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Pre-Order Resident Evil Archives: Zero For Only £12.99 (Wii Game)

Emma Kelly
Resident Evil, Survival Horror Games, Wii games

Pre-Order Resident Evil Archives: Zero For Only £12.99 (Wii Game)

HMV.com have a great price on this pre-order copy of Resident Evil Archives: Zero, for the Nintendo Wii. It's only £12.99, and you can put your order in for the game now. Cheapest elsewhere seems to be £17 on Amazon, so it's a great deal from HMV.

The game itself is a remake of the original Resident Evil game, so could be interesting both for die-hard fans, or those new to the game series. I remember playing the first Resident Evil on the Sega Mega Drive (Hmm was it the PS1?) eons ago… it was a great little game at the time. I can see it being a lot more fun on the wii though, with some great wii-motion zombie killing action!
Pre-Order Resident Evil Archives: Zero For Only £12.99 (Wii Game)

The release date on Resident Evil Archives: Zero is the 25th of December 2009, but does that mean it will be available, in people's homes, on Christmas Day?

Thanks to andy4diehard on HUKD.

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Add a comment14 comments
kenny scott  Oct. 21, 2009 at 19:45

there never was a version on the meag drive its a later game starting out on ps1

Chris F  Oct. 21, 2009 at 20:33

I hope those remarks were made in jest, as this isn't a remake of the original, but a remake of the Gamecube exclusive game (which was the 5th released in the series, but a prequel to the first game, hence the Zero tag)

The series also started on the sony PS1, though the first game was released on the Saturn too, which may explain your Sega faux pas.

unless you were taking the mickey of course ;)

Martin Bickley  Oct. 21, 2009 at 20:34

Its also not a remake of the original game.

Emma Kelly  Oct. 21, 2009 at 20:49

Well, I was basing this on the actual description on the HMV page which states:

Experience the beginning of the Resident Evil saga with the remake of the game that started the survival horror genre, Resident Evil.

Seems pretty confusing?

Chris F  Oct. 21, 2009 at 22:34

heh yeah, just a bit. chronologically speaking the events in Zero occurred first, but the actual game was the 5th released (following 1, 2, 3 and Code Veronica)

Still not sure how you played it on a megadrive though ;)

Chris F  Oct. 21, 2009 at 22:36

on looking at the description it seems theyve just lifted the blurb from the wii re-release of the first GC remake, which is a bit lazy and misleading of them to say the least!

Emma Kelly  Oct. 21, 2009 at 23:03

OK ok it ws probably the PS1 ^^ I think we owned a mega drive, but hired a PS1 from xtra vision. Those were the days!

Hmmm  Oct. 22, 2009 at 01:28

I suppose the question must be asked, what the FUCK are you doing working on a games site thingy when you clearly know cock all about games....................... EMMA

Gunn  Oct. 22, 2009 at 08:28

Play nice now

Lee  Oct. 22, 2009 at 09:48

Can I have your job please? It seems i'm more qualified for it =p

Rich  Oct. 22, 2009 at 11:06

To be fair, this is a dreadful article. It says "Click here to order Resident Evil Archives: Zero for £12.99 @ Play.com" when it's a HMV deal. Not to mention the 'Megadrive' nonsense.

John  Oct. 22, 2009 at 12:15

Jeez - Don't have a go, you everything you need to know from the title, as long as that's right, you can figure everything else out yourself.

Rich  Oct. 23, 2009 at 10:27

John, do you think it's acceptable to write articles on subjects you clearly know nothing about, and never proof-read anything - and then expect to receive absolutely no criticism? Or do you only ever read the headlines?

Alan  Oct. 26, 2009 at 03:18


No offence. If you don't know what you first played resident evil on, you really shouldn't be publishing articles on a games blog.

This was a seriously pathetic post. No research. No knowledge to the subject matter to begin with either.

I know you know your stuff around HUKD, but if you want this site to be taken seriously, please stay well clear of it.

This is in your own interest, because it could affect alot of work the owners of these sites might put your way in future.


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