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*The ''[[Resident Evil 2 (1998 game)|Resident Evil 2]]'' Nintendo 64 port includes extra files that reference ''[[Resident Evil 3: Nemesis]]'', [[Resident Evil 0|''Resident Evil 0'']] and ''[[Resident Evil CODE:Veronica]]''. Among these is a note written by Brad describing an earlier encounter with [[Nemesis-T Type]].
 
 
*If Jill chooses not to assist Brad at the Black Jack Bar, his dialogue will be slightly different, as he vents about how the city itself could not anticipate such a problem, rather than the police alone.
 
*If Jill chooses not to assist Brad at the Black Jack Bar, his dialogue will be slightly different, as he vents about how the city itself could not anticipate such a problem, rather than the police alone.
 
 
* The English version of the original ''Resident Evil'' manual gives biographies for characters different from the Japanese version, and may be non-canon. Brad's entry gives him the nickname "Chickenheart", which was picked up by S.D. Perry for her novels.
 
* The English version of the original ''Resident Evil'' manual gives biographies for characters different from the Japanese version, and may be non-canon. Brad's entry gives him the nickname "Chickenheart", which was picked up by S.D. Perry for her novels.
 
* Original ''Resident Evil 2'' director [[Hideki Kamiya]] came up with the idea of Brad appearing as a Zombie for a post-game easter egg.<ref>{{Cite twitter
 
* Original ''Resident Evil 2'' director [[Hideki Kamiya]] came up with the idea of Brad appearing as a Zombie for a post-game easter egg.<ref>{{Cite twitter

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  • If Jill chooses not to assist Brad at the Black Jack Bar, his dialogue will be slightly different, as he vents about how the city itself could not anticipate such a problem, rather than the police alone.
  • The English version of the original Resident Evil manual gives biographies for characters different from the Japanese version, and may be non-canon. Brad's entry gives him the nickname "Chickenheart", which was picked up by S.D. Perry for her novels.
  • Original Resident Evil 2 director Hideki Kamiya came up with the idea of Brad appearing as a Zombie for a post-game easter egg.[1] This was expanded upon by Resident Evil 3: Nemesis writer Yasuhisa Kawamura, who would try to canonise it in a 1999 Famitsu interview, explaining he was infected and therefore escaped what should have been a fatal wound.[2] In the Resident Evil 2 remake, Brad only appears in a recruitment poster.
  • Brad's biography is greater expanded in the 2020 Resident Evil 3 remake, revealing he was actively assisting in the S.T.A.R.S. investigation on Umbrella. While the original Resident Evil 2 implied Umbrella saw him as a threat, it was never established until then that he was involved.

Sources

  1. Twitter feed: @PG_kamiya, dated 29 May 2013. Accessdate: 2013-06-30
  2. Famitsu interview with Yasuhisa Kawamura.
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