History of Game

Resident Evil - A History of the Game



The feeling of making a zombie's head explode with a well aimed blast from a shot gun is worth a million bucks - and gamers know that no game in the market provides this experience quite as well as Resident Evil. Resident Evil also known as Biohazard in Japan has been developed by Capcom. The game essentially belongs to the survival horror video game genre, and was originally released for the Sony PlayStation in 1996 and was later launched for PC and the Sega Saturn console.

 
A remake of the game was launched in 2002 for the Nintendo Game Cube console. The featured several significant gameplay changes, had better voice acting and improved graphics. In early 2006, Resident Evil: Deadly Silence, a Nintendo DS port of the original game was released.
 
The original Resident Evil game opens up the in fictional Racoon City, where a number of mysterious and grizzly murders have taken place. A group of unknown assailants have been attacking people in their homes, and as proved by the investigation indulging in cannibalism as well...