Resident Evil 4

Resident Evil 4
Publisher Capcom
Console GameCube
Developer Capcom
Downloads 13,653
Released January 11, 2005

Resident Evil 4 is a third-person survival horror game developed and published by Capcom. It was originally released in 2005 for the Nintendo GameCube and has since been ported to multiple platforms, including the PlayStation 2, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.


The game follows series protagonist Leon S. Kennedy as he travels to a rural village in Spain to rescue the president's daughter from a mysterious cult. The game features a mix of action and horror elements, with the player exploring various environments and fighting off a variety of enemies, including infected villagers and powerful bosses.

One of the most impressive aspects of Resident Evil 4 is its gameplay. The game features intuitive and responsive controls, allowing the player to perform a variety of actions, such as aiming and shooting, melee attacks, and quick-time events. The game also features a robust upgrade system, allowing the player to improve their weapons and abilities as they progress through the game.

Graphics And Sound

The game's graphics are also impressive, with detailed character models and environments that make great use of lighting and shadow effects. The game's sound design is also noteworthy, with a haunting soundtrack and chilling sound effects that add to the game's horror atmosphere.

The game's story is engaging, with a mix of action and horror elements that keep the player engaged throughout. The game also features multiple endings, depending on the player's actions throughout the game.

One downside to the game is its difficulty. The game can be challenging at times, with tough enemies and some frustrating sections. Additionally, some players may find the game's over-the-shoulder camera perspective to be cumbersome at times.


Resident Evil 4 is a fantastic survival horror game that set a new standard for the genre. Its intuitive gameplay, impressive graphics, and engaging story make it a must-play for fans of the series or survival horror games in general.