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Because those people have a different opinion than you TC. Not everyone likes the same things. They enjoyed the detective gameplay as you backtracked and found interlocking areas in a trapped environment with a finite amount of ammo lying around and notes to read and give more of a background to the scenario.
Before you die you see the Tails Doll---Backdrop Observer of the Metroid: Other M board Apparently Edward: Wise Old Sage of Korodai
TC, look up the definition of 'opinion'. At some point it will state that people have differing views of these 'opinions' I speak of. You will eventually learn that not everybody shares the same 'opinion' as yourself.
they weren't bad but unlocking a door to unlock a door to unlock a door to unlock a door got obnoxious as hell
btw RE was never scary
Because I enjoy survival horror/horror adventure gaming and detective work/point and click gameplay. I enjoy exploring sinister environments, looking for keys, solving puzzles, conserving supplies, weapons/ammo to triumph and reading through people's diaries, memoirs, newspapers, books and memos to immerse myself in the current situation and the master plot behind it:
I mean, is it really THAT hard to understand and agree with?
Besides, just because Biohazard games did not scare you 1 bit throughout their entirety, does not exempt them from being horror games.
What I would GIVE to play the Biohazard/Resident Evil Outbreak series online again. Kevin Ryman makes Leon Kennedy look like a whelp.