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Resident Evil: Survivor (2000)

Biohazard: Gun Survivor (original title)
In 1998 a disaster struck the quiet midwestern residence of Raccoon City. An uncontrollable outbreak of the Umbrella created T-Virus transformed the city into an inescapable death trap. To ... See full summary »

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Patrick Harlan ...
Ark Thompson (voice)
Colleen Lanki ...
Lott Klein (voice)
Ruth Hollyman ...
Lily Klein (voice)
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Vincent Goldman (voice)
Walter Roberts ...
Andy Holland (voice)
Brian Matt-Uhl ...
UT Commander (voice) (as Brian-Matt Uhl)
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In 1998 a disaster struck the quiet midwestern residence of Raccoon City. An uncontrollable outbreak of the Umbrella created T-Virus transformed the city into an inescapable death trap. To stop the outbreak from spreading, Umbrella Incorporated was forced to wipe out the entire city. However, this was not the only location where an outbreak occurred... Written by LR <lr@renemesis.freeservers.com>

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30 August 2000 (USA)  »

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This is the first Resident Evil game to take place on an island. See more »

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100% of the zombies on Sheena Island are males, yet the memos indicate there were also women as well. Where are the female zombies? See more »

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Lott Klein: What are we going to do now, Mister?
Lily Klein: Yeah. What are we going to do?
Ark Thompson: I don't know. But don't worry. We can fly as long as we have fuel.
[Ark drives the helicopter away from the scene as he and the Klein siblings survived and escaped from the island that self-destructed]
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Followed by Resident Evil: Dead Aim (2003) See more »

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Lightly Amusing, Highly Annoying
4 July 2000 | by See all my reviews

I actually liked certain things about this game. I loved the first person perspective and wish we had had that choice in the first three games. There's nothing like seeing the monsters up close, in your face. The graphics really weren't bad, but I would have liked more things to interact with even though it was just a shooter. The music was fine. The things I hated were: The movement kind of sucked and aiming was a total pain. The story was too lame for words and too much of the same old thing with no originality. The inability to save was awful!!! Some of us do have a life and would like to save to finish the game later. I thought the weapons kind of sucked, too. This game is fun for awhile, but it's nothing like the first three and only good if you just want to shoot stuff. I'd recommend it for the novelty of playing in the first person, but that's about it. Play it at your own risk.


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