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Forums > Submission Feedback > meeptroid's Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition review

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Author: Lewis
Posted: September 22, 2008 (06:31 AM)
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As requested, then:

It's very 'describey'. There's more talk of what there is to do and how it's done than actual discussion of the game's quality, which always bores me a little, but maybe that's just me. It's good that you didn't fall into a checklist pattern of 'gameplay, graphics, sound, value', though.

Elsewhere, it comes across overly wordy, though you have a nice writing style. Careful not to show it off too much: this does read with a little of the pompousness of certain EDGE articles, which is a major turn-off for me.

I did come away from the review feeling like I'd been told "It's ace. This is what you do in the game. 9/10." Not a whole lot of analysis, but your emphasis comes across with how enthusiastically you discuss the features.

It's okay.


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