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Resident Evil Code: Veronica

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Original Release Date: 03/02/2000

Platforms: Dreamcast, Gamecube, PS2, PS3, Xbox 360.

Genre: Survival Horror.






Resident Evil – Code: Veronica, known in Japan as Biohazard Code: Veronica,[a] is a survival horror video game developed by Capcom. It is the fourth major instalment in the main Resident Evil series and was originally released for the Dreamcast in 2000. It was the first title in the Resident Evil series to debut on a non-Sony platform, in contrast to the first three instalments which were originally released on the PlayStation. The story follows Claire Redfield, her brother Chris Redfield, and Steve Burnside in their efforts to survive a viral outbreak at both a remote prison island in the Southern Ocean and a research facility in Antarctica. The game retains the survival horror elements from previous instalments in the series such as the use of puzzles and guns. Unlike the traditional pre-rendered backgrounds of previous games, Code: Veronica incorporates real-time 3D environments and camera movement for the first time.

Code: Veronica was developed in tandem with Resident Evil 3: Nemesis. Although not a numbered release, the developers describe the game as the true sequel to Resident Evil 2. Code: Veronica has received critical acclaim, and has been considered both among the best Resident Evil and Dreamcast games of all-time. An updated version of the game, titled Code: Veronica X,[b] includes new cutscenes along with mild graphical changes. This revision was released for the Dreamcast in Japan and for the PlayStation 2 worldwide in 2001, eventually being ported to the GameCube in 2003. A high-definition remaster was released for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in 2011.

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