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Resident Evil: Director's Cut

Resident Evil: Director's Cut (PSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation
Genre: Action Adventure (Survival Horror)
Developer: Capcom
AKA: Bio Hazard: Director's Cut (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
09/30/1997
EU
12/10/1997
JP
09/25/1997

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Staff Reviews

Resident Evil: Director's Cut review

Reviewed October 30, 2009

Sho says: "The game that put Shinji Mikami on the map may owe an obvious debt to the creepy Cthulhu-conjuring madness of Alone in the Dark, but there's a reason that his own franchise went on to become an unstoppable money-making juggernaut while its predecessor slipped away into obscurity."
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Reader Reviews

Resident Evil: Director's Cut review

Reviewed October 06, 2004

eddy555 says: "The first survival horror game was called Alone in the dar... *gets shot* "
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