You can't call yourself a Resident Evil fan if you haven't got your hands on this one.

User Rating: 9 | BioHazard: Code Veronica (Limited Edition) DC
High Points: Camera angles are finally fixed, excellent use of VMU for viewing health status, excellent selection of weapons, good story, just soooo fun.

Low Points: Constantly wasting ammo can be unforgiving, very easy to get lost, voice acting takes a step back, Mega Man-difficult, HOW MANY TIMES CAN I COMPLAIN ABOUT THE OVERPOWERED BOSSES?!

After the first 3 Resident Evil games on the PSone, how could Capcom possibly improve the RE formula? In 2000, They gave us Resident Evil: Code Veronica for Sega's lovely Dreamcast. Code Veronica is a kick-ass old school Resident Evil game and is so worth picking up. Taking place after Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, Claire Redfield searches for her brother Chris in Europe but winds up in the wrong place at the right time as she finds out that the evil Ashford family is working with Umbrella Corp. to continue Umbrella's evil deeds after the Raccoon City incident. Claire must do everything it takes to survive and of course, save the world. The gameplay is still typical Resident Evil, where you must conserve your resources, solve puzzles, and excellent choices of weapons like shotguns, magnum pythons, handguns, a shotgun, grenade launcher and some sub-machine guns. This RE game is long, spanning 2 discs and 2 locations: Rockfort Island and Antartica. Code Veronica is not without problems, however. This is the hardest RE game of them all. You will have a rough time trying to conserve resources as there are so much enemies and very few item boxes to store items. The voice acting has taken a step back from RE3: Nemesis, as it is on the cheesy side a little bit. Also, the Tyrant is still the most unfair boss in the game. Still, Code Veronica is a great game for the Sega Dreamcast library, and each Resident Evil fan should have this or Resident Evil: Code Veronica X for the PlayStation 2. Don't miss out on this classic.