- Platform: PlayStation 3
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- Media: Video Game
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Resident Evil 5 (PS3)
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1. The AI for your NPC partner is, well, not firing on all cylinders. No matter what weapons I give her or how much ammo I give her for said weapons, she seems determined to use only the starting pistol until out of ammo and then continuously asking for more. She constantly runs into groups of enemies and gets herself hurt, causing me to have to revive her once or twice every fight.
2. The fact that you even are given an AI partner just bothers me. I realize that it is part of the plot, but part of what made RE 4 so tense was the fact that it was just you out there against an army of people infected with parasites. That made it into an awesome survival-horror game. Not to mention the fact that I never seem to run too low on ammo in RE 5.
3. What did they do to the inventory system? The attache case they had in RE 4 was great. You had to actually find the best way to fit stuff into it. In RE 5, you only get 9 slots. Your healing items don't stack, but your ammo does, which means that apparently 12 grenade launcher rounds weigh as much as and take up as much room as ONE healing herb. Not to mention the fact that when you get the ballistic vest, it takes up an inventory slot. Your vest takes up one of the POCKETS ON YOUR VEST! How does that make any sense?!
4. Finally, the game was way too short. I managed to plow through it in less than a weekend, and it left me wondering if maybe I somehow missed something. RE 4 took me forever to beat on my first play through. The plot was more action than survival. RE 4 was all about pacing and atmosphere not full on gun battles.
As an added bonus, you can play the mercenaries minigame with a second player. The gold version has more possible players to play as.
Overall, this is a great muliplayer experience, delivers a fantastic story, and has a high replay value.