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Resident Evil: The Missions (also known as BIOHAZARD THE MISSIONS) is a mobile phone game released by Capcom. Unlike its fellow Resident Evil mobile phone game, Resident Evil Confidential Report, it is designed to be a series of short challenges which can be completed in a matter of minutes, and does not attempt to provide any new storyline. In the game, players primarily control Jill Valentine, although other characters can be unlocked through continued play.
Resident Evil is an action horror science fiction film series loosely based on the Capcom survival horror video game series of the same name. German studio Constantin Film bought the rights to adapt the series to film in January 1997. In 2001, Screen Gems acquired distribution rights and hired Paul W. S. Anderson as writer and director for Resident Evil (2002)
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Up until Resident Evil, horror didn’t really have much of a place in gaming outside of monster homages like Konami’s pastiche-filled Castlevania and some NES movie tie-ins; using the advanced 3D processing of Sony’s first console, Mikami and the Biohazard team could craft a new kind of terror-filled adventure, taking advantage of the CD-ROM format. Resident Evil’s unease spawned from panicking over its B-movie scenarios as well as its design, and as a distillation of zombie films in game form, there was nothing like it - not even Sweet Home, its more direct Famicom inspiration. But survival horror’s golden age would not last forever, and by the mid-2000s it was languishing. Then came 2005’s Resident Evil 4 – Mikami struck gold again by molding the genre into an action-horror amalgam with fast, smart, weapon-wielding enemies.