Excerpt: When it arrived, Resident Evil grabbed us all by the throats like the ravenous zombies it depicted, and shoved a brand new genre down our mouths. Survival Horror - where the player stands alone against a horde of evil, and has nothing but his wits and a minimal supply of weaponry to keep himself...
Excerpt: First off, it should be noted this game is an almost completely ported remake of the Playstation version of the game. The sound and graphics are identical. Controlling Leon or Claire, you run around Raccoon City, trying to solve the mysterious chain of events.
Excerpt: This is a review on the remake version of Resident Evil 2. Resident Evil 2 is on many consoles, like the PC, Sega Saturn, and also the Dreamcast. But now it has been transferred onto the Gamecube.
Excerpt: BACKGROUND Since I’ve never been much of a fan of Sony, the Resident Evil hoopla was always something I heard about, and never tried. When the one and only RE for the N64, RE2, was released, I decided to check it out.
Summary: Okay, this review will be looking at how the Gamecube conversion of this game compares to the others rather than the game itself, which apparently 2.5 million people have already made up their own minds about. Graphically, this game is almost too sharp.
Summary: This game was (and still is) classic zombie horror at it's scariest best when it was released for the Playstation. When Capcom decided to release this on the GC, I was delerious with exitement.
Summary: After seeing the fantastic verions of RE on the Gamecube made so far, I having been waiting for ages to get this, my personal favourite version of the game. I suppose I should have been slightly sceptical due to the somewhat cheap price.
Summary: The first version of this title was released on the PSOne in 1998. PC, N64 and Dreamcast ports have been released since then and now GameCube receives a taste of Resident Evil 2, probably one of the most sought after games on the Playstation.
Summary: This was a bit of a dissapointment when I first saw it. As several other reviews have said, the graphics have not had much done to them. The gameplay and storyline still work, making this a good game for new-comers to the series to get aquanted to the older games.
Summary: From the box:- For the first time on the Nintendo Gamecube comes Resident Evil 2 in all its original gory = Straight port of a Playstation game from late 1990's which doesn't use any of the Gamecubes richer features.