Resident Evil 4

Global Total as of 06th Sep 2014 (units): 0.02m
Platform: Microsoft WindowsAlso on: Wii, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, Xbox 360, GameCube, iOS, Sega 32X
Developer: Capcom Production Studio 4 Genre: Action

Total Units

Europe: 0.02m 79.4%
+ Rest of the World: 0.01m 20.6%
= Global 0.02m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
Resident Evil 4 UbisoftEurope02nd March 2007Retail
Resident Evil 4 UbisoftNorth America15th May 2007Retail
BioHazard 4 CapcomJapan07th June 2007Retail
Resident Evil 4 CapcomJapan07th June 2007Retail
Resident Evil 4 CapcomNorth America27th July 2009App Store
BioHazard 4 CapcomJapan28th July 2009App Store

Game Overview

Resident Evil 4 is a revolutionary 3rd Person Survival Horror game developed by Capcom as originally part of Capcom 5, 5 Capcom titles exclusive for the GameCube. This entry stars Leon S. Kennedy, lead of Resident Evil 2, in his new job looking for the President's daughter in Europe.

The game takes place in an over-the-shoulder third person view instead of dramatic camera angles of the earlier entries. You are faced with the violent natives soon after starting the game, called the Ganados and must kill them discovering the secret behind the kidnapping

http://gamewise.co/games/32736/Resident-Evil-4

Comments

DOLBYdigital (on 31 January 2009)
There are texture and mouse/keyboard
patches that make this version much
better. However the wii version is
easily the best due to the smooth and
responsive controls. Still this game is
worth owning on multiple systems ;)
SaviorX (on 17 May 2008)
The Wii version is the definitive
version. I didn't even know a PC
version was released.
syzegy (on 17 March 2008)
Controls and texture were messed up. But
only version available to me so i played
it great story line and game play
TomaTito (on 13 January 2008)
Yeah, you might have expected them to
add keyboard and mouse support. But they
expected you to play with a
controller.... And it wasn't pretty
either but a patch fixed that.
stof (on 12 January 2008)
I heard that they completely butchered
the controls for the PC version... Is
that true?
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