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Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles (2009)

Biohazard: The Darkside Chronicles (original title)
As Leon Kennedy and Jack Krauser investigate a series of disappearrances in South America, the dark history of the events of Resident Evil 2 and Code: Veronica come full circle. Could ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Paul Mercier ...
Leon S. Kennedy (voice)
Claire Redfield (voice)
Marvin Brannagh (voice)
Robert Kendo (voice)
Sherry Birkin (voice)
Alfred Ashford (voice)
Steve Burnside (voice) (as Samuel Riegel)
Alexia Ashford (voice)
Ben Bertolucci (voice)
William Birkin (voice)
Deborah Sale Butler ...
Annette Birkin (voice)
Ada Wong (voice)
Albert Wesker (voice)
Brian Irons (voice)
Chris Redfield (voice)


As Leon Kennedy and Jack Krauser investigate a series of disappearrances in South America, the dark history of the events of Resident Evil 2 and Code: Veronica come full circle. Could memories of the past help stop this latest biological terror...? Written by strife82

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The 'Game of oblivion' segment of this game is based on Resident Evil Code: Veronica X (2000) and not Resident Evil Code: Veronica X (2000), Albert Wesker only makes a very brief appearance at the end of the segment (in 'Code Veronica X', Wesker had were several physical confrontations with other characters). See more »


In the level "Game of Oblivion" scenario 2, Steve screams "who are you callin' a rat?!" His mouth never moved. See more »


Steve Burnside: What that it? I was just getting warmed up! That wasn't much of a challenge?1
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Theme Song
Conductor: Kouji Haishima (as Koji Haishima)
Synthesizer Operator: Yosuke Sugimoto (as Yousuke Sugimoto)
Strings: Takashi Kato's Group
Flute: Hideyo Takakuwa's Group
Oboe: Tomoka Hirota
Clarinet: Kimio Yamane
Fagotto: Yoshihide Kiryu
Horn: Otohiko Fujita's Group
Brass: Shigeo Okura's Groupe
Percussions: Tomoko Kusakari, Mari Kotake
Piano: Masako Hosoda
Soprano solo: Tamami Shiraishi
Chorus: Tokyo Konsei Gassyoudan
Vocals: Rachel Ferguson, Justine Suzuki
Lyrics: Margaret Lucy
Recording & Mixing Engineer: Toru Kamekawa
Vocal Recording & Mixing Engineer: Takehiko Naito
Recording & Mixing Studios: SOUND CITY CO., LTD., SOUND INN STUDIOS INC.
Recording Coordinator: Toshimi Okubo, Fumio Takano, Chizu Iwaki
Sound Manager: Masayuki Tanaka
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17 November 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Not the RE2 remake I was hoping for, but I guess I'll have to deal with it. Although I'm glad it helps covers some areas that I've been wondering about since RE4: Primarily the gap of years between Code Veronica and RE4. I was really, really, really hoping they'd go all out and remake RE2 like they did for RE: Remake for these current gen systems, but who knows... I don't know how many times Capcom covered the Mansion incident, but I really hope Leon and Claire get some Next Gen treatment. Degeneration just didn't cut it for me.

Come on, Capcom!

Where's our RE2 Remake? You know, the highest-grossing RE title you EVER MADE????!

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