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Resident Evil CODE: Veronica
バイオハザード コード:ベロニカ完全版



After narrowly surviving the horrific onslaught in Raccoon City, Claire Redfield now seeks clues in search of her missing brother, Chris. The Umbrella Corporation memo read:

"CONFIDENTIAL: PHASE 1 - RACCOON CITY. TEST COMPLETE PHASE 2 - PARIS FACILITY. FULLY OPERATIONAL."


To her horror, she discovers Umbrella Corporation's insidious activities are not isolated to the reminiscent, mid-western city. Something much larger is going on here.

Flesh-eating zombies, horrific beasts and even stranger mutations have spread to a global scale! Just how far does this twisted conspiracy extend? What is Umbrella Corporation really up to? And, who is behind this bio-tech terror?



DREAMCAST

NORTH AMERICA

The North American version was the second to be released anywhere in the world, and is the original version with a shorter ending and less cut-scenes. Missing from the North American version are the difficulty modes.

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The Japanese version was the first to be released anywhere in the world, and is the original version with a shorter ending and less cut-scenes. Unique to the Japanese version are difficulty modes, VERY EASY, EASY and NORMAL.

COMPLETE EDITION

JAPAN
The Japanese version was the first to be released anywhere in the world, and is a re-release of the original Dreamcast version with ten minutes of extra footage.

PLAYSTATION 2

NORTH AMERICA

The North American version was the second to be released anywhere in the world, and is a port of the original Dreamcast version with ten minutes of extra footage.

JAPAN
The Japanese version was the first to be released anywhere in the world, and is a port of the original Dreamcast version with ten minutes of extra footage. Exclusive to the PlayStation 2 version is its introduction sequence, which is in all CG.

GAMECUBE

NORTH AMERICA

The North American version was the second to be released anywhere in the world, and is a port of the Dreamcast version never released in North America.

JAPAN
The Japanese version was the first to be released anywhere in the world, and is a port of the Dreamcast version (Kanzenban). Unique to the Japanese version are the difficulty modes VERY EASY, EASY and NORMAL.


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4976219555180 (JP)
4976219955850 (J - CapKore)
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INTERESTING FACTS

(Dreamcast)

1) This marks the first game in series history not to be released initially on a PlayStation platform.
 
2) This marks the first time that a limited edition release accompanied the main release. The limited edition contained a unique red slipcase with a gold angel on it.
 
3) CODE: Veronica was the first game in the main saga to contain fully 3D polygonal backgrounds, while Gun Survivor was the first game to be fully 3D.
 
4) This marks the third time in series history in which a Biohazard game was re-released with added features on the same platform as the original version.

5) In Japan, this was the second Biohazard game to be released on the Dreamcast. In North America, this was the first Resident Evil game to be released on the Dreamcast.
 
6) In Japan, the gap between CODE: Veronica and the prequel game, Gun Survivor, is the shortest in series history, at eight days.

7) If one were to count only main series releases, then the gap between CODE: Veronica and its main series prequel, Biohazard 3: Last Escape, which stands at around five months, is shortest in series history. However, the gap for North America between Resident Evil 3: Nemesis and CODE: Veronica is even shorter, at three and a half months.
 
8) In Japan, CODE: Veronica was released after Gun Survivor, while Survivor was released after CODE: Veronica. Likewise, in Japan, the Dreamcast version of Biohazard 2 Value Plus was released before CODE: Veronica, while the Dreamcast version of Resident Evil 2 was released after CODE: Veronica in North America.
 
9) A demo of CODE: Veronica was released within Biohazard 2: Value Plus for the Dreamcast. It included the first part of the game and concluded with Claire’s arrival in the Private Residence, much earlier than in the final version.

10) Claire and Chris-designed Dreamcast systems were released in Japan alongside the game. This has been the only time in NTSC series history when Biohazard-themed Dreamcast systems were released. However, there is a GameCube system in Europe with a Resident Evil 4 faceplate design.
 
11) This game, as well as its subsequent re-releases, is the only main game in the series not to have a number affixed to it.

(Complete Edition)

1) This marks the first game in series history not to be released in North America, due to the discontinuation of Dreamcast hardware production.
 
2) This marks the second time in series history when two Biohazard games were released for the first time on the same day, as the PlayStation 2 version was released on the same day as the Dreamcast version.
 
3) In Japan, this is the first and only time in series history when two versions of the same game were released on the same day.
 
4) The game features Battle Mode unlocked from the beginning.

5) This marks the fourth time in series history in which a Biohazard game was re-released with added features on the same platform as the original version.

6) In Japan, this was the fourth and final Biohazard game to be released on the Dreamcast.
 
7) This is the second time in Japanese series history (shared with the PlayStation 2 version) that a game was released directly on the series’ anniversary.

(PlayStation 2)

1) This marks the first game in series history to be released on the PlayStation 2.
 
2) This marks the second time in series history when two Biohazard games were released for the first time on the same day, as the PlayStation 2 version was released on the same day as the Dreamcast version.
 
3) This marks the third time in series history in which a Biohazard game was re-released with added features on the same platform as the original version.

4) In Japan on the same day as this game’s release, Biohazard CODE: Veronica Kanzenban was re-released along with the PlayStation editions of Biohazard, Biohazard 2 Dual Shock Version and Biohazard 3: Last Escape in the compilation set, Biohazard 5th Anniversary Nightmare Returns.
 
5) The game included a demo of Devil May Cry in both North America and Japan.
 
6) The game was re-released under the CapKore (Capcom Collection) label in Japan, and the Greatest Hits label in North America, both excluding the Devil May Cry demo.

7) This is the second time in Japanese series history (shared with the Dreamcast version) that a game was released directly on the series’ anniversary.
 
8) This game was the official celebration of the 5th Anniversary in North America, and included a gold label on the first release stating so.

9) The PlayStation 2 edition is the only version of CODE: Veronica (original and X/Kanzenban) to be on one disc.

(Gamecube)

1) The GameCube version of Biohazard CODE: Veronica Kanzenban is the fourth version of CODE: Veronica to be released in Japan. The North American is the third version of CODE: Veronica to be released in North America.
 
2) CODE: Veronica Kanzenban is the only game in the series to feature Japanese words in the title. Kanzenban (完全版) translates to “Complete Edition.”
 
3) The GameCube edition was ported over from the Dreamcast, evidenced by the presence of two discs and the introduction sequence, which was previously seen on the Dreamcast version.

4) In North America, the GameCube version officially introduced the unique introduction sequence that had been exclusive to Japan due to the lack of Dreamcast release of CODE: Veronica Kanzenban. The original Dreamcast version is unique for having voices, while the PlayStation 2 edition is unique for being all CG.
 
5) Unlike the Dreamcast version it was ported from, the GameCube edition did not have Battle Mode available from the start.

6) The gap between the releases of the game in Japan and North America is the longest in the GameCube series’ history, standing at four months.

7) In Japan, on the same day as CODE: Veronica Kanzenban’s release date, the game was released along with the GameCube editions of biohazard zero, biohazard, Biohazard 2 and Biohazard 3: Last Escape in the compilation set, Biohazard Collector’s Box, which cost 19800 Yen.
 
8) In Japan, the cover was the same as the original Dreamcast version, featuring Claire and Chris, while the Dreamcast and PlayStation 2 versions featured a map of Antarctica on their covers.
 
9) The GameCube edition in both North America and Japan contains a different voice from the other versions that says “Biohazard” (Japan) and “Resident Evil” upon selecting NEW GAME or LOAD GAME in the main menu.

10) This was the first Biohazard game to be rated by CERO in Japan. The CERO ratings are equivalent to North America’s ESRB.


 



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