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Resident Evil 6

Released on 02 October 2012

Rating: 18+ (BBFC)

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It has been ten years since the Raccoon City incident and the President of the United States has decided to reveal the truth behind what took place in the belief that it will curb the current resurgence in bioterrorist activity.

Due to be by the President's side is his personal friend and Raccoon City survivor, Leon S. Kennedy, but when the venue suffers a bioterrorist attack, Leon is forced to face a President transformed beyond recognition and make his hardest ever decision.

At the same time, Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance member, Chris Redfield arrives in China, itself under threat of a bioterrorist attack. With no country safe from these attacks and the ensuing outbreaks, the entire world's population is united by a common fear that there is no hope left.

In a first for the franchise, Resident Evil 6 sees series favourites Leon and Chris come together to face this unprecedented threat. They will be joined by new characters, each with their own unique perspective and involvement in this relentless dramatic horror experience enacted on a global scale.
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Redesigned control system:

  • Resident Evil 6 features an evolved control system allowing players to shoot whilst moving, slide, roll in any direction and take cover along with the addition of an enhanced melee attack

Character profiles:

  • Leon S. Kennedy: Following the Raccoon City incident Leon was recruited as a government agent by none other than Adam Benford, who would later become the President of the United States. Ever since the nightmare that was Raccoon City Leon has made it his life's work to eradicate bioterrorism.
  • Helena Harper: Like Leon, she is also a government agent, but was in the process of transferring to the Secret Service to become one of the President's personal bodyguards. In the announcement trailer it is Helena who admits to Leon that she is the one responsible for this incident.
  • Chris Redfield: The ex-S.T.A.R.S member who continued the fight against bioterrorism as the leader of the BSAA underwent a personal trauma some six months prior to the events depicted in RE6. In spite of this he has rejoined his BSAA colleagues in China to uncover a major bioterrorist attack.
  • The mysterious third protagonist: We're still trying to track down his real identity but we do know this man is a mercenary currently engaged in a bloody conflict in Eastern Europe where reports confirm that B.O.W.s are increasingly being used. One day, he's told that he is the man to save the world. Whilst he doesn't understand the implications of this, he does immediately think how much money he can make from it.


  • Zombies: Yes they are back, but now they run, jump at you, even use weapons and as such are different from those encountered in previous games
  • J'avo: Named by the BSAA after the Serbian word for 'demon', the first J'avo made an appearance in the conflict zone of Eastern Europe about six months before the action of Resident Evil 6. The J'avo still exhibit certain human elements - such as the ability to understand speech, work together as a group and use weapons - but they are also incredibly aggressive and a number of their actions have regressed to pure instinct. When a J'avo takes damage it has the ability to regenerate itself. However if it is receives major damage then it will mutate that affected body part into a number of varied forms, meaning players will have to rethink their strategy and adapt to this unpredictability.

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| | See all dhill96's reviews (76)

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ive been a fan of resi since the ps1 and seen the changes over the years i agree it cant stay the same every game has to change with times and technology but its leaving its core ground behind survival at points in this game you've got so much ammo herbs and sprays your having to leave things behind and the levels just start to drag and lacks any kind of flow you can be on the same chapter for an hour and half and the story hasn't moved its like they've done for no other reason than to make the game last a bit longer it adds nothing the graphics are good even better at times but now this game falls into such a large genre action shooter there are loads of better games out there which are much more enjoyable

 Apart from the 1st one, this is the best!

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I have been a Resident Evil addict since the very first entrance into the mansion. I love everything about the resident evil franchise. Ok, so yes this game is different - however I also understand that games have to move on. If it was the same as the 1st game, then it would be boring.
Apart from the 1st game - this is my favourite in the series - it has amazing graphics, at first annoying but controllable once you get used to it - and to be honest the camera angles add to the mystery.
This is a GREAT game and well worth buying - it reminds me a little of the silent hill games in that it does direct you to locations but does leave some things for you to figure out. Within the first 2hours there were plenty of "jump out your skin" moments which we have come to relate to these games. No matter how much you expect it, it still gets you (watch out for those dogs).
Overall this is an interesting game with new angles (both story and cameras) - the zombies can run, walk up stairs and can use weapons. You will be continually surprised and if you want something different from each game then you wont be dissapointed.

 r.i.p resi!

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got this depite the reviews because it was a good price and ive bought every single resi game and film to-date. well i dont know whos @ capcom making these games these days but they have certainly ruined what was an excellent series for me. i put this on and within 1 hour of playing i knew i hated it. the graphics are excellent theres no question but its taken alot of the choices away. the exploring has gone. theres way way far too much of waggle the joypad or press x then square then triangle. omg. its totally ruined the experience for me. i can see what theyve tried to do here which is recreate the experience of resi 2 and have stories overlapping when you play different charaters, nice idea but when a lover of the games doesnt even finish the first charaters story forget it, youve failed. i used to buy these games on release, then moved to when they drop in price. and now im at a stage where i cant be bothered at all. this games getting traded in. and all these extra tittle they release can forget it. i dont expect them to bring games out like they used to be that would just be silly. but the suspense the fun and replayability has gone.

 too much change, not enough of the old resident evil

| | See all JoshDon's reviews (1)

i was really looking forward to playing resident evil 6, seeing as leon was in it, i thought this title would be similar to resident evil 4 which was amazing, but this is nothing like the old resident evil games, too much has changed and this seems more like a adventure game then anything else.

bring back the puzzles, the old style horror sequences, the old system of the item select, the old aiming system with the guns and the old system for opening doors and so on, this new interface is just rubbish, its putting me off ever buying a resident evil game again, the only thing i liked abt the game was the storyline, but even that wasnt as good as the previous resident evil games.


| | See all Envirasu's reviews (3)

I've been playing Resident Evil since the first game on the PS1, back in the '90s. This game does not disappoint. As others have said, it has left puzzles behind, for the most part, in favour of action, but the game in general is great. Everything about it is smooth and efficient, it looks great, and the quantity of campaigns collectively include roughly thirty hours of gameplay. That's not including the extras like Mercenaries and Agent Hunt. Great game, and great value even at 40 pounds.

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