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  • Capcom
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  • Adventure - Survival/Horror (example - Resident Evil)
  • 11/11/2002
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  • $9.00
  • Mature
10  |  Resident Evil 0: Where the Horror Begins
DaFuZzMaStA , 11/3/2003 8:00:32 PM
If you're a fan of the RE series, you'll love this game. Even if you aren't a fan, you'll probably like it. Taking place just hours before the original RE, it's a much better game. The game starts out with the Bravo STARS team (the guys Alpha team was looking for in the original RE) looking through the Raccoon City Forest by helicopter after a series of crazy murders were committed there. The helicopter crashes, and the team splits up to search the forest. Rebbeca Chambers (the main character in the game) finds a train that is stopped and gets on it to look around. She finds a bunch of dead people, so she teams up with Billy (an escaped convict that has "supposedly" killed 23 people) to get out of there.

This game has some of the BEST graphics I have seen on the 'Cube. The fire looks so real, you'll want to throw water on your TV! The amount of detail in this game is just amazing; it must have taken forever to make. The cut scenes look very, very, realistic. The best part is that the game has great sound to match the great graphics. From the crackling of fire, to the sound of steps when you walk up stairs. The sound is perfect, clear, and of high quality. The soundtrack for this game is also definitely creepy. Capcom really knows how to make a freaky game.

In the game you can control two people. I know what you're thinking "You control two people? Controlling this game must be impossible!". I've heard many people say that the controls for RE games are horrible. Fear not, the controls are great! When you use one person, the other just follows. You can also use the c-stick to control the player you are not using. You can put them on attack or idle, and you can go together or separate. The controls are very comfortable, along with the gameplay. It's a pretty long game, and it's not too easy or too challenging either. The only annoying part of this game is that you don't have very much space for holding items. Other then that, it's an awesome game!

I highly recommend this game. It is one of the best games I have played for Gamecube, and has made me love the RE series. Since this is such a great game, I'm giving it a 10 out of 10! Give the game a try, you won't regret it!

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