Biohazard Operation Raccoon City Review

Biohazard Operation Raccoon City is a third-person shooter game that tries to offer exciting team missions on the classic city streets of Capcom series, but fails miserably in the controls. The gameplay totally ignores all the advances made since “Resident Evil 4″ and presents a rough and unfinished version of mechanics as generic as possible in games of third-person shooter.

In early 2011, Capcom revealed the production of third person shooter Bioharzard Operation Raccoon City with the unusual premise of putting the player as a Umbrella Corporation soldier responsible for the monsters and zombies of the first Biohazard titles – ie, the villain of the story.

 

Biohazard Operation Raccoon City

Variety of game modes
Biohazard Operation Raccoon City takes seriously the multiplayer aspect and do good in the online game modes. You can play the campaign along with three friends on the internet (no split screen) or even start the game alone and leave open the possibility of other people entering the adventure during the journey.

Classic moments
Even today the events of Raccoon City are remembered by fans as some of the coolest of the series. Since the partnership between newcomers Leon and Claire to the relentless pursuit of Nemesis to Jill Valentine or even the obscure participation of soldier Hunk in the events, there are many striking episodes that make up the scripts for “Biohazard 2″ and “Bioharzard 3″.

Bad Controls
The gameplay is the Achilles heel of “Raccoon City”. Here, the incompetence of the game put in risk all other elements, completely ruining the game.

Graphics Outdated
BioHazard Raccoon City is not an ugly game, but is born out of date. One more thing: “Resident Evil 5″ released in 2009, seems more beautiful than this game here. The scenarios, in general, capture the style of the former city haunted by monsters, but characters fail in very simplistic textures and animations, which ends up taking much of the game brightness.

Positive Points
Variety of game modes
Classic moments

Negative Points
Bad Controls
Graphics outdated
Problems in sound

written by: Aragon