Sent in by the BSAA, Chris Redfield has a new mission. It takes him into South Africa where he encounters a new horror and relives an old past.

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Chris Redfield (voice)
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Sheva Alomar (voice) (as Karen Dyer)
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Albert Wesker (voice)
Patricia Ja Lee ...
Jill Valentine (voice)
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Josh Stone (voice)
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Excella Gionne (voice)
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Ricardo Irving (voice)
Adam D. Clark ...
Ozwell E. Spencer (voice) (as Adam Clark)
Jim Sonzero ...
Dan DeChant (voice)
Douglas Rye ...
Dan DeChant (voice)
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Kirk Mathison (voice)
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Dave Johnson (voice)
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Reynard Fisher (voice)
Dave Mallow ...
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Woman in Trouble (voice)
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Sent in by the BSAA, Chris Redfield has a new mission. It takes him into South Africa where he encounters a new horror and relives an old past.

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You Don't Have To Face Fear Alone


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13 March 2009 (USA)  »

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Resident Evil 5  »

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Like the other playable characters in the game, Albert Wesker can also perform physical attacks on stunned enemies. One of these attacks is called "Tiger Uppercut" - a reference to a special move from the Street Fighter series, a game also developed and published by Capcom. See more »

Goofs

In Chapter 4-1, as a tunnel is collapsing all around and both play characters are running, they make a dive for the descending door twice. See more »

Quotes

Ricardo Irving: [sees Chris and Sheva while about to blow up the oil field] Splendid timing! You's two are just in time for the fireworks show! BOOM! Hahahahaha!
[leaves on his boat]
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Connections

Followed by Resident Evil: Damnation (2012) See more »

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Performed by Oulimata Niang
Music & Lyrics: Kota Suzuki [Capcom]
Additional orchestral music written, orchestrations and conducted by: Wataru Hokoyama
Japanese-English lyrics translator: Miguel E. Corti
Scoring producers: Tomonobu Kikuchi [Sony Music Publishing, Inc.], Tetsuya Shibata [Capcom]
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RE5 review
26 June 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

the original resident evil was a huge classic when it came out but after multiple sequels definitely in need of a revamp and then came along the game that would revolutionize the industry RE4 and it was awesome to say the least but 5 years later we have RE5 and its not quite as good but its still a total blast to play and shows its worthy to have a spot in my library of games. Story- the game has a decent story but its nothing jaw dropping. one part that really ruined some of it for me is the "big twist" which was absolutely horibble due to its presentation but it wraps everything up well. Graphics- this is the prettiest game I've ever seen from the beautiful to texture work to every detail capcom managed to get in there this game looks awesome but the animations could use some work as they quickly grow stale but that wont stop you from gawking at this game. Gameplay- this is gonna be different for everybody but in my opinion the controls aren't very well done in this game capcom deliberately did the controls the way they did but moving and shooting doest take all the tension away from the game but it wasn't a handicap i dint get used to in around 10 mins or so. melee attacks are awesome and the game will keep u enjoying yourself. plus co op is just the best simply put next to left 4 dead and even then its pretty close enjoyment- this game has replay in mind and with the best pacing in video gaming ever in my opinion u wont get tired of it and then there's is planty to unlock and keep you comin for more and even if you get tired of that you have the surprisingly addictive mercenaries mode to keep you coming back believe me you wont be getting bored of this one for awhile. overall- this game isn't as good as RE4 but it still is one of the best on the market if you can get over a few minor blemishes like the controls and bland story 9/10


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