2002 | Action | Horror
Resident Evil, the game often credited with starting the survival-horror genre, has been reinvented for the GameCube. For those unfamiliar with the series, a mysterious corporation has secretly been performing ungodly biotech experiments in the sleepy little town of Raccoon City. When reports of gory attacks come in from nearby areas, two crack military squads are sent to investigate. You take the role of either sharpshooter Chris Redfield or demolitions expert Jill Valentine to track down the source of the town's problems--specifically, something in a decaying mansion that's mutating animals into grotesque killers and turning humans into bloodthirsty zombies. Supplies and ammunition are scarce, so you'll have to know when to fight, when to run, and how to keep their wits about you--you can't afford to waste their shots and expect your character to survive.
In 2002, a remake of the same name was released for the GameCube featuring updated graphics, sound, and changes to the gameplay and story. The story has been retrofitted with motion-captured animation, next-generation graphics, real-time lighting and shadow effects, new areas, and newly rendered in-game video segments to create an even more cinematic experience. Also, a redesigned combat system lets you attack and defend yourself with a variety of items found in the environment.
Survival Horror Zombies
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