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Item Number: SLUS-21134GH
Publisher: Capcom
Jan/UPC Code: 013388260560
From the Publisher
Resident Evil 4 marks a new chapter in the Resident Evil series. You'll rejoin Leon S. Kennedy six years after his first mission as a rookie cop from Resident Evil 2. Now a US agent, Leon is on a top secret mission to investigate the disappearance of the president's daughter. As Leon, you must make your way to a mysterious location in Europe, where new enemies await. Take them down by using enhanced aim-and-shoot features and a new action button.
NCS Game Notes
* The intro to the game recounts the Umbrella corporation's shenanigans in the Arklay mountains near Raccoon City. The sterilization of Raccoon City and how the US government stopped the actions of the Umbrella Corporation are also retold. Six years later, Leon is on a trip as a sort of bodyguard for the new president and his job is to find his missing daughter named Ashley Graham. While seated in the back seat of a car driven by local police - they have a chat that's tinged with a bit of rivalry. One of the agents takes a wizz at the side of the road and he seems to notice something about to approach him when he shakes it off, enters the car, and they all drive off.

* The trio approach a village and Leon goes on to investigate by himself. The policia aren't too willing to accompany him. Later, Ingrid Hunnigan contacts Leon by video phone and tells him that she'll be his contact. After that bit of conversation, Leon is shown hefting a gun with both hands and he walks into the village. Leon enters a house and encounters a guy tending a fireplace. The guy looks like Indio (played by Gian Maria Volonte) from the Spaghetti Western movies featuring Clint Eastwood. The guy grabs an axe and is about to whack Leon so it's time to aim and fire away. Three shots does him in. Later when Leon leaves the house, three locals armed with scythes and knives assault him but they're also simple cannon fodder since they sort of lumber around and aren't very smart. They are not zombies however. For most of the locals who attack with pitchforks and assorted farm equipment, three shots will usually put them down. A bullet to blow them back followed by a crushing roundhouse kick also seems to work.

* In one of the shacks, there's a woman who's been pitchforked through the head so that she hangs from a wall. Leon's comment when he sees her is, "Guess there's no sex discrimination here."

* When enemies are shot, they'll recoil and dance like the bullets were really smashing into their bodies. When Leon slashes with his knife, the targets will also scream and grip their wounded body parts. There are some gruesome reactions when Leon slices, dices, and performs his close range kick on the foes. Some bodies will bubble away on the ground once they've been put down.

* Before Leon enters the main portion of the village, he may take a look at what the villagers are doing. They've caught one of the policemen from earlier and have impaled him above a bristling bonfire. The bottom of his pants and his shoes are ablaze while lumbering villagers walk around carting stuff, pitchforking, lumbering. The battle that ensues is fairly horrific even by our jaded standards.

UPC: 013388260560
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