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If it wasn't a straight up action game with a FEW (could be like five and I'd be happy) puzzles, I'll actually get this game with a smile on my face. Even if it had the whole over the shoulder aspect and some actual thrills (The only thrill within the last two RE games was the Oven Man in 4) I'll be happy.
Pretty much, if this isn't a straight up shooter with no real reason to carry on, I'll be happy.
We're not tools of the government, or anyone else. Fighting was the only thing I was good at. But at least I always fought for what I believed in.
They need to combine the exploration and puzzles of the the earlier resident evil games with the controls and action of the newer resident games. That's probably easier said than done, but it would be perfect in my opinion.
"By the way, if you like this game, buy it or die."-Line from the code of Pokemon FireRed/LeafGreen