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Resident Evil 4 (Nintendo Wii/ Wii U) £2.99 Delivered (Preowned) @ GAME

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If you've got some spare points and don't want to pay the rip off price for thrice ported version on PS4. :) Scored 91/100 for Wii version (higher than PS4 version) on metacritics. Blurbs: Re… Read More
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8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago
If you've got some spare points and don't want to pay the rip off price for thrice ported version on PS4. :)

Scored 91/100 for Wii version (higher than PS4 version) on metacritics.

Blurbs:

Resident Evil 4 is one of the highest rated games on GameRankings.com and Metacritic.com, garnering dozens of awards and nominations. The game has been highly praised for its amazing gameplay and incredible, drastic re-invention of the Resi-created “survival-horror” genre. Resident Evil 4 now comes to the Wii with added Wii Remote support, allowing Resi fans to aim, fire, slash, reload, crank and avoid oncoming adversaries with intuitive motions and movements. With new intuitive controls, Resident Evil 4 is reborn on Wii as a whole new Resident Evil experience!

Leon S. Kennedy from Resident Evil 2, formerly Raccoon City Police Department’s idealistic rookie cop, is now a U.S. agent with a top-secret mission to rescue the President’s daughter, who has been kidnapped by a mysterious organization. In Resident Evil 4, Leon must begin his investigation with a trip to an undisclosed Spanish-speaking village in Europe, where he encounters a residing horde of unruly villagers who pledge their lives to Los Illuminados, the evil cult that perpetrated Ashley’s kidnapping. As Leon encounters unimaginable evil, he must find out who -- or what -- is behind everything.
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1 Like #1
First time I played resi 4 was on the wii. Best game I played. Heat added
1 Like #2
looks graphically rough by today's standards but the gameplay and controls are still spot on.
2 Likes #3
why the downer on sony its out for the xbox one as well and sure it dosen't have it on sale like the ps4 version. but heat added for a fantastic game at amazing price

Edited By: voyager123 on Oct 24, 2016 12:44
2 Likes #4
voyager123
why the downer on sony its out for the xbox one as well and sure it dosen't have it on sale like the ps4 version
Because I am a Sony fanboy myself and I am disappointed at the way they priced it. :D Don't be sensitive mate, all I meant was the price on the current gen console are a rip off.
1 Like #5
mixmixi
voyager123
why the downer on sony its out for the xbox one as well and sure it dosen't have it on sale like the ps4 version
Because I am a Sony fanboy myself and I am disappointed at the way they priced it. :D Don't be sensitive mate, all I meant was the price on the current gen console are a rip off.
good point but it IS Capcom so no big surprise
2 Likes #6
Decoded
looks graphically rough by today's standards but the gameplay and controls are still spot on.

The Wii control is the best way to play this game. Heated.
banned 2 Likes #7
Have it on NGC and Wii already. No need to repurchase it once more as the graphics and gameplay are great on the NGC/Wii versions.

You can sure as hell expect Resident Evil 4 to also be re-re-re-re-re-re-reee-released on PS5 and Xbox Two. :p
3 Likes #8
Yea, the motion controls for aiming really made this version the best to play, does look a bit rough these days though.
banned#9
Zuulan
Decoded
looks graphically rough by today's standards but the gameplay and controls are still spot on.
The Wii control is the best way to play this game. Heated.
Tried playing the Wii version with a Wii Classic Controller and the end result was a mess, imo. Just because it's compatible it shouldn't be played like that or better yet, Capcom should've just made it Wiimote + Nunchuk exclusive.
#10
mixmixi
voyager123
why the downer on sony its out for the xbox one as well and sure it dosen't have it on sale like the ps4 version
Because I am a Sony fanboy myself and I am disappointed at the way they priced it. :D Don't be sensitive mate, all I meant was the price on the current gen console are a rip off.
Curious - How much is it there?
#11
jsty3105
mixmixi
voyager123
why the downer on sony its out for the xbox one as well and sure it dosen't have it on sale like the ps4 version
Because I am a Sony fanboy myself and I am disappointed at the way they priced it. :D Don't be sensitive mate, all I meant was the price on the current gen console are a rip off.
Curious - How much is it there?
its 12.99 at the moment its usually 15.99
#12
Spasho
Have it on NGC and Wii already. No need to repurchase it once more as the graphics and gameplay are great on the NGC/Wii versions.
You can sure as hell expect Resident Evil 4 to also be re-re-re-re-re-re-reee-released on PS5 and Xbox Two. :p

This is the Wii version so you already have it anyway
2 Likes #13
SVRich
Yea, the motion controls for aiming really made this version the best to play, does look a bit rough these days though.

They are good but make it a bit easy so I recommend bumping up the difficulty
#14
I remember the GameCube version looking really good & the ps4 version looks awful to me.
1 Like #15
Seems I'll be the first to say "Aah, I bought it at a higher price!"
banned#16
pannan
Spasho
Have it on NGC and Wii already. No need to repurchase it once more as the graphics and gameplay are great on the NGC/Wii versions.
You can sure as hell expect Resident Evil 4 to also be re-re-re-re-re-re-reee-released on PS5 and Xbox Two. :p
This is the Wii version so you already have it anyway
NGC's better for those that prefer to use a traditional controller and the graphics look really good. I can somewhat imagine how good the visuals look with the GameCube component but won't spend £150 on the damn cable. Wii Official Component Cable and Wii2HDMI are more than suffice, plus, there's also the Dolphin emulator for NGC/Wii games (Cemu for Wii U).
#17
pannan
SVRich
Yea, the motion controls for aiming really made this version the best to play, does look a bit rough these days though.
They are good but make it a bit easy so I recommend bumping up the difficulty
The clunky controls were deliberate to make the game more stressful, so you can't move and shoot at the same time.
#18
81980085
pannan
SVRich
Yea, the motion controls for aiming really made this version the best to play, does look a bit rough these days though.
They are good but make it a bit easy so I recommend bumping up the difficulty
The clunky controls were deliberate to make the game more stressful, so you can't move and shoot at the same time.

You still can't move an shoot but headshots and targeting other weakspots on the Wii version were so much easier so it did make the game easier....didn't make Ashley any less annoying mind.
#19
Out of all the formats I've got this game on I would say the Wii version is the best, the control system really fits the game well.
#20
Don't say it's Wii U when it's Wii. That's misleading.
3 Likes #21
catt466
Don't say it's Wii U when it's Wii. That's misleading.
What is misleading? Just look at the picture then. Wii games are compatible with wii u so nothing is misleading really.

Edited By: mixmixi on Oct 24, 2016 14:04
1 Like #22
catt466
Don't say it's Wii U when it's Wii. That's misleading.
as mixmixi said how is this misleading, i could understand IF the wii u didn't play wii games but it does!
#23
£4.79 now?
#24
mixmixi
catt466
Don't say it's Wii U when it's Wii. That's misleading.
What is misleading? Just look at the picture then. Wii games are compatible with wii u so nothing is misleading really.

Having said that if you just have a Wii U you may not have the sensor bar and Wiimote so would you still be able to play it?
#25
voyager123
jsty3105
mixmixi
voyager123
why the downer on sony its out for the xbox one as well and sure it dosen't have it on sale like the ps4 version
Because I am a Sony fanboy myself and I am disappointed at the way they priced it. :D Don't be sensitive mate, all I meant was the price on the current gen console are a rip off.
Curious - How much is it there?
its 12.99 at the moment its usually 15.99
Ah - so Capcom just put the same digital sale price on both the Wii U and PS4.
#26
SVRich
mixmixi
catt466
Don't say it's Wii U when it's Wii. That's misleading.
What is misleading? Just look at the picture then. Wii games are compatible with wii u so nothing is misleading really.
Having said that if you just have a Wii U you may not have the sensor bar and Wiimote so would you still be able to play it?
The Wii U's GamePad has the Wii sensor bar built in so people would just need to have a Wiimote
#27
jsty3105
SVRich
mixmixi
catt466
Don't say it's Wii U when it's Wii. That's misleading.
What is misleading? Just look at the picture then. Wii games are compatible with wii u so nothing is misleading really.
Having said that if you just have a Wii U you may not have the sensor bar and Wiimote so would you still be able to play it?
The Wii U's GamePad has the Wii sensor bar built in so people would just need to have a Wiimote


Really? Why then did they sell a version with a sensor bar as well as one without to begin with?
#28
SVRich
mixmixi
catt466
Don't say it's Wii U when it's Wii. That's misleading.
What is misleading? Just look at the picture then. Wii games are compatible with wii u so nothing is misleading really.

Having said that if you just have a Wii U you may not have the sensor bar and Wiimote so would you still be able to play it?


True, also if you have a PS4 and not a dual shock controller you can't play any game with it. This is my about hardware mate, the software compatibility is the subject.
#29
mixmixi
SVRich
mixmixi
catt466
Don't say it's Wii U when it's Wii. That's misleading.
What is misleading? Just look at the picture then. Wii games are compatible with wii u so nothing is misleading really.

Having said that if you just have a Wii U you may not have the sensor bar and Wiimote so would you still be able to play it?


True, also if you have a PS4 and not a dual shock controller you can't play any game with it. This is my about hardware mate, the software compatibility is the subject.


I agree it does work, I was more playing devil's advocate although your example is not quite the same,every PS4 came with a DS4 not every Wii U came with a sensor bar and Wiimote.
#30
SVRich
mixmixi
SVRich
mixmixi
catt466
Don't say it's Wii U when it's Wii. That's misleading.
What is misleading? Just look at the picture then. Wii games are compatible with wii u so nothing is misleading really.
Having said that if you just have a Wii U you may not have the sensor bar and Wiimote so would you still be able to play it?
True, also if you have a PS4 and not a dual shock controller you can't play any game with it. This is my about hardware mate, the software compatibility is the subject.
I agree it does work, I was more playing devil's advocate although your example is not quite the same,every PS4 came with a DS4 not every Wii U came with a sensor bar and Wiimote.
True that, the whole argument however is pointless. I put the Nintendo wii first in my description followed by wii U. If you don't have sensor bar on your wii U and want to play the wii version on it, simply go and buy one. DS4 is included in every new console you buy but I don't want to start another pointless argument over it. The whole point was the title is correct, the person who is calling it misleading is having a wrong claim.
1 Like #31
mixmixi
SVRich
mixmixi
SVRich
mixmixi
catt466
Don't say it's Wii U when it's Wii. That's misleading.
What is misleading? Just look at the picture then. Wii games are compatible with wii u so nothing is misleading really.
Having said that if you just have a Wii U you may not have the sensor bar and Wiimote so would you still be able to play it?
True, also if you have a PS4 and not a dual shock controller you can't play any game with it. This is my about hardware mate, the software compatibility is the subject.
I agree it does work, I was more playing devil's advocate although your example is not quite the same,every PS4 came with a DS4 not every Wii U came with a sensor bar and Wiimote.
True that, the whole argument however is pointless. I put the Nintendo wii first in my description followed by wii U. If you don't have sensor bar on your wii U and want to play the wii version on it, simply go and buy one. DS4 is included in every new console you buy but I don't want to start another pointless argument over it. The whole point was the title is correct, the person who is calling it misleading is having a wrong claim.


I wasn't meaning to start an argument rather being a pedantic git. It wasn't misleading in the slightest.
#32
SVRich
mixmixi
SVRich
mixmixi
SVRich
mixmixi
catt466
Don't say it's Wii U when it's Wii. That's misleading.
What is misleading? Just look at the picture then. Wii games are compatible with wii u so nothing is misleading really.
Having said that if you just have a Wii U you may not have the sensor bar and Wiimote so would you still be able to play it?
True, also if you have a PS4 and not a dual shock controller you can't play any game with it. This is my about hardware mate, the software compatibility is the subject.
I agree it does work, I was more playing devil's advocate although your example is not quite the same,every PS4 came with a DS4 not every Wii U came with a sensor bar and Wiimote.
True that, the whole argument however is pointless. I put the Nintendo wii first in my description followed by wii U. If you don't have sensor bar on your wii U and want to play the wii version on it, simply go and buy one. DS4 is included in every new console you buy but I don't want to start another pointless argument over it. The whole point was the title is correct, the person who is calling it misleading is having a wrong claim.
I wasn't meaning to start an argument rather being a pedantic git. It wasn't misleading in the slightest.
My apologies mate. Didn't understand you well... :(
1 Like #33
mixmixi
SVRich
mixmixi
SVRich
mixmixi
SVRich
mixmixi
catt466
Don't say it's Wii U when it's Wii. That's misleading.
What is misleading? Just look at the picture then. Wii games are compatible with wii u so nothing is misleading really.
Having said that if you just have a Wii U you may not have the sensor bar and Wiimote so would you still be able to play it?
True, also if you have a PS4 and not a dual shock controller you can't play any game with it. This is my about hardware mate, the software compatibility is the subject.
I agree it does work, I was more playing devil's advocate although your example is not quite the same,every PS4 came with a DS4 not every Wii U came with a sensor bar and Wiimote.
True that, the whole argument however is pointless. I put the Nintendo wii first in my description followed by wii U. If you don't have sensor bar on your wii U and want to play the wii version on it, simply go and buy one. DS4 is included in every new console you buy but I don't want to start another pointless argument over it. The whole point was the title is correct, the person who is calling it misleading is having a wrong claim.
I wasn't meaning to start an argument rather being a pedantic git. It wasn't misleading in the slightest.
My apologies mate. Didn't understand you well... :(


No worries, it's all good.
#34
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#35
SVRich
Really? Why then did they sell a version with a sensor bar as well as one without to begin with?
So that you could play on the telly. If you want to just use the GamePad as the screen, then you don't need a sensor bar.
http://en-americas-support.nintendo.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/1156/~/using-the-wii-u-gamepad-in-wii-mode-faq
Does the Wii U GamePad have a Sensor Bar?
Yes. When using the Wii U GamePad in Wii Mode, the Sensor Bar, located at the top of the Wii U GamePad, is turned on.


Edited By: jsty3105 on Oct 25, 2016 23:32
#36
jsty3105
SVRich
Really? Why then did they sell a version with a sensor bar as well as one without to begin with?
So that you could play on the telly. If you want to just use the GamePad as the screen, then you don't need a sensor bar.http://en-americas-support.nintendo.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/1156/~/using-the-wii-u-gamepad-in-wii-mode-faqDoes the Wii U GamePad have a Sensor Bar?
Yes. When using the Wii U GamePad in Wii Mode, the Sensor Bar, located at the top of the Wii U GamePad, is turned on.

Yea, that makes sense although playing Wii games on the gamepad making sure you are far enough back to use the motion controls can't be the best way to play.
#37
SVRich
jsty3105
SVRich
Really? Why then did they sell a version with a sensor bar as well as one without to begin with?
So that you could play on the telly. If you want to just use the GamePad as the screen, then you don't need a sensor bar.http://en-americas-support.nintendo.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/1156/~/using-the-wii-u-gamepad-in-wii-mode-faqDoes the Wii U GamePad have a Sensor Bar?
Yes. When using the Wii U GamePad in Wii Mode, the Sensor Bar, located at the top of the Wii U GamePad, is turned on.
Yea, that makes sense although playing Wii games on the gamepad making sure you are far enough back to use the motion controls can't be the best way to play.
Yeah - logical to think so. It appears that Nintendo's recommended distance is between 1-3 feet so I guess it wouldn't be too detrimental.

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