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resident evil 0 zero

Resident Evil 0 HD Remaster

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Unearth the fate of S.T.A.R.S. Bravo Team, before the events of Resident Evil.

RE0 details the events aboard the Ecliptic Express, which led up to the Mansion Incident depicted in RE1. This ambitious prequel featured various mechanics that were new to the series, including the partner zapping system which allows players to switch between the two protagonists on the fly.

Wesker Mode* lets you experience the game in a whole new way by introducing series antagonist Albert Wesker as a playable character, complete with his superhuman powers.
*The Wesker Mode featured in this version is identical to the Wesker Mode that was included in the previous versions of RE0 HD that were released for other platforms.
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In the year 1998, the Raccoon City Police Department dispatched their elite unit S.T.A.R.S. Bravo Team to investigate a series of bizarre murders on the outskirts of the Midwestern city.

While en route, the team's helicopter is forced to make an emergency landing falling a sudden engine failure. The team set out from the crash site only to discover that the forest where they landed hid an overturned military vehicle, dead soldiers, and orders for the transport of Billy Coen, a prisoner who had been sentenced to death.

As the team continue their search of the area, rookie member Rebecca Chambers discovers a passenger train. Seeing no signs of life, she steps on board...
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