A corridor on the second floor that connects between the bottom floor and the 2F west corridor. It's above the photography darkroom, there are some reliefs on the wall, statues and a door that's stuck with a broken bottom part in the middle of the corridor.
Resident Evil 2
One of the Virgin Hearts is found and obtained here by pushing the two statues, "the god of sun and the god of moon" toward the right panel facing the statue. The door toward the far end leads to the 2F west corridor. The door at the center is completely barricaded from the other side, though there's a small exit which Leon or Claire is unable to fit inside.
Resident Evil 3: Nemesis
There can be two different locations of monsters for this room. One variation being a fat police zombie near the stairs with three civilian zombies near the statue, and the other being three zombies near the stairs and one fat zombie near the statue.
The Memo to Leon file is found in this room by shooting the second light on the corridor after coming from the stairs. There are 3 zombies in this area, one of which does a surprise attack after the door to the 2F west corridor is interacted with.
There is a First-aid spray laying next to the door mentioned above and Grenades to the left side of where the Virgin Heart statue is in the original. All the statues, lights and windows can be broken which can give the player gold and points.
When Leon and Claire come back to this area in search for Sherry, all breakable objects will respawn.
|The door on the left side||The knob turns, but the door won't budge. It seems to be sealed from the other side.|
|The statue holding the Red Jewel||
Something is written on the mounting.
"The god of sun and the god of moon. Their gaze upon me is the only thing that can release red soul."
|The door on the left side||The doorknob turns but the door won't budge. It seems to be nailed from the other side.||ノブは回るが ドアはびくともしない
|The statue||"Statue of a god holding up his soul"||“たましいをかかげる神の像”|
- Tahara, Seiji (田原 誠司), ed (1998). BIOHAZARD 2 Official Guide Book. Japan: Famitsu.
- Tahara (ed.), Official Guide Book, p.81.