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ds girl

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#1 10 years ago

Resident evil Wii...is it any good? Lots of mates have reccomended it but I think I would have to get past the mental block of the zombie thing....

Does it distract you?:uhoh:




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#2 10 years ago

Resident evil 4? Or the umbrella chronicles? Both are fantastic games and have great playability. I'd highly recommend.




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#3 10 years ago

I quite enjoyed it myself...well the one I played on wii anyway, can't remember the name. I would recommend it but then again I would get it for a different console if i was you




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#4 10 years ago

get a ps3 or a 360 if you're in to that kind of games :). But i would recommend it too, it's the only thing i ever played on a Wii, besides Zelda's crossbowtraining




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#5 10 years ago

I disagree, shooting games are very fun on the wii, it's more fun to aim,shoot etc. While on a ps3 or x box 360 your restricted to analog sticks.




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#6 10 years ago

I don't like the setup for Resident Evil 4 on Wii. You have to hold down A, then aim, then press B to fire. You also can't turn around fast when moving, so people with axes around corners are gonna get you :/




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#7 10 years ago

I played RE4 on my P4 3Ghz, X1950Pro 512MB, 2GB RAM spec, which is AGP platform using XP SP3. I was able to play it pretty well with the Mouse Aim and KBReplacer mods which give you full adjustable sensitivity mouse control and full KB mapping, including the dodge hints showing onscreen with the keys you've mapped to.

I also added the Texture Patch 2.0 mod, which goes well beyond what the developer patch does to improve textures. They're basically as high res as the ones the Nintendo GameCube uses, except for the cutscenes, which are noticeable blurrier.

The game is designed for gamepad controls though and all RE games have no strafe too. Thus the movement is slow and awkward and the mouse look even with the mod a bit clumsy and hard to pinpoint your aim with. Despite that I really enjoyed the game though and played through it several times.

That being said, I did try playing with my Xbox gamepad and IMHO it plays no better that way. It's just a matter of what your used to. In a nutshell, using the Mouse Aim mod allows you to play with equal precision to what a gamepad offers, rather than having the usual greater precision a mouse offers.

My honest opinion is if you don't have a GameCube, play it on PC, esp if you have one with spec a bit beyond the game's hardware requirements so you can play with the Texture Mod.




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#8 10 years ago
Homer Gonerson;4762235I don't like the setup for Resident Evil 4 on Wii. You have to hold down A, then aim, then press B to fire. You also can't turn around fast when moving, so people with axes around corners are gonna get you :/

Hold A and B and pull the analog stick on the nun chuck backwards, and he spins round quickly. Or it might just be B, i can't remember.




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#9 10 years ago

You can do it on the PC too, you just hold S and Run simultaneously and he does a quick 180.




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#10 10 years ago

:moved: to General Gaming.