- Summary: Resident Evil 6 is a Survival-Horror game that continues the struggle against the series' signature zombie inducing bio-terror, while raising the bar with all new game functionality. Players enjoy a diverse play experience, highlighted by the ability to select between three scenariosResident Evil 6 is a Survival-Horror game that continues the struggle against the series' signature zombie inducing bio-terror, while raising the bar with all new game functionality. Players enjoy a diverse play experience, highlighted by the ability to select between three scenarios featuring multiple characters and intertwined storylines. Within these scenarios both stories and action cross paths. Additional features include zombies as well as new enemies, upgradable firepower and characters, vehicle based options, the mini-game based Mercenaries mode, and single-player and co-op play options.… Expand
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Official Xbox Magazine UKMay 29, 2016Given time and space we finally appreciate RE6 for the dumb actioner it is. Nice port, too. [June 2016, p.84]
Apr 16, 2020Juego infravalorado,
De acuerdo que no es la mejor campaña en cuanto a resident Evil se refiere, pero ofrece una cantidad de diversión mayorJuego infravalorado,
De acuerdo que no es la mejor campaña en cuanto a resident Evil se refiere, pero ofrece una cantidad de diversión mayor que otras entregas y tienes muchas horas de juego aseguradas.… Expand
Apr 28, 2016Played this on the Xbox 360 and whilst a game that is not without its flaws it's still a fantastic game with lots of very different missionsPlayed this on the Xbox 360 and whilst a game that is not without its flaws it's still a fantastic game with lots of very different missions and characters to play. I will pick this up soon so I can go back into multiplayer and kick some ***!… Expand
Nov 16, 2016I think Resident Evil 6 is one of the most under appreciated and underated game of the past years. It's true that, not unlike RE 5 (and maybeI think Resident Evil 6 is one of the most under appreciated and underated game of the past years. It's true that, not unlike RE 5 (and maybe 4), we are far from the gameplay the original fans loved so much.
But it's important to highlight the qualities of said-gameplay.
The dynamics of the controls have been refined since RE4 or 5. You could say that Capcom embrassed it's new approach to this amazing series. It's much more reflex orientated and allows us to perform stylistic actions, which I appreciate. Most of all, the controls and timing is very precise and fine-tuned and this creates a tight gameplay that can create fun challenges in high difficulty modes but remains accessible in the lower ones. You will find that for every situation and every enemies there is always the brute force strategy but there is also the subtle and often easier one that can beat the hardest enemies if you learn to time and chain your actions the right way.
The game also offers 4 campaigns with 2 playable characters, each one offering it's own abilities. Each campaign is linked to a particular setting/mood and a type of gameplay/action too. So, depending on your feelings that day, you can choose to play one or the other. The Leon campaign is the closest to the originals RE (racoon city / manor environments), the Chris - punch the boulder - Redfield campaign is more a call of duty style of game with lots of gunfights and covers, and the Jake campaign is more experimental with more hand to hand combats and a Nemesis tracking you. Ada Wong was originally intended as a full solo campaign (which is probably the way to experience it), and is kind of a mix of the 3 other campaigns with a stealth approach to some situations.
To make things more interesting, Capcom has included lots of challenges and modes to play solo or even drop in a player's campaign to fight alongside her/him or against! Like RE5, it's best to play the campaign in coop but the AI is smart enough that it will not be a burden to experience all this in solo. Like all Resident, the replay value is immense with abilities to unlock and modes and challenges to complete.
I can't stress enough how Resident Evil 6 is an amazing game. It might not be what lots of people expect from a Resident Evil (I personnaly appreciate the evolution, but I know lots of people don't feel this way), but if you want a well crafted, rich and well polished game that takes you all over the world in various environments like deadly cemeteries, zombie infested campus, BOWs (Bio Organic Weapon) with machine guns in corporate headquarters in japan, submarines, american cities overwhelmed by the dead, churches, founderies, and more, look no further.… Expand
Mar 7, 2017With barely any survival horror elements, and a heavy focus on action, "Resident Evil 6" is an installment that forgets what made theWith barely any survival horror elements, and a heavy focus on action, "Resident Evil 6" is an installment that forgets what made the franchise great to begin with. However, its intriguing plot and interwoven campaigns lean in its favor.… Expand
Jun 19, 2019In this review, only the negative aspects of the game are considered. The purpose of this work is to help you to get a better decision on theIn this review, only the negative aspects of the game are considered. The purpose of this work is to help you to get a better decision on the purchase of the game
My Rating: 6 of 10
Weak points (Single player only):
- The game is far from its roots and originality
- The graphical improvement has not been upgraded to the previous version (Xbox360 and etc)
- The increase in characters and the intersection of the storyline has not helped to enjoy the game… Expand
Mar 30, 2019"Resident Evil 6" is both an entertaining game and a disappointing one. It is the biggest installment in the series and the most polarizing."Resident Evil 6" is both an entertaining game and a disappointing one. It is the biggest installment in the series and the most polarizing. This was easily Capcom's most hated sequel alongside "Devil May Cry 2". The initial consensus was that RE had abandoned its horror roots and was now an action shooter and a bad one at that. The company would go on to slightly improve it with updates, but this is still a very divisive entry to this day. Featuring four campaigns and five difficulty levels, it's a 25+ hour experience with plenty of nosedives throughout the adventure. In an apparent decision to stay relevant, the game's designers borrowed ideas from many other popular action titles. As a result, the game suffers from the "everything but the kitchen sink" approach.
Action fans will see the influences of "Gears of War", "Metal Gear Solid", "Uncharted" and even "Battlefield". There are plenty of sections that are a slog to play through. However, the game was made for cooperative play which makes the ride slightly more fun than going solo. The best campaign easily belongs to Leon, followed by Ada's. Chris Redfield's levels are a mix of good and bad, while Jake Muller's chapters can be rather bland. As stated before, Capcom wanted RE6 to be everything to everybody and it ends up just being a hot mess. Yet, I do love how every campaign intersects at one point and the story is somewhat entertaining.
Graphically, "Resident Evil 6" looks great on the Xbox One. This is the best looking title of the three HD re-releases. It also includes every multiplayer mode, mercenaries map and alternative costume ever made. Considering the base game was already packed to the gills with content, this version is a steal at only $20. And while RE6 is constantly ranked at the bottom of "Resident Evil" lists, it does provide a decent amount of fun. If you've never played it before, then this Xbox One port is the edition you'd want to get. I'd rank it with a 6.5 out of 10.… Expand
Sep 6, 2020This game is so bad we refer to it as 'the game that shall not be named'.
We love the Resident Evil series. Even Resident Evil 5 which weThis game is so bad we refer to it as 'the game that shall not be named'.
We love the Resident Evil series. Even Resident Evil 5 which we still play today (just make sure you have a partner as the AI sucks, and recognize it's more of an action game and cheesy).
This is the only one we've ever found legitimately a bad game and it is TERRIBLE.
It's really hard to think of anything to compliment about this game. The atmosphere? Bad. The plot? Even discarded scraps from a good writer would be better. The character design? Depressing. The new characters? Boring. The bosses? Don't remember a single one.
I have no idea why it gets any positive reviews at all. I'm going to assume is because it has a full set of the most popular characters. Chris, Leon and Ava are extremely popular (for good reason) and having all in one game was what sold it to us in the first place. Or maybe it's because there are different genres for each campaign so one of them is likely to be what you were looking for.
Not only are the additions bad, but the broken storylines are worse. It's glitchy af and not co-op friendly. On Ava's campaign, the co-op partner is a faceless creation who can't even open doors. Yes, you heard that right. You can't interact with the environment.
It's been a long time since I played this game. It's still my least favorite game.… Expand