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(2005 Video Game)

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Resident Evil 4 was in production for many years due to the constant changes it went through. The game was scrapped and started again four times.
The story is supposed to take place in Spain, but the Spanish spoken by the village people is the Mexican dialect (which has a very different pronunciation).
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The Matilda handgun was named after the character with the same name from the movie Léon: The Professional (1994).
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The earliest version of the game was announced for the PlayStation 2 under Resident Evil 2 (1998) (Resident Evil 2) director Hideki Kamiya. This build was eventually cancelled as a Resident Evil installment and became the title known as Devil May Cry (2001). Eventually, development was moved to the GameCube console and another build emerged. This was the first version to feature Leon from RE2. The first version shown had Leon sporting a variation of his current costume and fighting a mist-like virus. The second shown version's showed one bad guy in particular that sported a hook on one of its hands, and the logo for the game reflected this (this can still be seen in the final logo). One more version was created and cancelled before Shinji Mikami took over and transformed the title into what it is today. Of all the builds developed, only one of them was never unveiled to the public (it was the one that was being worked on right before Mikami took over). In Japan, an exclusive DVD bonus disc included with the game has footage from the second version that was made.
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This Resident Evil used all new enemies that were not in any of the previous games. No zombies, no Cerberus, no crows, no giant spiders, no tyrants, no hunters, no lickers made it to this installment.
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This is the first Resident Evil game where Umbrella isn't responsible for the monsters and bio organic weapons (BOW) creations. Umbrella is gone by this point, and may yet come back.
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Ashley will cover her skirt and yell, 'Oh, you pervert!' if the player aims upwards towards her while on lower ground.
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The Game Cube version of this game contained a glitch. After reopening a save game file, Leon's moves sideways instead of forward, but when you reset your game and reopen the same game file again, Leon walks straight again. This sideways movement glitch happens on the Game Cube edition.
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The Killer 7 handgun was named after Killer7 (2005), another Capcom game produced by Shinji Mikami. This is the only weapon in the game not to feature an exclusive upgrade.
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This is the first Resident Evil game to feature Pro Logic II surround sound.
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This is the first Resident Evil to be broadcast in Wide-Screen. All previous releases were in Full-Screen.
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In addition to the Mathilda, the game pays home to the movie Léon: The Professional (1994) in an unlockable "Professional" difficulty.
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This game was originally Gamecube exclusive but was later changed to be on the PlayStation 2 and Wii as well.
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During the end boss battle, Ada Wong suddenly appears and throws a rocket launcher weapon that can be used to kill the boss. The same thing happens at the end of Resident Evil (aka Bio Hazard) 2.
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