Every Resident Evil Game Ranked Worst To Best

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 Every Resident Evil Game Ranked Worst To Best


Remember the Game Boy Color? If you’re over a certain age, just reading those words might be enough to evoke some pretty potent nostalgia. If you’re under a certain age, you might just be asking, “Was there ever a Game Boy without color?” Yes, and it took adding color to get a handheld “Resident Evil” game.



In 2001, “Resident Evil Gaiden” was released, breaking from the rest of the series with a top-down gameplay style that switches into first-person combat sequences when approached by zombies. Despite that interesting approach, this installment was considered enjoyable, but nothing special — and not much of a “Resident Evil” game at all, aside from its incorporation of familiar characters and a classic viral outbreak. 



As a GameSpot review of the release put it: “Besides the ‘Resident Evil’ namesake and a well-crafted story, there’s nothing that sets ‘Gaiden’ apart from any of the countless other action games available for the Game Boy Color.”





  • Release Date: Dec. 14, 2001


  • Available On: Game Boy Color


  • Genre: Survival horror


  • Game Modes: Single-player