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10) Resident Evil 2&3 (GameCube)

WHAT’S IT ABOUT?

Two of PlayStation’s zombie-fueled descents into sit-and-spin terror arrive in carbon copy form on GameCube.

IT’S COOL BECAUSE?

After experiencing the eye-bustingly beautiful goodness of the Resident Evil remake and the all-new Zero prequel, it’s always fun to kick into nostalgia mode.

SHOULD WE WORRY?

Each of these bit-for-bit copies of the PlayStation hits will set you back 40 bones. PlayStation versions can be found almost anywhere for under $10. Twenty bucks a pop would have been a lot more reasonable.

BOTTOM LINE

If you’re a Capcom fan, you gotta get these. GameCube is the only system on the market that’s committed to hosting every Resident Evil game in the series (except, of course, for the awful Survivor games). And even without enhancements, these games are awesome.

Copyright © 2002 Ziff Davis Media Inc. All Rights Reserved. Originally appearing in Game Now.





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