Seven years after the Raccoon City incident, a man heartbroken from losing loved ones in the destroyed city unleashes a remnant T-Virus in an airport, forcing special agent Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield, close allies and hardened survivors of the Raccoon City incident, to quell the outbreak and discover the truth behind it all.
18 October 2008 (Japan)
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Also Known As:
Resident Evil: Degeneration
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Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $403,117
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Like in the game, the CG movie comes with an entire arsenal of new and old but familiar weapons. Leon uses the same USP .45 with laser and tactical illumination as the one he used in Resident Evil 4
(2005), along with a Glock 26 for backup. The senator's bodyguards used the standard Glock 17 handguns when they shot the first zombie in the airport terminal. The standard weapon used in this CG Movie by SRT units, the soldiers and once by Leon to bring down the bridge on top of Curtis' monster ego, with the exception of Angela who uses a Custom MP5 and a Glock 26 with a compensator. The weapons used by the bad guy, Frederic Downing, is a Walther PPK (seems to be a British favorite). The airport security guy with the MP7A1, depicted in the Trailer being attacked by a zombie was nowhere to be seen in the movie. See more
The Marines in the movie are wearing ACU BDUs, a pattern used by the Army. They should be wearing MARPAT. See more
PFBC Reporter (Raccoon City)
Can you see that area behind me beneath the red-tinted sky? That is what's left of Raccoon City after the military fired a missile at it.
Followed by Resident Evil: Vendetta
Performed by Anna Tsuchiya
Lyrics by Michiko Motohashi
Music by Luca
Arrangement by CHOKUbich
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