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Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition

Released on 29 June 2007

Rating: 15+ (BBFC)

5.0 out of 5 (187 customer reviews) | Write a review

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When Resident Evil 4 was released on the Nintendo GameCube in 2005, it wowed critics and players alike with its sensational reinvention of the survival horror genre. The superb graphics and tight controls made Resident Evil 4 one of the most praised games of all time. Now it's set for a comeback on Wii, bringing you closer to the horror than ever before...

Leon S. Kennedy, formerly Raccoon City Police Department's idealistic rookie cop, is now a U.S. agent with a top-secret mission to rescue the President's daughter, who has been kidnapped by a mysterious organisation. Leon must begin his investigation with a trip to an undisclosed Spanish-speaking village in Europe, where he encounters a horde of unruly villagers who pledge their lives to Los Illuminados, the cult that perpetrated Ashley's kidnapping. As Leon encounters unimaginable horrors, he must find out who - or what - is behind everything.

With the gameplay attuned to the immersive Wii controls, plus thrilling new chapters that were not included with the GameCube release, Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition truly offers horror a new home...

Wii Remote Action! Moving the Wii Remote allows players to aim weapons, slash with the knife, control action sequences and much more.

Unsurpassed Visuals: Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition features breathtaking 3D graphics and effects!

    Behind the Camera View: Camera follows you from behind and allows for intuitive movement.

      Advanced AI: Enemies use their cunning abilities to team up and attack the player en mass.

        "Separate Ways": Play as glamorous agent Ada Wong in five new chapters that reveal startling insight into the original storyline!

          Supports true 16:9 widescreen and Dolby Pro Logic II

          customer Reviews

           Average rating (187 reviews)

           Well surprised to find how good this one was!

          | | See all Coolwater's reviews (88)

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          I wasn't going to leave a review as there had been non fewer than 89 (5) star reviews...now that takes some beating.

          This game has everything that you want; A sizzling Storyline, Atmosphere, Suspense, Tension, Gameplay...the list is endless.

          I'm gutted coz my sister owns it and I only get to play it when I go round. Sometimes i wonder why i'm popping round..?

          Is it because I care or is just because I want to play the game...me thinks both.


           well worth the money!

          | | See all ddanblack's reviews (2)

          having only just gotten my wii and after completing zelda i was looking for a new game to kill the time

          after reading reviwes for this game i decided to get it, i was not dissapointed! this is the best resident evil game i've played...altho i think its lacking in the "fear" the original games had

          but still i give it 5 stars with the wii contorls it makes the game more enjoyable if u already have this game on PS2 or gamecube and u have a wii get it again u wont be disappointed!!!


          | | See all thehobo's reviews (1)

          I have never played a Resident Evil game properly before, but after getting this on friday managed to clock up 16hrs play in less than 2days. Everything is amazing: the graphics and spectacular level design; atmospheric music and tense plotline; the montion sensitive controls and shooting system all help to make this one of the best games I have ever played on any console.

          If you own a Wii this is a must buy (unless you are under 15 - it is quite scary).


          | | See all PoachedEgg's reviews (3)

          If you own Resident Evil 4 on Gamecube, PS2 or PC and can't stop playing it then I urge you to buy the Wii version. If you haven't played RE4, again, get this version. The new controls that use the wiimote and nunchuck are executed perfectly and make the experience more intuitive and enjoyable. If the wiimote isn't your thing, the game can be played with the gamecube or the classic controller. The Wii version also includes all the exclusives that were on the PS2 and PC versions which makes for alot of replay value. This new version has refreshed and remastered the game and has made it even more addictive and fun. A must buy for all Wii owners and RE fans.

           One of the greatest games ever made.

          | | See all BARKSTAR's reviews (8)

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          I have been gaming for 25 years and Resident Evil 4 has to be one of the greatest game experiences I have ever had the pleasure to play through. Level design, gameplay and pacing are all expertly balanced and although showing it's age now, the graphics and effects are still superb throughout.

          A word of warning to Resident Evil fans, the game is nothing like the previous games in the series. It is a full 3D action, adventure experience as opposed to a survival horror game played on pre-rendered backgrounds. Purists may scoff that Resident Evil 4 strays too far away from the original gameplay and although true, I know the developers have taken the series in the right direction for it to become the masterpiece that it is today. For those that did not like the original games then give this a try as it is a totally different experience.

          If you have not played the game before I recommend you pick this up immediately and the Wii version is the best of the bunch. Having previously owned it on the Gamecube, the quicker, more precise aiming and automatic knife swiping (achieved by swinging the Wii remote) made the game an even bigger and better experience than before, and one that cannot be matched on any other console control system to date.

          All of the extra features that were available on the later PS2 port are also now included with the updated graphics of the Wii version. This coupled with the enhanced control scheme really ought to give previous players of the Gamecube version another reason to give the game another run through.

          If I have any complaints it would be that I would have implemented a quicker way to equip grenades as a secondary weapon or have had a shortcut for using them as switching between them and your main weapon can feel a little clumsy at times. 180 degree quick turn is a good feature and certainly essential for survival but I would also have implemented a jumping roll when running from enemies that turns you 180 degrees upon getting up. This would also have been nice for dealing with some of the quicker enemies in the game and also for fighting in some of the enclosed spaces.

          Other than these minor gripes I would recommend this game to anybody who has the Wii. It is one of the few games that show the console can house an intense, in your face, exhilarating experience as good as anything the PS3 or XBOX 360 can muster up. To anyone looking for a hardcore Wii game, far away from the casual and minigame collections that are available on the console I suggest that you give this a shot. Hope you all enjoy the experience as much as I did.


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          Rating15+ (BBFC)