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- Team based shooter set in the dark and sinister Resident Evil universe.
- Triple threat battle as zombies and B.O.W's add to the action.
- Compete alone in Campaign mode as an Umbrella Security Service member or in a four player co-op team battle.
- Rewrite the history of the Raccoon City outbreak. Revisit classic moments from Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3
- Return of favorite RE enemies, iconic landmarks and characters, including Leon S. Kennedy who is on your hit list to eliminate.
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Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, a collaboration between Capcom and Vancouver based studio Slant 6 Games, is scheduled for release this Winter. This latest offering will take the series in a completely new direction and offer a style of gameplay yet to be seen from the franchise. Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City delivers a true third person team based shooter experience set within the dark and sinister Resident Evil universe. The setting of the Resident Evil universe not only provides a rich backdrop to the action but delivers a unique and thrilling triple threat battle. Zombies and Bio-Organic Weapons (B.O.W's) add to the mix as players not only compete against their team's opposing squad but also tackle this third unpredictable element that could only exist in the twisted Resident Evil universe, creating a brand new style of gameplay and breaking the conventions of traditional team based shooters. It is September 1998 and the action centers on the ill-fated Raccoon City and the horrific consequences of the deadly T-virus outbreak. With a cover up required, Umbrella orders an elite team into Raccoon City to destroy all evidence of the outbreak and eliminate any survivors. Meanwhile the US Government has quarantined the city and dispatched its own team of elite soldiers to determine the source of the mysterious outbreak. Players take on the role of an Umbrella Security Service soldier (U.S.S.), competing alone or in up to four player co-op in a battle against all the competing forces at play in Raccoon City.
Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City is a hybrid Horror-Survival/squad-based Third-person shooter game set between the events of Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3: Nemesis. The game features mission-based gameplay as multiple playable characters from the Umbrella Security Service, each with special abilities. Additional features include: a wide array of enemies (zombie, human and other), four-player support in the campaign, and the ability to play as iconic Resident Evil characters in an online mode.
It is September 1998 and the action centers on the ill-fated Raccoon City. When the Umbrella Corporation learns that one of its top scientists, Dr. William Birkin, plans to sell the experimental G-Virus to the US Government they order an elite team of Umbrella Security Service (U.S.S.) soldiers led by Hunk into their secret research facility to secure the only known sample of the virus. The operation takes a turn for the worse when Dr. Birkin injects himself with the last vial, mutating into a deadly creature, G-Birkin and over powering the team. During the battle the deadly T-Virus is leaked into the sewers and spread through Raccoon City, infecting the entire population.
Hearing of the outbreak, the U.S.S. team is given fresh orders to destroy all evidence of Umbrella's involvement and silence anyone that might discover the truth. The Umbrella Biohazard Countermeasure Service (U.B.C.S.) are also deployed to help contain the situation. Meanwhile the US Government has quarantined the city and dispatched its own team of special operatives to determine the source of the mysterious outbreak. Caught up in the chaos are rookie police officer Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield.
Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City blends classic Horror-Survival gameplay with third-person team-based Shooter action. Players take on the role of an Umbrella Security Soldier (U.S.S.) and battle against all the competing forces at play in Raccoon City. Choose from six characters, each one equipped with a unique skill set, including the female field scientist Four-Eyes who can manipulate the T-Virus and take control of the B.O.W.'s raiding the streets of Raccoon City or the weapons expert and U.S.S. Team captain Lupo. The game also offers four-player co-op play, and the online Heroes Mode which allows for play as classic Resident Evil characters, such as Leon Kennedy, Claire Redfield, HUNK, Jill Valentine and others.
Key Game Features
- Team based shooter set in the dark and sinister Resident Evil universe.
- Triple threat battle as zombies and B.O.W.'s add to the action.
- Return of favorite RE enemies, including Hunters, Tyrants and the Nemesis.
- Risk infection from the hordes of zombies, zombie dogs and lickers. Fight to survive with anti-viral sprays, your character's special skills or help from field scientist Bertha before your character's condition worsens, turning you into a violent zombie who will attack your own team members.
- Compete with up to three friends as an Umbrella Security Service squad member in Campaign mode.
- Features iconic landmarks and RE classic characters, such as Leon S. Kennedy and Hunk.
- Rewrite the history of the Raccoon City outbreak. Destroy all evidence of Umbrella's involvement at the City Hall and discover U.B.C.S. operative Nicholai Ginovaef's true intentions.
- Explore Raccoon City, collecting evidence and intel to report back to Umbrella command.
Play as classic characters online.
Face favorite RE enemies.
Specialized character skills.
Avoid infection at all costs.
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- Terrible AI (enemy and partner)
- Bosses have too much HP = boring
- ECHO 6 maps needlessly DLC (should have been included)
- Unimaginative objectives
- Character models hideous outside of CGI
- Leveling system limited (nothing to do after everything is purchased)
- Too cheap. Most RE games are cheap online, but ORC takes it to another level.
- Unreliable online service. Could almost never connect with friends.
- Unbalanced, especially with DLC weapons.
That's about it for me. Aiming is okay. Graphics other than character models are okay. Interface is okay. Everything else is okay, really, but the problems ORC does have are what bring the game down to a low, low level.
RE fans: I'd say buy ORC if you find it for less than $15 and will spend $10+ on the DLC for nostalgia reasons, but honestly, you might experience more anger than nostalgia. Be prepared!
THE SELLER SENT IT IN A TIMELY MATTER, SHIPPED IN THE BOX, NO SCRATCHES OR WEAR AND TEAR. PERFECT.....
I REALLY WANTED TO PUT ZERO STARS BECAUSE OF THE GAME BUT I GAVE THREE STARS SIMPLY BECAUSE THE SELLER DID HIS OR JOB PERFECTLY.
Graphics: GREAT. Pretty choppy but not in a terrible way, especially when you factor in Hordes of zombies and lickers.
Gameplay: Like SOCOM (current gen). You cant crouch, but you can take cover behind low obstacles. Zombie murdering has never been more fun, ESPECIALLY when ragdoll physics send Zombies and other foes slamming into walls and over tables. However, there is a dive that is kind of fun, but I dont know what to do with it. The only bad thing is that when you play online, Head-shots are not AS effective, but they work. and you have an awesome melee moveset which includes pretty cool take-down/human-zombie shield moves.
Controls: Be sure to set your controls properly and you cant go wrong. They are pretty fluid. I kind of wish there were some stylish rolls, and maybe some crouching, especially since these guys are Bad-ass.
Story: CAMPY. but SERIOUS. FUNNY (even though they don't intend to be). but it is Good. especially for what it sets out to do.
Overall: I REALLY WISH that they would focus on this elite squad on other things, letting this game be their last mission. The characters are cool, edgy and could use some character polish, because you care about them, even though you know nothing about them. The guns are awesome, and the Game needs a horde mode, because Wave survival would fit this game.
Nutshell: Buy it. Update it. love it. especially at the $15-$20 range. I can see why $60 adopters would be furious, but hey, it is definitely worth $25-$30. I just may buy the DLC.
PS. there is no local co-op or splitscreen. this game would have greatly benefit from this.