Resident Evil: Outbreak - File #2 (2004)
"Biohazard Outbreak: File 2" (original title)

Video Game  |  Action, Horror, Mystery  |  26 April 2005 (USA)
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The deadly T-Virus plagues Raccoon City with zombies and monsters of all kinds. Survive the scenarios, uncover the T-Virus outbreak, dig deep into Umbrella's secrets, and escape Raccoon ... See full summary »



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Uncredited cast:
Mark Wilkins / Jim Chapman / Marvin Branagh (voice) (uncredited)
Bob Buchholz ...
George Hamilton (voice) (uncredited)
Wendee Lee ...
Alyssa Ashcroft / Rita (voice) (uncredited)
Julie Maddalena ...
Cindy Lennox (voice) (uncredited)
Bob Papenbrook ...
David King (voice) (uncredited)
Lia Sargent ...
Yoko Suzuki (voice) (uncredited)
Kirk Thornton ...
Kevin Ryman (voice) (uncredited)


The deadly T-Virus plagues Raccoon City with zombies and monsters of all kinds. Survive the scenarios, uncover the T-Virus outbreak, dig deep into Umbrella's secrets, and escape Raccoon City before it is eradicated! With tons of new extras and 5 terrifying new scenarios and locales including a zoo, a subway station, a abandoned plant covered hospital, the R.P.D, and an Umbrella research lab. With interactive expansive environments and an on line mode up to 4 players and an advanced communication system in on line mode with supports for cross over data use items earned from Resident Evil Outbreak in this game and vice versa. Written by Civonos

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The regions that are explored in this game are: The Raccoon City Zoo, The Subway, an abandoned hospital in the middle of the Arkley Mountains, the Raccoon City Police Department, Underground Umbrella Labs and The City Streets and Rooftops. See more »


Both the Outbreak games end at the same time in time line, but they both end in different places. In the first Outbreak file game, the game ends with your character being escorted out of Raccoon City by helicopter, and the second game ends with your character down a highway looking back at the ruined city. See more »


Mark Wilkins: Front and center!
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The opening credits shows different areas of the game, but without enemies or characters. See more »


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Another relaxing visit to ol Raccoon City...again
9 May 2009 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

No matter which way you look at it Resident Evil will always and forever will be my favourite series of survival horror games, yes better than Silent Hill. I won't comment on the movies because lets face it they can't hold a candle to the games.

As a long time follower of the series I was quite intrigued to see a Resident Evil game that lets us play as a series of survivors with their own uniqueness stuck in everyone's favourite zombie infested hell hole...Raccoon City. Well the original outbreak had its flaws but on the whole it was somewhat refreshing to play with completely new characters and stories set during the events of the first three.

Now along comes the sequel and well...we are still stuck in that place and nothing at all has changed really. We still have the same group of characters, same moves, weapons etc. What has changed though and about time is the variety of enemies affected by that nasty virus. Zombie elephants, zombie lions, zombie hyena' I ain't joking they have them and for good reason. As much fun as it is wiping out zombies they just get bloody boring (excuse the pun) so these new batch of infected mammals is a nice change of horror pace...and I use that term literally.

Apart from the new enemies not much else has changed really. The graphics seems to have had a touch up which is good, and more story has been added as the original left things unanswered. Sadly though the A.I of your fellow survivors is still pretty poor as they run around for no reason or just stand there when being attacked.

As a Resident Evil on the whole though its great to play as there are too many imitators out there that have ripped off what Resident Evil started. Basically if you want to relive the glory days of Raccoon city then by all means pick this up and have a visit.

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