Excerpt: Resident Evil Code: Veronica was released to rave reviews on the Dreamcast and now, almost a year and a half later, Capcom has ported the latest instalment of the surival-horror series to the PlayStation 2. In a curious move, Capcom also included a demo for their upcoming gothic action game, Devil May Cry, in the package. When the two are viewed back-to-back, Devil May Cry makes Resident Evil Code: Veronica X look like child’s play.
Excerpt: Making it's wide US debut on the Sega Dreamcast back in April of 2000, Resident Evil Code: Veronica was an instant success, and quickly soared to high mountains, as it became arguably the best title in series. The whole franchise has come a long way, first appearing on the Playstation and Sega Saturn back in 1995, Resident Evil was a game that had no parallel in every single aspect.
Excerpt: Claire Redfield, seeking her brother, has been captured by an organization called "Umbrella." Freed after an attack on the prison facility she has been sent to, she runs around trying to uncover the mystery of Umbrella while facing hordes of bloody, disfigured zombies and hideous mutated creatures created by Umbrella's "T-Virus.