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Biohazard The Stories
Biohazard: The Stories is a collection of 15 entirely new zombie-hunting scenarios, all of which fit seamlessly into the Biohazard story continuum, despite their formulation for the mobile platform. After beginning a new game and choosing a character (Jill, in our case), you can shoose how many missions you'd like to play. Additional missions will be unlocked for download as you progress through the game.
Biohazard: The Stories' is a surprisingly accurate simulacrum of the early Biohazard/Resident Evil games for the PlayStation in terms of gameplay and scope, focusing on the exploration of dilapidated mansions and dank basements--all of which are infested with zombies and other nasty creatures. Biohazard: The Stories uses the same fixed, third-person camera angles as its counterparts, and it switches seamlessly between viewpoints as your character cautiously navigates the game's not-so-empty hallways. Wisely, Capcom has simplified the controls for mobile play, especially in terms of aiming: When enemies pop up out of nowhere, you can simply hold down the right soft key to lock on to a target and blaze away with the action key.
The game is also unexpectedly accurate from a graphical standpoint, as its visuals are only slightly grainier than PlayStation quality. More impressively, Biohazard: The Stories puts out a very respectable frame rate of about 25 frames per second on a typical FOMA handset. This means that the all-important atmospheric characteristics of the Biohazard series--long periods of inactivity, broken up by abrupt confrontations with the forces of darkness--have made it into the game intact.
Biohazard The Missions
Biohazard The Operations
Now out in Japan is Biohazard: Operations, a sequel to Resident Evil: The Missions with enhanced graphics. The goal of the game is to get Chris or Jill through the rooms as fast as possible so you spend a minute or less in each area. If you get through an operation quickly you might be rewarded with better weapons like the flame thrower and a shotgun. That sure beats being restricted to a few bullets and the survival knife. Considering Capcom released Resident Evil: Mobile in North America a few months after it came out in Japan we should get Biohazard: Operations pretty soon.
Biohazard The Episodes
By utilizing the cutting edge 3D capabilities of the 903i, it is now possible to express the dreadful ambiance of the Resident Evil world on a mobile phone! The spectacular visuals will strike true fear into the hearts of gamers. Clear the missions and protect Raccoon City!
Resident Evil 4 Mobile
Resident Evil Afterlife