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Con este completo la collecion en HD, solo tengo una duda por lo general no uso mi consola con internet la mantenfo desconectada para evitar temas de actualizacion ademas que no uso el modo en linea mucho. pero no instalaba y lo tube que conectar y recibir la actualizacion de casi 1gb e ir a la tienda. y lo instaldo desde el disco La duda aqui es: tengo que estar conectado para juegarlo? alguien sabe algo al respecto, saludos
El servicio de Amazon fue perfecto, me llegó en dos días. Los juegos son dos clásicos de la serie que todos deberían intentar, la única queja que tengo es que yo compré el disco porque, a parte de ser más barato que digital, quería tener estos dos juegos para no depender de internet y poder jugar cuando pudiera, pero para poder jugarlo debes instalar los dos juegos y no puedes instalarlos sin estar conectado al internet, por lo que tuve que esperar varias horas en poder jugar esperando a que se instale y porque ese día tuve problemas para conectarme. Dejando al lado esos detalles, todo bien con este juego, te lo recomiendo si eres fan de la serie y los no tan fan para que conozcan las raíces.
This 2-game collection is my first foray into the gaming franchise that is Resident Evil, and I have to say that the remastered version of the 2002 REmake has left a very positive impression on me. Graphics are (mostly) beautiful in spite of their age, and the game has an atmosphere of mystery and suspense, along with terror, that makes you want more after you're done. My first true survival horror game was Alien Isolation, and while I appreciate the effort that game made in terms of being terrifying, I did not enjoy being petrified with fear, and so I stayed away from Survival Horror for a while. I'm not badmouthing Alien Isolation, to assuage my fellow Alien fans, I'm simply saying that particular game isn't for me. Resident Evil REmake? Pure GOLD. Numerous difficulty levels allow a newcomer to ease their way into the game and adjust their skills over repeated playthroughs, and the way the game handles different plots and outcomes based on the choices made by the player throughout the game make it worth playing multiple times just to see how far you can go in any direction. Having never played any of the original RE games prior to this, I'm glad that this was my first one.
Resident Evil Zero is okay. I didn't enjoy it as much as REmake, but I still found certain aspects of its gameplay mechanics to be an improvement over REmake... and a step backward in a few areas as well. No item boxes means constant backtracking for every single item you need, and this is compounded by the fact that both playable characters only have six inventory spaces, and big weapons take up two spaces each, which leads back to the constant dropping of items. Item dropping itself (along with being able to use an item on its own without needing to pick it up and put it in your inventory) is a nice feature that I wish the REmake had incorporated, given that both games were made and released in the same year. Despite certain drawbacks, RE Zero is still a decent game in its own right. It doesn't quite hit the mark that REmake does, but at least it tried. And the plot, despite being a prequel to RE1, doesn't have any major holes in the story or contradictions to later games, so it can still stand on its own.
I highly recommend this collection, as it gives you two remastered games for the price of one modern day game, if not less than most newer releases.