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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The "Lost in Nightmare" scenario has the fewest enemies in the game, and the fewest type of enemies. There's only two types of enemies, one of which includes the classic zombies that play dead on the floor. See more »

Goofs

In the beginning of the game, when the African Soldier stops Chris and Sheva to check for there papers, he has his AK out, the next seen, it is on his back, the problem is that in between was only about a second. See more »

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Ozwell E. Spencer: [during a flashback at the Spencer estate] ... a new superior breed of humans given birth by the Progenitor Virus. The Wesker children were entrusted with endless potential. Of them, only one survived. You.
Albert Wesker: Are you saying I was manufactured?
Ozwell E. Spencer: I was to become a god... creating a new world with an advanced race of human beings. However, all was lost with Raccoon City...
Ozwell E. Spencer: Despite that setback, your creation still holds great significance.
[gets out of wheelchair slowly]
Ozwell E. Spencer: Now my candle burns dimly. ...
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A Big Despair
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 very pleasant surprise
28 May 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I had been wondering whether to buy this game since mid March, and I pretty much forgot about it after it first came out. Then I was shopping the other day and was looking for some new games when I came across it again. I decided to buy it and I was quite surprised at how impressive it was overall. The graphics are especially beautiful and near perfect, and the storyline, though pretty much the same as RE4, is still great. I have no problems with the new game style except that I feel they should have done a different type of storyline, not one that was obviously copying RE4, which was pretty much the best game I have ever played on PS2. Still, apart from that, I have no other faults to pick with this game. Seeing Chris and Jill again, and also Wesker, made the game even better for me. Sheva, the new character, is also great, I took a liking to her almost at once. Seeing Chris and Jill, and Chris and Wesker together in a new game is brilliant and I praise the makers of the game for doing this for us. The enemies, boss enemies and locations in this game are also great fun. I can't really say that there is a part of this game I didn't enjoy. The only thing I would like to say in closing is that I hope the next game (if there is one) chooses a completely different type of story, without the Las Plagas. I would really like to keep the new game engine though, since I really enjoy it. 8/10


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