Today's iPod interview is once again with Lewis Terry. Lewis has been playing an iPod version of the hugely successful Resident Evil 4. Q. How does the game handle on an iPod?
A: The game handles surprisingly well, and you use two analog sticks much like you would on a proper controller, except they are on the screen. I guess they are virtual analog sticks. There is a bit of a learning curve but after that it handles brilliantly.
Q. Who would this game appeal to? A: Anyone that is craving a good shooter on the iPod, as there are not many of them out there. Also, people who love the Resident Evil games.
Q. Any positive points?
A: Well I have already said about the games handling, which is great. It stays true to the original, and the whole game is made up of the best action sequences from the original. Also when you complete the game there are a ton of mercenary missions to keep you occupied.
Q. Are there any negative aspects?
A: For normal Resi fans, the graphics are a generation backwards, but then it is an iPod, what do you expect? The frame rate is great and what they have done with it is leagues ahead of most apps.
Q. Would you recommend Resident Evil 4?
A: Yes I would, like I said it is one of the best shooters that you will find on the iPod, and it is intense as well.