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Resident Evil 4
A mere few days into the first month of 2005, we got our chance to play through Resident Evil 4 for the GameCube, which completely and utterly blew us away even in spite of our high hopes for how the long-awaited game would turn out. Resident Evil 4 is a masterpiece, representing the pinnacle of quality that video games have ever achieved in virtually every respect. It's a challenging, complex, visually stunning game that keeps you surprised, terrified, and thrilled for hour after memorable hour and then offers plenty of good reasons for you to keep coming back for more. The fact that for the entire remainder of the year scarcely any other 2005 action game even approached its standards just goes to show how far ahead of its time this game really is. And beyond how much outstanding fun this game has to offer, it was also just a breath of fresh air--a reminder that long-running video game series can and should take some risks in order to stay on top and that sequels to games can sometimes greatly surpass their predecessors' standards rather than merely try to live up to them.
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I used Flashget.
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