Resident Evil 2 began development in 1996 shortly after the original game and was originally scheduled for a March 1997 release. However, as the game was approaching its release date, the developers were unsastified with the resulting product. Rather than releasing a game they were unhappy with, the developers took the risk of developing the game from scratch.
This scrapped version of the game was later dubbed Resident Evil 1.5. By the internal staff of Capcom. This prototype version of the game starred Leon S. Kennedy from the finished game and Elza Walker, a prototype of Claire Redfield. Anime lebah ganteng full movie. Like Claire Redfield, Elza was a motorcyclist and college student, with the only difference being her appearance and the fact Elza had no ties to any established character from the previous games. Other supporting characters from the released game also appeared in Resident Evil 1.5.
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For example, Marving Branagh, a minor character who gets killed off early in the finished game played a major role in the prototype, helping Leon and Ada escape. The settings of the game were also significantly changed, with the police station in the original prototype having a more contemporary design. – [info from Wikipedia] In early 2013 the beta / prototype version of Resident Evil 1.5 was finally leaked online, and many gamers are now able to check a part of what the game was meant to be.
You can find the RE 1.5 proto / beta to download around the web, with a simple Google Search. For more infos: Also you can check: (sadly, only in german but nice pics) Images. • Xelba According to the person who did a back up review on the prototype, there was a unique feature in the game in which the character’s uniforms are stained with blood after coming in contact with zombies.
There are images showing this feature with both characters: Whether this is true or not still makes it an an interesting and cool concept. In a way this reminds me of Doom 2. The more damage the player took by enemies, the more bloodier the character looked. Its a shame that Resident Evil 1.5 was the only title to have had this feature:(. • The outfit damage did somewhat make it into the final game, at one point Leon gets attacked and his RPD outfit gets ripped and bloodied. He is then patched up with bandages by Claire (I think it was her, it’s been ages since I played it so I can’t remember). I remember reading about the real-time outfit damage in previews and I wondered where it had gone when I finally got the game.
Clearly what we did get was a cut-down version of the original idea. Maybe it was confusing to the player to take a herb to heal themselves and yet still see a damaged and bloody outfit?
• cameron The thing is Deadpixel99, that team already said the un edited version will be dumped onto the internet once they release there modded final copy. It was said in the comments on his Halloween teaser. So once that 80% build that is unmodded releases, ANY copy of this on disk will be rendered worthless as anyone can burn a copy or dl it. So karma sucks for the people who do indeed own it, but refused to release it due to greed, as they wanted to wait to sell it one day. Now, its worthless to them once this happens. Unseen64 is to preserve articles, screens and videos for cancelled, beta & unseen videogames.