When your game more or less begins with its main character shooting the President (who is, mind you, a zombie
by this point), you've got a lot to live up to. Such is Resident Evil 6
's plight, and I imagine Capcom's hoping 20 solid minutes of gameplay footage might help assuage our fears. Or at least replace them with other fears ' you know, the kinds that generally accompany the prospect of grotesque, entrail-devouring death lurking around every corner. But, after watching Leon Kennedy somberly subdue the President, talk for a while, shuffle down hallways of dramatic tension
, talk some more, shoot zombies, and generally do whatever's needed to avoid becoming a dead Kennedy, I'm not entirely sure what emotion I should be feeling.