It's a game that moves forward at a breathless pace, and the second surprise is just how much of it there is. Capcom may
What Capcom attempted to do this time around is simultaneously implement aspects people liked about RE4 and RE5 in addition to adding new characters, more content, and a story that breaks away from the convoluted hit / miss story arcs from past games
On the music / sound design side of the game, I felt the audio design team handled their part of the game very well. The music is appropriate during survival, combat, boss, or sneaking situations depending on what scenario you're playing, and the environmental sounds are adequate for heightening the tension before all hell breaks loose. Voice acting for the main characters and support cast is consistently good.