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Resident Evil 4 - PC

by Ubisoft
Platform : Windows XP
Rated: Mature
3.3 out of 5 stars 109 customer reviews
Metascore: 76 / 100

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As U.S. agent Leon Kennedy looks into the abduction of the President's daughter, his investigation leads to a mysterious location in Europe. Encountering unimaginable horrors, he must find out what is behind the terror. Unsurpassed visuals with breathtaking 3D graphics and effects. Fast-paced, edge-of-your-seat action. New gameplay mechanics - behind-the-back camera perspective and hit zone aiming system. Experience the thrill-a-minute Resident Evil 4! Now the smash hit, award-winning game delivers exciting new gameplay and bonus features. New chapters - play as Ada Wong in "Separate Ways," 5 terrifying, adrenaline-pumping missions that reveal additional horrific surprise. New weapons, including the P.R.L.412 laser cannon and the Gunpowder Bowgun. New unlockable costumes for Leon and Ashley. System Requirements:. Windows 2000 and XP (only). 1.4 GHz Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon processor (2.4 GHz Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon recommended). 256 MB of RAM (512 MB recommended). 128 MB DirectX 9.0c-compliant AGP / PCI Express w/ Shader 2.0 or higher Video Card (256 MB recommended for High Graphics. Supported Video Cards at Time of Release: NVIDIA GeForce 6 / 7 families, ATI Radeon X series (X200 NOT supported). DirectX 9.0c compliant (or better) Sound Card. DirectX 9.0c or higher (included on disc). 4X or faster CD-ROM drive. 7 GB (full install only) Hard Drive space. Peripherals Supported: Windows-compatible keyboard, Windows-compatible gamepad (4-axis dual analog sticks with 12 or more buttons required).

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  • ASIN: B000EPP6UA
  • Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 5.3 x 1.1 inches ; 6.1 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: May 15, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,508 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Ok first off Ill start you off with the cons.

Cons (Out of Retail)
Not so good graphics out of the box.

No Mouse Support out of the box.

Pros (Out of Retail)
Riveting story

Realism (Blood looks like blood)

Awesome Modeling your character looks awesome and so do your enemies and friends.

ZOMBIES!!!! (what more to say).

ok...now...I want this known RIGHT NOW.

STOP GIVING THIS GAME BAD REVIEWS just because you people are too lazy to get two patches that you can just google and load does not make this a bad game!.

Looks all you got to do is go to google and get the v1.1.0 Patch and the Mouse Aim Path (not auto aim it allows you go set the sensitivity)

Once you get these two patches the graphics will look EXACTLY if not better then the console versions of the game and it will play like the console versions as well.

There is a Patch that gives Resident Evil mouse support google it. if its not the Mouse Aim Patch (cant remember I already have these patches since I got them when i bought the game which was two years or so ago so i forgot if it gave me mouse ability or not.)

But really the PC version will play just as good as the Console versions if you just download the patches.

So please all prospective buyers do not let these lazy people stop you from buying the PC Version of this game.

Pros (after patches)
Smooth Control

Beautiful Graphics

Riveting Story

The Models look great

Its very realistic so I suggest not letting children under 15 play this game.

None that I am aware of.
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If you've been living under a rock since 2005, then you've never gotten wind of Resident Evil 4. A departure in terms of gameplay and design for Capcom's long running survival horror franchise, Resident Evil 4 marked the best entry in the series, as well as the best survival horror game of all time when it was first released on the Gamecube. Eventually the game would be released on the PS2 (and recently the excellent version that just came out for the Wii), and now it's finally on the PC. Sadly though, so much of what made Resident Evil 4 so great on the consoles has been lost in translation in this port to the PC, making PC gamers wonder what all the fuss was about with Resident Evil 4 in the first place. While the game still features it's ultra creepy atmoshphere and heart pounding moments of suspense, the fact that the game cannot be played with a mouse is pure blasphemy. A controller is essential here because of that, and the fact that the keyboard controls are sloppy and annoying to boot. Once you get over that hurdle, you'll find that despite the atmosphere of the game, the cut-scenes and even some other parts look incredibly blurry and stilted. You can't play around with the visuals of Resident Evil 4 either, and considering how long this PC version of the game was in development, the overall package just feels rushed. Not to mention that this PC port features no new exclusive content either. All the negatives aside though, Resident Evil 4 for the PC is still pretty much the Resident Evil 4 we all know and love, and if you own a gamepad, there's plenty of excitement to be found here. Combine that with the budget price tag, and you still get a solid survival horror game that is worth a look. That is, if you don't own a console. If you own one of the aforementioned console systems, pick Resident Evil 4 up for that system, but if you don't, well then, this PC version loses much of what made the console game so great in the first place.
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From a long time survival horror fan

I am both an avid PC game player and a fan of the survival horror genre. Sadly, most of the "good" survival horror games have been on console systems. I saw "Resident Evil 4" for the PC and thought I would give it a try. This has to be one of the worse PC games I have ever tried.

It is a port from the consoles (PS2, Gamecube, etc) in which Ubisoft has done nothing to accommodate the PC format. You cannot use a mouse (WASD for movement and arrow keys for looking around). This makes aiming, navigating, and interacting with the environment difficult at best. If one used a dual axis control this might work (like would have to be done on a Playstation for example). However, if I had wanted to use a gamepad to play the game, I would have bought it for a console system.

The graphics are flat, dry and lack any depth. While this is not a deal breaker for me, it is very annoying after you see the game on a Playstation 2. Hundreds of dollars on RAM, video cards and a processor and the best Capcom/Ubisoft can do is give me 1997 graphical textures to process on my machine.

The menus are horrid. To exit the game you must "Reset Game", very intuitive; the arrow keys do not work to navigate the menus; you must use the WASD keys, etc. This is another example of the mindless port job that was done to this.

I recall seeing trailers for this game years ago and now that I have played it I am very sad. Perhaps the only thing worse than this game is the fact that because of the no return of "open software" policy that most every store has in place, there is no way for me to return a very bad product!

As a point of reference I consider the following to be "good" survival horror games: Fatal Frame 1, Fatal Frame 2, Silent Hill 2, and Silent Hill 4.
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