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    Resident Evil: Survivor

    Game » consists of 3 releases. Released Jan 27, 2000

    Resident Evil: Survivor is a first person light-gun shooter developed by Capcom which makes use of the GunCon. The game departs from the traditional third person viewpoint used in past games in the series giving it a more arcade feel. GunCon functionality was removed for all of its Western releases.

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    Overview

    The first of many spin-offs for the Resident Evil franchise, Resident Evil: Survivor is a universally-panned light-gun shooter. It stars Ark Thompson, a detective and friend of Leon S. Kennedy who has lost his memory and must try to reclaim his identity.

    The game is notable in that it lacks any sort of save functionality. Once started, it must then be completed without turning the console off, otherwise the player will have to start again.

    The game is also notable for being a light gun shooter that (in the American version) doesn't support the GunCon. It requires manual aim using the controller to control the game.

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