Resident Evil 4 for PlayStation 2

I just finished playing Resident Evil 4 on PlayStation 2.
I played Resident Evil 2 on the pc some years ago, and I remember really liking it too, so when a friend from work recommended this sequel me, I got it right away, and it turned out as good as he said it was. I really enjoyed playing it.

Leon S. Kennedy, the character from Resident Evil 2, returns in this sequel, and he has become a Federal agent. When the President’s daughter is kidnapped, Leon tracks her to a remote, hidden fortress in Europe – where he’ll relive the horror he faced six years before in Raccoon city.

The graphics are great, some of the best I’ve seen on PS2 so far, the gameplay is very good and quite easy, the plot is interesting and enjoyable, the sound is pretty realistic, and has great replay value.
After finishing the game, more stuff is unlocked, letting you play with other characters as well as replay the game at a harder level with better weapons.

I had fun playing the game and it was a problem letting go each time, so I in turn recommend it to people who are into this type of video games.

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