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[[File:Resident Evil on Gamecube T.V. spot|thumb|right|American TV spot]]'''''Resident Evil''''' was advertised in the United States with a commercial showing gameplay footage set to rock music. A separate and longer E3 2001 trailer focused more on cutscenes and showcasing new environments.
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== Online ==
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[[Capcom]] advertised ''Resident Evil'' through Japanese, European and American websites. The Japanese site came with a developer's blog and demo footage showing off the game engine. The American and European sites each offered a timeline of [[S.T.A.R.S.]]' history. However, unsupervised by the Japanese development team, the two sites incorporated lore from the S.D. Perry novels.<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/alt.games.resident-evil/remake$20site%7Csort:date/alt.games.resident-evil/5yzoPciqqbA/nHvR2R9BwWAJ Alt.games.resident-evil - "S.T.A.R.S 67"].</ref>
   
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==

Latest revision as of 16:14, January 24, 2020


Summary
Plot
Gameplay
Development
Marketing
Reception
Credits
Gallery
Translation errors
Further notes
Resident Evil on Gamecube T.V

Resident Evil on Gamecube T.V. spot

American TV spot

Resident Evil was advertised in the United States with a commercial showing gameplay footage set to rock music. A separate and longer E3 2001 trailer focused more on cutscenes and showcasing new environments.

Online Edit

Capcom advertised Resident Evil through Japanese, European and American websites. The Japanese site came with a developer's blog and demo footage showing off the game engine. The American and European sites each offered a timeline of S.T.A.R.S.' history. However, unsupervised by the Japanese development team, the two sites incorporated lore from the S.D. Perry novels.[1]

SourcesEdit

  1. Alt.games.resident-evil - "S.T.A.R.S 67".

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