Resident Evil 5 – ps3

8.4

Chris Redfield returns and heads to Africa where the latest bioterrorism threat is transforming the people into mindless creatures.
GenreHorror Action Adventure
Platforms
ps3


DEVELOPER Capcom | PUBLISHER Codemasters | RELEASE DATE


Resident Evil 5 Reviews ps3


8.4

giantbomb.com review
By necessity, Resident Evil 5 makes a smaller impact than its groundbreaking predecessor, but it’s still a creepy, fantastic action game in its own right.
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8.4

gametrailers.com review
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8.4

videogamer.com review
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8.4

ign.com review
As an action game, RE5 is a success, and there’s a wealth of replayability through item collection, weapon upgrades, score chasing and the unlockable Mercenaries mode. But this is no gentle nudge to the formula of the previous main RE games; it’s an evolution.
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8.4

gamespy.com review
Resident Evil 5 occupies a curious spot in the RE canon. It’s hardly the dramatic revamp that RE4 was for the series, but it marks the first time that co-op play has been implemented.
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8.4

gamervision.com review
There are very few games that can deliver the overall experience that Resident Evil 5 does. It’s presentation, mixed with the absurd amount of polish makes it a must own. Resident Evil 5 is a great conclusion to the series, and an experience that shouldn’t be missed.
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8.4

gamespot.com review
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8.4

wired.com review
I think the focus on co-op play forced a number of good changes, but I miss the horror. Resident Evil’s producer says the next game in the series will be a reboot. With any luck, it’ll finish throwing off the shackles of 1996.
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8.4

destructoid.com review
In a world where Resident Evil 4 doesn’t exist, Resident Evil 5 probably would have been a more mind-blowing overall package. But in that same world, there wouldn’t have been a string of games that have benefited from its influence.
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8.4

eurogamer.net review
Thanks to the game’s stubborn loyalty to stop-and-shoot, the result is distinctive, but with suspect partner AI to contend with, this is a game that only truly comes into its own with a friend who’s up for a challenge.
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8.4

g4tv.com review
While RE4 did eventually drag on, there was a sense of consistency and invention that propelled the game, here many of the elements feel piled on without much care or enthusiasm.
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