I previously talked about Resident Evil 6 and how the game represented great value for less than £3 on XBox 360. Well, it seems that the XBox One version of the game can now be had for a pretty great price too.
In their technical analysis, Eurogamer’s Digital Foundry argued that the remastered version of Resident Evil 6 offered a better user experience and stated that “the move to 1080p60 doesn’t rectify the some of the poor design choices in Resident Evil 6, but it does make a massive improvement to the core gameplay mechanics; an area where the game always felt solid. The wonky frame-rates of the PS3 and 360 versions are banished with a fluid 60fps presentation, providing more responsive shooting and a vastly smoother experience. It’s a real game-changer that allows us to enjoy aspects of the title that previously didn’t feel all that great due to constant performance issues. And this is something that the current-gen remasters and PC version brings to the table“.
Based on my limited play-through of the game, I personally thought that Resident Evil 6 was great (on XBox 360) – as it offered more of what I’d already come to appreciate with the franchise’s third-person action adventure approach, as opposed to the forced camera angles template that Capcom had fashioned during the franchise’s earlier days when the series appeared on more technically challenged platforms.
- Resident Evil 6 on XBox One – £16.19 with Code
- Code: VIDEO
*** Please note: this is the NTSC version of the game which is compatible with PAL systems. Any future DLC may require a US xbox Live account.