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Friday, 29 February 2008 12:29

Resident Evil Zero exclusively for Japan

Written by Nadan Hadzibeganovic

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Capcom's decision

 

After announcing that Resident Evil Zero, originally for GameCube, will see a Wii version soon, we tried to get info on whether the U.S./Europe will get a chance to enjoy this game.

Cristian Svensson from Capcom confirmed that the project is in the works, but unfortunately there are no plans for an E.U. and U.S. launch, since it’s sold exclusively in Japan.

This doesn’t mean that the game will never travel overseas or, in our case, westward, but it does mean that the Japanese that will take the first slice out of the delicious Resident zombie cake.

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