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06/10/07
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
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PLAYERS 1- 1 
PUBLISHER Capcom 
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M Contains Blood and Gore, Violence

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                                                         RESIDENT EVIL: ZERO

This game is funniest RE of all, because you play with 2 charters at the same time. In the game you play with Rebecca Chambers (member of s.t.a.r.s bravo team) and Billy Coen (a prisoner that was suppose to be executed).
The charter differences are great and somehow realistic. While Billy is the strong one and can push crates and heavy objects and can withstand a lot of punishment, Rebecca is the weak, but can mix herbs. So both charters are important.  The gaming areas are really cool. You play in a train, mansion, umbrella factory and so on. The music in the game is creepy as always and it makes player really nervous.
Because there are 2 charters the game is not creepy as before but sometimes your charters have to separate, and then you are all alone in the T-virus infested enviroment.
Weapons selection in this game is really good and now it includes even molotov coctail, which is my favourite. Its good too that you can throw your stuff to ground and you can pick them up afterwards and there is no more magic item box . There is also some new enemies besides the classic RE enemies, like leeches, leech zombies, plague crawlers and so on...

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