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Biohazard 3: Last Escape Official Guidebook - Fulfillment Of Her Escape

This post is part 2 of 2. This is the tribute/special look section contained within the guide that shows off previous Biohazard title’s protagonists and monsters. Part one is an overview of what the guide has to offer.

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Biohazard 3: Last Escape Official Guidebook - Complete Conquest of Nemesis
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Biohazard 3: Last Escape Official Guidebook - Fulfillment Of Her Escape

This post is part 1 of 2. This guide contains a tribute/special look at the monsters and characters from RE 1 & 2 that will be featured the next post.

Part 2
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Biohazard 3: Last Escape Official Guidebook - Complete Conquest of Nemesis
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Biohazard 2 Official Guide Book

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Biohazard Outbreak Official Guide Book

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Biohazard 2: Dual Shock Ver.

(PS1/JP/August 6, 1998)

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Biohazard

(PS1/JP/March 22, 1996)

The one that started it all…I am now one version of RE1 away from owning a complete Resident Evil /Biohazard ps1 collection x.x

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Biohazard (REmake) Official Navigation Book

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Biohazard 3: Last Escape

(GC/JP/January 23, 2003)

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Biohazard 2: Dual Shock Ver. - Official Guidebook for Arrange Game

I love this guide. Not only is it an RE2 guide but it offers insight from the creators and shows what Horror flicks and movies directly inspired the game. Under the slip cover is a faux RE2 poster that takes inspiration from classic horror movie posters and even sports a ticket stub as well (on the back). The little details. A love letter to horror.

Dear Japanese Fans,
"Biohazard" series is a game based on fear, but there are
many different ways to enjoy this game.
The pleasure of shooting guns, the fun of solving mysteries,
and the elaborated stories and effects.
If you compare it with a car, you can experience the thrill
and the speed, but not only that, the car is fully equipped
with navigation systems, DVD and everything.
I think it's something like that.
I hope all the users out there could find their own way of fun.

Shinji Mikami
1998.9.17

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