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Resident Evil (GameCube)

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Title Screen

Resident Evil

Also known as: Biohazard (Japan)
Developer: Capcom
Publisher: Capcom
Platform: GameCube
Released in JP: March 22, 2002
Released in US: April 30, 2002
Released in EU: September 13, 2002

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RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

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Prerelease footage

The original survivor horror redone for the GameCube, fixing loads of problems the original game had (including the original "dialogue"), and overall making the game look prettier. This version of the game would be used in all ports of the game on newer systems after.

Sound Driver Error Text

Hidden inside start.dol:

snddrv: ver:1.36  Mar 22 2002 14:22:55
Sound driver has Halted
snddrv: Error: unkown effect algorythm  Aux A
snddrv: Error: unkown effect algorythm  Aux B
Fail to allocate maxARAMBlocks
Fail to allocate gSESlot.slot
Fail to allocate gSsZeroBuffer
snddrv: Error:
snddrv: Error: string over flow at CpSoundDriverHalt()

Regional Differences

Title Screen

Japan International
Biohazard gb title.png Resident evil gb title.png

Not only does the Japanese title screen say biohazard, using a different font than the US version, but also the eye in the background is different as well. Also, there's an added bit of copyright info for Capcom U.S.A. in the US version for obvious reasons.

Infinite Grenade Rounds

In the original release Japanese and US copies of the game, there is a glitch that lets the player obtain an infinite amount of Grenade Rounds. The European version, revisions of the US and Japanese version, (e.g. US Player's choice version for instance) and all later ports of the game fixed this glitch. The following is a step-by-step guide for the glitch to work:

  1. Put all items in item box
  2. Put Grenade Launcher in upper-left item slot
  3. Put Grenade Rounds in upper-right item slot
  4. Close box
  5. Open inventory
  6. Equip Grenade Launcher
  7. Open box
  8. Select Grenade Rounds from inventory
  9. Press A twice
  10. Move cursor to Grenade Rounds inside box
  11. Press A twice