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Analyst: Resident Evil 5 sucks, why does it suck so bad?

9:40 AM on 02.24.2009 // Jim Sterling
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Analysts are usually paid to talk about business things and stroke their chins while thinking about how great their pie chart looks. Not in Japan, it seems, where one particular analyst decided to sidestep the boring business stuff and take Capcom to task on Resident Evil 5's control scheme. Seriously!

"I thought Resident Evil 5 had very poor playability in the demo version, so I would like to hear Capcom's opinion." stated one analyst (clearly a biased fanboy) following the the company's financial earnings forecast. 

Capcom's answer was golden: "We would prefer not to comment, as we haven't received any such opinion."

There you have it! Nobody has ever complained about Resident Evil 5's control scheme before or after this one analyst, who was obviously too busy snogging his graphs and drawing pictures of Yen to form a coherent opinion. More like Anal-List, as in a list of anuses that he is on because he is an anus, rite? RITE?

In short, Capcom cannot be criticized, because it doesn't even know what a criticism is.


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