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Platform: PlayStation/PSOne
Number of Discs:
2 Discs
Special Features: None
Memory Card Space:
1 Block
Compatible Accessories: None

SKU:

4976219155977 (JP)
013388210312 (NA)

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Resident Evil
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Gory attacks and unexplained disappearances brings your S.T.A.R.S. (Special Tactics and Rescue Squad) unite to investigate a remote mansion. Driven into the mansion, you are underpowered and on the run and must arm yourself with anything you can find to stay alive: knives, pistols, shotguns, flame-throwers. Solve puzzles, disarm traps and uncover mysteries while trying to survive the freaks of nature and lurking horrors to get to the source of the Resident Evil.



PLAYSTATION

NORTH AMERICA

The North American version was the second to be released anywhere in the world, and is the original version.

JAPAN
The Japanese version was the first to be released anywhere in the world, and is the original version.

SEGA SATURN

NORTH AMERICA

The North American version was the second to be released anywhere in the world, and is the original version. Unique to it is Battle Mode, a few extra enemies, extra costumes, and a golden Tyrant.

JAPAN
The Japanese version was the first to be released anywhere in the world, and is a port of the original PlayStation version. Unique to it is Battle Mode, a few extra enemies, extra costumes and a golden Tyrant.

DIRECTOR'S CUT

NORTH AMERICA

The North American version was the second to be released anywhere in the world, and is a re-release of the original version with added features.

JAPAN
The Japanese version was the first to be released anywhere in the world, and is a re-release of the original version with added features
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DIRECTOR'S CUT: DUALSHOCK

NORTH AMERICA

The North American version was the second to be released anywhere in the world, and is a re-release of the original version with added features.

JAPAN
The Japanese version was the first to be released anywhere in the world, and is a re-release of the original version with added features.


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Platform: PlayStation
Number of Discs:
1 Disc
Special Features: None
Memory Card Space:
1 Block
Compatible Accessories: None

SKU:

4976219154468 (JP)
013388210107 (NA)

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None

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Platform: Sega Saturn
Number of Discs:
1 Disc
Special Features: None
Memory Card Space:
1 Block
Compatible Accessories: None

SKU :

4976219155922 (JP)
013388210107 (NA)

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Battle Game

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Platform: PlayStation/PSOne
Number of Discs:
2 Discs
Special Features: None
Memory Card Space:
1 Block
Compatible Accessories: None

SKU:

4976219155977 (JP)
013388210312 (NA)

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Main Game Modes

New Game
Original
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Arrange

Mini Games
None


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INTERESTING FACTS

(PlayStation)

1) This was the first Biohazard and Resident Evil game released in Japan and North America.
 
2) The Japanese ending music was different from the North American one. The Japanese ending theme was a vocal performance called “Yume de Owarasenai” which roughly translates to “Cannot End with a Dream.”
 
3) The North American version first came in a classic PlayStation longbox, and then subsequent prints came in a CD jewel case. However, they have the same SKU.
 
4) In Japan on the same day as CODE: Veronica Kanzenban’s PlayStation 2 release, the original Biohazard was re-released along with the PlayStation editions of Biohazard 2: Dual Shock Version and Biohazard 3: Last Escape, and the PlayStation 2 version of Biohazard CODE: Veronica Kanzenban, in the compilation set, Biohazard 5th Anniversary Nightmare Returns.

(Sega Saturn)

1) This was the first and only Biohazard and Resident Evil game released for the Sega Saturn in Japan and North America.
 
2) The Japanese ending music was “Still Dawn.”
 
3) Some copies of the Japanese version came with the mysterious Trevor Letters, which revealed details about the architect of the mansion, George Trevor. The Letters were kept rare until they were included within the GameCube remake.
 
4) This was the second version of Biohazard/Resident Evil released in Japan and the second platform it has appeared on.

5) Until Deadly Silence’s release, the Saturn version was the only version of the original game to feature a minigame.

(Director's Cut)

1) This was the third Biohazard and Resident Evil game released in Japan and North America, and the second on the PlayStation.
 
2) The Japanese ending music was the same as the North American version’s this time.
 
3) The gap between Biohazard Director’s Cut and Resident Evil Director’s Cut is five days, making it the shortest among the PlayStation games.

(Director's Cut: DualShock)

1) This was the fifth Biohazard and Resident Evil game released in Japan and North America, and the fourth on the PlayStation.
 
2) The Japanese ending music was the same as the North American version’s this time.
 
3) Both versions came with a Resident Evil 2/Biohazard 2 demo that allowed gamers to play as Leon at the beginning of the game.

4) The Japanese version contained an extra disc that let gamers use save files for the other four Biohazard games (Biohazard, Biohazard Director’s Cut, Biohazard 2, Biohazard 2: Dual Shock Edition) that had unlocked rocket launchers, costumes, and minigames. It also contained videos of Biohazard 1.5, the first build of Biohazard 2 that was cancelled in favor of the final version.
 
5) The North American version was released only as a Greatest Hits game with a new boxart of a zombie face and a recolored logo resembling the original Japanese Director’s Cut.

6) The Japanese version’s boxart was a rendering of the mansion’s front hall from the doors, similar to the design used in the GameCube remake.

7) In Japan, this release marked the first time two Biohazard games were released together. Biohazard Director’s Cut Dual Shock was released on the same day as Biohazard 2 Dual Shock Version.



 



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