Gamers know there's nothing quite like making a zombie's head explode with a well-placed shotgun blast -- and that no games provide this experience quite like Resident Evil.
But although the seminal survival horror franchise has always had its die-hard fans, even they have begun to grow weary of the series' shortcomings. With Resident Evil 4, published by Capcom for the GameCube, the designers went back to square one and radically revised nearly every feature of the series, leaving no sacred cow unslaughtered.
A religious cult has kidnapped the president's daughter, and the government has sent special agent Leon Kennedy to rescue her from a mysterious backwoods village somewhere in Europe...
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