The year is 1998 and the place is Raccoon City, a small, reserved town in the American Midwest. In the heavily forested surroundings of this peaceful town a series of bizarre murders have been reported to have occurred, with both increasing ferocity and rate of occurrence. When a surviving pair of hikers were discovered at the outskirts of the city and laid claims of a dozen or so attackers who feasted upon their live victims, Raccoon City's police department decide to send in the Alpha Group from their resident specialists, STARS (Special Tactics and Rescue Squad). Alpha Squad set off into the Forest by helicopter, only to lose contact with base ten minutes into their flight. Beta Squad, consisting of Marksman Chris Redfield, Escape Specialist Jill Valentine, Weapons Specialist Barry Burton and Team Leader Albert Wesker amongst others, were subsequently dispatched to investigate their colleagues' disappearance. Ten minutes into their own flight the serious malfunction on the ...
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Did You Know?
Out of the original monsters from the original version, the giant spiders are the only enemy to have a different name. They were called Web Spinners in the original, and now called Taranculas in the remake. See more
When Barry rescues Jill from the ceiling trap, he shoots the handle on the door, and pulls it open towards him. However, considering that Barry is on the outside of the room, the door should only be able to move inward, not outward. Thus, considering how low the ceiling had begun to come down, covering part of the door, Jill would not have survived. See more
You're a bit of a mess up. Chris, take a piece of the action.
After the credits, a screen shows up telling you what your play time was. Wesker's voice can be heard telling your character that you did well, which is strange he said that because in this game series, Wesker prefers Chris and Jill dead. See more
Re-mastered, in 2015, for PS3/4 and XBOX 360/One in wide-screen, surround sound, high definition, sharper picture and slight camera movements. See more
References Night of the Living Dead
by Ludwig van Beethoven See more