There are plenty of "love it or hate it" games, and Resident Evil: Operation City is a good example of such. Okay, it's more of an "accept it or forget it" game, but that's neither here nor there. The point is, it's getting a patch that should greatly improve several gameplay elements.
Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City is getting what I assume will be its final piece of story-based DLC today. "The Echo Six Expansion Pack 2" features the last three missions for the "good guy" Special Ops team. This should put a bow on the Raccoon City adventure as players assist Claire Redfield, battle gruesome B.O.W.s, and attempt to escape the deadly T-Virus outbreak. It's priced at 800 MSP or $10.
We all know that Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City didn't seem to keep our hopes up for Capcom's future product line. Regardless of poor reviews and overall bad reception, Capcom has stated that the game has sold close to 2 million copies globally.
Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City was not a good game. I covered the clumsy controls, poor story, and wasted setting in our Co-Op Review. Despite its faults I find myself drawn to the title. Maybe I hope that it will somehow get better, even though I've already experienced the game in its entirety. New Spec Ops DLC launched yesterday, and I don't know if I can convince myself to take the plunge.
Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City is getting a dose of DLC today. Players will be able to take control of the good guys in a new prologue mission. Play as the Echo Six Spec Ops team and do battle with the Umbrella Security Service, Nemesis, and a zombie filled Raccoon City.
The Resident Evil franchise branches out into the military shooter genre today. Resident Evil Operation Raccoon City is a squad-based third-person shooter which focuses on the events of Resident Evil 2 and 3. Players will not be taking on the rolls of heroic S.T.A.R.S agents in this adventure. Instead you'll be acting on behalf of Umbrella, the misunderstood global conglomerate whose products just so happen to cause zombie apocalypses and some mild to severe monsterism.
Don't you hate it when each retailer offers a different piece of preorder DLC and you just can't get them all without skipping out on paying your rent? Sometimes you can buy the DLC later online and sometimes you can't. Well, everyone has a fair chance at Resident Evil: Operation Racoon City's preorder DLC. The game may not be out until next week, but for some reason you can buy its DLC packs right now at Xbox.com.
Good news, PC gamers! Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City is heading your way. You'll have to wait until May 18th, but better late than never, I always say.
The new Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City trailer is short and to the point. There's no story, no dialoge, and no nonsense. There is plenty of point blank shooting, head stomping, and throat slitting. The Umbrella Security Service does not mess around.
We have three new videos for Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, courtesy of GameTrailers- which presents us with a little conundrum. One of the many hardships that comes with covering video games is the amount of spoilers one can be exposed to if they're not careful. I'm really looking forward to this game, so I'm trying to present these co-op gameplay videos to you without having actually watched them.
Ah Mr. X, we meet again. How many times did you crush Leon Kennedy's skull with me at the controls? Were there dozens - maybe hundreds, of head squishings? Seriously, I can't remember. I played through Resident Evil 2 multiple times, but that was about 14 years and a million beers ago. I do remember that Mr. X knows how to make an entrance. I'm glad to see him back in action.
Just a couple of short months until release, players now get a chance to soak up some footage of Capcom’s newest title, Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, in this featured 10 minute video.
The new trailer for Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City doesn't have gameplay footage, lacks any real co-op information, and seems to showcase the player versus player elements of the game. That said, plenty of stuff gets shot, stabbed, 'sploded, and sworn at. The trailer is action packed, and really tickles my fun zone.
Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City won’t be out until March, so series fans will have to make due with a steady stream of news and media until then. Speaking of which, GameSpot UK has recently revealed a whopping 18 minutes of gameplay footage, complete with delightfully-accented commentary. If you haven’t wrapped your head around the new co-op-oriented third-person shooter take on Resident Evil – and you’ve got plenty of time to kill – the video provides a clear impression of what to expect.
About that public beta? Nevermind. That's what I get for following a lead from a site that can't mind their k's and q's. It seems that I got caught up in a game of telephone, and there will NOT be a public beta for Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City. I am truly sorry.
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