Thinking about getting this, a few questions.

#1mab2815Posted 2/11/2012 1:51:54 AM
Is the aiming inverted where you look down it looks up?
Is this just as hard as RE5?
How long does it take to beat?
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#2Hyrulian15Posted 2/11/2012 8:48:21 AM
Aiming is not inverted.

RE5 was hard? If you thought that game was hard, then RE4 will probably be just as hard.

If you watch all cutscenes and such, the game should take around 12-15 hours.
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#3snacktimeguyPosted 2/14/2012 3:18:37 PM
2. I actually thought RE5 was a lot harder on the first playthrough
3. It took me 20 hours to beat it the first time. But 30 playthroughs later, I average 8 hours.
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#4Nubs_the_CatPosted 2/16/2012 10:05:10 AM
I think this game is a lot harder than RE5. Personally I think RE5 was breeze, but maybe that's because I liked using my partner a lot in battles. The partner system in RE5 is cool, but I think it takes away from some of the fear and pressure of doing everything on your own. There's never been a resident evil game I didn't like.
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#5tharuckusPosted 2/17/2012 1:16:14 PM
On the Wii version, if you go into the menu where you can restart an area or reload a save, it should give you control options. In there, you can set it for inverted or not.

Again, I speak on behalf of the Wii version, so I'd hope they'd include it in this version.
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#6LandonioPosted 2/28/2012 9:40:44 AM
You can enable aiming inversion.
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