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Resident Evil Archives: Resident Evil Zero

by Capcom
Nintendo Wii
 Mature
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • ESRB Rating: Mature Mature
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Resident Evil Archives: Resident Evil Zero brings to life the original GameCube version of the classic single player survival/horror classic Resident Evil Zero for players on Wii. A prequel to the events of the original Resident Evil game, Zero allows players to control both playable characters STARS medic Rebecca Chambers and condemned military convict Billy Coen as they discover the original evil of the Umbrella Corporation's T-virus and are forced to battle the zombies, mutated spiders, scorpions and leeches that are its result. The game is a direct port of the original GameCube version with added Wii Remote/Nunchuk, Classic Controller, or the GameCube controller support.

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Return to the beginning in this retelling of the original Resident Evil prequel.
Resident Evil Archives: Resident Evil Zero takes you to the beginning of it all. In the mountains surrounding Raccoon City lurks something so vile, so horrible, that it would revile the bravest of men. Sent in to investigate a series of awful murders, S.T.A.R.S Bravo Team gets into the middle of it all when their helicopter crashes into the mountains. Starring Rebecca Chambers, and a new character Billy Coen, Resident Evil Zero is a prequel to Resident Evil 1. Explore new areas of Raccoon City, and search to uncover the secrets of the T-Virus. Control both characters simultaneously, switching between back and forth and splitting up to solve new puzzles.

Key Game Features

  • Prequel to the Blockbuster Franchise - See where it all began in the prequel to the ultimate survival horror series Resident Evil.
  • Two Character Nightmarish Action - Play as rookie cop, Rebecca Chambers and escaped convict on the run, Billy Cowen.
  • Partner Zapping System - Multiple play options as you switch between each character in the blink of an eye.
  • Classic Horror/Survival Gaming - Explore the most terrifyingly real gaming experience, pioneered by the Resident Evil franchise.
  • Engaging Action at an Affordable Price - As with all Resident Evil Archive releases Resident Evil Archive: Resident Evil Zero features the convenience of play on the Wii, at an affordable price.
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Both playable characters fighting together in Resident Evil Archive: Resident Evil Zero
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Battling zombies alone in a train compartment in Resident Evil Archive: Resident Evil Zero
Classic horror gameplay.
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Battling huge mutated bugs in Resident Evil Archive: Resident Evil Zero
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Resident Evil Archives: Resident Evil Zero [Nintendo Wii] For the Nintendo Wii

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5.0 out of 5 stars A genuine survival horror game. Jan. 9 2012
By Mr. C
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This game is one of the few real Survival Horror and of the best Resident Evil games which is often overlook. The partner zapping system is perfectly done and balanced. Great game overall!
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Amazon.com: 4.0 out of 5 stars  26 reviews
33 of 38 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Resident Evil Zero Archives Dec 14 2009
By April Franzini - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
If you have the GameCube version, do not waste your money unless you are a major collector!! That being said...This game still rocks! I have been playing this game for a very long time, and I never get bored with it. THis game is very creepy, and atmospheric. Lots of fun! I really dig the co-op play in this game. You can control both Billy and Rebecca, and you can also exchange items. I also love the fact that you can drop an item and come back for it later (if you lack inventory space). This game has it all (in my opinion). If you love killing zombies, you will enjoy playing RE games (espcially this one).
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Scariest, most challenging game of the Resident Evil series Oct. 14 2010
By NickBec - Published on Amazon.com
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Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
With the latest Resident Evil games, the formula has changed. Gone are the days of intriguing puzzle solving and true SURVIVAL horror. Resident Evil Zero sticks to the original survival horror formula, which is guaranteed to have you biting at your fingernails. The Wii controls consist of the the Wii controller and the Nun-chuck, which after a little getting used to become rather natural, and quite honestly, fun. The graphics, although slightly aged by today's latest standards, are non the less beautiful and captivating. With a component video cable for your HD TV, the quality can be slightly improved; however, the game will stretch the game image rather than truly portray it in full 480p wide-screen. Through a receiver with Pro-Logic sound capabilities, one can play the game in surround sound, which although not the same quality as true 5.1 encoded sound, is still very successful at keeping the player immersed with all kinds of scary sounds (lightning, zombie moans, etc.) If you would like the benefits of simulated surround sound, a fresh approach to controls, and happen to own a Wii, then this is definitely a good purchase. If you already own this game on the GameCube, then I would refrain, since it's the same game without a few hardware (not software) perks.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Second best Resident Evil & super challenging July 10 2013
By Dave Chu - Published on Amazon.com
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Reviewers have whined about the controls, to the limited inventory space, to loading screens between each room (whatever they could pick at). All their complaints are really unintelligent. The limited inventory is supposed to be part of the challenge so you have to be careful what you decide to keep & take with you. You can leave objects on the floor & they will stay there till you come back. Loading screens is because the backgrounds are pre-rendered meaning static portraits not 3d so there's no way to walk thru a door & have it seemlessy transition because they aren't polygons. In my opinion the newer Resident Evils are shooting galleries. They're easy with no thought or inventory management, no puzzles, no "survival" aspect. In the new games you can shoot a knee cap, then do a kick that knocks groups of enemies back which is just absurd. In this one it's not about aiming a bullet but deciding how many to use on what bad guy in which room. Saving bullets, knowing not to carry save game items when not near the save points, having to give an item to your second character that you can switch to at anytime. You can simultaneously move your second character with the C-stick.
The only thing to consider is it would benefit from a faster method of giving items between your two characters like throwing them across the room or sliding them on the floor. This one is also technically inferior than Resident Evil 1 remake because the zombies don't break thru doors & continue chasing you.

Point is both Resident Evil 1 is better, next is Zero, 3rd is Resident Evil 4. And that's just reality because look at the prices on Amazon. The remakes are worth more than any of the recent releases 4-6. This game is more challenging & doesn't give you hints or make situations easy. You have to figure it out. I definitely recommend this game.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Game.... June 7 2012
By Sebastian - Published on Amazon.com
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Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
I Like this game is really fun. It would be better if they had add the same movements to the caracters that Resindent Evil 4 has... but as everything that comes from Capcom this is a nice video game.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars its aight April 23 2012
By Fernando Palacios - Published on Amazon.com
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
i bought this game when i realized it was no longer in my collection, i probably let someone borrow it and never got it back. anyways its another release, works great, works with the nunchuk and wiimote,no motion controlls just the buttons on them, and the original gamecube gontroller. my only gripe is that it renders the game in 4:3 aspect ration while on the game cube i could stretch the image to 16:9 ratio. o well live and learn, anyways the game looks just fine on an sd tv, nothing else to say.
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