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Resident Evil Was Originally Planned To Release For SNES

It's a matter of public record that the Resident Evil series, and even the modern survival horror genre itself according to some, got its start on the Sony PlayStation. Pre-rendered backgrounds, clunky door-opening loading scenes, 3D tank controls, and hilarious voice acting were all staple elements of players' first experiences as a member of the S.T.A.R.S. Alpha team. But what if they we
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