It was the final chapter of Resident Evils saga, and the series had been looking to end its long-running saga in a good way.
Resident Evil: BioShock Infinite was supposed to take place in 2020, and Resident Evil 5 was supposed do the same in 2025.
Now, the last Resident Evil game will be a bittersweet one, and it will be the final one to take advantage of a new generation of consoles, as the PS4 and Xbox One are about to hit their 20th anniversaries.
Resident Agent is also coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC, but there’s no word on how it will fit into the series.
But how will Resident Evil go from the last game to the most iconic game of all time?
In the meantime, IGN has compiled a list of the best games that will go down as the best Resident Evil games.
If you haven’t played the series, here are some great ways to get your groove back on, or if you’re just looking for a good time, here’s a list for when you need a little chill.
But what does Resident Evil have to do with BioShock?
As a series, Resident Evil is best remembered for its first two games, Resident Action and Resident Extreme, and a third game, Resident Agent.
Those games have a lot in common, so we’re going to look at them from both sides of the fence.
The games’ primary purpose was to set up the first wave of games that would follow, and they set the tone for a series that would take over three decades to get back to.
However, the series was also heavily influenced by the Silent Hill series, which was also based in New York City and featured a lot of action-oriented gameplay.
Resident Action featured a number of action sequences that included a helicopter chase, but the majority of the game focused on more standard Resident Evil gameplay, as you explore a haunted house with a series of deadly enemies.
In Resident Evil 3, you control an unknown man, played by John Raccoon.
He’s a psychopath with an appetite for blood and the ability to manipulate others.
You take control of a character called the Agent and have to find a way to survive, while trying to avoid his bloodthirsty actions.
The story is told through a video game called Resident Action, and while it’s not the best game in the series by any stretch of the imagination, it’s still very good.
The first Resident Evil has the same story as the first Resident Action game.
You start off as a kid, with no powers or weapons, but then you become an adult, and your skills and abilities grow.
You eventually discover that you can turn your body into an object, allowing you to run at high speeds.
You’re given the ability of the Mask of Fear, which gives you access to a variety of special abilities, including a ability to turn invisible.
The mask can be thrown and it also has a variety other powers.
In the third game you control the character known as The Resident, played and voiced by Michael Biehn.
He uses a knife and is the leader of a group of criminals who are on a rampage.
The game starts off very much like Resident Action.
You can kill the monsters, take out the bad guys, but your goal is to make a break for the safety of your home, but you need to do it quickly.
The ending of Resident Action is the most famous ending in the entire series.
This is when you are shown the truth of the matter and you get the option to turn the mask into an actual mask.
You play as The Agent.
He has a great deal of abilities and has a wide variety of attacks, including the Knife of Death.
He also has an ability called The Red Eye that makes him more powerful.
The Red Eyes can be used to blind and slow down the enemies.
In Resident Evil 4, the game starts out very much the same, but with more of an action-adventure game feel.
You play as Jill Valentine, a former child who goes on the run from a cult.
The plot is told in the form of a short video game titled Resident Evil Revelations, and you start off in the middle of a forest.
You’ll meet some new friends, and later you’ll have to fight the villain known as the Resident.
The series is set in a world that has been overrun by a supernatural creature called the Shadow, who are obsessed with destroying humans.
They use a variety out of the standard horror tropes of the series such as the monster attacking you and killing you.
The player starts the game with Jill, a kid who is the only one who can stop the Shadow from destroying humans and the world.
The game starts with a quick, but pretty short introduction to Jill, and this is where it gets a little interesting.
The entire game is narrated through a short film that is shot with an old film camera, and Jill is