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The studio behind Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City said the critical reception of the game was polarizing. Speaking in an interview with Eurogamer, Slant Six producer Micheal Kerr said the team "accomplished what Capcom wanted us to do."
"A lot of people put a lot of time and effort into the game and obviously we'd like to see the review scores be a little better than they are right now," Kerr said. "In the end, I think our position on it is that we read every review and we try to pull out all the constructive feedback that we can so we can learn a little about what people liked and what they didn't.
"Then we look to what our internal goals were and what Capcom asked us to do and I think we accomplished what they wanted to do - we took the Resident Evil franchise in a different direction," he added.
Kerr continued by saying the team has received a lot of positive e-mail from fans about the game and that it was a great experience working with Capcom.
"So, there's good and bad, but that's to be expected with every launch," he said. "We'd obviously love the review scores to be a bit higher, but we're really happy with the fan response."
All they need to do is patch the areas that need it.I am waiting for my friend to lend me his copy so i can try it and see if i will buy it due to lack of money
Well, at least they stated they are paying attention to what people liked and didn't like, so that improvements can be made in future games. Unlike other people, like Tony Hawk and Warren Spector, who would rather whine about people "misunderstanding" their games.
I dont care what people say, I love it and the multiplayer is epic, especially since I can play as Carlos!
I was really looking forward to this game. It looked so great, and they somehow managed to completely screw it up.
I'm sure Capcom didn't tell them they wanted a review score of 6.0. That's equivalent of a D-.