History Trivia / ResidentEvil1

20th Jul '16 4:13:57 AM PF
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: As briefly mentioned under the YMMV tab, the Playstation Network only features the Dual Shock edition [green "Greatest Hits" label, zombie box art] of the Director's Cut, which is the version with the contentious new soundtrack. The first Director's Cut [black label, original Chris box art] release has the classic soundtrack, but it either has to be found on the secondhand market (and is still relatively cheap, thankfully) or downloaded and played on an emulator. The same goes for the untouched and somewhat rarer 1996 original, but that one's effectively built into the Director's Cut anyway.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: As briefly mentioned under the YMMV tab, the Playstation [=PlayStation=] Network only features the Dual ''Dual Shock edition Edition'' [green "Greatest Hits" label, zombie box art] of the Director's Cut, ''Director's Cut'', which is the version with the contentious new soundtrack. The first Director's Cut ''Director's Cut'' [black label, original Chris box art] release has the classic soundtrack, but it either has to be found on the secondhand market (and is still relatively cheap, thankfully) or downloaded and played on an emulator. The same goes for the untouched and somewhat rarer 1996 original, but that one's effectively built into the Director's Cut ''Director's Cut'' anyway.
18th Jul '16 6:27:48 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: As briefly mentioned under the YMMV tab, the Playstation Network only features the Dual Shock edition [green "Greatest Hits" label, zombie box art] of the Director's Cut, which is the version with the contentious new soundtrack. The first Director's Cut [black label, original Chris box art] release has the classic soundtrack, but it either has to be found on the secondhand market (and is still relatively cheap, thankfully) or downloaded and played on an emulator. The same goes for the untouched 1996 original, but that's effectively built into the Director's Cut anyway.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: As briefly mentioned under the YMMV tab, the Playstation Network only features the Dual Shock edition [green "Greatest Hits" label, zombie box art] of the Director's Cut, which is the version with the contentious new soundtrack. The first Director's Cut [black label, original Chris box art] release has the classic soundtrack, but it either has to be found on the secondhand market (and is still relatively cheap, thankfully) or downloaded and played on an emulator. The same goes for the untouched and somewhat rarer 1996 original, but that's that one's effectively built into the Director's Cut anyway.
18th Jul '16 6:08:04 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: As briefly mentioned under YMMV, the Playstation Network only features the Dual Shock edition (green "Greatest Hits" label, zombie box art) of the Director's Cut, which is the version with the contentious new soundtrack. The first Director's Cut (black label, original Chris box art) release has the classic soundtrack, but it either has to be found on the secondhand market (and is still relatively cheap, thankfully) or downloaded and played on an emulator.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: As briefly mentioned under YMMV, the YMMV tab, the Playstation Network only features the Dual Shock edition (green [green "Greatest Hits" label, zombie box art) art] of the Director's Cut, which is the version with the contentious new soundtrack. The first Director's Cut (black [black label, original Chris box art) art] release has the classic soundtrack, but it either has to be found on the secondhand market (and is still relatively cheap, thankfully) or downloaded and played on an emulator.emulator. The same goes for the untouched 1996 original, but that's effectively built into the Director's Cut anyway.
18th Jul '16 6:03:29 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: As briefly mentioned under YMMV, the Playstation Network only features the Dual Shock edition (green "Greatest Hits" label, zombie box art) of the Director's Cut, which is the version with the contentious new soundtrack. The first Director's Cut (black label, original Chris box art) release has the classic soundtrack, but it either has to be found on the secondhand market (and is still relatively cheap, thankfully) or downloaded and played on an emulator.
27th Jun '16 12:39:16 PM PF
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* {{Jossed}}: In an 2015 interview, Barry Gjerde, Barry's original voice actor, stated that contrary to popular belief, he wasn't the actor who portrayed the character in the live action scenes. Also, neither Jill's voice actress or live actress was Irish actress Una Kavanagh (the original Jill was Canadian) and by extension, none of the voice actors have any relation to the live ones.

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* {{Jossed}}: In an 2015 interview, Barry Gjerde, Barry's original voice actor, stated that contrary to popular belief, he wasn't the actor who portrayed the character in the live action scenes. Also, neither Jill's voice actress or live action actress was Irish actress Una Kavanagh (the original Jill Kavanagh[[note]]The former was Canadian) Canadian, while the latter was apparently in high school at the time.[[/note]] and by extension, almost none of the voice actors have any relation to the live action ones.[[note]]The only exception is Sergio Jones, who was both Wesker's voice and live action actor.[[/note]]
25th Jun '16 9:52:53 PM AlinhoAlisson
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* {{Jossed}}: In an 2015 interview, Barry Gjerde, Barry's original voice actor, stated that contrary to popular belief, he wasn't the actor who portrayed the character in the live action scenes.

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* {{Jossed}}: In an 2015 interview, Barry Gjerde, Barry's original voice actor, stated that contrary to popular belief, he wasn't the actor who portrayed the character in the live action scenes. Also, neither Jill's voice actress or live actress was Irish actress Una Kavanagh (the original Jill was Canadian) and by extension, none of the voice actors have any relation to the live ones.
11th Jun '16 3:13:17 AM PF
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** ''[=REmaster=]'' for the HD rerelease.

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** ''[=REmaster=]'' for the HD rerelease.re-release.
9th Jun '16 1:44:07 AM PF
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* FakeNationality: In the original version, Barry's voice actor (Barry Gjerde) is Norwegian.

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* FakeNationality: In the original version, Barry's voice actor (Barry Gjerde) is Norwegian.Norwegian, while Jill's voice actress, according to Gjerde, was Canadian.
8th Jun '16 10:42:46 PM ajbit26
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* FakeNationality: In the original version, Barry's voice actor (Barry Gjerde) is Norwegian, while Jill's voice actress (Una Kavanaugh) is Canadian.

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* FakeNationality: In the original version, Barry's voice actor (Barry Gjerde) is Norwegian, while Jill's voice actress (Una Kavanaugh) is Canadian. Norwegian.
27th May '16 3:29:21 AM PF
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** There was originally going to be an African American character named Dewey, who was going to be comic relief. There also was going to be a cyborg character named Gelzer. He would have saved the protagonist by holding the ceiling trap.
** The original version was going to feature Japanese voice acting. This was scrapped because Creator/ShinjiMikami felt that the performances were subpar. He also thought it was unrealistic that the characters would speak in another language even though they're supposed to be American.



** There was originally going to be an African American character named Dewey who was going to be comic relief. There also was going to be a cyborg character named Gelzer.
** The remake's Real Survival mode removes the auto-aim features and makes it so that item boxes are not interconnected, which was the way things were originally going to be in the original game until play testers complained that it made the game too hard. The unlock message for the mode even lampshades it: "This is the prototype feature that existed even before [the] first Resident Evil game."

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** There was originally going to be an African American character named Dewey who was going to be comic relief. There also was going to be a cyborg character named Gelzer.
** The remake's Real Survival mode removes the auto-aim features and makes it so that item boxes are not interconnected, which was the way things were originally going to be in the original game until play testers complained that it made the game too hard. The unlock message for the mode even lampshades it: "This is the prototype feature that existed even before [the] first Resident Evil ''Resident Evil'' game."
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