For the past two days, I’ve been playing Resident Evil 2. The game is actually the best version of the game. I don’t mind the story lines and I don’t mind the gameplay. It is the plot that gets to me. I find that the music choices are the best part of the game. It’s not just the soundtracks, but rather the way the music is blended.
The music is the heart of the game, and the developers have been masterfully blending the theme songs into the game’s soundtrack. Ive been listening to the entire game for two days straight, and Ive still not discovered a single new song. This is the best version of the game Ive played, and I expect the best of the franchise to continue to grow in the foreseeable future.
I am not sure if the music really does anything for the game, but in a case where I need to spend a couple hours on my computer, I definitely would go listen to the game’s soundtrack.
I should have said the music in my head, not the music in the game, but the point is, I am now so invested in this game that I can no longer ignore the songs that I know will be playing in my head. I can see myself playing this game for at least five more years.
One thing that really surprised me with Resident Evil 2 was the way it actually allowed me to play the game in a non-linear order. I got the Resident Evil 2 box and the Resident Evil 2 game, but I also received a CD of the soundtrack, the music in the game, and a poster of the game on my wall. I then spent hours using the D-pad and the Q-pad to turn that CD into a playable music track.
It’s not just a simple case of I’m on my iPod and I want to play a game. The music actually allows you to play the game in a non-linear order, and the CD lets you listen to the game with the music playing in the background. It’s also important to note that Resident Evil 2 is not the first game to let you play it in a non-linear order.
The game doesn’t actually let you skip between levels. You have to go from point A to B before you can continue and that’s not necessarily a good thing. To compensate, the game also lets you go from point A to point B in an order that matches the soundtrack.
Most of the game in a single non-linear order is actually very good, but that doesnt mean the game isnt fun to play all the way through. It was made by the zombie apocalypse genre and has a good story and strong gameplay. The game also lets you skip between levels. You can play it in a non-linear order.
After playing the game for about 10 hours, I’m getting that itch for more of the game. The story is good, the gameplay is fun, and the cover system is pretty cool. It’s a good time sink and you can skip parts of the story to see more of it.
Resident Evil 2 is one of those games that made me play it over and over again in my spare time. Its a survival horror game, in the vein of games like AVP, and is definitely one of those games that has everything you want in it. And it also has a great story. If you’ve not played it, its worth a look.