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  • Capcom
  • Capcom
  • Adventure - Survival/Horror (example - Resident Evil)
  • 11/11/2002
  • 1
  • Memory Card
  • 1
  • $9.00
  • Mature

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The Resident Evil series has defined the survival horror genre. As a member of that series, Resident Evil 0 shares a rich history complete with movies, action figures, books, and other games, and is a single player experience. It was published by Capcom.

It should be easy to find Resident Evil 0 for the GameCube available for purchase. In good condition, the game is worth about $9.00. Resident Evil 0 was released on 11/11/2002. The save feature for Resident Evil 0 is: Memory Card.

Resident Evil 0 is rated M for Mature.
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(submitted by: pixelSHREDDER ), 8/20/2004 7:39:08 PM (edit)
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Would you recomend this game to people
1/28/2005 4:59:52 AM

(posted: 3/10/2005 6:56:23 AM) Answer Courtesy of basscomm: Yes. Absolutely. But only if you like the Resident Evil series (and who doesn't, really?).