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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Gaming' started by highroller, Dec 3, 2007.
How much time did it take to beat REUC?
About 6-8 hours but it has great replay value.
around 8 hours
WHICH IS REALLY GOOD FOR A ON-RAILS!
dunno havent gotton the chance to play it yet..
dosent it briefly go thru 0-3?
Apparently the game misses out Resident Evil 2 for some reason.
8 hours seems decent then.
Asked for it for Christmas, looking forward to it
Yeah - I was a little bummed on that, but then when you look at in RE:UC it was mixed in with the RE3 story with Ada and Hunk. So it is still there - just minus leon and some other things.
I am on the third stage of teh Mansion incident. I just rented it from Hollywood video. Good game, I asked for it for Christmas.
Wish I could ask for things at christmas.
That's because as awesome as Resident Evil 2 and it's story are, it was fairly unimportant to the main story, at least from Wesker and Umbrella's point of view. Leon and Claire are really just two survivors... the real story is with Mr. Death(HUNK) and Ada, who are the major players in Birkin's assasination and the theft of the G-Virus sample. Leon and Claire do still get their honorable mentions.
What has me a bit more puzzled is the omission of Code: Veronica. It was pretty Wesker intensive, although it was a bit more of an isolated incident... hmmm.
Oh, and CantGetAWii, as far as time goes... I'm currently on hour 43, working on all S rating in Hard mode. Tough as hell.
Maybe I'm crap at the game but after one weekend i still havent completed it...... But it sure is fun to play though. I think rail shooters suit the wii!
I'm right there with you buddy! 45 hours and still going strong. I hate those damn red zombies!!
Was I the only one who thought this game was utter crap?
The gameplay is so slow it feels like House of the Dead Granified lol
Gameplay is also very repetitive and the storyline keeps you from enjoying the action.
It's like walk through a room listen to some dialogue and meh there is a zombie bang repeat process x 10 lol
I'm going to return this to the shops ASAP and trade it in I am a big resi evil fan and this game was disapointing!
Give us resi evil 5 !
Crimson Heads!!! :mad5:
To take down Redheaded Sluts pop them in the kneecap, then take off their domepiece execution style. Try two shots; one when he's on his knee, and if you miss that shot follow him up until they're standing and you'll have another good chance at his forehead.
Ever notice how all Crimson Heads appear to spawn from dudes?
I love this game. I guess you can't please 'em all.
lol Yeah - I have notice that spawning. If I get surrounded I usually whip out the rocket launcher (Weapon of choice) and go to town with them. Have you received the Special Stage? Do you know what happens when you complete all 10 rounds? I have been getting to the final round until I get out numbered by those fast zombies. Still a lot of fun though.
I'm thinking of buying this game, but I don't know how much I'd play it. Geometry Wars has been taking up the majority of my time lately; I haven't really played Ghost Squad that much either.
This one does look like it might be better for the single player rail mode, but Ghost Squad seems like it has the better multiplayer aspect - anyone have any insight on that?
It misses Resident Evil 2. Despite that, you see more of that cop station than you do of scenes from Resident Evil 3. Part 3 is actually revamped stages from Resident Evil Outbreak 1+2, the train station, and first stage. You see plenty of 0+1. But the rest is based on Outbreak and the final stage is something new.
I spent about 30+ hours on the game so far. It has immense replay value. This is the kind of game that you play far more than one time. As you replay stages you can collect more files, weapons, and even stack your ammo. If you get S-rank on hard mode you get infinite ammo. That's the goal.