In this sequel to Resident Evil (1996), the genetically made zombies are back and it's up to two new heroes to stop them. Leon S. Kennedy picked a bad day to join the Raccoon Police Department. He finds the town of Raccoon City crawling with zombies. Along the way, he meets Claire Redfield (the sister of Chris Redfield from the first game). Claire has come to the town to find Chris. On their way to the police station Leon and Claire decide to separate and search for survivors . Along the way, they meet some interesting characters. Leon meets Ada Wong, a mysterious woman who doesn't like talking about what she is up to; Claire meets Sherry Birkin, a troubled little girl searching for her parents.
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An early in development prototype dubbed as "Resident Evil 1.5", (or Biohazard 1.5) was near completion when developers decided to scrap it and start over from scratch. This version still featured Leon S. Kennedy but Claire Redfield was named Elza Walker and was a college student and motorcycle racer vacationing in Raccoon City, her hometown. Ada Wong was named Linda and was another researcher helping Leon and there was also changeable clothes that could change damage values from enemies and enemies that were scrapped and redesigned later on. See more
In the Claire A Scenario Claire sees Leon on the security monitor and Leon isn't bandaged from the gunshot wound he received from Annette, See more
Dr. William Birkin
It's sheer perfection. My precious G-virus. No one will ever take you away from me.
A preliminary version of Biohazard 2 was almost finished but ultimately cropped in favor of the eventually released Biohazard 2, fans call it Biohazard 1.5. This version had Leon in it (slightly different and maybe being an umbrella officer as well) and a young woman named Elza, some characters such as Kendo or Sherry were in it. The music was different, as well as the backgrounds and story. The RPD looked nothing like it does now and indeed looked more like a real police department, with darker backgrounds as well. The monsters and weapons were the same, except for a Zombie Gorilla which appeared, probably as a boss. Since news of this version spread out the fans have campaigned in order to have it released. See more
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