Joystiq has a review up for the latest entry in Capcom’s survival horror franchise, Resident Evil 6. Here’s a portion of their review:
“It’s no longer clear what makes Resident Evil tick, so Capcom is dissecting it. Resident Evil 6 is a steel tray of plump, disconnected organs, each representing a crucial element of the monstrous franchise. There’s educational worth in this exercise, but the gross sight of it in progress can be hard to stomach.
The three primary campaigns in Resident Evil 6 are the excised parts, and only by sampling them all will you begin to see the full picture. Stoic series stalwart Leon S. Kennedy (the “S” stands for “Salon,” by the way) leads with Helena Harper, who clues him in on a new contagion giving rise to the dead worldwide. The two really are the worst match if you’re looking for rapid plot development – she’s basically a viral marketer, and he’s bizarrely skeptical for a guy who is statistically likely to be in the room whenever someone sprouts tentacles and extra teeth.”