Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 4.5/10

submit review

Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City Reviews

website score publish date article quality
IGN PS3 4/10 Mar 20 '12
Computer and Video Games 6.3/10 Mar 20 '12
Games Radar /10 Mar 20 '12
GameSpot 4.5/10 Mar 20 '12
GameSpot 4.5/10 Mar 20 '12
GameSpot 4.5/10 Mar 20 '12
GameSpot 4.5/10 Mar 20 '12
Gaming Excellence 5.0/10 Apr 25 '12
Strategy Informer 3.0/10 Dec 31 '69
»Submit a review link

Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City Previews

website publish date article rating
Computer and Video Games Mar 01 '12
Computer and Video Games Feb 12 '12
Destructoid Apr 12 '11
Games Radar Apr 12 '11
GameSpot Apr 12 '11
GameSpot Oct 31 '11
Gamespy Jun 10 '11
Gamespy Jun 10 '11
» Submit a preview link

Quoted from Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City Reviews:
Check out these quotes from Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City reviews & previews
"As producer Masachika Kawata recently told us, the development team thought it was "important to broaden our market by creating spin offs" and with OCR's extensive multiplayer options, on this evidence we'd say they've succeeded admirably."
"Operation Racoon City is an unworthy entry in a deservedly worthy franchise. It admirably tries a social spin, putting up to 12 human players in a previously solitary series, but meaty scares get sidelined for flat action. With better direction this faster pace could have paid off, but instead everything feels a bit... deflated. Perks are dull, shooting is flimsy, enemies are meaty shoot-bags, levels are unvaried and tension is minimal."
"To say the Resident Evil series has undergone a few changes over the years is a bit of an understatement. When it made its debut on the PS One in 1996, Resident Evil was more about "jump scares" ..."
" Not long ago, our sister magazine OXM revealed Operation Raccoon City as a third-person shooter that takes place in the ravaged Raccoon City seen in RE2 and RE3. But instead of controlling a hapless RCPD officer caught in the middle of a zombie apocalypse, you’re part of a team of Umbrella specialists sent in to clean up the mess their company accidentally started. That means killing not just zombies, but also anyone who’s survived, including innocent bystanders and wayward cops – specifically one Leon Kennedy, who could escape and tell the world exactly what went down in Raccoon City... ..."
"Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City takes the canon in a whole new direction with a co-op squad shooter that takes place around the events of Resident Evil 2. Is it as awesome as a Chicago Typewriter, or is it about as much fun as huffing the G-Virus out of a canister?"
Movies Books