Honestly, I don't recommend it. IMO, it's a slightly below average video game, because of various flaws that the game contains. The game has been completely stripped of it's survival horror atmosphere and is full of action scenes and broken combat mechanics. The camera and cover system is awful at times, making it a step back in terms of survival horror and shooting games. The story is decent, but very mixed up, which complicates things and the way the characters act and react during cutscenes is uncomfortable sometimes. This game also has possibly some of the most Quick Time Events in this current generation of gaming, so if you hate Quick Time Events, you will HATE this game(personally, I don't hate them, neither do I love them. Well, it depends really, if the game does it right like God Hand or Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance). Chris's Campaign feels out of place, since it gives you a Call of Duty/Gears of War feeling. The game even has Invisible Walls. That's Right: Invisible Walls in a 7th Gen. video game. The game is too easy as well. RE6 on Professional mode= RE4 on Easy/Normal mode. Though, IMO, the worst part of RE6 is the music. It has some of the most uninspired, bland, generic, forgettable music I've heard in a long time. Sounds like something you hear off an action movie. Seriously, I've heard "Otaku" games with a better, more inspired, soundtrack. There are a few songs that stand out like the Mercenaries mode theme, but not much. If you're a die hard fan, you'll most likely think this is a disgrace to the franchise, like RE:ORC. IMO, you should spend that money on RE: Revelations if you haven't bought it yet or save it up for Shinki Mikami's "The Evil Within" coming out next year. Then again, there are a handful of fans who loved it, so if you can get past the fact that it's not survival horror, you might be able to enjoy it.