I've played a few more Resident Evil games, so I'll keep each description brief:
* Resident Evil: Revelations: REALLY underrated entry in the series. The story's a little convoluted but pretty interesting, the setting and atmosphere are fantastic, and the enemies, holy sh*t. Some of the freakiest enemies in the series are in this game. So far, my pick for scariest moment of the series is that damn Comms. Officer. Especially when you read his diary. "Maaaaay.... daaaaaaay......."
* Resident Evil 5: Uggggh god what a slog. Like I remember really liking this when it came out, but this time around, so much of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like a friend of mine on another site said, the game really wants to be Gears of War (especially when it starts introducing enemies with guns), but doesn't play like Gears of War, so it just doesn't work as well as it should. And so many headscratching decisions (making it into a co-op shooter, the Merchant system from RE4 with no merchant, no save rooms), combined with some really annoying enemies and boss battles starting around the middle just sink the f*ck out of it for me. Oh well, it had its moments (I really liked the whole chapter in the swamp, as well as the first two Wesker fights) But I LOVED the Lost in Nightmares DLC. I'm a sucker for nostalgia levels, and that thing was worth the price of admission alone.
* Resident Evil: Revelations 2: I'm not too far into this one, but am really liking it so far. It's got great atmosphere, the protagonist switching mechanic works really well, the story seems interesting, and it's just a fun and spooky adventure. And I f*cking LOVE Moira Burton. She's basically the Chloe Price/Ellie of Resident Evil, and she's awesome.