• Publisher: Capcom
  • Release Date: Oct 29, 2019
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  • Summary: Play three of the most action-packed games from the Resident Evil universe with Resident Evil 4, Resident Evil 5, and Resident Evil 6 available together in the Resident Evil Triple Pack on Nintendo Switch! Experience three intense campaigns featuring fan favorite characters on the go or onPlay three of the most action-packed games from the Resident Evil universe with Resident Evil 4, Resident Evil 5, and Resident Evil 6 available together in the Resident Evil Triple Pack on Nintendo Switch! Experience three intense campaigns featuring fan favorite characters on the go or on the couch, and fight against some of the most horrifying enemies and creatures the series has to offer. This compilation includes all previously released map packs, costumes, and game modes.

    Reprise the role of Leon S. Kennedy in the critically-acclaimed Resident Evil 4, which changed survival horror with its third-person perspective and intense combat sequences. Battle dangerous threats across the globe alone or in co-operative play with friends in Resident Evil 5 and Resident Evil 6.

    Features:

    * Play Anywhere: Play Resident Evil Triple Pack on the go using the Nintendo Switch system's handheld or at home in tabletop mode.
    * All Game Modes and Previously Released DLC: Includes all map packs, special costumes, plus the 'Separate Ways' epilogue and 'Mercenaries' game mode from Resident Evil 4; the 'Lost in Nightmares,' 'Desperate Escape' and 'The Mercenaries United' game modes from Resident Evil 5; and the 'Onslaught,' 'Predator,' 'Agent Hunt' and 'Survivors' game modes from Resident Evil 6.
    * Two-Player Local and Online Co-op: Experience Resident Evil 5 and Resident Evil 6 locally or online with a friend.

    Game Enhancements: Includes a variety of game improvements for both Resident Evil 5 and Resident Evil 6.
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  1. Nov 11, 2019
    80
    While this 'second trilogy' compilation offers diminishing returns in terms of quality, Resident Evil 4 still shines brightly, even if the Switch port deserved a little more care and attention. The real draw here will be that game in physical form, and as always it is very disappointing to see that the other two titles must be downloaded. If RE4 is all you care about, getting the fifth and sixth entries as downloadable 'extras' isn't a bad deal and there's fun to be had in the latter two games, although you'll arguably need a friend to get the most out of them. Even Resident Evil 6 - much maligned as a series low point - can be fun if you’re after a straight-up co-op action shooter. As a collection of the 'action' branch of mainline Resident Evil games, this isn't a bad offering at all; just make sure you've got the necessary memory space for the downloads.
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  1. Oct 29, 2019
    9
    Awesome port an absolute must buy!! My only issue that may turn others away is how Capcom rips the consumer off by not putting all three gamesAwesome port an absolute must buy!! My only issue that may turn others away is how Capcom rips the consumer off by not putting all three games on one cartridge. I can see the reason doing it on the Eshop and maybe selling each game for $19.99 or whole at $60.00 but there is no excuse as of why these all could not be ported on the cartridge. Would have given it a 10 but you have games like the witcher 3 on the switch (which is a technical marvel) putting all that content on a cartridge and it's 3 times bigger than all 3 games combined from a length perspective. How you have games that are 14, 10, and 7 years old and not put that on a physical copy? I know for a fact they don't require much space at all considering they come from older consoles. But all ranting aside these still are great game (6 being underrated) and playing while laying in bed is nice. Expand