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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This is the first Resident Evil game where you earn PlayStaton 3 trophies and Xbox points for accomplishments. See more »

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Chapter 2:1 Storage Facility, after the first encounter with the Kipepeo flying parasites the water in the tunnel behind the locked door is flowing up the slope towards you instead of downwards. See more »

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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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Follows Resident Evil (2002) See more »

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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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A terrific game but not as good as the fourth
1 July 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Let me start out by saying that this game is good. Very good. In the Resident Evil universe once you beat the game there are always more things to accomplish so if you buy the xbox 360 version you'll really enjoy it. One of the letdowns of this game is that it's almost the same thing as Resident Evil four. The same item management, the same sounds that the guns make, pretty much the same controls. Resident Evil 4 was an amazing game but Resident Evil 5 doesn't add much to it really. I thought the plot was a little bit better then the fourth though. It has a little more edge and mystery. One new thing about this game is the cinema action modes. You will just be walking and boom! Out of no where comes a huge boss that you have to dodge or a boulder that you have to run away from. It adds a little more edge to the game. Overall, Resident Evil 5 is a fun entertaining game to play, but not as good as the first one.


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