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BIOHAZARD 2 Drama Album ~The Female Spy Ada Lives~ (バイオハザード2 ドラマアルバム ~生きていた女スパイ・エイダ~ Baiohazādo 2 dorama arubamu ~ ikiteita on'na supai Eida ~?) is a sound drama for the Biohazard series (Resident Evil outside of Japan). It was made by CAPCOM's in-house musical department, "Suleputer," with a catalogue number of CPCA-1025.[1] It aired on Sundays from 8–29 March 1999 on Radio Osaka's, Iizuka Mayumi no MEGA-TON Smile.[2] Fans who bought CD copies when they came out were also entered into a lottery for three different types of prizes. The two A-Prize winners won limited-edition SEIKO-brand R-SUS watches, five B-Prize winners received MobyDick Tyrant figures and a promotional VHS, and a further 200 winners of the C-Prize won BIOHAZARD-themed wallets.[3]

Episode list[]

No. Name Airdate
1 "The French Troops Dispatch" (フランス軍出動 furansu-gun shutsudō?) 7 March 1999
2 "Castle of Nightmares" (悪夢の古城 akumu no kojō?) 14 March 1999
3 "Leon..." (レオン…。 Reon….?) 21 March 1999
4 "Come Back to Life, Ada!" (よみがえれ、エイダ! yomigaere, Eida!?) 28 March 1999


Female Spy Ada Lives cast

Promotional photograph of the cast.

In late 1998 Capcom entered an agreement with Radio Osaka to produce a series of Flagship-written radio plays to air on their Sunday show, Iizuka Mayumi no MEGA-TON Smile. These plays were each cut into four to five parts, and would be aired throughout the month. These radio plays were Chōkō Senki Kikaiō, broadcast from 8–29 November; Street Fighter Zero 3, broadcast from 6–27 December; Quiz Nanairo Dreams: Nijiiro-chō no Kiseki, broadcast from 3–31 January; BIOHAZARD 2 DRAMA ALBUM ~The Little Runaway Sherry~ from 7–28 February, and concluding with The Female Spy Ada Lives from 7–28 March.[2]


The major characters and their actors are listed on the official Capcom page, whereas other characters are listed in the CD booklet.[4]

Character Actor Notes
Announcement (アナウンス?)
Christine (クリスチーヌ Kurisuchīnu?) Michiko Neya (根谷 美智子?)
Ada Wong (エイダ・ウォン Eida Won?) Yūko Mizutani (水谷 優子?)
Philippe (フィリプ Firipu?) Yūji Ueda (上田 祐司?) Private First Class. 26 years old
Gaston (ガストン Gasuton?) Shigeru Ushiyama (牛山 茂?) Private First Class. 24 years old.
Jacob (ジャコブ Jakobu?) Takumi Yamazaki (山崎 たくみ?) Capitaine. Team leader. 33 years old.
Joel (ジョエル Joeru?) Eiji Takemoto (竹本 英史?) Private First Class. Pilot. 24 years old.
Leon S. Kennedy (レオン Reon?) Takeshi Maeda (前田 剛?)
Narrator Rokurō Naya (納谷 六朗?)
Voice on radio (無線の声?)


  • Executive Producer: Kenichi Tanaka
  • Producer: Mareo Yamada
  • A&R - Hidenori Shinohara
  • Scenario: FLAGSHIP
  • Director: Toshihiro Sato
  • Coordinator: Kisuke Koizumi (Jinnan Studio)
  • Sound Effects: Hiroki Nozaki (Onjjyuku)
  • Mixing Engineer: Hiroyasu Yamashita (Hiro Sound Technic)
  • Recording Studio: Studio Echo
  • Mastering Engineer: Yoshihiko Ando (Harion)
  • Mastering Studio: Harion


Further notes[]

The opening narration for Act 1 makes reference to Sheriff Alan; Meg and Sherry Birkin from the "Little Runaway Sherry" drama album.


  2. 2.0 2.1 ヘッドライン (Japanese). Archived from the original on 1999-10-08. Retrieved on 2020-01-02.
  3. バイオハザード 2 ドラマアルバム ~生きていた女スパイ・エイダ~ (Japanese). Archived from the original on 2000-09-19. Retrieved on 2020-10-02.
  4. イーカプコン カプコンオフィシャルショップ (Japanese). Retrieved on 2012-12-10.

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