- Summary: As U.S. agent Leon Kennedy looks into the abduction of the President's daughter, his investigation leads to a mysterious location in Europe. Encountering unimaginable horrors, he must find out what is behind the terror. Experience Evil 4 with new gameplay and bonus features: new chapters - play as Ada Wong in "Separate Ways," 5 terrifying, adrenaline-pumping missions that reveal additional horrific surprise. New weapons, including the P.R.L.412 laser cannon and the Gunpowder Bowgun. New unlockable costumes for Leon and Ashley. New gameplay mechanics -- behind-the-back camera perspective & hit zone aiming system. [Ubisoft]… Collapse
Alex10This game is fantastic. It seems like all I hear on reviews about the PC port is how much it sucks compared to a console, but really it isn039;t that bad. Sure it might take some getting used to, and the controls are a bit lacking but I learned it and it soon became second nature. That aside, it is one of the greatest games I've ever played. It is very immersive and it's hard to put it down.… Expand
Peut-etre un dÃ¨s meilleur jeu de zombi que j'ai jouer, mais surement pas les meilleur graphismes cependant amÃ©liorer depuis le patch 2.0 , seulement 30 FPS Ã§a pique les yeux.
je conseille fortement d'avoir une manette PC car pour les combinaisons de touche il est difficile de les trouver du premier coup… Expand
This game is amazing. This game is the definition of a horror game, in my opinion. The story line is well-written, and the voice acting is much better than that of the previous games. This game deserves a 10, but I give it a 7. The reason being is that it does not make for a good PC port. The controls are very hard to play on, and the aiming system is flawed. Aside from this, though it does the horror genre and the Resident Evil series proud. This one is worth picking up and playing!… Expand
Rhyek4Lousy graphics, low-quality FMV's, but what's really annoying about this game is the incredibly awkward controls. I played maybe 30 minutes and got so frustrated I had to alt-f4. You have to actually make an effort to simultaneously run/walk and turn towards your desired direction; you can't turn around quickly enough to target a surprise enemy; targetting an enemy is a dreadful process. When you're trying to aim at something it sort of feels like the main character suffers from epilepsy: your weapon's laser keeps wobbling about like it's hell-bent on getting you killed. I tried with both and XBOX 360 controller and keyboard/mouse. Same result.
This game really needed an auto-target function.
It reminds me of how slow the combat mechanism was for Silent Hill 2 for the PC when I tried playing it, though these are definitely worse.
There's something wrong with a supposedly horror game when most of your distress can be attributed to you not being able to get your character to do what you want them to do when you want them to do it.… Expand