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Resident Evil 6 Archives - Xbox 360 Standard Edition

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Xbox 360
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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • ESRB Rating: Mature Mature
  • Media: Video Game
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Celebrate the upcoming release of Resident Evil 6 with the best of the Resident Evil franchise. Included in this Xbox 360 exclusive package is the latest installation of the blockbuster series, Resident Evil 6, the feature film Resident Evil Degeneration, and downloadable copies of Resident Evil 4 HD, Resident Evil CODE Veronica X HD and Resident Evil 5 (with bonus Gold Edition content) redeemable on Xbox LIVE.

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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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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Better than the average reviews Oct. 30 2012
By wkdfrog
Platform for Display:Xbox 360|Edition:Standard
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Like many I started playing resident evil in its original format from Resident evil 2 onwards. Whilst the horror elements of the original games were at the time fantastic, the game mechanics were infuriating and I feel many reviewers of the latest incarnation of the series have forgotten that.
Resident Evil 6 has its faults, but they are far outweighed by its positives. The game delivers three intertwined awesomely fun, diverse, immersive gaming experiences that DO include a true sense of survival horror (play Leon's campaign on hard or pro and tell me you don't feel like death is around every corner as the ammo drops low), but also allows a great over shoulder action game to play out. It is not as smooth as something like the Gears franchise for gaming mechanics, but it isn't a death match style game. I played the entire game with a friend online and we had a blast and certainly got our money's worth clocking in over 40 hours game time in our first run through!
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars It's different, but fun. Nov. 23 2012
By Bri - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display:Xbox 360| Edition:Standard|Verified Purchase
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
I started playing RE when it first came out, so I have the same problem that a lot of people do when addressing the issue of the more recent games not being the "traditional" RE.

After RE4 came out, branching out in it's own direction, I didn't really follow when the new games were released. I would see them in the store and just decide to play them. The thing that caught my eye on RE6 Archives was that it included Code Veronica, which was my favorite. After downloading it, I tried to play it, but was extremely disappointed with the HD. I mean, I wasn't expecting it to be great, but after playing Silent Hill 2 and 3 in HD, I was really expecting more.

The game is broken into 3 campaigns, you can play them in order, or not, it won't be too hard to understand the story line. There's new characters, and they're really not that bad. The creators were able to develop the characters just enough so that by the time their campaign was done you aren't thinking, "Oh thank god, that's over with." That's a plus.

Each campaign has a different style to it. When you play Chris', you feel more in a FPS that the game turned to in RE4/5. Leon's really does well as it has a more horror/survival aspect to it, as if the game is starting to go back to how it was originally. The third, Jake's campaign is a lot of action, and you use more melee, similar in some ways to Chris'. Your partners do help, you're not going to be running into a situation like Ashley in RE4.

If you can accept that this is a different game than what the franchise originally started out as, then it's a super fun.

Also, if you're playing single player, and you aren't interested in playing with anyone else, be sure to turn the setting to allow agent hunt and live off. This also allows you to pause.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars as a long term RE fans, i loved it March 1 2013
By Terry - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display:Xbox 360|Edition:Standard
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
i have played RE since 1 and i appreciate the efforts capcom made to improve the game. the game comes with 5 different stories and each had different gaming experiences. I personally loved the leon and ada mode the most. i recently played RE: veronica and i felt capcom did right to move things forward. re1, 2,3, veronica just play like the same. i think thats enough already. Now capcom did not just make a game based on same system but everytime it bring gamers something new
28 of 40 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Remove the nostalgia glasses before playing. Oct. 6 2012
By The Werewolf Mage - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display:Xbox 360|Edition:Standard
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Let me start by saying this: I've been with the series since the first game. Granted back then my brother and cousins used to scare me with it, I still played it straight on up until 6 now.

It's getting a lot of bad press, which is saddening. The series is not dying and the game itself is not bad. Sure, I wouldn't give it a 5/5 or a 10/10 but that's because it's not perfect to me either. I hate some of the storylines, especially one character and one ending. I hate how the split screen in Mercs is smaller than full screen (there's a huge gap space between the split screens and the sides). I don't like the new use of herbs. I loathe the L + R button combinations you have to make.

But I would recommend anyone who loves the series to give it a go. Don't listen to the professional reviewers at game magazines and websites. Form your own opinion.

Sure, the game isn't scary. There's a few jump moments when you first play through, but nothing that will give you nightmares. A lot of people complain the game is too actiony. I don't think so. There's suspense (not to be mixed with scares) and puzzles too. It has the feel of the old games with the mix of the new. Don't expect Resident Evil, or even RE2 and RE3. The games have been more action based since 4. It's nothing new for the series.

The menus take a lot of getting used to. And some weapons may be limited to some characters, but that isn't much of annoyance. Especially since melee is its own button, and yet not easy to abuse as you also have to focus on your stamina.

The costumes are a little cheesy, but when aren't they? The storyline is a little crazy, but when hasn't it been? All in all, I'd give it a solid 4/5 or 8/10. And again I urge you to play it, especially if you wanted to play it but have been turned off by the reviewers.
12 of 17 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Worst RE game yet Nov. 28 2012
By Jameel Aboulhosn - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display:Xbox 360| Edition:Standard|Verified Purchase
RE6 is the worst RE game yet, excluding Operation RC because that was not Capcom. The 1 star is mostly for RE6, but also packaging/presentation.

RE4 and CVX and RE5 Gold are all DLC from XBL. For 90 dollars you'd have been better off with actual discs. Degeneration is a disc, but it comes in the RE6 case.

I already own RE4 HD and RE5 Gold, so the only things I got out of it were CVX and Degen. Still though, 90 dollars for 2 decent games, 2 s***ty games, and 1 good movie is a decent deal.

Packaging is nothing special, it has a lame cardboard sleeve and everything (3 discs) is in one case, with paper inserts for DLC codes. America got screwed as usual on the retail editions, not featuring anything extra worth the pricetag, while Europe got special features - you'll find nothing extra here, maybe a map for mercenaries.

If you don't already own CVX HD, RE4 HD, RE 5 Gold, and Degeneration, you're pretty much getting them at $7.50 a piece - you won't beat those prices at GameStop - maybe pre-owned online - especially for CVXHD and RE4HD which can only be purchased online, after you take away the $60 for RE6. It was a fun game, yea, at times. The game mechanics are terrible, the enemies are honestly too easy after you get used to the game, the plot is non-existent, the characters again show no development whatsoever from their multiple previous appearances, and the story is never explained at any point in time. As if that was bad enough, the story continues - once again - as it has in other recent entries, as if none of the previous lore of the franchise ever happened.

The only good campaign is Ada Wong's, and you'll be robbed of that if you buy it now (after the first month or so following release), because there's an update that lets you jump straight to her campaign, and it gives her a partner. I think you don't have to use the partner but regardless, the entire allure of her campaign is that you had to beat a bad game in order to play and be rewarded by the good game.

It does have some decent parts - the AI is significantly less terrible than RE5, and pretty much can't die. And as always, mercenaries is the best part. If you already own the games and don't have enough faith in Capcom to give them another chance - this is the last one for me - I would seriously wait until this is in the bargain bin for about 10 dollars. It may never happen due to inflated, undeserved market value from GameStop and "media journalists" and the self-esteem lacking fan-boys who perpetuate this franchise's lifeline, but it seems to me that a lot of too-popular-to-fail games have bit the dust lately, such as Ninja Gaiden 3 - terrible game, so it may indeed be possible.

I mean seriously, I see other customer reviews on here where people are giving it 4 stars or 9/10 and people are "finding the review helpful." Please for the love of god, do some research before you buy. Look up BrokenGamezHD videos on YouTube, regarding RE6 - he is dead on. Read alternate websites. The game is like a less terrible version of Raccoon City and that game is abysmally, irredeemably broken. Slant Six doesn't even know how to fix it it's so broken, and they've admitted it. If you're honest and you like RE and you've played all the games, yes, you have to admit maybe the story was "KIND OF" ridiculous from the start. It actually wasn't, at all - as sci-fi stories go, it was good, but you had to give it some leeway after 239 different strains of virus and one infected lab after another - especially Resident Evil 3 onward, where they ruined the story and franchise permanently.

The story makes no sense. They do not ever explain what happened - how anything happened - why anything happened. If the explanation is not directly in a cutscene, there isn't one. They utterly ignore all previously established canon and even BLATANTLY put in incorrect quotes in the game - for example, Chris says he met up with his sister on Rockfort island. No he did not. That NEVER happened. Not in the novel, not in CV, not in CVX, not in CVXHD, not in Darkside Chronicles. Not in any iteration of the story. They reunited in Antarctica, not Rockfort. Play the game. Chris does not see her ever until Antarctica. And there are plenty of other unacceptable storyline problems - the people who made this game have never even played Resident Evil, that's offensively obvious within 5 minutes. By the way, remember how Leon worked for the president in RE4? Which took place in 2004? Or 5? Yea, well, he still works for the same president - and the game takes place in 2013 (part of it in 2012) I don't know what America Capcom has been to but last time I checked, the max a president can be elected to, since FDR was elected to 4 terms, was 2 terms - they could serve 10 years if they became president due to succession over a dead or resigned/impeached one. So for that to make any sense, RE4 would have had to take place in oh, January, which I'm pretty sure it didn't because last time I checked, it does snow in Spain. Meaning he couldn't still be the president because Leon's campaign takes place at the end of the RE6 timeframe, in 2013. So he's been president for over 8 years.
"What if it was a different president before?" you say, feeling that I'm thinking way too hard about it. No, it's alluded to pretty thoroughly, because Adam and Leon are very good friends, that they've been friends for that entire time period he's worked for "the president", because he worked for the president.

In addition to that, in the Leon campaign, for example - they try shamelessly to cram down your throat the fact that they tried really hard to make it seem like Resident Evil 2 - Leon REPEATEDLY says out loud "ITS JUST LIKE RACCOON CITY!!" and so do others. We get it Capcom, you want us to think it's like Resident Evil 2, except the city full of infected people and creepy s*** - that's one chapter and part of another, out of the entire game - even combined with an infected city in two other campaigns. Here's the problem. It's nothing at all like Raccoon City, or Resident Evil 1 and 2 and 3 and CVX and Outbreak and even Zero - not in the slightest bit. There is not a single creepy moment - not a single scary moment. In fact, hardly even a thrilling moment outside of a limited few parts scattered throughout the four campaigns. I honestly am convinced that when they say "it's just like Raccoon City" "it's like Raccoon all over again", what they actually mean is "It's just like that god awful game Operation Raccoon City" because it is. It plays and feels just like Raccoon City, 99.99 percent - the only part that doesn't is the fact that people actually die when you headshot them (most times) in RE6, unlike raccoon city where you literally could shoot a human enemy - not a zombie or B.O/W - in the head 7 times with a .50 caliber anti-material rifle , and they would still be alive.

More you say? The game looks like crap on both 360 and PS3. The graphics are noticeably worse than Resident Evil 5, a game that came out years earlier. There is no way to upgrade your guns - you can use perks but that's it. There are no gun shops, no merchants. There aren't really even any minigames. All of the enemies are inevitable derivatives of previous enemies, and that's not really anything new, except not a single one of them brings a new challenge to the game, except for the resident evil revelations enemies. Half of them are just zombies, each with different weapons.

Oh and did I mention army/swat zombies with assault rifles? In addition to the plagas with guns? Yea. There's also another wonderfully awful part of the game, that prevents you from enjoying the multiplayer. If you try to join a game session, and the other player doesn't accept, it doesn't take you back to the game session list where you try to join from. It kicks you out of mutliplayer entirely, then you have to open it again and wait another maybe 20 or 30 seconds for it to find games. So to even play one game session with people not on your friends list, it will take you 5 or 10 minutes just to find a partner.

Let's not forget that the entire game is a quicktime event. Unlike previous games where the QTEs were just a stupid way to put in filler cutscenes - everything in the game is QTE. There are jokes and memes that in the new ultra hard mode, you'll have to do a QTE every time you want to use your gun. It's funny, but it's not a stretch. If a zombie grabs you, quicktime event - with the added fun that now the zombie also has a progress bar in addition to your progress bar, and you have to fill yours before the enemy does or they kill/maim you. What's the best part of that? The HARD enemies are easier to break free from than the zombies. There are also extended quick time button mashers where you have to do it for literally minutes at a time. You know what, I'm a hardcore/whatever term you want to use gamer. I've played video games for over 20 years. I'm good at games. I'm also getting old and maybe my hands don't work anymore but I can't do control stick rotating for 5 minutes straight without my thumbs breaking down. It's absurd. But wait, there's more. Certain sections of the game, one in specific, are based entirely on QTE, except you still have to control the character at the same time, and you're on a time limit, but that time limit isn't shown. If you're reading this and have beaten the game long ago, you know what part of Chris's campaign I'm talking about. Add to that the bad camera, and it's the most frustrating part of the entire game and you'll hate yourself for ever playing it. And it's ridiculous, because the camera in the game is actually halfway decent in most situations.

If you're an employed adult - which I imagine you are if you are shelling out the money for overpriced games these days - I would seriously not buy this game unless it's the archives/anthology version, it's a waste of money. The only thing that makes the purchase worth it, for either PS3 or 360, is that you get multiple games for your money, so it's a deal. Unless you already own all the games, which you probably do - I have them all, i just didnt have CVXHD on xbox because I didn't want to pay for the online price.

You'll honestly have more fun watching Degeneration over and over again than ever putting this horrid game disc in your system. There is nothing exciting, fresh, challenging, different, or new about this game - unless you consider mashing together RE4, RE5, OP Raccoon City, Gears of War, and [any other 3rd person shooter] to be new. Everything is derivative, unapologetic, boring, frustrating, unrewarding, shallow, and just miserable. I knew this would be the case going in to the game - most people who aren't morons did, but then again the people who like this game aren't sane or actual game/Resident Evil fans.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars It is still Resident Evil April 9 2013
By mae_west - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display:Xbox 360|Edition:Standard
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I have no idea why anyone is complaining about this game...it is a lot of fun and has great replay-ability. And with the access to RE.net you can do special event challenges and earn points to buy costumes in the multi-player games. The DLC was just on sale on xbox, which makes this an awesome deal for anyone.

Each chapter takes roughly an hour for each of the 3 main storylines, so that is 15 hours game play right there, plus the Ada story. Most of the achievements are campaign based, so it does not take forever to get the 50/50 and won't use up your life like GOW3...

It is fun to play as Leon, Chris, and Sherry but the partner characters are good too. Try doing quick shot with Helena's Hydra shotgun...it is pretty cool. And each of the partner characters has achievements related to using just them, so fun.

Mercenaries is still great. My favorite will always be the mercenaries in RE3, and I have played them all, but you also collect medals for special moves etc so just playing it gives you a bonus.

This is a good game for the price and it is still Resident Evil. I do not know what the negative reviews were all about or what other people expect. It is still about evil people creating more evil in the form of a biohazard...what more is there?
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