What can I say? Hear is one of the few games that really engages me, as well as scares the crap out of me. The game includes great graphics, music of epic proportion, and freakin’ weird monsters. From the optional use of the Circle Pad Pro, to the very customizable controls, it is an overall hit.
This is the second Resident Evil installation on the 3DS, it’s predecessor being Resident Evil: The Mercenaries (We’ll talk more about that later). Playing this game using the Circle pad pro is great, the controls are smooth, and it only makes it easier for you to sucumb to the horrors this game holds. However, not everybody has a circle pad pro. If it weren’t for the games optional control layouts, this would be a serious problem. Luckily it’s not. There are three control types, A, B, and C. Each one gives you a different way to aim, move, etc. The story is great, and the graphics really tie it all together. The graphics are some of the best I’ve seen on the 3DS. The gameplay looks almost identical to the cutscenes. Over all, I recommend that if you can get this game, do so.