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Resident Evil 2 (GameCube)

by Capcom
Platform : GameCube
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40 customer reviews

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  • Survival horror game
  • 2 separate adventures
  • Play as either Claire Redfield or police officer Leon Kennedy
  • Adjustable skill levels
  • For 1 player
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Game Information

  • Platform: GameCube
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 15 years and over Suitable for 15 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 15. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 15 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B0000942RA
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 13.5 x 1.5 cm ; 136 g
  • Release Date: 30 May 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 7,706 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Product Description

Fully complete with paper manual (PAL) version

Manufacturer's Description

Can you survive the horror? One of the most terrifying survival horror games of all time, Resident Evil 2, comes to the GameCube. In chapter one, the case of the disastrous T-virus outbreak, a mutagenic toxin for use in biological weapons, was eventually closed--but the experiments were far from over. Now a new virus runs rampant. Control the destiny of Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield as their nightmare begins when a biotech terror unleashes itself in Raccoon City. If the suspense doesn't kill you, something else will. The game features two separate adventures--play as Leon or Claire in an all out struggle for survival--and is loaded with hidden items and vital information about the Resident Evil saga; you can adjust the intensity of the game according to your skill and experience.

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Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By "liam_dempsey2" on 15 May 2003
I'm a pretty big Resident Evil fan, so when I heard about the Resident Evil remake for the GameCube, I was pretty excited. Bought that, loved it and sat patiently waiting for RE2.
That's when things took a (slight) turn for the worst. RE2 is a direct port from the PlayStation original, but this isn't necessarily a bad thing. The game itself is excellent as games go, but trouble arises because you may already have this game on another console. If you do, then there's nothing new for you; only die hard fans and those wishing to complete their collection need buy it.
On the other hand, if you're new to the Resident Evil series (Hi, welcome back from Mars) or have just recently discovered it, then it will prove a worthy purchase. The game is well able to hold it's own alongside most GameCube games (it's a timeless classic) and it provides a great challenge. Because it's ported from a 32-bit console, you would be forgive for assuming the worst regarding graphics, but this game is actually graphically more impressive than some GameCube games! Soundwise, the game is pretty good; it helps crate and maintain the creepy atmosphere. The controls are chunky, just the way Resident Evil should be and the plot is engrossing and interesting.
Overall, it's well worth a look for people new to the series, but I'd be hesitant buying it if you already own another version.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Paul McNamee TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 5 Aug. 2008
Resident Evil 2 is so good that I recently played through it three times in one sitting (one of the few benefits of unemployment is the abundance of free time). From the opening FMVs and that first awesome section dashing through Raccoon City ("the next thing I knew, the entire city was infested with zombies") through to the Police Headquarters, cavernous sewers and the then-traditional laboratory-set ending, this game exudes quality through and through.

While some were put off by it, the Resident Evil control system was in my mind perfect, and only improved upon in Resident Evil 4 (which much of contemporary gaming owes A LOT to). The soundtrack is incredible, with each and every scene scored with the perfect blend of atmosphere and action, or whichever was necessary. The sound effects are excellent, a huge step up from the somewhat comical zombies or the first game, now moaning discomfortingly rather than hilariously. The graphics are of course hugely dated, but you can't fault the design of the game. Enemy characters shuffle and shamble realistically, speeding up when their prey is within range, clawing along the floor when they've parted way with their legs and taking bullets with more than a mere step back, another leap from the arms-outstretched grey (!) zombies of before. While the backgrounds are pre-rendered in 2D, each is totally eerie, cold and at times genuinely upsetting when it comes to life-like quality. The undead-dominated world of Resident Evil 2 makes for a very oppressive feel indeed.

Also of note is the voice acting, which is for the most part still rubbish, but again a vast improvement over the first. Sadly, the live action scenes are gone too, but it all adds up to make RE2 a much more serious game than its progenitor.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mikeyr101 on 10 Feb. 2004
You'd have thought that, after such a successful re-release of the Original game Resident Evil, Capcom would do the same for its sequels. Sorry - no such luck. This release is almost a direct port of the original one, and doesn't really use the power of the cube to its full capability. It's a shame, but that said this is no great loss because its gameplay and replay value still outclass most newly released titles.
This game isn't like the original, with its dark corridors and scarce ammo supply. RE2 takes you into the streets of Raccoon City before leading you through the devastated Police Station, the dank spider-infested sewers and Umbrella's secret research facility. Instead of a ominous, lonely trek through dark places, this adventure is more of a running battle against mounting odds. It demands more careful use of ammo stores, and bigger and better guns, because against some of these creatures an old boomstick just doesn't cut it any more.
What I really, REALLY like about this game is the fact that each of our two characters, having been seperated at the start of the game, has their own story and journey to follow. So it follows that if you play as Claire in the first game and take out a wall using explosives, when you finish and restart as Leon he will be able to access this area too. The way that parts of the story interweave with each other is pure brilliance, and you'll find that the second time you complete the game, it's not quite done with you yet...
So what can be said about this title? Ok, it's old. Its graphics aren't on the same level as the REmake, or Resident Evil Zero. But at the end of the day, so what?
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 30 Jan. 2005
I feel that this is a very underrated game, because contrary to popular belief it is NOT a direct port of the PS original but infact the rare Dual Shock version!
The differences being:
Obviously the dual shock feature and analogue control but also...
The graphics to me look better (though only slightly).
The 4th survivor games now have a timer and new artwork on completion.
An U/L ammo cheat is available from the menu like on the original Directors Cut.
Different costumes may be available.
There is an ability to aquire an S rank.
But by far and away the best bit has to be the Extreme Battle Mode, which will be very familiar to Ressie fans and also gives the player the ability to play as Ada Wong or even Chris Redfield!
The game itself is one of the best resident evils and is one of the few with the 'jump' factor which the newer ones seem to be lacking (i.e.Rebirth & Zero). The scenery is very Assault on Precinct 13esque.
Maybe the only other version worth getting is the N64 one for the extra files and costumes.
The only criticism I can level at it is the graphics but particularly, as is mentioned by an other reviewer, leaving out the 180 degree turn is scandalous!
With this being only 20 quid or under now, I would REALLY recommend it to someone who either hasn't played it yet, or is still playing it 7 years after its launch (like me) and wants to play the battle mode.
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