I bought it based on reputation and price. Man, am I glad that I did. I have never gotten in to first person shooters, I don't even know if this is considered a first person shooter. I saw the discussion about the classic controller, but I advice that you give the wii controls a shot. It adds so much to the game to actually be able to aim and shoot my gun with my wii-mote. The controls are awesome. The story is good enough. I love the fact that you have a limited amount of ammo. It adds to the tension of the situation. You really can't waste ammo and sometimes have to find alternate ways of fighting. My favorite thing to do is shoot a guy in the knee and then run up and suplex him. It is a great feeling. My favorite thing about this game is the environment. The settings are dark and dingy, the music is creepy, and enemies yell and chant in a creepy language. I turn off the lights and throw on some headphones for a great playing experience. I have thoroughly enjoyed this game and hope a port of Res Evil 5 will also show up on the wii.
it is Spanish. People have gone over and translated all the dialog. It's Spanish from Spain not Spanish from Mexico. The various Spanish speaking countries have regional differeances in pronuncation as well as differances in slang and terminology.
Resident Evil 4 isn't a fps nor is it third person. It's an over the shoulder shooter with the empathis being on ammo conservation. The first part the village is meant to be tough and seperate the wheat from the chaff.
It typically takes a decent to good player two tries to beat the village area. But a decent to good player on the pro replay without using special weapons and just the standard nonupgraded weapons can demolish the village level in under a minute beating both Dr. Salvadore's. Yes there are two bag headed chainsaw men that can be spawned while playing the intro to the village part. Run up to the gate to the farm area to spawn one enter a certain house to spawn the other one. Pretty fun if you manage to kill both of them get a ruby and 10,000 cash.