From worst to best, all Resident Evil games – Gaming News – BollyInside

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“Resident Evil” has firmly established itself as one of the most legendary video game series on the market after 25 years and over two dozen titles — and it doesn’t appear to be slowing down anytime soon. “Resident Evil” can’t seem to die, for better or worse, like the undead monsters and mysterious organisations that litter its games. It would take more than a well-placed headshot to bring this colossal franchise down — and who would want to try?
Umbrella Corps.
At its best, “Resident Evil” is responsible for some of the most critically-acclaimed survival horror games ever to hit the market, but they can’t all be winners. For every victory on the level of “Resident Evil 7” or the “Resident Evil 2” remake, there is an ill-timed spinoff or a great big swing that turned out to just be a miss. In order to celebrate the world of “Resident Evil” in all of its variety, it’s best to truly look at it all: the good, the bad, and the scary. Here is a ranking of every single “Resident Evil” game, from the very worst to the best of the best.
“Umbrella Corps” was an ill-fated multiplayer-based tactical shooter released in 2016 as a spin-off of the main “Resident Evil” games. Players can play as a mercenary from one of two different corporations, co-operating with their fellow mercenaries as they fight their way through various zombie-infested locales.
Resident Evil: Survivor.
Only a week after its release, the game’s lobby sat as empty as the creepy, dilapidated buildings in the better games that came before it. Bob Mackey’s USgamer review noted that he waited in the lobby for two hours without a single multiplayer session. He spotted a handful of other players, but not enough to play the game as intended. So soon after its release, the verdict was clear: If any “Resident Evil” game could be considered an outright failure, this was one.
If “Umbrella Corps” is the least favorite child of the “Resident Evil” franchise, then “Resident Evil: Survivor” is the estranged cousin that no one wants to invite to the spooky family reunion. This first-person light gun zombie shooter, released as the first entry in the “Gun Survivor” sub-series, takes place after Raccoon City has been wiped out by a missile explosion. The player takes on the role of a pilot who crashes near the Umbrella Corporation’s township on Sheena Island. The pilot then wakes up with no memory of his identity and surrounded by zombies. Sounds like a decent enough start.
Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City
In 2012, Capcom released “Operation Raccoon City,” a third-person shooter co-developed by Slant Six Games. Though set at around the same time as “Resident Evil 2” and “Resident Evil 3” and featuring some familiar faces, the events of “Operation Raccoon City” were developed to be a non-canonical “hypothetical” situation (via Six Slant Games) with no bearing on the story of the larger “Resident Evil” universe. The game received largely negative critical reviews, citing confusing twists, unlikeable characters, incompetent AI, and not enough fun action to make up for its flaws. Resident Evil Outbreak File #2.
This game was a stand-alone expansion to the original 2003 “Resident Evil Outbreak,” which had been received fairly well (more on that later). The same characters returned for “File #2”, finding themselves in the same zombie-infested Raccoon City for five new scenarios that didn’t make it into the first “Outbreak” release Resident Evil: Resistance.
Resident Evil: Resistance” is a 2020 online multiplayer game where users play as civilians facing off against mutants after being abducted by the Umbrella Intelligence Division. Four players take on the role of survivalists battling against a mastermind player who is able to create traps, enemies, and other dangers to set loose on the others. The main goal is to escape from the mastermind before the time runs out. If the four co-op players can best the mastermind, they win.  
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