(written by Theblackyak) Added on: 13 Oct 2011
With video games, movies, comics and action figures detailing the popularity of the Resident Evil series, it is no great surprise that Resident Evil: Code: Veronica was one of the more popular Dreamcast exclusives to hit the market. Developed by Capcom and NexTech and published by Capcom for the Sega Dreamcaset at the turn of the century, Resident Evil: Code: Veronica is another in the ever increasing stable of survival horror themed games and the Resident Evil series.
Resident Evil: Code: Veronica is an action game with an emphasis on puzzle solving. It had an ESRB rating of Mature for creepy content, gore and other situations. Though it is for mature audiences only, Resident Evil: Code: Veronica and Claire Redfield, the protagonist of many of the series’ games, is still a best seller.
In this installment of the Resident Evil saga, Claire Redfield is still trying to find Chris. While snooping around in a place she shouldn’t be, she is knocked out, taken prisoner and finds herself in a prison on a remote island when she comes to. She is fortuitously freed by a friendly guard as the island is under attack by unknown forces. To make matters worse, the T-Virus has reared its ugly head again and she is going to have to face the reanimated dead, which are reanimating her nightmares.