then don't be a trained super cop, be a regular average book writer looking for his little girl who got lost in a monster infested town or something.
^^ Hmm, sounds a bit like "Silent Hill" to me. LOL
Yes, I totally agree that the next installment's protagonist should not have any formal militia-type training whatsoever. What if it was someone who also had some kind of disease like asthma or diabetes? I don't mean to offend any of you on here who are or may know someone close to you who have either disease, but I think this aspect will greatly add to the survival challenge. This character might not be able to make it from point A to point B directly unless they stop by to rest or have to find medicine (e.g., inhaler or insulin).
Also, what if Capcom offered the choices between the classic camera angle and the frontal 3rd person view that's been the norm for the more recent RE games? That way, no one would be whining about it. Also, doesn't Revelations have the enemy generator program where they randomly appear anywhere in the map? I might be wrong, but I know that enemies were fairly easy in RE6 especially if you already know where they're going to spawn from. I think the element of surprise, along with scarce ammo, can really bring the series back to its "roots" (whatever that may be).
If playing X-Box 360 was a full-time job, I'd be having overtime everyday. (^_^)