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Resident Evil 3: Nemesis (PS1)

by Eidos
Platform : PlayStation
54 customer reviews

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  • The latest instalment of the greatest horror game series
  • Join Jill Valentine as she attempts to escape from Raccoon City
  • Umbrella Corporation's most horrifying plot revealed
  • Hordes of flesh-eating zombies, more terror and even more evil
  • More enemies that come back to life at any one time
  • More detailed character action: Jill can dodge, avoiding many enemies
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  • Platform:   PlayStation
  • 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: B00004YA7N
  • Product Dimensions: 0.1 x 0.1 x 0.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,608 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 14 years. For use under adult supervision

Product Description

Product Description

As Jill Valentine, you must escape from a city filled with zombies, mutants and a new nemesis. Millions of the PlayStation version have been sold and now all the horrifying action is available for the PC. Use background objects for defence and the dodge button to avoid enemy's attacks altogether. "Live Selection" allows you to make decisions which effect the story's outcome. Includes a bonus Microsoft desktop theme.

Amazon.co.uk Review

The third instalment of the series that redefined the survival horror video-game genre, Resident Evil 3: Nemesis is the best Resident Evil yet. As Jill Valentine, one of the original game's survivors, players must fight for their lives while fleeing a city overrun by hordes of zombies and other hideous creatures mutated by a sinister corporation's biotechnological virus. To make thing worse, a near-invincible monstrosity known as the Nemesis stalks Jill throughout the game, which raises the series' suspense level to an all-new high.

In addition to the constant threat of the Nemesis, Resident Evil 3 features other gameplay elements new to the series: players can now dodge attacks, perform quick 180-degree turns, and create ammunition by mixing gunpowder types. Also, the "Live Selection" feature forces players to make decisions that affect the story's direction. While none of these additions are particularly groundbreaking, Resident Evil 3 keeps the player in suspense and the action even more intense than in its predecessors, proving that more of same can be a good--make that very, very good--thing in a sequel. --Joe Hon

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By The 90's Guy on 31 Dec. 2011
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I'm amazed by the resilience of some fictional bad guys. Take Wile E. Coyote. He's too slow to catch the Road Runner, ACME keep ripping him off with dodgy gadgets, and basically he's just a silly starving fool. But he never gives up. He's always thinking of a crazy plan to catch the Road Runner; he's always got a blueprint by his side; and he's always prepared to run around with a knife and fork in his hands, even though he surely knows he's always gonna end up falling down a large chasm and crash into the rock hard ground. That's persistence, and that's the same level of persistence that the Nemesis shows in Resident Evil 3 on the PSone.

Resident Evil 3 was released on the PSone in September 1999 in Japan before being released in the UK in February 2000. The game's timeline is a little complex with the first half taking place a few hours before the events of Resident Evil 2, and the second half taking place a couple of days afterwards. The T-virus has spread all over Raccoon City and turned a vast majority of its civilians into zombies. The police, despite being locked and loaded, are outmanned and overpowered. In fact the situation is so desperate that Umbrella -the corporation that started this whole mess- have sent in armed soldiers to apparently save any people who have not been infected by the virus.

You play as Jill Valentine, the heroine of the first Resident Evil. Upon realizing that there's no hope left for Raccoon City, Jill grabs a handgun and hopes to make her "last escape" from this horrible nightmare...
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By JAMES GARNER (m.garner1@ntlworld.com) on 7 May 2001
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The long awaited sequel to the fantastic title resident evil 2. The game is set in raccoon city and the zombie situation has become uncontrolible. You play as jill valantine, the original survivor of the first resident evil, trying too too escape from the city. The game includes new fetures such as the ability too dodge a group of enemies and make your own bullets. The game also intoduces the infamous NEMESIS, an invincable bio-weapon which stalks you through out the game. Over all the game is a fantastic mix of action, gore and survival horror. well worth a weeks pocket money
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Hanno Mueller-Kalthoff on 3 Dec. 2000
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This game is - as every game in the Resident Evil series - one of the best. Atmosphere, story (in connection to the first parts), graphics, FMV sequences, music, shock effects, even everything! In contrast to the first two episodes, it is focused on only one hunter and hunted person, and does not have two stories to solve. But it is quite intelligent structured. There are some points in the game, where the player may decide, what to do (to escape the ultimate NEMESIS). And the story varies a little bit refferring to the chosen way. So changes the starting point in a new building, some rooms become accessible or locked, etc. And after all there are two different endings. But there is, too, one negative aspect on this game: IT IS MUCH TOO SHORT. Even the uninspired Dino Crisis took me more time to complete. And after solving Resident Evil 1 and 2 (with their two different characters and ways), even the famous riddles and mechanism in Resident Evil Nemesis take no longer than two minutes to be solved. That's a pity, because I found about ten places in the game, where I think, there could have been riddles or problems be put in, but there aren't (for example the defective clock near the tram ... in one of the other games, there wouldve been more...).And because there is no real conspiracy story in it (except for the two or three appearences of Nicholai), it reduces the wonder(?)ful and colorful world of Resident Evil to a run-through beat'em up. Don't misunderstand me, it's one of the best games I ever played and I loved it (I'm a true Res-Fanatic), but with less then ten hours in solving at the first time (and I didn't hurry), IT IS MUCH TOO SHORT! In this game, you cannot get stuck. It is impossible... Well, let us remember Old Eldon Tyrell (Bladerunner) then, who said something like this: "The light that burns brighter than the others, will extinguish quicker. And you have burnt quite bright for some time, Roy..."
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By - on 12 April 2007
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Resident Evil- Nemesis was the first Resident Evil game I ever played. Being very young at the time it scared the heebie jeebies out of me. A few years later I plucked up the courage to play it again and it was awesome. It is the game that got me into Resident Evil and other horror games. Challenging in both fighting and puzzle solving this game is the best for anyone who, like me, enjoys survival horrors. Buy it and buy it NOW!!!!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Max W. H. Jenkins on 15 May 2009
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Resident Evil 3: Nemesis

The thing about Resident Evil 3 is that there are effectively two different games here. When played on Hard mode it's the archetypical survival horror that you'd expect, with limited ammunition, tough enemies and fiendish puzzles. When played on Easy, it hints towards the direction that would be subsequently taken by Resident Evil 4, in that it's pretty much an all-out action fest. The starting weapon on Hard mode (a pistol) is replaced by an assault rifle, and within five minutes you stumble across a stash of pretty much every weapon you'll need. Two different ways to play, and both have incredible merit.

The major new innovation in this third installment is the titular Nemesis; a giant monstrosity hellbent on killing your character (the returning Jill Valentine). He can follow you from room-to-room, use weapons, and is generally a complete nightmare to face. Luckily, there is usually an escape route, and some of the best setpieces in the game are based around evading the Nemesis.

For those who've played previous games in the series, but were put off by Resi 4/5's rather gung-ho approach, rest assured that the classic gameplay is present and correct. Also, those who enjoyed the newer titles and are looking for a good place to start in the 'classic' trilogy, Resident Evil 3 is probably the best place to start. You needn't worry about jumping into the plot at the third game either. Whilst there is a narrative that continues through the series, I've found that each game works equally well as a standalone story.
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