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The original Resident Evil remains one of the PlayStation's most successful games. It was so popular, in fact, that it inspired a slew of similar horror-themed action/adventure games for the system. And while many would cite Resident Evil as the originator of this formula, the fact is that the lot of these games took their blueprint from a PC game, Infogrames' H.P. Lovecraft-inspired Alone in the Dark. Resident Evil 2 is no exception, following the familiar formula of suspense achieved through changing perspective and cinematic camera angles. Its PC lineage may explain why Resident Evil 2 makes a successful jump from the PlayStation, but only if you can accept some decidedly foreign design conventions inherent to console games.

Resident Evil 2 begins shortly after the first one ended. Raccoon City has been overrun by the zombies created by the unscrupulous Umbrella corporation. While the heroes of the first game are absent from the story-driven portion of Resident Evil 2, you still have your choice of two characters. Actually, it isn't much of a choice. To finish the game, you must play through each section as both characters.

Most of Resident Evil 2 takes place in the Raccoon City Police Station, where both Leon and Claire have taken refuge from the zombie infestation. Inside, you'll solve a variety of puzzles, which mostly involve finding keys to unlock previously inaccessible areas. The puzzles are simple, and you'll find yourself sliding blocks onto pressure plates and fitting medallions into their resting places. Likewise, the action, while graphic in content, is somewhat on the light side. You just point your character in the general vicinity of a zombie and fire your weapon.

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Since this game was originaly made during the FAT32 era you have to have a fat32 partition to save this game to, an easy way to do this is to Install the games then locate the save directory and set a shortcut it to a small USB flash drive since they are formatted in FAT32 or install teh game to a fat 32 USB stick... easy.

Part1 - Claires CD
Part2 - Patches
Part3 - Leons CD


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(12 Comments) Latest comment was 6 months ago
sinsic30 View Profile
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3 years ago
wow crub - nice :-)
CurbsidePharmacist View Profile
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3 years ago
I did not want to tamper with the ISO files or i could have added the no cd files to each disk but there is a bunch of crap you gotta do to No CD the game properly, i would just use a virtual drive.
sinsic30 View Profile
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3 years ago
this is perfect for me, i have a pentium 3 with windows 98se - and i use it just for old school gameing... this will make a nice addtion :-O
CurbsidePharmacist View Profile
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2 years ago
works for me, BTW use the forums to report problems
freeformaniak View Profile
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2 years ago
didnt even know you this on pc think il stick to the ps1 version for ease of saving though
Noah120 2 years ago
Now I need to copy this too one of my USB drives and I can play :)

Thanks for the upload Curb!
Noah120 2 years ago
Just wondering, what is the pourpse of the patches if I don't have a Nvidia TNT chipset?
squidninja View Profile
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11 months ago
When I played the first one, it was the Gamecube REmake, so looking at this feels like I'm taking a step back
Zerohour2k12 View Profile
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9 months ago
so after i installed the game on usb.... i can copy the whole game to my pc and play it there???
donkeymilk View Profile
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6 months ago
I think he meant ,usb is just for save files.
U need a usb that is formatted to fat32 ,and you use that the the save directory..
Coz it is likely that your harddrive is formatted to the ntfs filesystem.
donkeymilk View Profile
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6 months ago
If by chance you are running winxp on a fat32 formatted hard drive then u don't need a usb for game saves
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6 months ago
Though remember fat32 formatted hard drives can't handle files bigger than 4gb.
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