Resident Evil Survivor 2 Code: Veronica transfers the action to a first person perspective, placing gamers even closer to unknown terrors. Taking control of either Claire Redfield or Steve Burnside, you’ll find two distinct gameplay modes: Dungeon and Arcade. Both modes offer light gun support, although the game can be played using the standard DualShock 2 controller.
In Arcade Mode, the aim is simple: escape from Rockfort Island by dispatching an assortment of mutants, from Zombies to the deadly Bandersnatch and Nemesis, finding each stage’s key and defeating the boss character lurking in the area it opens within a defined time limit. If you find things too tricky, assistance is available in the shape of the Partner System, which allows players to team up with a computer-controlled character to provide cover when the action heats up. Without the assistance of a partner, Dungeon Mode pits players against successive waves of enemies. Completion of a mission is once again determined by defeating a boss, but the more zombies and mutants defeated the greater the overall mission score. Time is also crucial in this mode. Each time an enemy is defeated a Combo gauge appears and the player must defeat another enemy before this gauge runs out in order to receive an additional combo score. If players are quick and accurate enough then the combo will keep multiplying resulting in some huge scores. To compensate for the lack of a partner, both Claire and Steve can select three weapons to take on the waiting zombies. Some weapons can be chosen by both Claire and Steve, while others such as the Magnum or the Grenade launcher are restricted to an individual character.
Shooting game set in the world of Resident Evil Code: Veronica
Play as Claire Redfield or Steve Burnside
Arcade and Dungeon modes
Best played with a Light Gun Sold Separately
This title has been rated Ages 16 and Over