Resident Evil 5 review
Resident Evil 5, the sequel to Resident Evil 4, is the fifth game in the series. It is currently in development, but people have started talking about it. What did you hear about that? Its developer CapCom has yet to reveal much about Resident Evil 5. Few details about the game have been released. The concept is believed to be similar to that of Black Hawk Down. The gameplay announced by producer Jun Takeuchi will be similar to Resident Evil 4. So what else will be included in Resident Evil 5?
It is the most anticipated game of the year and will not be released in 2008 either. Resident Evil 5 was announced in 2005, but its release date was brought forward sometime in 2009. The developers had also stated that Resident Games’ concept of darkness will diminish. Players can hunt zombies in bright light instead of dark. This will be a totally new concept in the series that will be introduced through Resident Evil 5. In addition to the zombies, two new enemies will also be introduced to the game. They will be different from zombies and cattle in the sense that they will possess more intelligence and weapons than their predecessors.
The plot of Resident Evil 5 will be set in Africa. The first human being originated in Africa. But in the game, Africa will be shown as the land where viruses originated. Resident Evil 5 will also feature improved graphics and lighting effects. Players can go outside at different times of the day, as well as in different weather conditions. The player’s ability to work in light and dark will be based on the actual human ability to work in such conditions. In Resident Evil 5, it will take a while for the player to adapt as humans do.
Resident Evil 5’s gameplay and controls are heavily based on Biohazard 4. Capcom will announce the latest news about the game at the E3 conference in July 2008. There have been issues associated with Resident Evil 5. controversies became part of it before it was published. Resident Evil 5 was the subject of the racial profiling controversy. Critics worry about how the white man is shown as the hero while the black zombies are in the African village. They think it’s not a zombie showing up as black, but black Africans showing up as zombies, which it actually appears to be.
I think Resident Evil 5, like previous Resident Evil games, will be a huge success for Capcom. The game will surely prove itself. Resident Evil 5, after its release, will be acclaimed by many critics and critics despite the few controversies that will become its forgotten past. I also believe that the racial profiling issues shown in Resident Evil 5 will only let the world know what is happening in Africa and how people are treated there. We all know how unreliable AIDS or HIV can be, and through Resident Evil 5, the developers have gone out of their way to show the same. So I give Resident Evil 5 top marks for the efforts it will make to raise the personal standards of the people of Africa directly or indirectly. I hope Resident Evil 5 turns out to be a great success.