Okay, so I have a confession to make. I am a huge gamer that plays one game way too much.
I’m a huge Resident Evil fan (or, known in other places as Biohazard). I’ve been a fan since I began playing games back in the early 2000’s. My first Resident Evil game was, in fact, Resident Evil for the Playstation. Though, as a young child, I never actually beat the game. I always used to watch my father (the one who got me hooked on Resident Evil) play the game.
As I grew older, I began to play Resident Evil 2 on the Nintendo 64 console. My favorite character to play was Claire Redfield, a young girl who arrived in Raccoon City in search for her brother Chris Redfield, that had gone missing. There, she meets and partners up with Leon Scott Kennedy, a rookie in the Raccoon City Police Department. I have beat this game in the past.
Throughout my life, I also gave Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, Resident Evil: Survivor, and Resident Evil Zero a try. Though, I never beat any of those either. (I totally would if the games would keep out of reach of careless handlers).
Then, the fantastic game, Resident Evil 4 came along. I’ve had the game for several years, but I just here recently been playing it numerous times as well as beating it. Let’s just say, I’ve played this game so many times, I have the cut scenes memorized, the locations of the majority of the items memorized, as well as the possession of the Infinite Rocket Launcher and Chicago Typewriter – two powerful weapons that NEVER run out of ammunition. Which is every gamers favorite weapons. Well, the gamers that enjoy doing walkthroughs for other players. Trust me, having the Chicago Typewriter and the Infinite Launcher allows the users to fly through the game while showing others how to play during different scenarios.
Well, as for me, I don’t have the equipment to create walkthroughs, but I have a habit of beating this game multiple times and turning around and playing it all over again.
I believe it’s time for – Resident Evil 5!!!