
curtnorval 1 posts
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I don't know what people think but really like this game. Do you like Whatsapp gb?
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I'm a person and I really liked it, hope that helps
Although I was a person when I played it through the first time and I didn't like it as much then, probably because I was comparing it to RE2 too much
If the user above gets removed then this post will make no sense
I really liked it too
Trafford 8,889 posts
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Good game, it could have just done with the extras the previous RE2 game had.
And I don't see why certain sections of the original were cut out.
I liked it, but not as much as the original or as much as RE2:remake (or original)
Switch-v85 4,249 posts
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I liked it but it was so brief I sometimes forget about it. I've never been one to playthrough Resi games repeatedly but this one more than the others feels like it was made to be played that way.
I would have liked more time in some of the environments but I think the idea is that this is the Michael Bay chase sequence action movie take on the Raccoon City incident. All about hitting the next set piece rather than fiddling around with chess pieces or gemstone locks.
Only proper grumble I have is how cheap Nemesis felt in the early sections when you can get caught being juggled by his attacks.
@Switch024 thatís a really good point. It became a time trial game for me and I ended up completing it at least ten times, I enjoyed all the other play throughs much more than the first
Iíve never ďspeed runĒ a game in my life but RE3 seemed built for it
Great news. It deserves it.
(posted here as it seems the most active recent RE thread).
creepiest-lizard 2,174 posts
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I just played through the main campaign and dlc.
Dlc was a bit dodgy but the main game is amazing.
On the other hand, I just played through Resi 3 and that was a massive fucking rip-off.
Well deserved for 7 the main game is excellent and has reborn the series.
I enjoyed playing the punching and shooting DLCs but they didnít feel like part of the same game.
The DLC was disappointing but it was OK. At least it wasn't more of the same I guess.
Not a Hero annoyed me a bit as it was a bit of a backwards step towards boulder punching territory. At least it looks like they're going to continue down the horror road for RE8.
Just ordered this and really excited. I held off after the poor reviews but at £25 happy to take a chance. Absolutely loved RE2 remake so hoping some of the magic from the earlier game rubs off.
Resident Evil 2 is better - but this does have its moments.
I think the bit from the demo is the best bit though. Felt a bit duped by that, as the demo promised something a bit closer to 2 and the actual game is a lot more linear.
I am thinking of replaying it through soon though.
Iím glad that RE3 wasnít all fleeing the overpowered Nemesis from the early street sections. A trial and error grind of constantly being cheesed to death in every environment would not have been fun.
3 is great, it just really needed the cut content. Another large area to explore/do some puzzles in, like the clocktower, would have done nicely. It could have been about the same length as the hospital and it would have been fine.
I don't think it would have taken Capcom that long, but it seemed they wanted it out as soon as possible.
Felt like a rush job and it shouldn't have been full price.
But if you get it cheaper nowadays it's still very very good.
I have absolutely zero problem with short games. In fact given kids/work, etc, I welcome them. Most shorter games tend to be indies or low budget titles too, so Iím happy to play something with big production values that I can realistically finish this month.
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@jonathanlealand Iím with you there
Just finished mortal shell and it was short and cheap. Iirc RE3 was pretty much full price, which is a bit of a rip
More shorter big budget games please. Played about 10 hours of Last of Us 2 but canít face going back to its endlessness.
Ploughed a good 50 hours into RE3 and 100 hours into RE2 though lol
@jonathanlealand I wasnít a fan at first as it just didnít seem as good as RE2
However I stuck with it and ended up maxing out the Trophies - something I never do
The unlocks lead to a different type of experience and it was one I absolutely loved in the end
RE2 is better overall but I actually had more Ďfuní playing RE3
Remember when games magazines used to break down their reviews into categories like graphics, gameplay etc and one of them was replayability?
Most big titles these days want to exhaust you with hundreds of hours of busywork before you drop them forever. RE3 is not that.
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