- Summary: Set in the Resident Evil universe, Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D will deliver relentless action with players competing against the clock to defeat as many enemies as possible in a fixed time. Featuring Mercenaries missions from Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 5, now fully realised in stunning 3D, Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D will add brand new modes and well known characters from the series to enrich and extend the Mercenaries experience. Furthermore, the title will take advantage of the Nintendo 3DSÃ¯Â¿Â½ WiFi Connectivity, allowing players from around the world to join forces in co-op gameplay, regardless of location.… Expand
Jul 11, 201140Everything in this game smells of calculated recycling and boring gameplay possibilities. Some people might find this attractive based on a few hours play, but you'll be sighing for more content only a short time later. The best thing about it is the included demo of the coming Resident Evil Revelations, and that says it all.
10This game deserves much better reviews than people are giving it, it's a 6 at worst. But in My opinion it sits comfortably at seven. It offers enough with the upgrade system to warrant replay, and the gameplay itself is fantastic. The visuals are some of the best on the 3DS so far, and the online co op becomes an absolute bloodbath in seeing who can slaughter more foes. Get it or miss out, it's worth the money for a perfect pick up and play game on the go.… Expand
8This game is very underrated, for its supposedly short content... But to unlock everything, you need to beat almost 780 missions with SS range (Seriously!)... This game has no end, and playing it with a friend (Wireless or Online) is a blast!... With a great level of difficulty and a lot to do, i think this game deserves a better attention!... Also is very fun!… Expand
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Let's start with this game which I just got and it's fairy good sometimes here's my main reason:
1. the character now runs when you don't need to hold two buttons to do it
2. it's fairly easy to kill a whole bunch of Ganados and get a kill zone for hours
3. I notice something they like changed in this game in some levels you're in waves after waves which is pretty boring I guess which could take a few hours until you die or the time goes down until the game is over
4. it's on line which to me I like not the best game for on line stuff as you need to go to place to another before a Gan ado shows up
5. they went down to really put the same levels in Resident Evil 4 and 5 Mercenaries but they put random bad guys in the area instead
when you try to kill say a boss you try to but the fact is your surround by the other mobs who try to kill you and then more and more show up out of nowhere making it a one hell annoying even more for you.
Only the big bosses come after you all others they stand still wait for you to attack this game is pity just so Cap com can and willing get more money at there doorstep for selling a mini-game which was on three other games man it's just crude!
But they is no story to this mindless game but it's kind of fun game to rank up a lot of points if you got the time and er patience to do it.
I did had a lot of lag in the on line though when you on the last 5 seconds on so the game will die and say you're connection has been lost then you're back at the start of the menu with all the points you just got meaning you got to do that stage again!
At least you get these killer skills you can use on this game :D which I like the thunder strike thing when you hit a person out thunder strikes around them and hitting anyone on the area which is funny.… Expand
Who ever gives this game a score above 5 is a fool, and here's why;
Capcom doesn't care about the gamer, they care about their pocket book. The mercinaries is a mini game that has been (and this is rare for capcom) free in their most recent releases of resident evil or biohazard as it's known in japan.
My complaint plain and simple is that it's a $45, 300mb on a card that can hold up to and excess of 50gb of data, and get this; Resident Evil revelations, their next full release coming up in a few months for the 3DS is only to be roughly 1.3gb in size, so why not just put this mini game on their? Here's what you have been fooled into believing; (1)"its a bench mark test" -no it's not, capcom begins distribution of their games one year after they're done being made (2) "the idea of having this nice mini game in your pocket is so nice" - again, why not just put it on the already finished full game coming out for the 3DS in a few months (3) "it was made for the fans, you wouldn't understand" - i just want to punch you
So anyways, heres the answer to the they released it on a seperate card; to make more money. "well Matthew" you say, "isn't that the whole objective of a business, to make money?" well technically yes Mr. useless, mindless 'video gamer' fool, it is! Except the difference is that usually you don't want to willingly get ripped off by an openly admitted company attempting to be a monopoly.
So what's my verdict? I am definitely going to but RE Revelations coming out soon, but under no condition am I going to buy their $45 mini game that should be already be on the fully released game.… Expand
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