By Vamien McKalin | Oct 04, 2012 11:13 AM EDT
Resident Evil 6 was released yesterday in the United States to a mixed welcoming party. The game has been getting mixed reviews since the embargo lifted a few days prior to the game being released for consumers. The main problems criticis point to in the titles are the number of Quick Time Events (QTE) Capcom placed in the game, and the in-game cut scenes for opening every door.
Mobile & Apps assembled several reviews in a list below for your viewing pleasure.
IGN - Richard George: "Evolution and ambition are only natural for a franchise as old as Resident Evil, as is the need to respect a long-lasting legacy and the fans that have come to appreciate it. But in trying to serve all masters, Resident Evil 6 loses focus and fails to accurately assess which of its elements are truly worthy of being included."
GameSpot - Kevin VanOrd: "Resident Evil 6's messy mix of annoying quick-time events and constant set pieces makes it a poor caricature of modern-day action games."
Eurogamer - Simon Parkin: "The game represents a tremendous amount of effort and investment and, for those impressed by such things, Resident Evil 6 may delight. But all the effort in the world won't make up for a lack of vision."
PlanetXbox360 - Robert Workman: "It's a game not everyone will love, as Capcom abandons the smaller, fear-inducing moments of the series in favor of a big-budget Hollywood blockbuster approach. Despite its problems, though, it still works, and is a serviceable action experience with plenty of scary moments and opportunities to have fun with your friends. Just because the party's grown out of control doesn't mean you won't have a good time."
Look for a Mobile & Apps review of the game in the coming days.
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