>Is it replayable? >Are the menus well-organized? >Does this have its scary moments?
I feel with RE5, the series fell off the map. It turned into Gears of War, the inventory menu was cluttered, the co-op system was questionable, and it didn't have any fear at all. At least in RE4, you had to watch your back from Ganado coming after you and, worst of all, listen for Regenerators breathing. --- http://tinyurl.com/ckb9ykw http://www.gamerhandles.com/sig/Durango.jpg
#2Neutron15Posted 2/5/2013 11:05:42 PM(edited)
the answer to those 3 questions is Yes, horror and action - a successful blend --- I Found A Survivor. The B.O.W.s Got Her Though.
#3cervidae-raePosted 2/5/2013 11:28:31 PM
Yes, yes, and yes. And along with the three difficulty modes to play through in Campaign Mode, there's also the highly addictive Raid Mode that's tons of fun.