how much farther

#1GroundJordanPosted 1/6/2013 11:52:27 AM
I really wanna start re2. I'm running through this as quick as I can I never played it I'm at the part where I killed the tentacles by adding chemicals to the water. How many hours left before this game is beat?
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#2SxmfctPosted 1/6/2013 3:46:28 PM
How long is a piece of string? There's no way of telling how many hours you have left. Going from my memories however I'd say you're close to half way there, if not slightly over.

Why do you want to play RE2 so badly? In terms of gameplay it's the exact same, not that it's a bad thing but I wouldn't rush the first one to get to the second.. Also Leon and Claire are lame, Chris, Jill and Barry are awesome.

Regardless both games are great so enjoy. Also try RE3 :]
#3JoveHackPosted 1/6/2013 9:58:13 PM
Sxmfct posted...
How long is a piece of string? There's no way of telling how many hours you have left. Going from my memories however I'd say you're close to half way there, if not slightly over.


I'd agree with that. I'd also say you should play through as both characters, then play in Arranged mode to see the difference a great game can make with a few small changes.

Why do you want to play RE2 so badly? In terms of gameplay it's the exact same, not that it's a bad thing but I wouldn't rush the first one to get to the second.. Also Leon and Claire are lame, Chris, Jill and Barry are awesome.

Regardless both games are great so enjoy. Also try RE3 :]


Claire's not lame! Other than that, I agree with most of what you said. While "gameplay" is the same, the areas and layouts are enough different to make the very different games, imho.

Good luck. Let us know how it goes.

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#4GroundJordan(Topic Creator)Posted 1/7/2013 11:14:07 AM
thanks for the replies you guys seeing how this board is pretty much dead. I actually started off with Re3 when it first came out and now i have the anthology and i really want to play Re6 thats why i'm trying to rush through the story. But its probably best to slow pace it and just enjoy it all. The graphics are horrible and it does take time getting use to. lol
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#5JoveHackPosted 1/7/2013 1:12:33 PM
GroundJordan posted...
thanks for the replies you guys seeing how this board is pretty much dead. I actually started off with Re3 when it first came out and now i have the anthology and i really want to play Re6 thats why i'm trying to rush through the story. But its probably best to slow pace it and just enjoy it all. The graphics are horrible and it does take time getting use to. lol


If you're playing on a PS3, use the built-in smoothing option.

http://www.ign.com/images/articles/playstation-3-upscaling-comparison-793775
http://www.joystiq.com/2007/05/24/ps3-upscales-ps2-games-and-makes-them-look-fantastic-continued/

If you're playing on a PS2, get component cables for vastly improved video.

You can also turn the Sharpness down to 0 or 10% on the TV.
Turning down Contrast a little might also help.

Those steps should smooth all pixelation, jagged edges, and graphical artifacts. The games will be a lot blurrier, though.

I predict RE6 will be a bit of a letdown after playing through the rest of the series, particularly if you play Resident Evil 4.

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