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Resident Evil: Code Veronica Member Review for the DreamCast

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03/28/08
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An island full of zombies, could you ask for more. RE is taken to a new level in this installment, your not in a city anymore your on an island prison that somehow is a hidden umbrella research facility. Like all the other Resident Evil games the T-virus leaks out and infects the whole island turning everyone into flesh hounding undead zombies and you being Claire Redfield have to somehow survive the horrors that Rockfort Island throws at you. This game has great graphics and sound, it features all of the classic Resident Evil monsters and even has some new ones that are pretty scary. Re Code Veronica is also a lot longer than the original Resident Evils, and all around is a great and scary game. Overall Resident Code Veronica gets an A-.

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