Resident Evil Zero For Gamecube
Capcom, the developer of the popular Resident Evil games, gives more details on Resident Evil Zero, their expected game for the upcoming system, Gamecube.
Capcom Entertainment has explained that it will announce its first Nintendo Gamecube title at the Tokyo Game Show, which kicks off September 22 in Japan. Company officials offered no specifics as to what software the announcement might entail, but logic suggests that it will have something to do with an official acknowledgement from the developer that Resident Evil Zero has been switched to Nintendo's coming console.
We've heard from Capcom sources months ago that Resident Evil Zero had been quietly terminated for Nintendo 64 and moved over to Nintendo's next-generation system. And it was expected that the firm would make an official announcement at Nintendo's Space World show on the subject. However, since that failed to happen, we can only surmise that Tokyo Game Show will in fact house the declaration.
Gamecube enthusiasts expecting to see a running version of Resident Evil Zero for Gamecube at Tokyo Game Show may be in for a disappointment, though. It has been expected that the best thing at the Tokyo Game Show on RE Zero will be a screenshot or two.
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"Resident Evil Zero has been moved over to Nintendo's next-generation system."