Resident Evil: Code Veronica debuted on March 29th 2000 on the Sega Dreamcast. The game was later remade on the PS2 and Gamecube as Resident Evil: Code Veronica X. Code Veronica was the first game of the main series not to use pre-rendered backgrounds and instead used real-time 3D backgrounds. The game takes place three months after the events of Resident Evil 2 and 3. and follows the story of Claire Redfield and her brother Chris. The game takes place on Rockfort Island where Claire is imprisoned after her infiltration of an Umbrella Facility in Paris while searching for Chris.
Much like previous main Resident Evil entries, Code: Veronica mixes in third-person combat, exploration and puzzle solving. Like Resident Evil 3, Code: Veronica still only has the one storyline. However, now it is split between two protagonists--siblings Claire and Chris Redfield--with the first half starring Claire, and the second primarily starring Chris.
The combat still confines the player to stay stuck to the ground when firing their weapon, however, and the notorious tank controls are still evident. The puzzles were made to be somewhat harder, though are still relatively easy by general standards. Both the playable protagonists Claire and Chris can now find and utilise dual-wielding weapons, such as Uzis, which they can use to aim at two enemies simultaneously.
Code: Veronica also marks the first time that the series brings forth full 3D environments for the main entries of the series over the pre-rendered backgrounds during the Playstation 1 era. Veronica is also much lengthier than previous games--which commonly took up an average of 3-5 hours to complete--and would usually take on average around 8-12 hours for a players first playthrough. This is at the expense of having only a single story, however, like Resident Evil 3 instead of the intertwining stories akin to Resident Evil 2, or the mildly differing takes of the same story ala Resident Evil. Saving is still done by finding one of the many typewriters littered throughout the game, and still require the player has at least one ink ribbon item to save. What is new, though, is should the player die the game will allow them to reload their latest save from the ''Death'' screen, rather than having to head back to the main menu.
Veronica did still make a few steps back, however. A lot of the gameplay updates from Resident Evil 3 weren't applicable--because they were both developed at the same time causing a dissonance between the two--such as players being able to create their own ammo, and the dodge maneuver. More noticeable is the fact that walking up/down staircases is once more automated and can't be performed manually. This could result in some minor annoyance since if a zombie was to be walking up the stairs (and vice versa), players would then have to wait for it to reach the top to proceed down
While significantly more minor, zombies heads wouldn't explode like in previous Resident Evils. When shot with a magnum, or a close range shotgun blast to the head, the zombie's head would gush out blood, but would still stay intact.
Herbs and First-Aid Sprays
Carrying the tradition set by the original Resident Evil, characters use a small variety of herbs to heal themselves and cure poisons. First-Aid Sprays are also available, though they only have the singular purpose of healing the character fully. There exist three herb types, all of which can be combined in some way for different degrees of healing:
- Green Herb - On its own will restore 25% of health.
- Blue Herb - On its own will cure poison, though will not restore any health.
- Red Herb - On its own does nothing.
- Green + Green Herb - Mixed will heal the character by roughly 50% of health.
- Green + Green + Green Herb - Mixed will heal the character completely, though not of any poisons.
- Green + Blue Herb - Mixed will heal the character 25% of health and cure any poison.
- Green + Green + Blue Herb - Mixed will heal the character 50% of health and cure any poison.
- Green + Red Herb - Mixed will heal the character completely, though not of any poisons.
- Green + Red + Blue Herb - Mixed will heal the character completely including poisons.
- Red + Blue Herb - Mixed will do nothing.
A standard survival knife that Claire finds in prison office where the game begins. Unlike previous Resident Evil entries, the knife can prove to be surprisingly effective (particularly when used to strike at the legs or head of a zombie) and is much more powerful. It's still not a suitable replacement for any of the firearms, though it doesn't constitute a death-wish should the player decide to test it out.
Beretta M93 Handgun
A 9mm handgun that Claire finds near the beginning, after she first meets Steve Burnside. It fires rather rapidly for a pistol and is reliable against most lesser enemies - zombies and Cerberus dogs in particular. It can potentially be upgraded to allow a triple burst shot, should the player find the components required. Chris can also use this handgun should the player leave it in an inventory box as Claire for Chris to collect.
- Maximum Ammo Count - 15 rounds.
- Ammunition - 9mm Parabellum Rounds.
Glock Model 17 Handgun
A 9mm handgun that Chris Redfield brings with him when he embarks on the rescue for his sister Claire Redfield. It primarily features all of the same attributes as Claire's Beretta and can be modified also, though instead of giving a three shot burst it increases the overall power.
- Maximum Ammo Count - 15 rounds.
- Ammunition - 9mm Parabellum Rounds.
A recurring weapon within the series, the Colt Python Magnum Pistol can be attained once more in Code: Veronica. Found during Chris Redfield's segment of the story, it is immensely powerful, can kill all standard enemies with one shot, and is a solid contender against boss B.O.W's. Ammo is fairly scarce though, to make up for its well retained status as one of the most powerful firearms in the game.
- Maximum Ammo Count - 6 rounds.
- Ammunition - .357 Caliber Rounds.
Much like her time during Resident Evil 2, Claire will have access to a bow gun. It's made to be significantly weaker than its RE2 counterpart, however, and relies solely via bug-bite attacks with its usually large containment of ammo. It can hold as many arrows at once as Claire can find, and can also stock explosive bolts if the player combines a bolt pack with explosive gun-powder.
- Maximum Ammo Count - Infinite.
- Ammunition - Bolts & Explosive Bolts.
Calico Model 100 Dual Pistols
Dual weapons were a first for the series, introduced early on via the Calico Model 100 Dual Pistols. They were reliable against most enemies because of their power and imbued ability to aim at two simultaneous enemies. Their ammo count was ranked as a percentage and no other ammo could be found, giving them a very limited use. Because they're still technically two firearms, they take up two slots in the inventory.
- Maximum Ammo Count - 100 bullets, marked by % with each shot taking off 1%.
- Ammunition - N/A.
Dual Ingram Machine Pistols
Initially introduced during the short segment where the player controls Steve Burnside, they are primarily used throughout Chris Redfield's side of the story. They are only made available, however, should Claire give Rodrigo Juan Raval her lighter before hand. Much like the Calico Pistols, they label their ammunition via percentage and no ammo can be found once they've run out. The Ingram Pistols fire-rate is significantly faster than the Calico Pistols, and can also allow the player to aim at two different enemies simultaneously. Because they're still technically two firearms, they take up two slots in the inventory.
- Maximum Ammo Count - 100 bullets, marked by % with each shot taking off 1%.
- Ammunition - N/A.
Dual Golden Lugers
Though they are seen frequently during the main story--as a puzzle item and Steve's weapons of choice before receiving the dual machine pistols--they are only used as a weapon in the Battle Game minigame when playing as Steve Burnside. They are similar to the Calico Pistols, though are much slower to fire. Like close to all firearms in the Battle Game they have infinite ammo.
- Maximum Ammo Count - N/A.
- Ammunition - N/A.
M79 Grenade Launcher
Also returning from Claire's repertoire in Resident Evil 2 is the Grenade Launcher; an all-round reliable weapon, suitable for virtually any encounters - including boss battles. It features multiple grenade types, including the default grenades as well as flame, acid and gas. It can store as much ammo as possible so long as it's all the same type of grenade. Should the player switch them out for a different type of grenade, the grenades initially in the weapon will stack nicely in the characters inventory only taking up a single slot no matter how much ammo it stacks.
- Maximum Ammo Count - Infinite.
- Ammunition - Multiple variety of grenades.
Spas 12 Gauge Shotgun
First found by Chris, the Spas fills in the mandatory Shotgun slot for Code: Veronica. It carries a lot of the expected attributes, though is surprisingly weaker than most shotguns of the series and isn't as easy to fall back on for boss battles. It is nonetheless suitable against zombies at close-range and some of the larger B.O.W.'s such as Hunters.
- Maximum Ammo Count - 7 shots.
- Ammunition - 12 Gauge Rounds.
AK-47 Assault Rifle
A rather unorthodox weapon for a Resident Evil game, the AK-47 is only found during Chris' segment of the story. Much like the dual wielding weapons, it's ammo count is labelled via percentage, though extra AK ammo can be procured. It is fully automatic and packs a great deal of power, proving vital against any and all enemies encountered. Because of its sturdy combination of both power and speed, it is given the handicap of requiring two inventory spaces to carry.
- Maximum Ammo Count - 100 bullets, marked by %, with each shot taking roughly 1%.
- Ammunition - 7.62x39mm Soviet Rounds.
M37 Sniper Rifle
The first ever sniper rifle introduced into the series, the M37 is used only once during a mid-game boss battle against the once-human Alexander Ashford, later dubbed Nosferatu. It is most often seen in the hands of Alfred Ashford as he pesters Claire throughout the first half of the game. During the one occasion it's available, it allows the player to go into a first-person view mode for better accuracy (another first for the main series, discounting Resident Evil Survivor). It only has 7 rounds, though that can be more than the player requires, should they be able to shoot Nosferatu directly in its exposed heart. This is easier said than done, however, with the icy fog surrounding the area and Nosferatu's constant expulsion of a poisonous gas.
- Maximum Ammo Count - 7 sniper rounds.
- Ammunition - N/A.
The end game one-off weapon and Rocket Launcher equivalent for Code: Veronica, the Linear Launcher is a strange weapon that fires electrical homing rockets. It is only used canonically during the finale battle against the mutated blob-form of Alexia Ashford. It can be unlocked for the main game with infinite ammo should the player gain an S rank - as well as the Battle Game minigame, with the same properties, should the player gain an S rank with every character.
- Maximum Ammo Count - N/A.
- Ammunition - N/A.
The initial leading protagonist, Claire is roped into another zombie infested crisis after she attempts to learn more about her brother Chris Redfield's whereabouts. She is playable throughout the first half of the game where she is relegated to the role of an NPC for the second half - minus one section where you gain control of her for a short while as she attempts to save Steve Burnside.
The main protagonist during the second half of the game and Claire Redfield's brother. Chris was forwarded a message by Leon S. Kennedy about Claire's predicament on Rockfort Island and travels over to try and save her. By this time, only months since the destruction of Raccoon City, the S.T.A.R.S team has been disbanded, yet despite this Chris still chose to wear a S.T.A.R.S uniform during this excursion.
A supporting protagonist and love-interest towards Claire Redfield. Steve is a brash and insecure teenager and fellow prisoner on Rockfort Island. A complete show off, Steve is always attempting to win Claire Redfield with bouts of bravery, putting himself at huge risk of danger at every turn.
The first antagonist the player encounters, Alfred Ashford is in charge of the Rockfort Island base. He is an eccentric yuppie, with an ''above-average'' IQ and a fondness for using sniper-rifles. Alfred's also has a rather peculiar laugh that almost resembles a little girls.
The primary antagonist and twin sister to Alfred. A certified genius, Alexia was given the duties of leading an entire team of scientists within Umbrella by the age of ten. This infamous capacity of skill garnished her a rivalry with fellow Umbrella Scientist William Birkin.
Despite apparently 'dying' at the hands of his own creation, The T-002 Tyrant, during Resident Evil Wesker returns into the fold, empowered with enhanced agility and strength.
- Voiced by Richard Waugh
- This marks the first time Richard voices Wesker.
The prison commander who captures Claire Redfield during the opening CGI cutscene - and releases her as an act of good-will when the base is assaulted.
The game takes place three months after the destruction of Raccoon City. It begins with Claire Redfield raiding an Umbrella Corporation base in Paris, after leaving Leon S. Kennedy and Sherry Birkin to search for her brother, Chris. Claire gets caught during her raid, and she is captured and taken to Rockfort Island where she meets with an inmate named Steve Burnside and they fight for their survival against the island's T-virus infected zombies. In the meantime, Albert Wesker is on a mission from Umbrella to recover the mysterious T-Veronica Virus and it's his unit's fault that Rockport is now infected. Claire and Steve manage to escape in a plane but it was set on autopilot to go to an Umbrella facility in the Antarctic, by the island's commander, Alfred Ashford. Alfred did that so he could awaken his sister from a cryogenic sleep that she was in for 15 years after she had an injection of T-Veronica Virus. Claire and Steve defeat Alfred and escape in a digger, while Alfred limps over to his sister and experiences her awakening before dying. Alexia summons giant tentacles and grabs Steve and Claire's digger recapturing them both.
The game then flips over to Chris Redfield's perspective. After learning from Leon that his sister has been taken to Rockfort he travels there but learns she has been long gone. He has an encounter with Albert Wesker and almost dies, but is saved as Alexia appears on the screen and stuns Wesker because he thought she had been dead for years. Wesker takes off to Antarctica and Chris follows. He is reunited with Claire and the two of them set out to find Steve. When they find Steve she realizes that Alexia has been experimenting on him with the T-Veronica Virus and he has mutated into a giant reptilian monster and tries to kill Claire. Claire runs into a prison cell but is grabbed by Alexia's tentacles, before Steve, who has temporarily regained his sanity, breaks through the bars and saves Claire, being fatally wounded by Alexia in the process. He reverts to human form and tells Claire that he loves her (even though they barely know each other) before dying.
Meanwhile Wesker and Chris fight Alexia, but Wesker is overwhelmed by her strength and he flees. Chris manages to defeat her, but she comes back to life after Chris activates the self destruct system, releasing all the locks in the facility to free Claire. Chris then destroys Alexia once and for all before he and Claire run to the emergency elevator where they see Wesker and his men taking Steve's body for further experiments. Claire runs to the plane, and Chris and Wesker have another showdown until they are separated by an explosion. Wesker vows to get his revenge next time they meet and then they both run to avoid dying in more explosions. The game ends with Claire and Chris escaping and Chris vowing to take down Umbrella once and for all.
The walking dead are once again prevalent in Code: Veronica and share a lot of the usual properties of their other Resident Evil kin; slow, shambling movement, dangerous up close but susceptible to all weapons within the game. On occasion, zombies will vomit out acid if they can't quite reach the player.
Another trademark enemy of the series, zombie dogs are always encountered in packs and contain the same agility and brutality as a standard dog. They're rather weak fortunately, and can be taken down swiftly with a few handgun or shotgun shots. Regardless, even with their rampant speed and tenacity, player-characters are still just ever-so-slightly faster and can outrun them.
Large, yellow one-armed monsters, Bandersnatchers have only appeared in the Veronica games. They rely on their single long arm to stretch and attack the player, and will do so very frequently given the opportunity. They can also use their arm to latch onto walls and maneuver through the environment following the player. They're pretty sturdy as well and stand as one of the most antagonizing enemies within the game.
Bandersnatchers are also only encountered on Rockfort Island during Claire's portion of the story, though Chris does face one as he searches for Claire on the island.
While being very similar in appearance to the Hunter Alpha's from the original Resident Evil, these Hunter models are much more advanced and sophisticated; they can be partnered with a small surveillance robot called Seekers that'll search for its targeted prey, alerting any nearby Hunters should it locate it. They attack very much like all Hunters of the series and can still commit an instant-kill attack should the player's health be in the Caution state or lower. Hunters have formidable resistance to most weapons and are best contended with the Colt Python Magnum or AK-47 Assault Rifle - running away would be the best alternative.
They are only encountered during Chris Redfield's portion of the story as they were brought in by Albert Wesker himself, who programmed them to specifically hunt down Chris.
Sweepers are a variant of the Hunter II model, distinguished by their reddish colour. They attack in the same patterns and can still be called upon via one of the Seeker robots. What most separates them from the standard Hunters is that their attacks can poison the player.
These, too, are only encountered during Chris Redfield's portion of the story.
These are the giant spiders of Veronica, instead opting for Black Widows over the usual tarantula arachnids. While they look significantly different from their peers, they act very similar and have the same array of attacks, with their poison-spit once again acting as their greatest weapon.
As always, crows prove to be more of a nuisance than a genuine threat. They do minimal damage and can often be killed with a single bullet; their numbers are always many, however. Sometimes a shotgun blast might be worth it to take a pack down, but otherwise they're best just ignored.
Bats function nearly the exact same as crows. The one particular difference is that they can be warded away should the player equip the lighter.
Only encountered in the Antarctica base, Moths primarily function similar to crows. They constantly emit a poisonous gas, however, and can also latch onto the player leaving a maggot sack on the characters back; the player is forced to wait for the character to throw the sack off before they can leave the area. They're easy to kill, but because they often respawn once the player has leaved, it's most profitable to dash past them.
These are only encountered briefly when Claire Redfield enters a lab to collect a specific painting; they can't be killed and only act as a minor obstacle for walking through the lab. One of them will escape and will eventually become a boss battle later on.
Sprouting through the environment, these are tentacles spawned by the now monstrous Alexia Ashford. They will block the players path, forcing the player to shoot any that they will encounter. Fortunately they are relatively weak and don't require much ammo.
Gulp Worm Part I
While it isn't given much of an introduction, a giant worm titled the Gulp Worm will eventually be found burrowing outside the Military Training Facility throughout Claire Redfield's portion of the story. During this occasion it is completely optional to fight and can be largely ignored if the player is fast enough. The option to fight is still there, but would primarily be a waste of ammo since it doesn't reward anything minus its evacuation of the area, and will still be encountered later on as Chris Redfield.
Gulp Worm Part II
Once Chris Redfield arrives at Rockfort Island to save his sister Claire, unbeknownst that she's already left for Antarctica, he is ambushed by the Gulp Worm from before. After swallowing Rodrigo Juan Raval whole, Chris is forced to fight it. Its design includes a lot of surprise attacks, burrowing underground then quickly resurfacing for an attack. Sometimes it'll pop out and do a kind of roar, giving players the opportunity to attack it.
While this battle is going on, the elevator that'll take Chris up to the surface is making its slow descent; it essentially acts as the timer for the boss battle, and as such if the elevator arrives before the player kills the Gulp Worm, they can opt to avoid this battle and just use the elevator. Choosing this outcome will deprive the player of the lighter Rodrigo may give, however - if Claire gave it to him before hand that is.
Tyrant T-103 Part I
An alternate version of the Mr. X Tyrant model encountered during Resident Evil 2, this model is encountered twice by Claire Redfield. It differs in appearance from its coated brethren, equipped with a large, round mallet-like right fist with a large claw--as is custom with most Tyrant models-- for its left. The first time it is encountered, the player is cornered in a narrow passage with the Tyrant impeding the players progress forward, with a raging fire blocking the rear. Should the player walk into the fire, they will die instantly, forcing the player to unload everything they have into the Tyrant as it slowly makes its advance.
Tyrant T-103 Part II
The Tyrant is once again fought just as Claire Redfield and Steve Burnside are attempting to escape Rockfort Island. Somehow managing to latch onto the cargo hold, the player has to weaken the Tyrant with gunfire and then attempt to knock the Tyrant out the back with a large crate released from its safety harness. The Tyrant is otherwise invincible and cannot be killed without attempting to knock it out through the back with the crate.
Once Alexander Ashford--the man twins Alfred and Alexia were cloned from--he was experimented on with the Veronica Virus to such an extent that he became yet another addition to the B.O.W. library. Initially seen through a grated floor, tightly strapped to a chair with a huge halberd resting on him, he eventually manages to escape and is fought on a rooftop by Claire Redfield. His main source of attack is through a constant expulsion of poisonous gas that covers a huge area of effect; up close, he has a series of sharp appendages that have sprouted out of multiple areas of his body that he can attack with. Nosferatu moves slowly, though the large cast of fog that covers the battleground can make attacking him difficult.
At this point the player has access to a Sniper Rifle with 7 shots available; using the first-person view, the player can potentially kill Nosferatu with a single hit should they shoot his exposed heart well enough. Whether Claire is poisoned during this fight also factors later on in the story when Chris Redfield finds her. If she was poisoned, Chris must search for a specific antidote (blue herbs won't work) before the story can carry on.
The full grown Albinoid creature Claire encountered only hours before has now fully grown into a huge amphibious lizard-like monster. Completely surfaced under a shallow pool--literally, within a swimming pool--it is the de-facto guardian of an emblem the player needs to collect. The Albinoid will periodically discharge an aura of electricity, however, making it very dangerous to enter. The Albinoid is completely harmless otherwise, as it doesn't leave the pool. The player can opt to kill it, but if timed right can also enter the pool and collect the emblem with minimal damage.
Giant Black Widow
First seen under a sea of ice covering the main hall of the Umbrella Antarctica Base, Chris Redfield is forced to use a crane to crack the ice open to pull out the corpse of Nosferatu to claim his signet ring. This of course unleashes the Giant Black Widow. Simply massive, the Black Widow attacks much like its smaller kin but with a much larger poison spit arc.
Like her father Alexander, Alexia infected Steve Burnside with the Veronica virus after she captured him and Claire. With a brief stint back as Claire during Chris' portion of the story, she finds him strapped to a chair with a large halberd resting on him exactly like Alexander. Just as Claire attempts to release him from the chair, Steve begins to mutate turning into a kind of green ogre. He equips the halberd with ease and begins to chase Claire. Steve isn't intended to be fought and the player can only run, as Steve can kill the player with just two hits, and a series of gates are being locked down through the hallway, forcing the player to stop for nothing.
Alexia Ashford Humanoid Form
Coming off of Claire's encounter with the mutated Steve, Wesker and Alexia--now completely nude and mutated into a grey-ish color--engage in a fight with Wesker only just scraping by; noticing Chris Redfield hiding nearby, he calls it onto his ''best man'' to take care of her. Alexia herself is a relatively easy battle as they go, but her attacks can do severe damage. She will walk slowly towards the player, leeching a small line of blood which quickly bursts into flames. If the player is caught in it they have to wait through the animation of Chris attempting to wave the flames off.
Alexia Ashford Sack Form
She is initially seen once again in her humanoid form as she halts Claire as she attempts to run away. If the player doesn't react, shooting Alexia with literally anything, then Alexia will kill Claire causing a game over. If the player does shoot her, she will then transform into a huge blob creature with what look like dragonfly wings, but still retaining the majority of her previous mutations face. Because of Alexia's size, the player has very little room to maneuver and only has running access on a roughly 75 degree angle. Alexia herself mostly relies on her large tentacles that'll slam down on the player. She also summons a group of small pod like creatures that plant themselves and spout out a strange tail that'll whip the player. The player can kill them, (though they prove difficult because of their size) but Alexia will eventually replace them with more. In true Resident Evil fashion, a five minute timer is ticking down during this battle.
Alexia Ashford Dragonfly Form
After Alexia Sack Form has taken enough damage, she will exit her sack and hover above the player. At the same time the Linear Launcher, which Chris and Claire prepared to power-up, is now available. Using the Linear Launcher, the player is to try and shoot down Alexia; her constant movement can make this tricky, however. Her only attack during this form is that same line of fluid she shoots out that bursts into flames. This form of Alexia isn't particularly difficult as a boss and the difficulty is built around the 5 minute timer that'll still be ticking down during this battle.
The Battle Game is a time-trial mode that is unlocked after a single completion of the main game. Here it allows the player to choose from a select few of the main cast from Veronica X to play as and make their way through a set number of rooms. The rooms themselves are all unrelated to one another and stretch across environments throughout the entire game. Each character has their own unique load-out, though they have infinite ammo for all weapons; the main goal of the mode is to primarily get a decent time, rather than try make do with limited supplies. To pass on to the next room, however, every enemy must first be killed.
Initially, only Claire and Chris are available, though if the player finds the broken Golden Luger pistol during the main game, Steve Burnside will be unlocked from the outset. He can otherwise still be unlocked if the player completes the mode as Claire. Albert Wesker also makes his playable debut for the Battle Game, and is unlocked via a completion with Chris in the mode. The final character is an alternate costume of Claire that is also unlocked after a single completion as default Claire in the Battle Game. Claire's alternate costume is exclusive for the Battle Game mode, however, and cannot be worn through the main game. Should the player get an S ranking for all characters, they unlock a Linear Launcher with infinite ammo (the Linear Launcher is also unlockable with infinite ammo for the main-game if the player scores an S ranking).
What is unique about the Battle Game is that introduces the option to play in a first person view. The controls are still the same, though, and players still cannot shoot and move either, arguably making the FP mode more of an intriguing gimmick than a substantial alternative.
- The Movie
- Title Calling
- Opening - Claire Version
- Thrown Into Despair
- Once Again
- First Contact
- Death Siege
- Steve's Chafe
- Putrid Smell
- The Palace of Insane
- A Moment of Relief
- Hot Rescue
- Through the Scope
- Piano Roll
- Other side of Glass
- Getting Out
- Target Locked
- Pulsating Right Arm
- Here Comes the Knight
- The Suspended Doll
- One-man Show
- Ashford's Music Box
- Pandora's Box
- The Secret Door
- Not Alexia
- A State of Emergency
- It's Back!
- The Theme of Tyrant 3- Version A
- As You Wish
- The Theme of Tyrant 3- Version B
- Midnight Sun
- The Confined IT
- You Think You're Safe Now
- Resonance of Blood
- Go With the Digger
- The Theme of Nosferatu
- The Ending of the Beginning
- The Opening- Chris Version
- I Need To Know
- R.I.P. Rodrigo Rest In Peace
- Claws of Doom
- Here they come
- Still Alive
- To Antarctica
- Fortress of Ants
- Bad Way or BAD Way
- Deja Vu
- At Last
- Sardonic Smile
- Not Steve
- You Want It
- Murderous Eyes
- The Theme of Alexia Type 1
- The Resurrection of Alexia
- Silence of the Air
- The Code Is Veronica
- Final Weapon
- The Theme of Alexia Type 2
- For S.T.A.R.S.
- Awesome Powers
- End Credits
- Set Free
- New Battle
- Albinoids' Battle BGM
- Jingles Collection
- Music Box- Clock Version
- End Credits Dreamcast Original Version