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Resident Evil 6 Anthology - PlayStation 3 Standard Edition

by Capcom
PlayStation 3
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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • ESRB Rating: Mature Mature
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Celebrate the upcoming release of Resident Evil 6 with the complete library of Resident Evil 1-6! Included in this PlayStation 3 exclusive package is the latest installation of the blockbuster series, Resident Evil 6, along with digital copies of Resident Evil Director's Cut, Resident Evil 2, Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, Resident Evil 4 HD, and Resident Evil 5 Gold Edition redeemable on the PlayStation Network.

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Resident Evil 6

Blending action and survival horror, Resident Evil® 6 promises to be the dramatic horror experience of 2012. Resident Evil favorites Leon S. Kennedy and Chris Redfield are joined by new characters, including Jake Muller, to face a new horror, the highly virulent C-virus, as the narrative moves between North America, the war-torn Eastern European state of Edonia and the Chinese city of Lanshiang. Joining this cast will be presidential aide Derek Simmons, who vows to track down Leon for his involvement in the President's death, and femme fatale Ada Wong. But what part will Ada play as the story unravels and does she have ties to the mysterious Neo-Umbrella?

With three distinct, yet interwoven story threads, each with their own pair of protagonists for either solo or co-op play, both offline and online, not only will Resident Evil 6 deliver both different perspectives and gameplay styles but, with the introduction of the innovative Crossover mechanic players will be able to team up and share the horror. At key moments during the game, up to four players can join together online to tackle a specific situation, with some stages seeing the usual partnerships swapped to further increase the depth of gameplay.

Key Game Features

Horror on a global scale – No longer confined to a specific location, the outbreak of the C-virus is worldwide with the action taking place in North America, Eastern Europe and China.

Multiple characters and intertwined storylines – Experience the horror playing as Leon S. Kennedy, BSAA member Chris Redfield, and son of Albert Wesker, Jake Muller; with their respective partners US government agent Helena Harper, BSAA member Piers Nivans and Sherry Birkin.

Solo or Co-op – Resident Evil 6 delivers both single and two player co-op gameplay either offline or online.

New threats – Zombies make a return to the Resident Evil series, but can now run, jump at players and even use weapons, making them far more challenging than in previous games. The C-virus has also given rise to new BOWs like the J'avo and Chrysalides, which can mutate and spawn a whole host of horrific creatures.

Not only does each story cross paths, but so does the action – At significant points when the narrative draws pairs of characters together, the all new Crossover mechanic allows up to four players to experience the horror together online.

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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best buys I've ever made Jan. 13 2014
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3| Edition:Standard|Verified Purchase
I pre-order this and now I'm the owner of the whole resident evil series, lots of hours of great story and gameplay on the same console.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent value Jan. 30 2013
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3| Edition:Standard|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
For the avid gamer that wants to relive the franchise....this is a must purchase....well done Capcom. Hoping more PS3 franchised games will follow s. Afterall, Sony is one in only that let's you play cross generation platforms.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good to bad Jan. 22 2013
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3| Edition:Standard|Verified Purchase
If playing Leon first, it started off being one of the best zombie first person shooters I’ve ever played. The lighting and creepiness of zombies coming out of the wood work really gave a Resident Evil feel to the game. End boss was a little long. Somewhere along the line you start to scream “oh come on just DIE ALREADY”. Playing the other characters the game seemed to change from a trying to run from zombie hordes, too a shoot’em up, shoot’em up, reloaded and shoot’em up a little more(no zombies in most off the game, your fighting mutated men). If you like that, and that’s for you then have at it. If you’re looking for the kind of game play and genre that made Resident Evil’s cult following I wouldn’t look for it here. Bottom line, it just feels like they tried to make the game for a wide spectrum of game players.
One more thing, when it says it comes with Resident Evil one to five; it’s just a code to download it from the ps network. So if you’re buying it too collect the games (like I did) you can’t.
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7 of 18 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Worst game of the franchise Oct. 16 2012
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3| Edition:Standard|Verified Purchase
Fun: 1.0 out of 5 stars   
I played this game for 3 hours and every hour I had to try and encourage myself to give it another 30 mins and maby it will get better, It did not. The game is just a series of flashing lights and explosions no room for exploration and guns are almost useless the only real effective way to dispatch enemies is with kung fu. Wepon diversity is also gone instead each character is enlisted a set of wepons and you have to unlock skills with experiance points you pick up off dead enemies.

The only and I mean only good thing about this game is that it came with the entire canon run of previous RE titles that I can port to my PSP and play while I am away from home and I am having more fun playing RE2 and RE3 on my PSP then I ever had with this abomination of a game save your money.
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37 of 40 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Resident Evil 6 Anthology Oct. 2 2012
By Antonio - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3|Edition:Standard
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I love Resident Evil. I've played every single one since the very first one came out for the Playstation. Survival horror is a genre that has changed quite a bit since that original entry and I'm happy to say that at least part of this game is an homage to that bygone era.

Gameplay: The gameplay is quite solid. The cover system works well and being able to move around while shooting is a welcome change. While it may not satisfy the purists, it's a step up from Resident Evil 4.5/5. The controls are quite responsive and I had almost no trouble at all (I caught some trouble sometimes :).)

Story: There are three separate campaigns, each with a very different feel. My favorite by and far was the Leon portion, which gives that sense of impending dread that the originals in the series gave. Chris and Wesker's son both also had interesting campaigns, and it was really cool when the campaigns intersected in the story. This is also a pretty long game, so you really get some serious playtime out of it.

The Health system has greatly changed. Instead of using your entire herbs at once, you can use them as pills adding them to your case just by pressing R2. They do let you hold more weapons than Resident Evil 5, an improvement.

Graphics: Everything in the game looks great. The action looks good, the new bad guys are pleasingly disgusting and the boss fights look top notch and Interesting how The MT Framework processes the Graphics too.

Overall - a very engaging entry in the series. Well worth picking up if you're a fan. I haven't tried Mercenaries yet but hopefully it'll be fun.

Two Wishes:

First: The Anthology version that the Playstation recieved. Poor Xbox 360, Every Resident Evil game should've been on that console too!
Second: It would have been nice if Sheva Alomar made a small Appearance in the game (Or later in DLC).

Playstation 3: One Bluray Game Disc, 1,2,3,4 and 5 Games DLC.
Xbox 360: R6 Two Seperate DVD Game Discs, Resident Evil CODE Veronica X HD, Resident Evil 4 HD , Resident Evil 5 Gold, and Resident Evil Degeneration.
38 of 42 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars RE5 Gold included Oct. 3 2012
By J. Ho - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3| Edition:Standard|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Just to clarify again since Amazon product feature isn't update yet... "RE5 Gold" is included in this edition.

You get the PSN codes to download to download all the previous RE games... Code Veronica X NOT included (which you can still get from PSN for $20).

There are no instruction booklet at all, so that's a bit disappointing.

Notice that after the prelude opening, you can freely choose which characters you want to start with (Christ, Leon, Jake). But if you focus on one of them from start to finish, some of the story may not make sense to you later on... after doing a bit of research, here is the suggested path:

After Prelude:

Chris #1
Chris #2
Jake #1
Jake #2
Leon #1
Leon #2
Leon #3
Jake #3
Chris #3
Jake #4
Leon #4
Chris #4
Jake #5
Chris #5
Leon #5

I liked that they allow player to choose to play with which ever character they want, but I think they should at least give players a 'suggested' path to understand the story better.
14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Strays from the Resident Evil feel but... Oct. 3 2012
By Michael - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3|Edition:Standard
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Now I am going to say this right off the bat. I have not completed the game yet. However, I have had a good amount of time with the three initial campaigns. From the amount of time I have played, this is my honest review. I might get some flak from this.

Story: The story is put together in an interesting, yet confusing way. There are three initial campaigns to play through: Jake, Leon, and Chris. The fourth campaign is Ada and it is unlocked after you have completed the first three. The first part of the story goes in this order: Jake, Leon, and Chris. After a certain point, it gets a little confusing. The reason being is that if you progress too far through one campaign, some thing may pop up where you had to have played one of the other campaigns first to understand. Hope that did not sound too confusing. The newly emerged C-Virus has emerged and the protagonists travel across the globe to contain it and find out who let it loose.

Gameplay: This is where I will get the flak. I will not lie. This is not the Survival-Horror game hardcore fans have known and played in the early years. This is more action packed and more modern. More like a game of the third person shooter genre, if you will (Future Soldier, Uncharted without the adventure aspects, etc). However, even though this game strays from it's name, the game is still very fun and enjoyable. With shooting, you can now move more freely while aim. Whereas in Resident Evil 4 and 5, you could not move while aiming. You can also customize the type of aiming laser you like and the color of the laser. They also added action abilities. These include quick shot, counters, dives and rolls, and the ability to shoot while laying on the ground. They added a melee button too. They also added skill points. These are used to purchase skills and level them up. Unlike past Resident Evil games, you cannot upgrade your weapons through a store/menu. They changed the inventory system too. They have brought back the Mercenaries game mode but have added the Agent Hunt mode, which I have not played yet. If you neglect the fact that it is named as a Resident Evil game, you could possibly enjoy it.

Specific to this edition: Resident Evil 6 Anthology comes with Resident Evil 1-6, hence it being called Anthology. This edition costs 90 dollars, about 30 dollars more than the standard edition which is 60 dollars. I believe this is a very good deal. Even though a physical disc(s) would be ideal, I am perfectly fine with these digital downloads. These are the premium editions of the games too (Of the games that had one). As of now from where I looked, Resident Evil 5 Gold Edition is 20 dollars. From the Playstation Store, Resident Evil 4 HD is 20 dollars, Resident Evil Director's Cut is 10 dollars, Resident Evil 2 and 3 are 7 dollars each. If you add this up along with Resident Evil 6, the total cost is 124 dollars. You are saving 34 dollars when you buy this. Even though this does not come with Code Veronica, you are already getting a lot for you money. Six games for 90 dollars.

Final Thoughts (as of now): Even though Resident Evil 6 strays from the rest of the Resident Evil franchise, it still maintains some of the Resident Evil features and it is a great and fun game nevertheless. The four campaigns add longevity to the game (all playable in co-op except for Ada, I believe) and each adds its own different feel. The game feels much smoother and the controls are not very confusing. Longtime, hardcore Resident Evil fans may not like the change but I gladly accept it. Most of these bad reviews are coming from longtime resident evil fans. I perceive these reviews as biased but I can see where they are coming from. If you like an action packed shooter that has some of the Resident Evil feel to it, get it.
35 of 46 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars downloads required Nov. 1 2012
By DJ - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3| Edition:Standard|Verified Purchase
Fun: 1.0 out of 5 stars   
It would be nice if the product description stated that not all the games listed are included as disks (which is the only reason I purchased this). All versions other than RE 6 must be downloaded. This is not an all-inclusive anthology, but rather RE 6 with download codes...way false advertising!!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Resident Evil gone wild... Nov. 3 2012
By Tracey E. Mills - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3|Edition:Standard
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
I have been with the Resident Evil series since the beginning. I remember going over my buddy's house, him saying, "Man...you gotta try this game!" and he sat me in front of the TV with the controller, dimmed the lights, and I swear I totally freaked when I ran into my first Zombie...you fans remember don't you? A man hunched over a body on the floor, then you approach and he slowly turns and you realize...ZOMBIE!!!! There had never been anything like it before, at least not to me. The clues you had to find, the puzzles, a big spooky mansion filled with zombies. It was the best!

Fast forward sixteen years and quite a few additions to the series. Now we have 6.

RE6 is fun to play, I guess, but I find myself getting a headache from being tense all the time. It's almost non-stop action...which gets exhausting after a couple of hours. There is almost no breaks where you have to do some exploring and puzzle solving. Don't get me wrong...there are a few lame puzzles you have to solve that don't take any kind of thought at all and they are very short. Disappointing to say the least. I like that we get to see the familiar faces of games past...but I'm tired of the non-stop trucks blowing up, planes and buildings and whatever else falling on you and you having to do a couple of button presses to dive out of the way or else get crushed. (Reminds me so much of those books I had when I was a kid where it would tell you to turn to page XX if you choose to open the door or turn to page XX if you want to ignore the door and move on. So you choose to open the door and BOOM! you die.) There is a lot of that in this game...rather than just beating the crap out of a boss or zombie it gives you a timer and the x button on the screen and you have to push the x button at the right time in order to push the zombie off of you. Too much of that...so it feels kind of like the game is playing the game for you. I don't like it. I just want to explore and beat some zombies up by doing a cool move I learned or something. But instead while I'm beating up a group of zombies the R1 and X button show up so I push them and my character automatically takes the axe sticking out of the zombie (that was there already...assuming from some guy he tried to eat) and chops his head off automatically.

I don't know...I just really miss the old action of previous games and the puzzle solving and exploring...It's like the whole game is explosive. And I mean it...I really do have a headache from all the sudden "Oh SH*T...HURRY HURRY HURRY!!!!"s in the game. One right after the other.

If you like action a lot...go for it. It's worth a play to get the story. It's fun to play with people on line. Not a bad game, but not my Resident Evil of old.

EDIT (weeks later):
I just want to add that I've been playing the game for weeks now and I do appreciate it for what it is, even if it isn't like my Resident Evils of old...I have been enjoying the online features very much. It is fun to play it with other people out there in the world. This is new to me...as I had not yet ventured into the online multi-player experience. However, just judging from this RE6 game, it was easy to use it online and when I was new to the game, I had multiple Veteran RE6 players help me out on my quest first time through the campaigns and now that I am a veteran, I am doing the same for others. When you are low on ammo and haven't got all the guns, it's nice to have a vet join you who can blow all the zombies away that are overpowering you when you are low on ammo and are still getting used to the controls. So I thought it only fair to change it from three stars to four.
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