Resident Evil - Demo'd on the Sega MegaDrive / Genesis!

If I said to you Resident Evil you'd probably think of the survival horror game first released on the Playstation, created by Shinji Mikami and Tokuro Fujiwara by that famous company Capcom. But I bet you'd never think it would appear on the Sega Megadrive, Genesis as some sort of 16bit isometric cross breed! Well you'll be pleased to know as a recent heads up in our inbox, there's an unofficial demo out there and it's ready for you to experience.

In the first game in the series on the Playstation released in 1996, the game was set in a mansion in the woods in which you had to fight disgusting creatures such as Zombies and even a Dog initially due to the release of the T-virus developed by the Umbrella Corporation. This fan based version released on the Sega Megadrive and Genesis takes you back to the Mansion but this time as a colourful 16bit version, with disgusting creatures intact.

The team behind the game have said work on the game was launched on July 12 this year, and after almost two months, they released this demo for public review, which presents some features of the gameplay with several rooms and even a usable inventory. As for the future of development, they also go on to say based on the engine used in this short demo, they will try to create a fully fledged game!

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