Resident Evil: Code Veronica X - PlayStation 2

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Platform: PlayStation2

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Everything you Feared! Includes New footage - Never before seen cut scenes. Playstation 2.

Resident Evil: Code Veronica X comes with a bonus playable demo ofDevil May Cry.
Resident Evil: Code Veronica X begins as Claire Redfield leaves Raccoon City for the European headquarters of the Umbrella Corporation to search for her brother Chris and solve the mystery surrounding Umbrella Corporation's dreaded biotoxins. She is captured during her investigation and sent to a prison on a desolate island.

In Resident Evil: Code Veronica X, players control Claire at the beginning of the game, and later assume the role of Chris Redfield in their efforts to halt Umbrella's devious plans. One of the many features that make Code Veronica X different from previous Resident Evil games is the Real World System (RWS). Now when Claire affects changes to her environment (opening doors, solving puzzles, storing items), those changes remain while you play the second half of the game as Chris.

Resident Evil: Code Veronica X contains never-before-seen footage that focuses on battles between Chris and the enigmatic Wesker, and sheds new insight into the ominous Resident Evil story line. To her horror, Claire discovers Umbrella Corporation's insidious activities are not isolated to the remote Midwestern city. Flesh-eating zombies, horrific beasts, and even stranger mutations have spread on a global scale. Just how far does this twisted conspiracy extend? Nope.

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Release date August 7, 2006
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3.9 out of 5 stars 220 customer reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches
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The first Resident Evil was the main reason I bought the original Playstation back in the days of yore. Resident Evil: Code Veronica X will definitely fully justify the money I spent on the PS2. I have played the Dreamcast version of this game, and it is a genuinely scary and thrilling experience. This is, in my humble opinion, the best of the Resident Evil series thus far. This part of the Resident Evil series really shines thanks to the technological capability of a 128-bit game console. The graphic jumps out at you, both in a subtle and/or a full-blown way, and the audio just surrounds you with eerie and painful moans and screams of the inhabitants of this game. The extra that the PS2 version provides such as the extra footage, Wesker's report, and last but not least, a demo of Devil May Cry, which I think alone is enough reason to plunk down the dough for, just provides more bang for your buck. And if you really think about it, Capcom really went out of their way to entice gamers to buy this PS2 game, when I think simply porting the Dreamcast version of this game is enough to make a sale. If your a fan of this series, there is no need for me to tell you to get this game. If you never had the pleasure of playing any Resident Evil game before, this game will be one hell of an introduction. If you were like me a couple years ago who thought the Resident Evil series was getting stale, this game will once again make you a believer. Excelsior.
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By A Customer on July 25, 2001
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I have this game for DC and it was the best Resident Evil to date. Don't listen to the guy whos said the the Movies and gameplay are boring. Well they are not boring at all the CG cutscenes are the best that i've seen, and i have played all the Final Fantasy games. During the CG they have alot of action like one sequence when Claire sees a guy in a locked room through a glass and she can't get the door open, then something takes his head and smashes it up against the window and blood splashes everywhere. The gameplay has alot of twist and turns in it and never get's dull, once your done with one part of the story it makes a huge @ss turn and goes somewhere else. The Graphics are the best that i have seen, EVER!!!! The fully 3D backgrounds, instead of those crappy pre-rendered backrounds in past RE games, set the mood so good, It's scary. From the Time you meet Steve Burnside till the end of the game you are hooked. And you meet steve within about 2 minutes of the game. Any ps2 owner should have this game. I'm getting it cuz of the 10 minutes of extra scenes and the the Weskers Report DVD. The guy who said spend your money elsewhere is stupid, Spend your well earned Money on Resident Evil CODE: Veronica X!!!!!!!!!
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Resident Evil- Code Veronica X
This is the fourth game in the main series of Resident Evil. Code Veronica X is probably my second favorite in the series, following Resident Evil 2. This game is a port from the Dreamcast version named Resident Evil- Code Veronica. The PS2 version I am reviewing is not very different. I have not played the Dreamcast version though, so I will not comment on the differences. If you are looking to get into Resident Evil, this is an awkward place to start. While you are given a background on the characters, they are still characters that are established in other games. I would suggest Resident Evil 1 or Resident Evil 2 before purchasing this one. After that, you need to add this to your collection.

Graphics- 7/10
Remember that this is a Dreamcast Port. Do not expect these graphics to be pushing the Playstation 2's processing power. The graphics are much enhanced from the previous titles in this series. All characters are shaped out nicely. Every character can be distinguished from one another with ease. All T-Virus infected monsters look good. I am saddened by the absence of the Licker, but the Hunter more than made up for it.

The camera angles return in this game. Those of you who hate fixed camera angles are going to want to avoid this game. However, the camera now moves with you through an angle, which could prevent you from feeling ill or running into the undead. Due to the fixed camera angles, you never miss special items and always get a great graphical background. The backgrounds are better than they have ever been.
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Those who loved, and enjoyed beating, the original Code: Veronica for the Dreamcast really shouldn't bother with this PS2 edition, which isn't really all that of a special edition. The only differences are that the graphics have been tweaked a little (although there are parts of the game where some of the graphics are rather choppy and are outshined by the DC version), and additional cut scenes that explain some plot holes from the original version. Other than that this is still a great game, but if you played the original Code: Veronica this really won't do much for you. All in all, if you've never played Code: Veronica before and you own a PS2, this is a good addition to your game library, but if you own the original version there is no point in getting this.
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