Yea you should definitely check out Ada's though. It is a lot better than Jake's in my opinion. I was not a huge fan of Jake's myself. Betweeen the running, vehicle segments, snow storms, sneaking I was not having a good time myself. --- "Life owes you nothing. You owe yourself everything." -Corey Taylor
I actually thought Jake's story wasn't that bad. The motorcycle level sucked major ass though I'll admit. Ustanak I thought was an interesting boss as it reminded me of Nemesis. Unfortunately the end fight was disappointing.
Chris's story was bad.
Leon's was the best, except they dragged the Simmons fight out way too long.
Ada was kinda mixed bag. --- Sorry, bout your damn luck!!!
Jake's campaign used to be my least favorite, but it's grown on me and now I like it better than Leon's (too scripted) and Ada's (been there, done that). The snowmobile and motorcycle parts are terrible, though.
Leon's and Ada's campaigns are dragged down by the scripted crap (Leon 1-1, anyone?) and the dragged out and tedious boss battles (Deborah, Simmons).
This game need way more chainsaws.
I couldn't disagree more. They've been shoehorning chainsaws into RE games since RE5, which is pointless -- they only made sense in 4. Now we have organic chainsaws in the latest games? No thanks. The chainsaws weren't what gave RE4 tension; it was the location and the lack of co-op.
Also, if Leon's campaign was "like RE4," then Jake's was like Super Mario.
I don't understand how you can like one and not the other. They're all mostly non-stop action and too many boss fights, and fighting zombies is not much different from fighting J'avo. --- Gamertag: Triple Escape http://www.facebook.com/gotacoolname