It has an extended scene or two and an extra report file (from that frosty blond guy) that’s about it.Evaldas said:I have no possibilities to play the PS2 version of this game, so I decided to buy a cheaper Dreamcast version. Will I miss much?
Well I'm not a gamecube owner, and I am not planning on buying one, perhaps I'll consider buying one when they are really cheap, just like DC games now are But RE 2 and 3 have been ported to the DC so I'll try to get RE 2 first. Is 3 as good as well?Evaldas said:The first RE was my very first PSX game. Before it I thought computer games were just a silly waste of time. Actually I never "went out" of RE since I am mostly interested in survival horror games and I can hardly stand other sorts. That is why after these long thrilling nights of playing Resident Evil 1 (when opening every door in the mansion seemed worth of bravery award as moaning zombies and dogs jumping out of sudden, unsolvable puzzles and limited ammunition would send a chill down my spine) I am inflamed with desire to play RE:CV. I got addicted to survival horror and I tend to grow fond of any game of this genre no matter how badly it is rated.
It is a sin not to have played Resident Evil! You should immediately at least try all the parts of this game, Cid Highwind, but if you are not a passionate fan of survival horror, I would suggest you the GameCube versions. From a point of view of graphics you shouldn't be dissapointed, at least for the "remastered" RE1. And only if you like them, take the "RE: Survivor" that would definitely dissapoint you if you didn't like the previous parts.
I agree :thumb:Kaiser Sigma said:As far as I am concerned CV doesn't come even close to RE2 which is way older than CV...