Rebecca Chambers and convicted criminal Billy Coen explore an abandoned training facility for employees of the pharmaceutical company Umbrella.

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One day before the infamous mansion incident, Rebecca Chambers, the only surviving member of the Bravo team of the S.T.A.R.S. organization, is sent in with the rest of the Bravos, to a remote location in Raccoon Forest where they discover a burning wagon off in the distance, and a mysterious train, the team splits up and heads in two directions, Rebecca heading for the train. They went in to find answers to the brutal "cannibal murders" but what they discover is a conspiracy that they never could've imagined. Written by Special Agent Hunk

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Before the Mansion. Before the disaster. Evil is Born See more »


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12 November 2002 (USA)  »

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Resident Evil Ø  »

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The official prequel to the Resident Evil series, which took over the spot for the first Resident Evil movie (2001). See more »

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During the game's opening of the Bravo Team, Rebecca's pistol has a flashlight attachment on it. During the game however, the flashlight attachment disappears completely. See more »

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Billy Coen: Hey, Queenie! Feast on this!
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Followed by Resident Evil 4 (2005) See more »

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Better than the first Resident Evil for Gamecube
29 December 2002 | by See all my reviews

This is the second RE game that I have played (the first one being the REmake), and I found this one to be better than it in every way, except story, where they are equal. One of the things that I like is that there are many more cut-scenes in this game and they look very well done, and do not stutter like the ones in the REmake. The in-game graphics are good to, and they add to the creepiness of the game, along with the eerie music and scary new monsters. I also found that the voice acting was better than the REmake's. It is much more fun to play since you control the two main characters, Rebecca and Billy, at once and I like the fact that you can drop items in this game, since I found the item boxes in the REmake very frustrating since I kept having to run back to them in order to dump all my useless items. Although the game is slightly shorter than the REmake, it is still more fun to play and it has a lot of replay value. I was a bit disappointed with the extras though, since the only good things that you can unlock that are cool are the new weapons. This game also has more weapons and monsters than the REmake, but not as many extras. Overall, it is better than the REmake, and a very good game, and I can't wait for Resident Evil 4.

Graphics:10 Sound:9 Gameplay:8 Replay:6 Overall:9


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